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This photo was taken 900 feet underground in a bituminous coal mine. The coal miner in the photo is spraying rock dust (primarily calcium carbonate). Rock dust is used to reduce the combustible fraction of coal dust in the air. We were at the mine for a health hazard evaluation (2009-0085) of coal miners’ exposures to respirable dust and silica during rock dusting. To me occupational health and safety means going into deep dark places to address health and safety concerns.

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