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AggMan Staff - Aug 01, 2011

Strictly Speaking A recent ALJ decision establishes that the Mine Act’s imposition of ‘strict liability’ on operators is not without its ...

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AggMan Staff - Jul 06, 2011

The Unintended Impact of Imminent Danger In today’s enforcement-first environment, no company is immune from imminent danger orders. By Jason P. Webb A ...

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- Jun 01, 2011

Get it in writing Work refusals and temporary reinstatement under the Mine Act. By Page H. Jackson Every supervisor at a mine needs ...

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- May 08, 2011

Looking Back It’s time to set aside hyperbole and focus on whatever drives safety reform. by Mark Savit I am sad to say ...

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- Apr 01, 2011

The Hex Chrom HEX It’s in the news and top-of-mind in many regulatory agencies, so assess your risks related to hexavalent ...

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- Mar 04, 2011

MSHA’s Proposed POV Rule Under proposed guidelines, MSHA would always be right (at least when assessing POV) by R. Brian Hendrix On Feb. ...

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- Feb 01, 2011

Lessons learned from a win Although Miller’s mine safety bill was defeated, the debate will continue with the new Congress. Learn ...

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- Jan 03, 2011

The Only Constant is Change Learn the latest pattern in MSHA’s ever-changing pattern of violations formula. by Mark Savit and Erik Dullea The ...

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- Dec 01, 2010

Expect the unexpected Predictions for the election’s impact on infrastructure policy and safety law. by Greg Louer The 2010 election produced game-changing results ...

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- Nov 01, 2010

Ashes to ashes The EPA’s new air pollution rule may make mines go bust. By Russ Randle The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is ...

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