Mine Injuries and Worktime, Quarterly. January through June 1989
HERO ID: 1433843
Charts and tables were used to portray the accident data occurring among miners from January through . . .
Charts and tables were used to portray the accident data occurring among miners from January through June of 1989. The tables included information concerning the number of fatal injuries in the mines for the United States in each quarter of 1987, 1988, and thus far in 1989; the number of operator injuries, injury incidence rates, average number of workers, employee hours, and production, by type of coal or mineral mined and work location; the number of operator injuries, average number of workers, employee hours and coal or mineral production by work location, state and mineral industry; the number of operator injuries by mineral industry, work location, and accident classification; and similar data for contractor injuries as opposed to operator injuries. Accidents were classified as fatal, nonfatal with days lost from work, and nonfatal with no time off the job. The types of mine noted in the report included bituminous coal mining, Pennsylvania anthracite coal, all coal, office workers at mining facilities, mineral, stone, sand and gravel, and metal mining operations. Underground and surface mining operations were included along with mills and preparatory facilities.