The Mine Inspector and Mine Safety

CIM Bulletin1930
IN any discussion on the subject of mine-safety, it is well to honestly face the fact at the outset that mining is a hazardous occupation and that certain inherent dangers attach to the work, which, in spite of the greatest vigilance on the part of everyone concerned, will from time to time exact their toll of in jury or death from the underground worker.
Keywords: Accidents, Mine, mine fire, Ontario, silicosis, tuberculosis, Mines, Ontario, Operation, Regulations, Rope, Ropes, Safety
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