||This workshop will address three initiatives that are being brought forward to create a better, more productive and cooperative relationship with MSHA, furthering our joint goal of improved miner safety and health. The initiatives address modernizing the regulations, helping MSHA enforce regulations that focus on individual miner actions (like wearing seatbelts) and rewarding companies that have excellent compliance and safety records.
All interested mine personnel should attend. We all need to be part of these efforts.
||Mark Savit is a member of Husch Blackwell’s Energy & Natural Resources group. Mark has built a successful career representing clients in the Energy and Natural Resources industry, specifically in regards to mining safety and environmental issues. Mark represents clients in government investigations and regulatory matters and litigates improper enforcement actions and whistleblower cases.
Donna Pryor, a member of Husch Blackwell’s Energy & Natural Resources group, focuses on commercial and administrative litigation related to mine safety and occupational safety and health. She also assists clients in crisis management and strategic communications related to workplace health and safety issues. Donna has extensive experience in the production of precious metals, aggregates, cement, industrial minerals, coal, salt, potash, phosphate, granite, limestone, and oil and gas.
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MSHA Reform: 3 ways to work with the agency to improve health and safety – Donna Pryor and Mark Savit
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