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Statutes > Alabama > Title25 > Chapter9

Section 25-9-1 Short title; purpose of chapter.
Section 25-9-2 Definitions.
Section 25-9-3 Appointment of mine inspectors and other employees.
Section 25-9-4 Certain persons not to have interest in Alabama coal mines.
Section 25-9-5 Qualifications and residence of chief of division.
Section 25-9-6 Qualifications and residence of mine inspectors and head mine inspector.
Section 25-9-7 Duties of mine inspectors generally; accompanying of inspectors on inspections by representatives of miners; mine examination reports.
Section 25-9-8 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Required.
Section 25-9-9 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Board of examiners.
Section 25-9-10 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Examinations; fees.
Section 25-9-11 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Qualifications of applicants - Mine foreman.
Section 25-9-12 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Qualifications of applicants - Fire boss.
Section 25-9-13 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Replacement of lost certificates.
Section 25-9-14 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Forged or counterfeit certificates; uttering false certificates; false statements or misrepresentations in applications.
Section 25-9-15 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Suspension, cancellation, or revocation; voluntary surrender of certificate.
Section 25-9-16 Failure of fire boss to perform required duties.
Section 25-9-17 Persons authorized to act as fire boss; temporary fire boss or mine foreman.
Section 25-9-18 Qualifications of mine foremen in underground mines.
Section 25-9-19 Inspection of working places and abandoned areas of mines by foreman.
Section 25-9-20 Schedule of mine inspections.
Section 25-9-21 Instruments for measurement of air and gases in mines.
Section 25-9-22 Witnesses at proceedings under chapter generally.
Section 25-9-23 Expenses of executing subpoenas, attendance of witnesses, and contempt proceedings.
Section 25-9-24 Reporting and correction of unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-26 Persons not employees not to enter mines without consent of operator, etc.
Section 25-9-27 Entry into mine while intoxicated; transporting intoxicating liquor into mine.
Section 25-9-29 Giving of orders requiring violation of chapter.
Section 25-9-28 Solicitation of funds from employees for purposes of retaining or procuring employment, etc.
Section 25-9-30 Persons under 18 not to work in or about mines.
Section 25-9-40 Use of protective clothing, etc.
Section 25-9-41 Checking systems.
Section 25-9-42 Shafts, mine openings, and escapeways.
Section 25-9-60 Maintenance, etc., of first aid equipment; notice of and treatment of injuries.
Section 25-9-61 Reports and investigations of major accidents.
Section 25-9-62 Removal of large and dangerous accumulations of water in adjoining mines.
Section 25-9-63 Mine disasters.
Section 25-9-64 Establishment of mine rescue stations.
Section 25-9-65 Rescue crews - Training and employment; wages and workers' compensation benefits.
Section 25-9-66 Rescue crews - Training; removal of crew members.
Section 25-9-67 Rescue crews - Qualifications; record of physical examination.
Section 25-9-68 Jurisdiction of chief in rescue and recovery work; consultation and guidance.
Section 25-9-69 Compensation for rescue work; workers' compensation benefits.
Section 25-9-70 Crews to be informed of existing conditions; applicability of federal regulations; assignments by chief.
Section 25-9-80 Main fans.
Section 25-9-81 Use of methane detectors.
Section 25-9-82 Standards and procedures as to gases and air quality.
Section 25-9-83 Standards as to volume of air.
Section 25-9-84 Coursing of air.
Section 25-9-85 Sealing, testing, etc., of abandoned workings.
Section 25-9-86 Examinations for gases and other dangerous conditions.
Section 25-9-87 Use of flame safety lamps.
Section 25-9-88 Reports as to ventilation, gas content, reopening of mines, etc.
Section 25-9-89 Procedure when workings approaching inaccessible accumulations of gases or water.
Section 25-9-90 Duty of employees to report damage or unsafe conditions; correction of damage or unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-91 Prohibited acts.
Section 25-9-110 Accumulation of coal dust; methods for allaying dust at source.
Section 25-9-111 Rock dusting.
Section 25-9-130 Permissible explosives and blasting methods generally; use of black blasting powder; use of dynamite, etc.
