Out & About; WVCA Symposium Part 2

THE West Virginia Coal Association's 40th annual symposium continued on Thursday, with legal issues and projections for future safety serving as the itinerary's focus. Check out more photos from the Charleston event.
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WVCA chairman Jim Laurita addresses a larger Thursday crowd.

 

 

Dinsmore and Shohl’s Jason Nutzman discusses MSHA’s POV rules past and future.

 

 

WV Board of Coal Mine Health and Safety official Joel Watts presented to the crowd on the agency’s initiatives.

 

 

Kurt Dettinger of law firm Steptoe and Johnson talks mandatory drug testing in West Virginia.

 

 

Dettinger’s colleague Jeff Phillips discussed Kentucky’s testing processes.

 

 

Spilman, Thomas and Battle’s Dennise Smith.

 

Coal’s place in energy’s future was the focus of a presentation by Consol Energy president Nicholas DeIuliis.

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