Tables for Falls of Roof, Face, Or Rib Fatalities in Underground Coal Mines
U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Directorate of Technical Support, Denver Safety and Health Technology Center, Division of Mining Information Systems, 1989 - Coal mine accidents
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1994 Total Percent 25 feet Abandoned Activity Area blasting CN CN Coal fatal accidents COAL MINES continuous mining conventional support system Distance Employment Information examination excluding continuous miner experience of victim Failure to follow fallen rock 1989 falls of roof fatalities from falls final hours before accident INCLUDES PRESSURE BUMPS industry Injury and Employment Kind of support Less Loading machine Mining Experience 1989 Mining method mining operations minutes Month Moving multiple Number of deaths Number of fatal Number of Mines Occupation occurred Office of Injury operator/helper Pennsylvania Percent of total period permanent support Preparation present Primary causes Producing Program pull Rib or face roof bolting roof fall Safety and Health Setting shown specified Square Supervisor Table temporary support Thickness TOTAL 19 Total Percent 0-1 Total Percent Inches type intersection Type of mining underground fatalities Undetermined Unknown