Bruce Dail

Owner, Dial Mine Safety

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Owner of Dial Mine Safety, a mine safety consulting business based outside Charlotte, North Carolina; former inspector for the Mine Safety and Health Administration (1977-2002)

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Twenty-five miners are known to have died in this week's massive explosion at the Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia.  The effort to rescue four men still unaccounted for may be a…

Coal: A Necessary Evil?

Twenty-five miners are known to have died in this week's massive explosion at the Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia.  The effort to rescue four men still unaccounted for may be a…

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