Section 25-9-131 Surface storage of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-132 Underground transportation of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-133 Underground storage of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-134 Blasting practices and procedures generally.
Section 25-9-135 Blasting cables.
Section 25-9-136 Misfires.
Section 25-9-137 Report of premature explosions.
Section 25-9-150 Building of fires in mines; use of torches; welding and burning.
Section 25-9-151 Examinations for fire.
Section 25-9-152 Use, storage, etc., of oil, grease, and lubricants; fire extinguishing equipment.
Section 25-9-153 Underground stables.
Section 25-9-154 Procedure upon discovery of fire.
Section 25-9-155 Operators to report fires; assistance, etc., of chief in extinguishing fires, etc.
Section 25-9-170 Transformers, conversion equipment, etc.
Section 25-9-171 Power wires and circuits; signal and telephone wires; trolley and feeder wires.
Section 25-9-172 Grounding of frames, casings, and other electrical equipment.
Section 25-9-173 Circuit breakers, etc.; insulating platforms.
Section 25-9-174 Telephones.
Section 25-9-175 Electric drills, etc.; trailing cables; cables for portable equipment.
Section 25-9-176 Electric lights.
Section 25-9-190 Testing and examination of roof, faces, ribs, etc.; correction of and precautions against unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-191 Installation, etc., of timbering or other roof support systems.
Section 25-9-192 Maintenance of supply of timbers or other roof supports.
Section 25-9-210 Hoist engineers; signal codes, etc.; safety features of cages, hoist engines, hoist ropes, and hoist shafts; hoisting of tools, timber, animals, etc.
Section 25-9-211 Maintenance, etc., of mine locomotives and other haulage equipment.
Section 25-9-212 Construction, installation, and maintenance of elements of track of haulage roads.
Section 25-9-213 Clearances, crossovers, and shelter holes on haulage roads.
Section 25-9-214 Certain machinery prohibited underground.
Section 25-9-215 Safety devices and practices.
Section 25-9-216 Transportation of men.
Section 25-9-230 Face equipment.
Section 25-9-231 Shop equipment, etc.
Section 25-9-232 Operation of machinery by repairmen.
Section 25-9-250 Use of electrical equipment; maintenance, etc., in tipples and cleaning plants.
Section 25-9-251 Storage of flammable liquids in lamp houses.
Section 25-9-252 Maintenance, etc., of stairways, elevated platforms, and runways.
Section 25-9-253 Housekeeping practices.
Section 25-9-254 Fire prevention in surface structures.
Section 25-9-270 Applicability of provisions.
Section 25-9-271 Maintenance, etc., of banks; overburden, etc., of open pits.
Section 25-9-272 Maintenance, etc., of means of access to pits.
Section 25-9-273 Operation, inspection, and maintenance of shovels and draglines.
Section 25-9-274 Electrical equipment installations and inspections; grounding and insulation of electrical equipment; trailing cables.
Section 25-9-275 Guarding of exposed engines, wheels, etc.; safety of tools.
Section 25-9-276 "Blasting agent" and "explosives" defined; storage and transportation of blasting agents, explosives, and detonators generally.
Section 25-9-277 Handling and use of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-278 Blasting practices and procedures generally.
Section 25-9-279 Electrical blasting practices and procedures.
Section 25-9-280 Handling of explosives during blasting operations; warnings, guards, etc.
Section 25-9-281 Safety devices and practices for compressed air receivers, etc.
Section 25-9-282 First aid equipment; training of personnel in first aid methods.
Section 25-9-283 Provision of sanitary toilets, potable drinking water, and drinking cups or fountains.
Section 25-9-284 Increase in hazards of pit operations to be reported.
Section 25-9-300 Map of mine - Required; contents; filing; examination, etc.
Section 25-9-301 Map of mine - Failure or refusal to furnish.
Section 25-9-302 Map of mine - Incomplete, inaccurate, or imperfect maps.
Section 25-9-303 Intermediate surveys.
Section 25-9-304 Final survey.
Section 25-9-320 Distance of mine workings from boundary line of mine owner's coal rights.
