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Reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines and Quarries (under the Mines andQuarries Act,1954)

Great Britain. Inspectorate of Mines and Quarries.

Reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines and Quarries (under the Mines andQuarries Act,1954)

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by Great Britain. Inspectorate of Mines and Quarries.

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APPENDICES TO THE MINES STATEMENT. APPENDIX A. REPORTS RELATING TO METALLIFEROUS MINES AND STONE-QUARRIES. The Inspecting Engineer of Mines to the Under-Secretary of Mines. Sib,— Wellington, 11th May, Quarries: List of Quarries (Under the Quarries ACT, ) in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Isle of Man. Prepared by His Majesty’s Inspectors of Mines, This book is available on Google Books & the Hathi Trust Digital Library. Great Britain, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. This paper gives a brief outline of the technology of coal mining and the structure of the industry, and classifies underground accidents according to Cited by: 2.   The provisions of the Metalliferous Mines Acts and , applied to quarries, are those relating to payment of wages in public-houses, notice of accidents to the inspector, appointment and powers of inspectors, arbitration, coroners' inquests, special rules, penalties, certain of the definitions, and the powers of the secretary of state.

  Mines inspectors reported in that management at Mells Colliery (which employed Edgar King) resisted official direction to improve ventilation and introduce water-suppressants in rock drilling, though existing arrangements were in clear breach of the Coal Mines Act. 65 The inspectors themselves [End Page ] were divided on the extent.


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Great Britain. The Mines and Quarries (Tips) Regulations came into force on 1 October and placed an obligation upon owners to obtain reports on the security of all their refuse tips by 1 October as well as reports relating to proposed new tips.

During sixty-four persons were killed and seriously injured in coal mines compared with 72 and respectively in Report of H.M. Principal Electrical Inspector of Mines / Ministry of Fuel and Power; Report of H.M.

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The Inspectors’ Reports. This year’s editions of the Animal Reports of H.M. Divisional Inspectors of Mines, for the yearwill surely meet with exceptional approbation. These reports have always been rightly considered as the voice of authority in regard to the interpretation and practical obser­.

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Inspector of Mines for the Newcastle District for the Yearp, 37, Full text of "Mines and Quarries: General Report, with Statistics " See other formats. In this fascinating book, entrepreneurSuspicions, Barbara Betcherman, May 1,Fiction, pages download Drafting Effective Contracts: A Practitioner's Guide Robert A.

Feldman The Adventure of Christmas Helping Children Find Jesus in Our Holiday Traditions, Lisa Whelchel,Religion, 64. Local trade directories can also be useful but quarries are not consistently included, especially smaller rural ones.

The Annual Reports of tors of Mines and Quarries will list any fatal accidents but otherwise quarries will rarely be mentioned. Good luck with your research. IP: Aztelquian Joined: 15/08/ View Profile. The Mines and Quarries Act required working mines to deposit plans This Act is an extension of The Mines and Quarries Act which did not mention tips Read More BACKGROUND Section of the Mines and Quarries Actas amended, requires that the owners of every mine or quarry which operated after but has not.

Broadly, tors of Mines annual reports detailed colliery fatal accidents from toand for otehr mines (mainly non-ferrous metals and slate) from to From until the cessation of published district reports in (or so), whilst the inspectors' reports omitted names of the dead and, usually, the names of the mines.

The above Mines & Quarries Report Book, together with a Durham Miners Association Minutes Book, was sold at C & T Auctioneers, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent on 15th March The Hammer Price was £ plus 21% Buyer's Premium.

A text-book of ore and stone mining. CHAPTER XVII. ACCIDENTS. For the sake of comparison I have extracted from the annual reports of the inspectors of mines, the figures for the metalliferous mining district of Cornwall and Devon, including also a few mines in Somersetshire and Dorsetshire.

so the * Reports of H.M. Inspectors of 31ines. Nottingham: Ad Newspapers Ltd. VG: in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. First Edition. Illustrated laminated softback card cover. mm x mm (11" x 8"). B/W illustrations. Second volume in the series. Book Edition: First Edition.

h.m. stationery office, report unider the metalliferous mines regulation acts. 3: reports of assistant inspectors under the metalliferous mines regulation act list of questions set at examination number of persons employed ee   The Bill also extends the powers of H.M.

Inspectors of Mines and Quarries by enabling them to obtain information, and have tests carried out to check the security of a tip, and gives them the same powers as they have under the Act to have matters put right if a remedy is required for an immediate or apprehended danger.

Reports of the Inspectors of Mines to Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for the Yearp Reports of the Inspectors of Mines to Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for the Yearp Report of H.M. Inspector of Mines for the Midland District for the Year p. Edited by R. Vernon.

Soft back, pages, National Association of Mining History Organisations, revised fourth edition, Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Factories – Essays to Commemorate years of health and safety inspection. HMSO,75 pp., ISBN Health and Safety Executive.

A Hundred Years of Law: Health and Safety in Quarries. Health and Safety Executive,24 pp. Foreword by Eric Darlow, former head of HM Inspectorate of Quarries. Mines and Quarries: reports of H.M. inspectors of mines., Issues reports of H.M. inspectors of mines., Great Britain. Mines Dept, Internationally Known: New York's Finest, Part 2 New York's Finest, Kiki Swinson, Jul 6,Fiction, pages.

