MSHA


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AcronymDefinition
MSHAMaster of Science in Health Administration
MSHAMine Safety and Health Administration
MSHAMine Safety and Health Administration (US DOL; est. 1978)
MSHAMountain States Health Alliance
MSHAMaison des Sciences de l'Homme d'Aquitaine (French)
MSHAMaryland State Highway Administration
MSHAMaine State Housing Authority
MSHAMine Safety and Health Act of 1969
MSHAMichigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association
MSHAMissouri Speech Language Hearing Association
MSHAMississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association
MSHAMannose-Sensitive Hemagglutinin
MSHAMaine Speech Language Hearing Association
MSHAManitoba Speech & Hearing Association (Canada)
MSHAMinnesota Saddlebred Horse Association
MSHAManitoba Study of Health and Aging
MSHAMichigan School Health Association
MSHAMining Safety and Health Act of 1977
MSHAMinnesota State Handball Association
MSHAMontana State Houndsmen Association
MSHAMissouri State Handball Association
MSHAMidwest State Highway Agency
MSHAMidnight Sun Hockey Association (Alaska, USA)
MSHAMichigan Society of Hospital Attorneys
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The MDRS offers a variety of tools to help operators monitor their compliance with MSHA regulations.
The problem is even more acute with respect to MSHA's procedure to determine whether equipment is permissible or not.
This new system will let MSHA focus its attention on those mines that are putting miners at greatest risk."
Ten days later, two mine employees and an MSHA inspector died in another coal outburst that occurred during rescue efforts.
The effectiveness of MSHA's process for approving underground coal mines' emergency response plans was hampered by several factors, including revisions and delays by MSHA in developing guidance for mine operators on the required components of the plans and the lack of specificity of its guidance, which delayed approval of the plans.
Cass Ballenger (R-N.C.)--a longtime ally of the industry--proposed not only to cut back the inspections, but to eliminate MSHA and fold its enforcement functions into the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Labor Department arm that polices most of the nation's workplaces.
Stormwater BMPs are not only an integral asset of MSHA's infrastructure, but are also critical elements of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4) .
According to MSHA accident reports, 12 of the deaths occurred in coal mines (which account for 44 percent of the industry's deaths but only 24 percent of the nation's miners and 9 percent of the nation's mines).
We can all agree that much can and should be done to improve MSHA's performance.
Department of Health and Human Services' National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and other stakeholders to assist MSHA in developing the framework for a study to assess the health effects of the dust rule.
MSHA should show that safety and health are its No.
Not only are MSHA officials feeling guilty, so are members of Congress.