They must have a lot of faith that Trump will keep miners safe.
Michael "Flip" Wilson stopped working as a miner more than a year ago. Then the hard work began.
"During his tenure, he filled the agency’s top jobs with former industry colleagues, dropped more than a dozen safety proposals
As it grapples with a resurgence of black lung in many areas, the Labor Department recently announced it is updating and
The Labor Department has filed an application to the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission to have Coots put back
"Closing the loopholes will have an immediate impact," he said. After years of steady decline, many pockets of Appalachia
Young told management it was the company's job to make the worksite "as safe as possible." He also signed paperwork designating
The worker who died at a surface mine in Wyoming has not been named. WASHINGTON -- Just as the federal agency that oversees
We must keep pressing forward with the legacy of the Mine Safety and Health Act. It is far too important, and too many lives are at stake, to give up now.
Read the AFL-CIO's full report: Death on the Job 2012 "There's a real impact on workers if we don’t promulgate rules like
As Upper Big Branch recedes further, reform advocates say it's doubtful they'll eventually overcome both a powerful lobby