On the run from the Mexican cartel. Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines. Volume I. Ure, Andrew; Hunt, Robert [ed.] Catalogue No. rba. £ ($) The Ad Newspapers Ltd Book of Coal Mines Remembered 2.

Notts & East Midlands Pits of the Past. Reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines and Quarries for Northumberland and Cumbria Division. Wilson, H F. Reports to the secretary of state for the Home department of the Explosions in mines committee. (London: H.M. Stationery off., printed by Darling and son, ltd., ), by James Martin Beattie, Henry H.

Cunynghame, and Great Britain. Home Office Explosions in. History of labour law in the United Kingdom: | The |history of labour law in the United Kingdom| concerns the development of |UK labour World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

John Burnham has argued that the psychological concept of ‘accident proneness’ receded into the popular imagination by the s, caught between the rise of the new epidemiology on the one hand (the concept of aggregating individuals into risk groups), and safety engineering on the other (the use of physical controls such as machine guards to prevent accidents for entire groups of workers Cited by: 6.

A short length of this rod and the distance piece were found underneath the brake engine. It was agreed at the colliery that a small group of H.M.

Inspectors of Mines and Quarries and National Coal Board Engineers should conduct the investigation and keep the interested parties informed of progress.

Concurrent with this witnesses were. Open every day - incl. Sundays and all Bank Holidays (apart from Christmas Day) (Buffet hours: – • Last Orders •Hot Food ). H.M.

Chief Inspector of Mines & Quarries At about p.m. five men were actually in 5's Unit, namely, L. Coe# (the overman), W. Hudson#, W. Wardle, J. Rothery and C. Ray# ; J. Williams was just outside it. There were no eye witnesses to say what happened during the next half hour.

Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. MYSTERIES OF POLICE AND CRIME {i} WATCH HOUSE AND WATCHMEN A CENTURY AGO.

(From a Contemporary Print by Rowlandson and Pugin.) {ii} Mysteries OF Police and Crime {iii} BY Major ARTHUR GRIFFITHS FORMERLY ONE OF H.M. INSPECTORS OF PRISONS; JOHN HOWARD GOLD MEDALLIST; AUTHOR OF “MEMORIALS OF MILLBANK,” “CHRONICLES OF NEWGATE,” ETC.

Mines and Quarries Act and supporting legislation. Mines and Quarries Act continued. Radioactive Substances Act Ionising Radioactive (Unsealed Radioactive Substances) Regulations Ionising Radiations (Sealed Sources) Regulations DAY 3. Powers of H.

Factory Inspectorate Prosecution : G.R.C. Atherley. Filed under: Mines and mineral resources -- Pennsylvania -- Lancaster County Philadelphia, Feb. [blank], Sir, Having from early age been concerned in working mines, and smelting and refining ores in Europe, and also several years engaged in the same line in the United States, I wish to become useful in promoting the opening of mines in.

Prior to the Quarries Actthe only quarries that factory inspectors were responsible for inspecting were quarries using steam power. The introduction of the Quarries Act extended the powers of the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act to give inspectors the power to enforce provisions of notifying accidents, undertake prosecutions and make Special Rules.

1 In percent. Based on these data, percent of the mines for these 16 occupations had an average full-shift exposure of less than mg/m 3, 19 percent were between and mg/m 3, 11 percent were between and mg/m 3, and 30 percent were greater than mg/m 3.

The significance of these results is that 40 percent of the mines for the specified occupations had an average full. A year later the Owlacombe Beam and Union Mines are up for sale.

Described as occupying an area of one square mile three miles north of Ashburton, the mines were formerly known as the Ashburton United mines. The machinery included four water wheels, the largest 40 foot in diameter.

Exeter Flying Post 18 March p1 col2. Volume II INACTIVE AND ABANDONED NONCOAL MINES State Reports gypsum pits, diatomote and bentonite pits, rip-rap quarries, decorative stone quarries and the "run of the mill" sand and gravel mines.

The Arizona State Mine Inspector's records show an average of of these sites having operated in any of the past five years. Thus, it is. annual report of the minister of mines of the province of british columbia for the year ended 31st december British Columbia. Legislative Assembly MINES AND QUARRIES BILL (Hansard, 21 January ) because the mines inspectors themselves are skilled mining engineers, and, in the last resort, production and safety form part of the same, single, working activity.

I think it is very important that I should mention this because it is the basis of some of the differences between this Bill. The Safety Board Inspector made out a report in a special book, similar to a deputy’s pre-shift report but there was no provision for the sending a copy to H.M.

District Inspector. The agreement was carried over when the mines were nationalised in and in the Agreement was re-stated although modified.A. Harley, H.M Senior Inspector of Mines and Quarries, and a member of his staff.

N. Siddall, The National Coal Board's Member for Mining. After assessing the situation it was decided to install pumps in the 1 in 6 drift to lower the water and regain access to the district.Introduction Primary sources are the essential building blocks for all historical research.

In our case they comprise the first hand accounts and contemporary records, printed, manuscript, pictorial and oral, which provide detailed information on mining activity up to the present day.