recovery operations begin at w.va. mine april 10 2010 / 2:35 pm / cbs/ap mine crews have started the solemn task of bringing the victims of this week's underground coal mine explosion to the surface.
j. davitt mcateer and his independent team of investigators have done more than pin the blame on massey energy for the upper big branch coal-mine explosion that killed 29 workers last year. the
matt beaver and other miners describe their difficult working conditions and how they hope president donald trump can save their struggling industry. digging for hope: inside an ohio coal mine
coal mining is further divided into bituminous coal underground mining bituminous coal and lignite surface mining and anthracite mining. bituminous coal underground mining employs slightly more than half of all coal mining industry workers but experiences a higher share of occupational injuries illnesses and fatalities. the rate of fatal
coal mining - coal mining - underground mining: in underground coal mining the working environment is completely enclosed by the geologic medium which consists of the coal seam and the overlying and underlying strata. access to the coal seam is gained by suitable openings from the surface and a network of roadways driven in the seam then facilitates the installation of service facilities
china mine explosion leaves 11 trapped underground has trapped 11 chinese coal miners underground would shut down more than 1000 underperforming mines though hundreds of new coal plants
beijing-- a gas explosion at a coal mine in northwest china on tuesday killed nine people and left 11 others trapped underground china’s state broadcaster reported. the explosion happened
conditions in the mines. conditions for those who worked in the coal mines of britain was probably as bad as although different from the conditions of those who worked in the cotton mills. miners had to work long hours in the dark and wet with a number of hazards to deal with which were not to be found in many other work-places. these included
problem in underground coal mines. mining personnel have to cope with constantly changing geologic conditions every day. a cut of coal taken from the mining face opens up new territory and potentially new hazards. therefore it’s important to understand that every coal mine has a unique set of conditions.