mine inspector

mine inspector

[′mīn in′spek·tər]
(mining engineering)
Generally, the state mine inspector, as contrasted to the Federal mine inspector; inspects mines to find fire and dust hazards and inspects the safety of working areas, electric circuits, and mine equipment.
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Mine inspector Jumma Khan said the incident took place inside a private mine.
According to rules in case of any accident, Mine Inspector will be responsible for the loss.
Buckler, could proceed on his claim that a mine inspector failed to carry out a non-discretionary and mandatory duty to review training records.
Randy Friese, the assistant minority leader in the House, proposed an amendment to Arizona's Constitution that would allow the governor to appoint a mine inspector, rather than have voters elect one every four years.
Speaking to media, chief mine inspector of Balochistan Ifthikar Ahmed said that five labourers were extracting coal out of the mines in Chamalang when it filled with gas leading to an explosion.
Midyett, who recently became mine inspector for the Union Colliery Co.
Iftikhar Ahmed Chief Mine Inspector, Jamil Kehtran Project Direcgor Geo Data Quetta and Abdullah Shahwani Director Mining Exploration are included in the four members committee.At least 23 coal miners were killed after two coal mines in Marwar and Surr Range were collapsed due to methane gas explosion.
Mine inspector Iftikhar Ahmed said Sunday that five more bodies have been recovered from one of the mines, bringing the death toll from the blast the day before to 16.
The museum is working with the Health and Safety Executive, the mine inspector and Redcar and Cleveland Council to eventually re-open the whole museum.
Candidates for the annual Safety Award are assessed based on information submitted to the State Mine Inspector, including hours worked and lost-time incidents.