Section 25-9-321 Survey of mine upon petition of adjacent landowner.
Section 25-9-322 Refusal to permit adjacent landowner or lessee to inspect mine.
Section 25-9-340 Owners to provide scales at mines where miners paid by weight.
Section 25-9-341 Coal to be weighed and credited to miner.
Section 25-9-342 Miners may furnish check weighman to examine scales, etc.
Section 25-9-343 Testing of scales.
Section 25-9-344 Access to scales, etc.
Section 25-9-345 Failure of mine operators to weigh coal accurately and correctly.
Section 25-9-360 Suspension of compliance with chapter; compliance with and enforcement of chapter generally.
Section 25-9-361 Superintendent, mine foremen, etc., to comply with and ensure compliance with chapter.
Section 25-9-362 Employees, etc., to comply with chapter and rules, etc., of operators.
Section 25-9-363 Quarterly reports of mine operators.
Section 25-9-364 Posting of abstract of chapter at mines; defacing, etc., of abstract.
Section 25-9-365 Inspectors may order suspension of mine operations for violations imminently hazardous to workmen.
Section 25-9-366 Review by chief of orders of inspectors.
Section 25-9-367 Judicial review of orders suspending mine operations.
Section 25-9-368 Injunctions.
Section 25-9-369 Representation of department.
Section 25-9-370 Unlawful acts for which no other penalty provided.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title25 > Chapter9

Section 25-9-1 Short title; purpose of chapter.
Section 25-9-2 Definitions.
Section 25-9-3 Appointment of mine inspectors and other employees.
Section 25-9-4 Certain persons not to have interest in Alabama coal mines.
Section 25-9-5 Qualifications and residence of chief of division.
Section 25-9-6 Qualifications and residence of mine inspectors and head mine inspector.
Section 25-9-7 Duties of mine inspectors generally; accompanying of inspectors on inspections by representatives of miners; mine examination reports.
Section 25-9-8 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Required.
Section 25-9-9 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Board of examiners.
Section 25-9-10 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Examinations; fees.
Section 25-9-11 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Qualifications of applicants - Mine foreman.
Section 25-9-12 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Qualifications of applicants - Fire boss.
Section 25-9-13 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Replacement of lost certificates.
Section 25-9-14 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Forged or counterfeit certificates; uttering false certificates; false statements or misrepresentations in applications.
Section 25-9-15 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Suspension, cancellation, or revocation; voluntary surrender of certificate.
Section 25-9-16 Failure of fire boss to perform required duties.
Section 25-9-17 Persons authorized to act as fire boss; temporary fire boss or mine foreman.
Section 25-9-18 Qualifications of mine foremen in underground mines.
Section 25-9-19 Inspection of working places and abandoned areas of mines by foreman.
Section 25-9-20 Schedule of mine inspections.
Section 25-9-21 Instruments for measurement of air and gases in mines.
Section 25-9-22 Witnesses at proceedings under chapter generally.
Section 25-9-23 Expenses of executing subpoenas, attendance of witnesses, and contempt proceedings.
Section 25-9-24 Reporting and correction of unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-26 Persons not employees not to enter mines without consent of operator, etc.
Section 25-9-27 Entry into mine while intoxicated; transporting intoxicating liquor into mine.
Section 25-9-29 Giving of orders requiring violation of chapter.
Section 25-9-28 Solicitation of funds from employees for purposes of retaining or procuring employment, etc.
Section 25-9-30 Persons under 18 not to work in or about mines.
Section 25-9-40 Use of protective clothing, etc.
Section 25-9-41 Checking systems.
Section 25-9-42 Shafts, mine openings, and escapeways.
Section 25-9-60 Maintenance, etc., of first aid equipment; notice of and treatment of injuries.
Section 25-9-61 Reports and investigations of major accidents.
Section 25-9-62 Removal of large and dangerous accumulations of water in adjoining mines.
Section 25-9-63 Mine disasters.
Section 25-9-64 Establishment of mine rescue stations.
Section 25-9-65 Rescue crews - Training and employment; wages and workers' compensation benefits.
Section 25-9-66 Rescue crews - Training; removal of crew members.
