mine foreman

mine foreman

[′mīn ′fȯr·mən]
(mining engineering)
The worker charged with the general supervision of the underground workings of a mine and the persons employed therein.
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The mine foreman and face boss were present and knew about the conditions.
A former mine foreman in Bell County, Kentucky, has pleaded guilty to violating federal mine safety regulations that contributed to an October 2014 worker death.
This may or may not be a member of mine management, and MSHA does not require that a competent person be a superintendent or a mine foreman.
Stories and folklore from the African oral tradition will be performed by Andre Keitt in Keys to the Keepers, and Kelvin Todd will tell the story of Guy Scott, a 19th-century African-American mine foreman in Sturbridge.
25 "due to the lapses in judgment of the company mine foreman who was tasked to drain water from silt pond no.
He worked in a mine to feed his family and cut his political teeth in the labour movement as a mine foreman.
Family members say a mine foreman has told them that a dozen men have survived.
At least two family members in the church said they received cell phone calls from a mine foreman.
At least two family members in the church said they received mobile phone calls from a mine foreman.
Earlier there had been hugs and tears among the crowd outside the church near the mine, about 100 miles north east of Charleston A relative at the church said a mine foreman called relatives there, saying the miners had been found.
The mine was inactive for a few years following the war, but in 1949 Montgomery's old mine foreman, Flaudio Griego, suggested they reopen the mine; within a few months hundreds of tons of industrial grade beryl were removed.
That's not quite so, but of course they're too young to remember Theodore Bork, the mine foreman from 1917 to 1920.