China U.S. build safety bond

COOPERATION to foster improvements in accident emergency response, the role of private insurance in the promotion of mine safety and health and the effective collection and analysis of mine safety and health data was reinforced between China and U.S. with the signing of four joint letters of understanding this week.
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MSHA assistant secrtary Dave Lauriski.

Angie Tomlinson

The agreements look to broaden cooperation between the two countries in labor, employment and workplace safety.

The letters record the U.S. Department of Labor's most comprehensive engagement with China on labor issues ever. Labor issued to be addressed include mine safety, worker safety, wages and pensions.

The Department's earlier cooperative agreements with China include a $4.1 million grant to support the rule of law and a $2.3 million mine safety and health project.

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