Economie Safety

CIM Bulletin1938
WITH the great increase in the use of power-driven machinery in industry, and consequent large-scale operations, the hazards to which workmen are exposed have become much more numerous than at the beginning of the century. This is especially noticeable in mining. In the past thirty years or so, improvements in methods of excavation and metallurgy have made possible the exploitation of deposits which would have failed to make ore in previous years.
Keywords: Accidents, fifteen percent, Ontario Department of Mines, Ontario Mining Association, safety, Western Ontario, Mine, Mines, mining, Ontario, Operation, Safety, Underground
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