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Seventy-Two Fatalities Have Occurred at Coal and Metal/Nonmetal Mining Operations Since January 2001; Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association Bulletin February/March 2002
  • Published Date:
    1/1/2002
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  • Description:
    This article updates the status of fatalities occurring in both coal and metal/nonmetal mines from January through December of 2001. Based on preliminary accident reports, as of December 31, 2001, seventy-two fatalities have occurred at coal and metal/ nonmetal mining operations. During this period, forty-two fatalities occurred at coal operations and thirty fatalities occurred at metal/nonmetal operations. Ignition or explosion of gas or dust and fall of roof were the most frequent accident classifications in coal and powered haulage fatalities were the most frequent accident classification in metal/nonmetal.

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