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MSHAMaster of Science in Health Administration
MSHAMine Safety and Health Administration (US DOL; est. 1978)
MSHAMine Safety and Health Administration
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
MSHAMissouri State Handball Association
MSHAMontana State Houndsmen Association
MSHAMidnight Sun Hockey Association (Alaska, USA)
MSHAMidwest State Highway Agency
MSHAMichigan Society of Hospital Attorneys
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After graduation, McAteer worked with the consumer activist Ralph Nader on workplace-safety reforms and was running a small public-interest law firm, the Occupational Safety and Health Law Center, when Clinton selected him to head the Mine Safety and Health Administration. At his swearing-in ceremony in 1994, McAteer acknowledged the difficulty of keeping miners out of harm's way.
The new survey will include industry sectors covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Mine Safety and Health Administration. (For example, worker exposure to cellulose insulation and to asphalt fumes are two areas already under evaluation in an interagency collaboration between NIOSH and the NIEHS.) With input from the NIEHS and other federal agencies, the survey will build upon NIOSH projects such as the National Occupational Exposure Survey and the National Occupational Health Survey of Mining to develop an occupational exposure database.
Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) renewed for another three years an ongoing alliance aimed at fostering safer and more healthful working conditions in the cement industry.
"In all, the Bush administration abandoned or delayed implementation of 18 proposed safety rules that were in the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration's regulatory pipeline," reports Joby Warick of The Washington Post.
3 in which three miners lost their lives in separate incidents in Nevada, North Dakota and Virginia, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) is stepping up enforcement efforts and intensifying outreach and education nationwide.