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  • CDC Mining Data Statistics NIOSH

    The NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts are interactive graphs, maps, and tables for the US mining industry that show data over multiple or single years Users can select a variety of breakdowns for statistics, including number of active mines in each sector by year; number of employees and employee hours worked by sector; fatal and nonfatal injury counts and rates by sector and accident class

  • Active mining operations, 2019 NIOSH CDC

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC twenty four seven Saving Lives, Protecting People NIOSH Mining CDC; NIOSH; Mining; Data Statistics; NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts; Active mining operations, 2019 Keywords: Mine operators Coal operator (n=1,134) Metal operator (n=287) Nonmetal operator (n=920) Stone operator (n=4,338) Sand Gravel operator

  • CDC Mining Coal Operator Mining Facts 2008 NIOSH

    Mining Operations: In 2008, a total of 2,129 coal mining operations reported employment to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Coal mines comprised 143% of all mining operations 1 Bituminous mines comprised 925% (n=1,970) and anthracite mines 75% (n=159) of coal mining operations 2 Approximately 73% of all coal mines were located in three states: Kentucky (n=656;

  • CDC Mining Coal Operator Mining Facts 2006 NIOSH

    This 2006 mining fact sheet covers statistics of general interest relating to surface and underground coal mining operations, workers, fatalities, nonfatal losttime injuries, and occupational illness

  • CDC Mining Coal Operator Mining Facts 2001 NIOSH

    Pittsburgh, PA, NIOSH Publication No 2003129, 2003 Apr; :12 In 2001, a total of 2,144 coal mining operations reported employment to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Coal mines comprised 147% of all mining operations Bituminous mines comprised 920% (n=1,972) and anthracite mines 80% (n=172) of coal mining operations

  • CDC Mining Mining Facts 2015 NIOSH

    Mining OperationsEmployeesOccupational FatalitiesNonfatal LostTime InjuriesIndependent Contracting Companies In 2015, a total of 13,294 mining operations reported employment to MSHAActive mining operations were distributed among the coal (n=1,460; 110%), metal and nonmetal (n=1,239; 93%), and stone and sand gravel (n=10,595; 797%) industry sectorsThe majority of the active mining operations were classified as surface (n=12,637; 951%) Underground mines accounted for the remainder of operations (n=657; 49%) In 2015, a total of 13,294 mining operations reported employment to MSHAActive mining operations were distributed among the coal (n=1,460; 110%), metal and nonmetal (n=1,239; 93%), and stone and sand gravel (n=10,595; 797%) industry sectorsThe majority of the active mining operations were classified as surface (n=12,637; 951%) Underground mines accounted for the remainder of operations (n=657; 49%)Nearly half of the mining operations produced the primary commodity of sand gravel (446%), followed by crushed and broken limestone (143%), and bituminous coal (100%)展开选择时,新内容将添加到焦点当前区域上方在cdcgov上查看更多信息
  • CDC NIOSH Mining

    COVID19 CDCdeveloped resources for mine workers to prevent the spread of COVID19 50 Years The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health turns 50 this year App Download the updated ErgoMine mobile app New in 20 are MSD risk factor evaluation forms, stair, ladder, and walkway checklists, and a fix list manager Respirator RFI

  • Active mining operations, 2019 NIOSH CDC

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  • Coal operator mining facts Centers for Disease Control

    Coal mines comprised 142% of all mining operations Bituminous mines comprised 925% (n=1,955) and anthracite mines 75% (n=158) of coal mining operations Approximately 710% of all coal mines were located in three states: Kentucky (292%), West Virginia (218%), and Pennsylvania (203%) Employees: A total of 85,693 employees, corresponding to 94,495 fulltime equivalent (FTE)

  • Underground And Surface Mining Facts 2006

    Coal operators were the mining sector 5 reporting the most underground worker employee hours to MSHA (n=85,195,306; 760%) Fatalities Of the 73 occupational mining fatalities reported to MSHA in 2006, 37 occurred at underground work locations, while 36 occurred at surface locations • The fatality rate of 660 per 100,000 FTE employees was higher at underground work locations, compared to

  • Occupational mining fatalities, 2019 NIOSH CDC

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC twenty four seven Saving Lives, Protecting People NIOSH Mining CDC; NIOSH; Mining; Data Statistics; NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts; Occupational mining fatalities, 2019 Keywords: Fatalities Coal operator (n=10) Metal operator (n=1) Nonmetal operator (n=1) Stone operator (n=4) Sand Gravel operator (n=2) Coal contractor (n=2)

  • Occupational mining fatalities, 2019 NIOSH CDC

    Metal operator Nonmetal operator Stone operator Sand gravel operator Coal contractor Noncoal contractor Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Mining

