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2 edition of Reports of HM Inspectors of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act, 1954. found in the catalog.

Reports of HM Inspectors of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act, 1954.

Great Britain. Ministry of Power.

Reports of HM Inspectors of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act, 1954.

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Reports of HM Inspectors of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act, 1954. by Great Britain. Ministry of Power. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Inspectors of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act, Scottish Division Australian/Harvard Citation. Great Britain. Mines and Quarries Inspectorate. & Great Britain. Department of Trade and Industry. & Great Britain. Department of Energy. & Great Britain. Ministry of Power.

Book: Report of H.M. Chief Inspector of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act, for pp pp. Abstract: At coal mines the number of persons killed wascompared with inthe previous lowest : T. Rogers. The Mines and Quarries (Tips) Regulations came into force on 1 October and placed an obligation upon owners to obtain reports on the security of all their refuse tips by 1 October as well as reports relating to proposed new tips.

During sixty-four persons were killed and seriously injured in coal mines compared with 72 and respectively in Mines and Quarries: Reports of Thomas H. Mottram, H.M. Inspector of Mines for the Liverpool and North Wales District (No.

6) to His Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department Under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts, tothe Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts, andand the Quarries Act, for the YearPresented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of His. Report of H.M. Principal Electrical Inspector of Mines / Ministry of Fuel and Power; Report of H.M.

Chief Inspector of Mines under the Coal Mines Act, for the year / Ministry of Fu Reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines and Quarries under the Mines and Quarries Act South Wales Dist Reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines and. Coal Industry Act Financial. Mines and Quarries Act All classes of mines – revision of /5 Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts, Quarries Act, Coal Mines Act.

Broad principles – details in SR&Os. See Sinclair, J. Coal mining law. Coal Industry Act Financial. fire and explosion in mines are: • The Mines and Quarries Actwhich includes provisions that have a bearing on fire and explosion. • The Health and Safety at Work etc Actwhich contains duties relating to safe systems of work and ensuring the health and safety of employees and others who may be affected by a work activity.

In accordance with the direction given by your predecessor under Section of the Mines and Quarries Act,I have held a Public Inquiry into the accident which occurred at Auchengeich Colliery on 18th September,and now have the honour to submit my report.

Shaft inspection Shaft log book PART XVII Dumps Drainage of dumps Dumping over mine areas Appointment of competent person to supervise Abnormalities Dumping rules Notification of dumps Engineer may deem dump to be a classified dump Plans and report Reporting on security T.

Jones, SB, 19pp, Her Majesty's Stationery Office () Reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines and Quarries for under the coal mines act An Act to make fresh provision with respect to the management and control of mines and quarries and for securing the safety, health and welfare of persons employed thereat; to regulate the employment thereat of women and young persons; to require the fencing of abandoned and disused mines and of quarries; and for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid.

The Royal Commission on Mines Safety, The Mines and Quarries Act (i) The Gowers Report and the completion of legislative protection: Agriculture (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act Railways (Prevention of Accidents) Act Offices, Shops and Railway Premises Act Mines and Quarries Act Factories Act 2.

Call: am to pm, Monday to Friday. Use our (01) number to avoid possible additional charges from your mobile operator. Due to the high call volumes we’re currently experiencing, there may be a delay in answering your call.

Part II Management and Control (Mines) Managers and Under-managers 2 Appointment, and general duties and powers, of mine managers (1) Subject to the following provisions of this Act, no mine shall be worked unless there is a sole manager of the mine, being an individual duly appointed and having such qualifications (if any) as are required by or by virtue of the said provisions.

to 82 of the Act apply by virtue of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act (Application outside Great Britain) Order Regulation 2 Interpretation (1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires – “the Act” means the Mines and Quarries Act.

HM Inspectorate of Mines. HM Inspectorate of Mines is responsible for the correct implementation and inspection of safe working procedures within all UK mine workings.

It is based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Offshore Safety Division. The Offshore Safety Division (OSD) was established as a division within HSE in April Prior to the Quarries Actthe only quarries that factory inspectors were responsible for inspecting were quarries using steam power. The introduction of the Quarries Act extended the powers of the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act to give inspectors the power to enforce provisions of notifying accidents, undertake prosecutions and make Special Rules.

Similar analyses are made in the Annual Report of H. Chief Inspector of Mines and Quarries. Dangerous occurrences which include ‘near misses’ are defined in the Factories Act of and in the Mines and Quarries Act ofand must be.

of the Mines and Quarries Act,under Section 83 of the Coal Mines Act,conducted by Sir Henry Walker, then H.M. tor of Mines, and a report Cmd. was published in (5) The colliery is situated in the No. 3 (Central West) Area of the Scottish. H.M.

Inspectors of Mines. Senior District Inspector (In Charge), East Midland Division, North Derbyshire District, Address: Dormy Lodge, Burton Road, Derby Source: List of Mines - Government report from the Mines Department. Presided over by T.A. Rogers, H.M. Chief Inspector of Mines and Quarries and with representation from (among others) the N.C.B.

and N.U.M., the Inquiry’s brief summation was that the fatal explosion was caused by a spark being generated from a falling rock. Cardiff Central Reference Library - to with gaps; (Mines & Quarries) - Reports to Manchester Central Reference Library - extent not known (PFM2) National Coal Mining Museum for England,present NEIMME (Newcastle),Mines and minerals: annual general report.

