SAFETY

Coal miners urged to speak up about coal dust

Eradicating the harm to health by coal dust will require vigilance by everyone underground

Coal mine workers are being encouraged to more conscious of the perils of underground coal dust.

Coal mine workers are being encouraged to be more conscious of the perils of underground coal dust.

Coal mine workers should feel empowered enough to question the dust conditions of their workplaces and how that affects their respiratory health, Mining and Energy Union vice-president Stephen Smyth believes....

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