MSHA Stakeholder Meeting Taking Place May 12

The agenda includes opening remarks, rules to live by, a fatality review, Q&A, and a breakout into coal (proximity detection system update and dust rule update) and metal and nonmetal (upcoming initiatives review) sessions.

MSHA announced it will hold a stakeholder meeting on Thursday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to noon EDT. The meeting will be conducted in-person at MSHA's Arlington, Va., headquarters and online via a webinar and teleconference. (An RSVP is not required but is strongly encouraged by the agency.)

The agenda includes opening remarks, rules to live by, a fatality review, Q&A, and a breakout into coal (proximity detection system update and dust rule update) and metal and nonmetal (upcoming initiatives review) sessions.

Participants can join the WebEx webinar here. The call-in information is:

  • Call-in number: 1-877-988-6168 (US)
  • Attendee access code: 970 056 3
  • Event Number: 749 445 206
  • Password: Welcome!25

When the breakout sessions begin, the metal and nonmetal breakout will continue to use the webinar information from the beginning session, but the coal session will use this call-in information:

  • Join the session here.
  • Call-in number: 1-888-324-8135
  • Participant passcode: 2928479
  • Password: Welcome!24

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