MSHA suspends web services during government shutdown

| Published on October 3, 2013

MSHA LogoThe Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) announced Tuesday that it is suspending its website services due to the federal government shutdown that began October 1.

The shutdown has furloughed 800,000 federal employees, according to an ABC News report, and has resulted in the suspension of many non-essential government operations.

Although the administration’s website will not be updated, MSHA is keeping its emergency services available. MSHA noted that workers with emergencies and hazard complaints can call 1-800-746-1553.

Additionally, MSHA noted site visitors can call certain district offices during normal business, including these metal/nonmetal district offices:

  • Screen Shot 2013-10-03 at 3.38.34 PMNorth Central District

  • Northeastern District

  • Southeastern District

  • South Central District

  • Western District

  • Rocky Mountain District.

For more details, view the suspension notice at msha.gov.

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