health hazard in coal mining

health hazard in coal mining

Health hazards in coal mining can be controlled and managed with effective strategies You can read about these strategies in Australasian Mine Safety Journal Whether it underground or surface mining there are risks and in recent times it has been a widely publicised subject and every year we have more and more information available to us

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