Change to be communicated to the Chief Inspector. - It shall be the duty of the occupier to notify to the Chief Inspector, on a prescribed form any change in respect of any information contained in his statement under sub-section (1) of section 5 within [thirty days after the change has taken place.] The Chief Inspector shall on the receipt of such notice and the prescribed fee and on being.

H.M. Inspectors of Mines. Senior District Inspector, Scottish Division, Divisonal Headquarters, Address: 6, Upper Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, 3 Source: List of Mines - Government report from the Mines. LOFTHOUSE. Wakefield, Yorkshire.

21st. March, The Lofthouse Colliery was in the North Area of the National Coal Board and was about 2 miles to the north of Wakefield on the western fringe of the workable coalfield.

Production began at the colliery in and at the time of the accident the colliery prod tons of saleable coal per week and employed men below ground and The Secretary shall require operators of mines which are subject to this Act to submit, at least annually and at such other times as he deems necessary, and in such form as he may prescribe, reports of accidents, injuries, and occupational diseases, and related data, and the Secretary shall compile, analyze, and publish, either in summary or.

The inspector may require additional tests. Any tip which may cause a hazard may be classified under these regulations, even though it is not covered by the Mines and Quarries Act.

The tip supervisor must make weekly inspections of active tips and file a report with authorities. Mines Quarries Works And Machinery Act Of. Mines And Quarries Act Yemen. An Act to provide for the safety health and welfare of persons engaged in prospection mining and quarrying operations including any works which are part of and ancillary to mining and quarrying operations and to make provision with respect to the inspection and regulation of mines quarries works and of machinery.

Such quarries are instead required to comply with the code of practice. The code does not apply to quarries that are less than one hectare in area and less than two metres in depth.

These quarries are exempt from regulation under the MRSD Act. Rehabilitation plans must take into account a number of factors listed in section 79 of the MRSD Act.

Queensland MINES REGULATION ACT Reprinted as in force on 21 March (includes amendments up to Act No. 75 of ) Reprint No.

1A This reprint is prepared by. D/5 The Colliery Official’s Handbook to the Mines and Quarries Act, Published by the National Coal Board, D/6 Explosion at Six Bells Colliery, Monmouthshire: Report on the causes of, and circumstances attending, the explosion which occurred at Six Bells Colliery, Monmouthshire, on 28th June,T.A.

Rogers, H.M. under the [email protected] Act but these are done by HMRI and not HSE, in the same way that mines and quarries are policed by HM Inspectorate of Mines The coal industry in the; In the owners of mines were required by law to keep records of their operations and submit these to the HM Inspectorate of Mines.

One of the electrical staff at my first pit was a Contracting Electrician, had his C&G papers, but the NCB didn't recognize the qualifications, mainly because of the Mines and Quarries Act.

He was sent to the MQB for an oral exam, failed on one point, but later passed the exam. Until he did, the Manager couldn't authorize him as an electrician.

(d) if the licence is a mining licence or prospecting licence, in relation to the mining activities proposed to be carried out under the licence, a plan for consulting with the community prepared in accordance with the regulations and any guidelines issued by the Minister relating to such plans (a community engagement plan).

As a result, the Mines and Quarries (Tips) Act provided guidance for the stability of tips, and the Mines and Quarries (Tips) Regulations gave detail on construction and inspection. After the Act, the word ‘tip’ was introduced into the amended Mines and Quarries Act 1 In percent.

Based on these data, percent of the mines for these 16 occupations had an average full-shift exposure of less than mg/m 3, 19 percent were between and mg/m 3, 11 percent were between and mg/m 3, and 30 percent were greater than mg/m 3.

The significance of these results is that 40 percent of the mines for the specified occupations had an average full. Quarries: List of Quarries (Under the Quarries ACT, ) in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Isle of Man.

Prepared by His Majesty’s Inspectors of Mines, This book is available on Google Books & the Hathi Trust Digital Library. Great Britain, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Quarry Managers Inspection Obligations quarry managers inspection obligations. SafetyMineral Resources Authority.

Management where mine worked by contractor or an Act to provide for the regulation and inspection of mines and works, and for relatedDirective Principles and the Basic Socialget price.

Annual reports of HM Chief Inspectors of Mines and Quarries, HMSO London UK Google Scholar Annual Report of the Health and Safety Commission for –8 HSE Books Sudbury CO10 6FS UK BBC (), Radio 4 News 10 July Google Scholar.

"The Act was an extension of the earlier Mines and Quarries Actwhich did not legislate over tips." {{sfn|"Legislation & Policy: Mine Waste", British Geological Survey}} which makes it hard to see what part of the duty given to them by Parliament the inspectorate failed in.

and then goes on to say.Annotations on the maps show sources of information, such as published reports, articles, and previous surveys, as well as names and owners of mines, quarries, brickyards, and sand and gravel pits.

Other records documenting the Survey's role in NENYIAC include agendas, correspondence, membership lists, minutes, and reports, Finding Aids.Fox was joined by I.L.

Davies, H.M. Inspector of Mines and Quarries and J, Gibb the production manager who had been alerted by telephone through the emergency scheme. shortly after 10 p.m. It was found possible to get to the top of the fall from the bottom .