MSHA offers $500,000 in safety grants

Kerry Clines

July 1, 2009

The Mine Safety and Health Administration is offering $500,000 in grant money for mining operations — surface and underground that produce coal, metal, and minerals — to develop training and training materials for emergency preparedness and haulage safety. According to the Charleston Daily Mail, the agency says it may award 10 separate grants worth at least $50,000 apiece. Grant applications are available at and are due July 31.

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