Get Tips on How to Handle MSHA Withdrawal Orders

Withdrawal orders can cause a costly cessation of work at the mine site. With the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) flexing this regulatory muscle more frequently, now is the time for aggregates operators to gain a better understanding of how withdrawal orders work. Tune in to MSHA Withdrawal Orders – Working Through Abatement and Contest Issues on July 27 at 1 p.m., Eastern time, to learn more about MSHA’s collection of orders that require immediate withdrawal of areas or equipment from service.

This one-hour webinar, presented by NSSGA attorney member Nicholas Scala of Conn Maciel Carey, LLP, will introduce attendees to MSHA’s collection of orders. It will also provide a road map for operators to follow while abating the orders and having them lifted by MSHA. Attendees will also hear the latest updates in case law supporting MSHA’s increased use of withdrawal orders. Click here to learn more and reserve your seat.

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