Section 25-9-67 Rescue crews - Qualifications; record of physical examination.
Section 25-9-68 Jurisdiction of chief in rescue and recovery work; consultation and guidance.
Section 25-9-69 Compensation for rescue work; workers' compensation benefits.
Section 25-9-70 Crews to be informed of existing conditions; applicability of federal regulations; assignments by chief.
Section 25-9-80 Main fans.
Section 25-9-81 Use of methane detectors.
Section 25-9-82 Standards and procedures as to gases and air quality.
Section 25-9-83 Standards as to volume of air.
Section 25-9-84 Coursing of air.
Section 25-9-85 Sealing, testing, etc., of abandoned workings.
Section 25-9-86 Examinations for gases and other dangerous conditions.
Section 25-9-87 Use of flame safety lamps.
Section 25-9-88 Reports as to ventilation, gas content, reopening of mines, etc.
Section 25-9-89 Procedure when workings approaching inaccessible accumulations of gases or water.
Section 25-9-90 Duty of employees to report damage or unsafe conditions; correction of damage or unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-91 Prohibited acts.
Section 25-9-110 Accumulation of coal dust; methods for allaying dust at source.
Section 25-9-111 Rock dusting.
Section 25-9-130 Permissible explosives and blasting methods generally; use of black blasting powder; use of dynamite, etc.
Section 25-9-131 Surface storage of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-132 Underground transportation of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-133 Underground storage of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-134 Blasting practices and procedures generally.
Section 25-9-135 Blasting cables.
Section 25-9-136 Misfires.
Section 25-9-137 Report of premature explosions.
Section 25-9-150 Building of fires in mines; use of torches; welding and burning.
Section 25-9-151 Examinations for fire.
Section 25-9-152 Use, storage, etc., of oil, grease, and lubricants; fire extinguishing equipment.
Section 25-9-153 Underground stables.
Section 25-9-154 Procedure upon discovery of fire.
Section 25-9-155 Operators to report fires; assistance, etc., of chief in extinguishing fires, etc.
Section 25-9-170 Transformers, conversion equipment, etc.
Section 25-9-171 Power wires and circuits; signal and telephone wires; trolley and feeder wires.
Section 25-9-172 Grounding of frames, casings, and other electrical equipment.
Section 25-9-173 Circuit breakers, etc.; insulating platforms.
Section 25-9-174 Telephones.
Section 25-9-175 Electric drills, etc.; trailing cables; cables for portable equipment.
Section 25-9-176 Electric lights.
Section 25-9-190 Testing and examination of roof, faces, ribs, etc.; correction of and precautions against unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-191 Installation, etc., of timbering or other roof support systems.
Section 25-9-192 Maintenance of supply of timbers or other roof supports.
Section 25-9-210 Hoist engineers; signal codes, etc.; safety features of cages, hoist engines, hoist ropes, and hoist shafts; hoisting of tools, timber, animals, etc.
Section 25-9-211 Maintenance, etc., of mine locomotives and other haulage equipment.
Section 25-9-212 Construction, installation, and maintenance of elements of track of haulage roads.
Section 25-9-213 Clearances, crossovers, and shelter holes on haulage roads.
Section 25-9-214 Certain machinery prohibited underground.
Section 25-9-215 Safety devices and practices.
Section 25-9-216 Transportation of men.
Section 25-9-230 Face equipment.
Section 25-9-231 Shop equipment, etc.
Section 25-9-232 Operation of machinery by repairmen.
Section 25-9-250 Use of electrical equipment; maintenance, etc., in tipples and cleaning plants.
Section 25-9-251 Storage of flammable liquids in lamp houses.
Section 25-9-252 Maintenance, etc., of stairways, elevated platforms, and runways.
Section 25-9-253 Housekeeping practices.
Section 25-9-254 Fire prevention in surface structures.
Section 25-9-270 Applicability of provisions.
Section 25-9-271 Maintenance, etc., of banks; overburden, etc., of open pits.
Section 25-9-272 Maintenance, etc., of means of access to pits.
Section 25-9-273 Operation, inspection, and maintenance of shovels and draglines.
