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    Category:Occupational safety and health,  · Handbook for Dust Control in Mining (Fred Kissell) NIOSH 2003-147.pdf 1,275 × 1,650, 132 pages; 2.71 Hands damaged by kerosene.jpg 410 × 262; 205 KB Hardware stores in China specializing in safety equipment, etc - 02.jpg 2,215 × 2,249; 3.32 MBImpact of Industry 4.0 on Occupational Health and Safety,  · National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH): NIOSH Update: NIOSH seeks proposals on robotics technologies for assisting in underground mining rescue efforts. U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (2014) [online].Safety Management Software,  · New American research has found as many as one in three noise-exposed oil and gas extraction and mining workers are affected by hearing loss. The study, from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), is the first to examine hearing loss prevalence and risk by industry within the Oil and Gas Extraction sector, and within most Mining sector industries.Mine safety,  · Mine safety is a broad term referring to the practice of controlling and managing a wide range of hazards associated with the life cycle of mining-related activities. Mine safety practice involves the implementation of recognised hazard controls and/or reduction of risks associated with mining activities to legally, socially and morally acceptable levels.