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1/1/2011 - Reports of InvestigationsDust surveys determined if deep-cut mining expose face workers to higher levels of respirable dust. Study findings indicate that levels on bolting faces did not appear to be affected by longer cycles associated with deep-cut mining practices.
12/1/2006 - Information CircularsThis study presents a NIOSH cross-sectional survey of noise sources and worker noise exposures, discusses the survey's application to administrative and engineering controls, and reviews exposure reduction methods.
8/1/2003 - Conference papersThis study assessed the adequacy of cab design and determined the percentage of musculoskeletal symptoms among operators of heavy construction equipment.
4/1/2018 - Peer reviewed journal articlesResults from a survey conducted to determine the number of atmospheric monitoring systems (AMS) used in underground coal mines in the United States, as well as an examination of how regulation changes have impacted CO sensor use.
1/1/2017 - Non-peer reviewed journal articlesA trade publication piece by NIOSH on information and knowledge gathering in an era of new technologies. The survey discussed focuses on miners' perceptions of gas levels, airflow, dust levels, and the location of people and equipment.
12/14/2012 - News and announcementsThe most comprehensive survey of our nation’s mining population.
9/20/2012 - Catalogs and indexesTask analysis is one of the basic tools that an ergonomist has to design and evaluate systems.
6/1/2012 - Information CircularsThe National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) conducted the first comprehensive survey of the U.S. mining population in more than 20 years.
1/1/2012 - Information CircularsThe National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) conducted the first comprehensive survey of the U.S. mining population in more than 20 years.
2/1/2008 - Information CircularsThis report summarizes a field study by NIOSH that documented the reactions of 30 miners at 4 underground coal mines concerning the use of personal dust monitors (PDMs) and how they make use of the information it provides.