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1 Mining MSHA – What Is Unwarrantable Failure? | Fisher Phillips
2 Mining MSHA
3 Miner Shouldn't Lose Pay Because of Covid-19 Canceled Hearing
4 Examining the refined test for 'S&S' violations
5 Mining MSHA
6 Daily Labor Report®
7 Mine review commission extends suspension of in-person hearings
8 Mining MSHA – Understanding The Contest Process | Fisher Phillips
9 The latest on MSHA's agenda
10 IDACORP, Inc. 10-Q Jul. 30, 2020 7:54 AM
11 Nominees For Safety Agencies OSHA And FMSHRC Sent Back To The Senate. Will They Pass (And When)?
12 FMSHRC Loses Quorum to Hear Mine Safety Appeals
13 Fine upheld for failing to notify feds of mining incident
14 Best practices for when MSHA requests documents
15 OSHRC And FMSHRC – One Commission Gets A Quorum, The Other Loses It
16 Trump talks oil in Texas as pandemic, recession rage
17 Black Hills Corp (BKH) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
18 FMSHRC Reverses Judge's Interpretation of MSHA Suspended Loads Standard, But Upholds Citation
19 Edited Transcript of BKH.N earnings conference call or presentation 4-Aug-20 3:00pm GMT
20 LOOKING BACK | This week in West Alabama History: August 3, 2020
21 Mine Workers Sue Federal Regulators Over Controversial Mine Safety Decision
22 Third Circuit Critical of Delayed Report on Injured Coal Miner
23 Remarks by President Trump on the Rebuilding of America's Infrastructure: Faster, Better, Stronger | Atlanta, GA
24 Less-Lethal Weapons Blind, Maim and Kill. Victims Say Enough Is Enough.
25 N. Idaho drilling company fined in Washington has history of safety violations
26 Beacon Hill Roll Call: July 20 to July 24, 2020
27 MSHA Tests Citation Negotiating Program
28 MSHA and OSHA Decisions May Be Overturned
29 Tampa Bay candidates respond to Times editorial board recommendations
30 Video, updates: Justice and Salango with back-to-back briefings
31 Video, updates: Justice plans briefings on economic situation and coronavirus response
32 Murray Energy Subsidiaries Drop Suit Over Safety Incentives
33 Penalties for mine's interference with safety reports upheld
34 In Mine Safety, a Meek Watchdog
35 Beacon Hill Roll Call regular weekly report
36 Keeping up the climate fight from a distance
37 Election 2020: Candidates for Ingham County Board of Commissioners
38 The Miners Who Fought for Workplace Safety Have a Thing or Two to Teach OSHA Right Now
39 MSHA Jurisdiction: Where Does It Begin and End?
40 Guest view: It's time for a change
41 Finding Bipartisan Opportunities in House Democrats’ Climate Plan
42 MSHA Rules to Live By
43 Gas, coal defend FERC's price floor order
44 Lawsuit challenges MSHA's removal of mine's POV status
45 MSHA Tests New Informal Conference Process for Citations
46 Trump floats November election delay – but he can’t do that
47 OSHA Construction Fall Standard Forces the OSH Review to Clarify
48 OSHA Warns Fines Must Be Paid or You (Individually) May Face
49 Meeting place, time are commission topics
50 Trump nominee to oversee mine safety cases is lawyer who defended coal companies
51 Vista Gold Corp. 10-Q Jul. 29, 2020 4:49 PM
52 Mine Workers Sue Federal Regulators Over Mine With Poor Safety Record
53 CINER RESOURCES LP : Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (form 10-Q)
54 Election Connection: Camden County Sheriff
55 Abating the Abatement Process of MSHA Enforcement Actions
56 New Executive Order Directs Agencies to Employ Emergency Authority to Expedite Infrastructure and Other Civil Projects
57 Beyond the Byline: Long live The Goons at Noon
58 Under Trump, Repeat Mine Safety Violators Have Less To Fear
59 Scott Mugno's nomination to lead OSHA gets Senate committee approval for a third time
60 Sims Crane Appeals MSHA Decision Redefining “Load”
61 MSHA
62 A little good news
63 Private nursing homes become the centre of Victorian COVID outbreak
64 How a CDC Program Is Changing Behavior to Reduce Mine Worker Injuries
65 Nominations Sent to the Senate
66 GUEST COLUMN: Coal mining is essential, but miners should not face risk of COVID-19
67 Coronavirus and US Safety and Health Law for Employers
68 Murray Energy Loses Appeal Over Miner Intimidation Case
69 McKay named BTDHD head
70 Floodwall project ahead of schedule
71 Review Commission Reinstates Fines for Sago Mine Operator
72 FEDERAL AGENCIES: In-house judges stumble after Supreme Court ruling
73 Mining Company Sues Worker Who Reported Safety Concerns
74 First-step analysis: mining in USA
75 Donations sought for Conyngham family who lost home to fire
76 Coeur Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results
77 Elevated Fine Lacks Justification, Mine Safety Agency Attorney Concedes | The National Law Review
78 Preserve integrity of electoral process
79 New York puts in place ambitious climate plan
80 New & Improved Mine Data Retrieval System Launched by MSHA
81 Employer Responsibility for Employee Safety Working from Home
82 Saint Vincent Homecoming alumni honorees include Westmoreland pair
83 How to Rack Up 557 Safety Violations and Not Get Shut Down
84 Millions of Essential Workers Are Being Left Out of COVID-19 Workplace Safety Protections, Thanks to OSHA
85 While 'zombie' mines idle, cleanup and workers suffer in limbo
86 MSHA’s Revisions to Workplace Examination Rule Rejected
87 AFL-CIO settles on NLRB pick
88 MSHA Effective Date for Workplace Exam Rule Revisions
89 Mining Industry Coalition Opposes Proposed Civil Penalty Rule Changes under Mine Act | The National Law Review
90 Report: Climate change will light money on fire
91 JOEVA ROCK & RACHEL SCHURMAN
92 Federal Agencies Have Spent Millions on KN95 Masks, Often Without Knowing Who Made Them
93 EEOC, NLRB, OSHA and COVID-19 Update
94 Erin Beatty Joins U of A Office of General Counsel
95 Defense Contractor SAIC Failed to Prevent Sea Lion Trainer's Death
96 OSHA: Imported Certified N95s from Certain Countries Permitted
97 Why Trump's Orders On Agency Guidance Are Significant
98 OSHA Updated COVID-19 Guidance for Construction Employers
99 Upper Big Branch mine explosion and the federal response
100 Safety Agencies’ FY 2018 Budgets Survive Despite Significant Labor Department Budget Cuts