There are things you do every day to meet the twin goals of ensuring the safety of your mine environment and complying with MSHA’s regulations. For many, this effort includes considerable work to meet MSHA threshold limit values or exposure limits and minimize miner exposure to certain substances. After all of that effort, you want more than just your own satisfaction that you took the right steps. You want to be prepared for MSHA health sampling inspections so MSHA’s samples accurately reflect your compliance, or at least, so you’ll know where MSHA’s sampling may have gone wrong.
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Reprinted with permission from Coal Age Magazine.