Section 25-9-274 Electrical equipment installations and inspections; grounding and insulation of electrical equipment; trailing cables.
Section 25-9-275 Guarding of exposed engines, wheels, etc.; safety of tools.
Section 25-9-276 "Blasting agent" and "explosives" defined; storage and transportation of blasting agents, explosives, and detonators generally.
Section 25-9-277 Handling and use of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-278 Blasting practices and procedures generally.
Section 25-9-279 Electrical blasting practices and procedures.
Section 25-9-280 Handling of explosives during blasting operations; warnings, guards, etc.
Section 25-9-281 Safety devices and practices for compressed air receivers, etc.
Section 25-9-282 First aid equipment; training of personnel in first aid methods.
Section 25-9-283 Provision of sanitary toilets, potable drinking water, and drinking cups or fountains.
Section 25-9-284 Increase in hazards of pit operations to be reported.
Section 25-9-300 Map of mine - Required; contents; filing; examination, etc.
Section 25-9-301 Map of mine - Failure or refusal to furnish.
Section 25-9-302 Map of mine - Incomplete, inaccurate, or imperfect maps.
Section 25-9-303 Intermediate surveys.
Section 25-9-304 Final survey.
Section 25-9-320 Distance of mine workings from boundary line of mine owner's coal rights.
Section 25-9-321 Survey of mine upon petition of adjacent landowner.
Section 25-9-322 Refusal to permit adjacent landowner or lessee to inspect mine.
Section 25-9-340 Owners to provide scales at mines where miners paid by weight.
Section 25-9-341 Coal to be weighed and credited to miner.
Section 25-9-342 Miners may furnish check weighman to examine scales, etc.
Section 25-9-343 Testing of scales.
Section 25-9-344 Access to scales, etc.
Section 25-9-345 Failure of mine operators to weigh coal accurately and correctly.
Section 25-9-360 Suspension of compliance with chapter; compliance with and enforcement of chapter generally.
Section 25-9-361 Superintendent, mine foremen, etc., to comply with and ensure compliance with chapter.
Section 25-9-362 Employees, etc., to comply with chapter and rules, etc., of operators.
Section 25-9-363 Quarterly reports of mine operators.
Section 25-9-364 Posting of abstract of chapter at mines; defacing, etc., of abstract.
Section 25-9-365 Inspectors may order suspension of mine operations for violations imminently hazardous to workmen.
Section 25-9-366 Review by chief of orders of inspectors.
Section 25-9-367 Judicial review of orders suspending mine operations.
Section 25-9-368 Injunctions.
Section 25-9-369 Representation of department.
Section 25-9-370 Unlawful acts for which no other penalty provided.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title25 > Chapter9

Section 25-9-1 Short title; purpose of chapter.
Section 25-9-2 Definitions.
Section 25-9-3 Appointment of mine inspectors and other employees.
Section 25-9-4 Certain persons not to have interest in Alabama coal mines.
Section 25-9-5 Qualifications and residence of chief of division.
Section 25-9-6 Qualifications and residence of mine inspectors and head mine inspector.
Section 25-9-7 Duties of mine inspectors generally; accompanying of inspectors on inspections by representatives of miners; mine examination reports.
Section 25-9-8 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Required.
Section 25-9-9 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Board of examiners.
Section 25-9-10 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Examinations; fees.
Section 25-9-11 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Qualifications of applicants - Mine foreman.
Section 25-9-12 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Qualifications of applicants - Fire boss.
Section 25-9-13 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Replacement of lost certificates.
Section 25-9-14 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Forged or counterfeit certificates; uttering false certificates; false statements or misrepresentations in applications.
Section 25-9-15 Certificate of competency for fire bosses and mine foremen - Suspension, cancellation, or revocation; voluntary surrender of certificate.
Section 25-9-16 Failure of fire boss to perform required duties.
Section 25-9-17 Persons authorized to act as fire boss; temporary fire boss or mine foreman.
Section 25-9-18 Qualifications of mine foremen in underground mines.
Section 25-9-19 Inspection of working places and abandoned areas of mines by foreman.
