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|I am an independent contractor who is going to bid on a job at a surface mine site that will last approximately four months. What type of training do I need to provide to my employees?|
|I operate a small sand and gravel mine that has been closed for a year and a half. I would like to know if my training plan is still valid, and what type of training do I need to provide my employees before we commence work?|
|I worked as a miner about eight years ago and am thinking about going back to the mines. Am I still considered an "experienced miner"?|
|If a new rule isn't in the CFR, why isn't it? How can I get a copy?|
|If I'm assigned to respond to a FOIA request, do I have to keep track of the amount of time I spend on searching, copying, and reviewing the request?|
|If there is a charge, do I have to notify the requestors before beginning to process the request?|
|If we deny a request, in part or in whole, and the requestor appeals the decision, what do I need to do with the appeal?|
|In responding to a FOIA request, are there any MSHA records that I should not release?|
|Industrial Minerals Association - North America|
|Industry and MSHA Partnership Safety Material|
|Institute of Makers of Explosives|
|International Union of Operating Engineers|
|Is the PREA/REA published in the Federal Register?|
|Is the requester required to give a reason for a request?|
|Is there a PREA/REA for every MSHA rulemaking?|
|Is there any way to speed up the PRA clearance request process?|