  • Number of employee hours reported by mine operators

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC twenty four seven Saving Lives, Protecting People NIOSH Mining CDC; NIOSH; Mining; Data Statistics; NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts; Number of employee hours reported by mine operators and independent contractors by sector and year, 1983 2019 Keywords: Mining workforce Click on legend to hide series Number of employee

  • Mine operator and independent contractor employees

    Links with this icon indicate that you are leaving the CDC website The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot attest to the accuracy of a nonfederal website Linking to a nonfederal website does not constitute an endorsement by CDC or any of its employees of the sponsors or the information and products presented on the website

  • Coal operator mining facts Centers for Disease Control

    Coal mines comprised 142% of all mining operations Bituminous mines comprised 925% (n=1,955) and anthracite mines 75% (n=158) of coal mining operations Approximately 710% of all coal mines were located in three states: Kentucky (292%), West Virginia (218%), and Pennsylvania (203%) Employees: A total of 85,693 employees, corresponding to 94,495 fulltime equivalent (FTE)

  • Coal operator mining facts Centers for Disease Control

    Mining Operations: In 2005, a total of 2,063 coal mining operations reported employment to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Coal mines comprised 141% of all mining operations Bituminous mines comprised 926% (n=1,911) and anthracite mines 74% (n=152) of coal mining operations Approximately 70% of all coal mines were located in three states: Kentucky (280%),

  • NIOSH Research for Monitoring and stackscdcgov

    NIOSH Research for Monitoring and Controlling Methane at US Underground Coal Mining Operations GVR Goodman, CÖ Karacan, SJ Schatzel, RB Krog, CD Taylor, ED Thimons National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Pittsburgh Research Laboratory, Pittsburgh, PA, USA ABSTRACT: NIOSH research has focused on the monitoring and the control of methane levels

  • Coal operator mining facts Centers for Disease Control

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  • Improving Occupational Safety and Health in the CDC

    31/05/2018  The mining industry includes coal mining, metal ore mining, and nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying In 2015, the US mining sector employed approximately 349,000 workers Miners face risks that include falling materials, entanglements with conveyor systems, struckby incidents, explosions, fires, powered haulage, overexertion and related musculoskeletal disorders, electrical

  • Underground and surface mining facts 2007

    "Mining Operations: Data obtained from the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) indicated a total of 889 underground (60%) and 13,982 surface (940%) mining operations Employees: A total of 55,617 employees, or 57,222 fulltime equivalent (FTE) employees, were reported to MSHA as working at underground mining locations in 2007 This is in contrast to 322,506 employees (or 279,541 FTE

  • Coal operator mining facts Centers for Disease Control

    Mining Operations: In 2005, a total of 2,063 coal mining operations reported employment to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Coal mines comprised 141% of all mining operations Bituminous mines comprised 926% (n=1,911) and anthracite mines 74% (n=152) of coal mining operations Approximately 70% of all coal mines were located in three states: Kentucky (280%),

  • NIOSH Research for Monitoring and stackscdcgov

    NIOSH Research for Monitoring and Controlling Methane at US Underground Coal Mining Operations GVR Goodman, CÖ Karacan, SJ Schatzel, RB Krog, CD Taylor, ED Thimons National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Pittsburgh Research Laboratory, Pittsburgh, PA, USA ABSTRACT: NIOSH research has focused on the monitoring and the control of methane levels

  • Improving Occupational Safety and Health in the CDC

    31/05/2018  The mining industry includes coal mining, metal ore mining, and nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying In 2015, the US mining sector employed approximately 349,000 workers Miners face risks that include falling materials, entanglements with conveyor systems, struckby incidents, explosions, fires, powered haulage, overexertion and related musculoskeletal disorders, electrical

  • Mining Blogs CDC

    08/04/2021  Until recently, underground coal miners and mine operators had little way of knowing—in real time—if miners were being exposed to hazardous levels of respirable coal dust during their shifts NIOSH collaborated with an instrument manufacturer, government partners, labor representatives, and coal industry leaders to develop the continuous personal dust monitor (CPDM), a technology that

  • Taking it to the Streets and the Mines Blogs CDC

    08/04/2021  Further information can be found in our program fact sheet or by calling us at 18884804042 In addition to the program offering easy access for coal miners to health screenings, it also allows researchers to identify trends in disease across the nation, by occupation, and across time CWHSP has played a major role in tracking the burden of

  • Faces of Black Lung Blogs CDC

    18/08/2008  Coal operators are required under the law to adhere to the dust standards Today’s mining industry has the necessary tools to control each miner’s exposure to respirable dust and silica The industry and the miners must both ensure that control measures are conscientiously applied and dust levels accurately monitored In addition, miners