Section 25-9-20 Schedule of mine inspections.
Section 25-9-21 Instruments for measurement of air and gases in mines.
Section 25-9-22 Witnesses at proceedings under chapter generally.
Section 25-9-23 Expenses of executing subpoenas, attendance of witnesses, and contempt proceedings.
Section 25-9-24 Reporting and correction of unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-26 Persons not employees not to enter mines without consent of operator, etc.
Section 25-9-27 Entry into mine while intoxicated; transporting intoxicating liquor into mine.
Section 25-9-29 Giving of orders requiring violation of chapter.
Section 25-9-28 Solicitation of funds from employees for purposes of retaining or procuring employment, etc.
Section 25-9-30 Persons under 18 not to work in or about mines.
Section 25-9-40 Use of protective clothing, etc.
Section 25-9-41 Checking systems.
Section 25-9-42 Shafts, mine openings, and escapeways.
Section 25-9-60 Maintenance, etc., of first aid equipment; notice of and treatment of injuries.
Section 25-9-61 Reports and investigations of major accidents.
Section 25-9-62 Removal of large and dangerous accumulations of water in adjoining mines.
Section 25-9-63 Mine disasters.
Section 25-9-64 Establishment of mine rescue stations.
Section 25-9-65 Rescue crews - Training and employment; wages and workers' compensation benefits.
Section 25-9-66 Rescue crews - Training; removal of crew members.
Section 25-9-67 Rescue crews - Qualifications; record of physical examination.
Section 25-9-68 Jurisdiction of chief in rescue and recovery work; consultation and guidance.
Section 25-9-69 Compensation for rescue work; workers' compensation benefits.
Section 25-9-70 Crews to be informed of existing conditions; applicability of federal regulations; assignments by chief.
Section 25-9-80 Main fans.
Section 25-9-81 Use of methane detectors.
Section 25-9-82 Standards and procedures as to gases and air quality.
Section 25-9-83 Standards as to volume of air.
Section 25-9-84 Coursing of air.
Section 25-9-85 Sealing, testing, etc., of abandoned workings.
Section 25-9-86 Examinations for gases and other dangerous conditions.
Section 25-9-87 Use of flame safety lamps.
Section 25-9-88 Reports as to ventilation, gas content, reopening of mines, etc.
Section 25-9-89 Procedure when workings approaching inaccessible accumulations of gases or water.
Section 25-9-90 Duty of employees to report damage or unsafe conditions; correction of damage or unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-91 Prohibited acts.
Section 25-9-110 Accumulation of coal dust; methods for allaying dust at source.
Section 25-9-111 Rock dusting.
Section 25-9-130 Permissible explosives and blasting methods generally; use of black blasting powder; use of dynamite, etc.
Section 25-9-131 Surface storage of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-132 Underground transportation of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-133 Underground storage of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-134 Blasting practices and procedures generally.
Section 25-9-135 Blasting cables.
Section 25-9-136 Misfires.
Section 25-9-137 Report of premature explosions.
Section 25-9-150 Building of fires in mines; use of torches; welding and burning.
Section 25-9-151 Examinations for fire.
Section 25-9-152 Use, storage, etc., of oil, grease, and lubricants; fire extinguishing equipment.
Section 25-9-153 Underground stables.
Section 25-9-154 Procedure upon discovery of fire.
Section 25-9-155 Operators to report fires; assistance, etc., of chief in extinguishing fires, etc.
Section 25-9-170 Transformers, conversion equipment, etc.
Section 25-9-171 Power wires and circuits; signal and telephone wires; trolley and feeder wires.
Section 25-9-172 Grounding of frames, casings, and other electrical equipment.
Section 25-9-173 Circuit breakers, etc.; insulating platforms.
Section 25-9-174 Telephones.
Section 25-9-175 Electric drills, etc.; trailing cables; cables for portable equipment.
Section 25-9-176 Electric lights.
Section 25-9-190 Testing and examination of roof, faces, ribs, etc.; correction of and precautions against unsafe conditions.
Section 25-9-191 Installation, etc., of timbering or other roof support systems.
Section 25-9-192 Maintenance of supply of timbers or other roof supports.
