Report: APP CMHS Project 4

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2.3.2. Hazard Identification

Hazard identification is undertaken during mine construction and periodically during mine operations. Detailed hazard assessments are conducted as required.

Hazards identified by government include gas explosion, gas burning, outbursts of coal and gas, coal dust explosion, roof fall, water inrush, asphyxiation, transportation, rock bursts, shot firing, mechanical injuries, and electrical injuries. Each hazard needs to be identified and managed with appropriate control measures (Coal Mine Safety Regulation 2005, China).

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