  • WorkRelated Lung Disease (WoRLD) Surveillance

    Coal Workers' Xray Surveillance Program, NIOSH The Coal Workers' Xray Surveillance Program (CWXSP) is a NIOSHadministered occupational health program mandated by the Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969 The primary objective of the CWXSP is to screen miners for coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP) Since 1970, coal mine operators have

  • Best practices for dust control in coal mining

    Recent xray surveillance data for 20002006 show an increase in CWP cases Nearly 8% of examined underground coal miners with 25 or more years of experience were diagnosed with CWP 4 "Continuous miner operator" is the most frequently listed occupation on death certificates that record silicosis as the cause of death In light of the ongoing severity of these lung diseases in coal mining

  • WorkRelated Lung Disease (WoRLD) Surveillance

    The data consist of respirable coal mine dust measurements collected by MSHA inspectors and mine operators at surface and underground coal mines and facilities since 1970 Each record includes sample date, duration, and airborne concentration, as well as occupation and the mine or facility at which the sample was obtained NIOSH receives the data yearly from MSHA's Laboratory Information

  • WorkRelated Lung Disease (WoRLD) Surveillance Report

    Data from MSHA indicate that from 1979 to 1999 respirable quartz exposure levels have remained relatively constant in the coal mining industry Levels in the metal mining and nonmetallic mining and quarrying industries appear to have declined from 1979 to 1987, increased substantially in 1988 when MSHA implemented a different quartz analytical standard, declined from 1989 to 1995 and increased

  • NIOSH Research for Monitoring and stackscdcgov

    NIOSH Research for Monitoring and Controlling Methane at US Underground Coal Mining Operations GVR Goodman, CÖ Karacan, SJ Schatzel, RB Krog, CD Taylor, ED Thimons National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Pittsburgh Research Laboratory, Pittsburgh, PA, USA ABSTRACT: NIOSH research has focused on the monitoring and the control of methane levels

  • Improving Occupational Safety and Health in the CDC

    31/05/2018  The mining industry includes coal mining, metal ore mining, and nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying In 2015, the US mining sector employed approximately 349,000 workers Miners face risks that include falling materials, entanglements with conveyor systems, struckby incidents, explosions, fires, powered haulage, overexertion and related musculoskeletal disorders, electrical

  • CDC Coal Workers' Health Surveillance Program

    NIOSH, Enhanced Coal Workers's Health Surveillance Program, Data Query System, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health As the nation's health protection agency, CDC saves lives and protects people from health, safety, and security threats Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to AZ link Skip directly to AZ link Skip directly to AZ link

  • Taking it to the Streets and the Mines Blogs CDC

    08/04/2021  Further information can be found in our program fact sheet or by calling us at 18884804042 In addition to the program offering easy access for coal miners to health screenings, it also allows researchers to identify trends in disease across the nation, by occupation, and across time CWHSP has played a major role in tracking the burden of

  • CDC Plans Data Collection on Underground Mining

    18/01/2017  NIOSH announced in a Jan 17 Federal Register notice that it plans an information collection project, "Assessment of the Market for Electronic Technology for Underground Coal Mining

  • WorkRelated Lung Disease (WoRLD) Surveillance

    The data consist of respirable coal mine dust measurements collected by MSHA inspectors and mine operators at surface and underground coal mines and facilities since 1970 Each record includes sample date, duration, and airborne concentration, as well as occupation and the mine or facility at which the sample was obtained NIOSH receives the data yearly from MSHA's Laboratory Information

  • WorkRelated Lung Disease (WoRLD) Surveillance

    They were calculated using the method described by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) (MMWR December 19 with the miners stratified by their underground coal mining tenure at the time of the examination Tenure calculations were based upon the work histories reported by each miner at the time of the examination For miners with more than one radiograph during a fiveyear period, only the

  • NIOSH Seeks Data on Automation Used in Mining

    19/03/2019  They are to be identified by CDC20190016 and NIOSH325 and may be submitted via regulationsgov olr be mail to National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, NIOSH

  • Specifications for Medical Examinations of Coal Miners

    24/10/2016  (1) NIOSH will notify the operator of each coal mine of a period within which the operator may provide examinations to each miner employed at its coal mine The period must begin no sooner than 35 years and end no later than 45 years subsequent to the ending date of the previous 6month period specified for a coal mine either by the operator on an approved plan or by NIOSH if the operator

  • Best Practices For Dust Control In Coal Mining

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Information Circular 9517 AB36COMM72 Best Practices for Dust Control in Coal Mining By Jay F Colinet, James P Rider, Jeffrey M Listak, John A Organiscak, and Anita L Wolfe DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Institute