Section 25-9-210 Hoist engineers; signal codes, etc.; safety features of cages, hoist engines, hoist ropes, and hoist shafts; hoisting of tools, timber, animals, etc.
Section 25-9-211 Maintenance, etc., of mine locomotives and other haulage equipment.
Section 25-9-212 Construction, installation, and maintenance of elements of track of haulage roads.
Section 25-9-213 Clearances, crossovers, and shelter holes on haulage roads.
Section 25-9-214 Certain machinery prohibited underground.
Section 25-9-215 Safety devices and practices.
Section 25-9-216 Transportation of men.
Section 25-9-230 Face equipment.
Section 25-9-231 Shop equipment, etc.
Section 25-9-232 Operation of machinery by repairmen.
Section 25-9-250 Use of electrical equipment; maintenance, etc., in tipples and cleaning plants.
Section 25-9-251 Storage of flammable liquids in lamp houses.
Section 25-9-252 Maintenance, etc., of stairways, elevated platforms, and runways.
Section 25-9-253 Housekeeping practices.
Section 25-9-254 Fire prevention in surface structures.
Section 25-9-270 Applicability of provisions.
Section 25-9-271 Maintenance, etc., of banks; overburden, etc., of open pits.
Section 25-9-272 Maintenance, etc., of means of access to pits.
Section 25-9-273 Operation, inspection, and maintenance of shovels and draglines.
Section 25-9-274 Electrical equipment installations and inspections; grounding and insulation of electrical equipment; trailing cables.
Section 25-9-275 Guarding of exposed engines, wheels, etc.; safety of tools.
Section 25-9-276 "Blasting agent" and "explosives" defined; storage and transportation of blasting agents, explosives, and detonators generally.
Section 25-9-277 Handling and use of explosives and detonators.
Section 25-9-278 Blasting practices and procedures generally.
Section 25-9-279 Electrical blasting practices and procedures.
Section 25-9-280 Handling of explosives during blasting operations; warnings, guards, etc.
Section 25-9-281 Safety devices and practices for compressed air receivers, etc.
Section 25-9-282 First aid equipment; training of personnel in first aid methods.
Section 25-9-283 Provision of sanitary toilets, potable drinking water, and drinking cups or fountains.
Section 25-9-284 Increase in hazards of pit operations to be reported.
Section 25-9-300 Map of mine - Required; contents; filing; examination, etc.
Section 25-9-301 Map of mine - Failure or refusal to furnish.
Section 25-9-302 Map of mine - Incomplete, inaccurate, or imperfect maps.
Section 25-9-303 Intermediate surveys.
Section 25-9-304 Final survey.
Section 25-9-320 Distance of mine workings from boundary line of mine owner's coal rights.
Section 25-9-321 Survey of mine upon petition of adjacent landowner.
Section 25-9-322 Refusal to permit adjacent landowner or lessee to inspect mine.
Section 25-9-340 Owners to provide scales at mines where miners paid by weight.
Section 25-9-341 Coal to be weighed and credited to miner.
Section 25-9-342 Miners may furnish check weighman to examine scales, etc.
Section 25-9-343 Testing of scales.
Section 25-9-344 Access to scales, etc.
Section 25-9-345 Failure of mine operators to weigh coal accurately and correctly.
Section 25-9-360 Suspension of compliance with chapter; compliance with and enforcement of chapter generally.
Section 25-9-361 Superintendent, mine foremen, etc., to comply with and ensure compliance with chapter.
Section 25-9-362 Employees, etc., to comply with chapter and rules, etc., of operators.
Section 25-9-363 Quarterly reports of mine operators.
Section 25-9-364 Posting of abstract of chapter at mines; defacing, etc., of abstract.
Section 25-9-365 Inspectors may order suspension of mine operations for violations imminently hazardous to workmen.
Section 25-9-366 Review by chief of orders of inspectors.
Section 25-9-367 Judicial review of orders suspending mine operations.
Section 25-9-368 Injunctions.
Section 25-9-369 Representation of department.
Section 25-9-370 Unlawful acts for which no other penalty provided.

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