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									Immediately reportable Accidents




                    New Mexico MINE ACT
                            Of 2006
                    U.S. MINER ACT of 2006
    Immediately Reportable
     Accidents and Injuries
• Mine operators are required to call The
  New Mexico Emergency Operations
  Center toll-free number at 1-866-761-
  6039 and MSHA of an immediately
  reportable accident. These phone calls
  are required by NM State Statute and
  Federal law.
    Immediately Reportable
     Accidents and Injuries
• Mine operators must call immediately,
  but no later than 15 minutes for MSHA
  and 30 minutes for the NMEOC from
  the time they know or should know that
  an accident has occurred
  Immediately Reportable
 Accidents and Injuries are:
1. A death of an individual at a mine;
2. An injury to an individual at a mine
   which has a reasonable potential to
   cause death;
3. An entrapment of an individual for more
   than thirty minutes or which has a
   reasonable potential to cause death;
4. An unplanned inundation of a mine by a
   liquid or gas;
5. An unplanned ignition or explosion of
   gas or dust;
  Immediately Reportable
 Accidents and Injuries are:
6. In underground mines, an unplanned
   fire not extinguished within 10 minutes
   of discovery; in surface mines and
   surface areas of underground mines,
   an unplanned fire not extinguished
   within 30 minutes of discovery;
7. An unplanned ignition or explosion of
   a blasting agent or an explosive;
  Immediately Reportable
 Accidents and Injuries are:
8. An unplanned roof fall at or above the
   anchorage zone in active workings
   where roof bolts are in use; or, an
   unplanned roof or rib fall in active
   workings that impairs ventilation or
   impedes passage;
9. A coal or rock outburst that causes
   withdrawal of miners or which disrupts
   regular mining activity for more than one
   hour;
  Immediately Reportable
 Accidents and Injuries are:
10. An unstable condition at an
    impoundment, refuse pile, or culm bank
    which requires emergency action in
    order to prevent failure, or which causes
    individuals to evacuate an area; or,
    failure of an impoundment, refuse pile,
    or culm bank;
11. Damage to hoisting equipment in a shaft
    or slope which endangers an individual
    or which interferes with use of the
    equipment for more than thirty minutes;
    and
 Immediately Reportable
Accidents and Injuries are:
 12. An event at a mine which causes
     death or bodily injury to an individual not
     at the mine at the time the event occurs.
MINE ACCIDENT REPORT
Date of report _____________                             Time of Report: __________

Report called in by ____________________________[Name]

Phone Number where reporting party can be reached: _______________________

Alternative name that can be reached and phone #: _________________________

Severity Code (Circle one    code):
                   Red:      Death, Entrapment, or Underground Fire
               Orange:       Injury to personnel
                Green:       All others

1. Company Name _____________________________________________________

2. Mine Name       _____________________________________________________

3. Mine   ID Number _____________

                      City      ________________________________

                      State     ________      Zip   _______________

4. Date of Accident ______________

   Time of Accident     ______________

5. Type of Accident (Please circle item(s) below)
       a. Fatal
       b. Reasonable Potential to be Fatal
       c. Entrapment (greater than 30 minutes)
       d. Inundation of a mine by liquid or gas
       e. Ignition or explosion of gas or dust
       f. Fire that burned for (greater than 30 minutes)
       g. Ignition or explosion of blasting agent or explosive
       h. Roof fall
       i. Coal or rock outburst
       j. Unstable impoundment area
       k. Hoist operation/damage
       l. An event at a mine which caused death or bodily injury to a person not
                 at the mine at the time the event occurred.

Area/place at mine where accident occurred: ____________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________


Report taken by: _____________________________ [Name]

Phone number: _____________________
                                        MSHA Escalation Report

Notice: This form is a documentation of a call received on the MSHA 1-800 Line. The caller was
reporting either an emergency at a mine or a hazardous condition. The information documented was
provided by the caller and was forwarded to a district office for further resolution.

SR Number:                    Contact Type:          Mine Zip Code:    County:     Is this a coal mine?
                              Phone
Reference Number:                                    City:             State:

                                              Contact Information
Anonymous:                                           Caller’s Primary Phone #:
Caller’s Name:                                       Caller’s Secondary Phone #:
Caller’s Email Address:
Name of Mine:                                        Mining Company:

Mine Identification Number :
                                              Event Information
Has anyone died?                                     How many died?
Is anyone injured?                                   How many injured?
Types of injuries:


Is anyone trapped?                                   How many trapped?
Is there a fire?
Details provided by caller:




                                          Administrative Activities
Date / Time Event Occurred:
Date / Time MSHA Notified:
District Office:

Information Name:

Date / Time District Office Notified:                    Comments:
                 EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN
                          FOR
            NEW MEXICO BUREAU OF MINE SAFETY
Plan for Code Red Entrapment or other emergency requiring activation of State wide
rescue resources.

   1. NMT Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will contact SMI or other BMS
       contact (representative).
   2. SMI or representative (all other calls listed will be by the SMI or representative)
       calls organization experiencing the emergency to verify details and make sure that
       contact is maintained (get phone #’s for continued access). Be sure they have
       contact information for state wide mine rescue team coordinators.
   3. Call New Mexico State EOC @ (505) 476-9635 and describes the situation.
   4. If SMI is Contacted, SMI calls Chris Hefner (505) 553-1535, and appraises him
       of situation.
   5. SMI or representative calls Underground Mine Rescue Teams Coordinators
       (contact list attached) and describes the situation. Do not request teams to be
       sent. This must be done by the mine representative from the mine experiencing
       the emergency.
   6. Call Governor’s office. Alarie Ray-Garcia, Deputy Director of Communications
       (505) 231-7350 (c), and Sarah Cottrell, Energy & Environmental Policy Advisor,
       (505) 699-7443 (c). Apprise them of the situation.
   7. Call EMNRD Secretary Joanna Prukop (505) 476-3200 and NM Mining and
       Minerals Director Bill Brancard, (505) 412-0317 (C), (505) 476-3405 (Office).
       Apprise them of the situation.
   8. Call MSHA field office (contact list attached). Be sure field office supervisor is
       aware of the situation.
   9. Call Amanda to cover BMS desk (505) 944-6141 (C).
   10. Call Captain Randy Trujillo with Escondida NMSP substation.(575) 835-0741.
       Describe situation, request road conditions, request any assistance to get to scene.
       This also can be done through the NM EOC if special assistance is required
       (helicopter).
   11. Call organization experiencing emergency and reverify information. Ask if they
       have called state wide mine rescue team coordinators.
   12. SMI or representative proceeds to scene.
   13. Make travel arrangements for mine rescue teams through NM EOC.
                         Mine Rescue Contact List
                                 WIPP
Primary Contact                      Secondary Contact
Buddy Webb                          Facility Operations
 st
1 # 575-234-8178                    575-234-8125
2nd # 575-605-5123                  575-234-8457
                                 Mosaic
Primary Contact                      Secondary Contact
David Tackett                        Mosaic Security
 st
1 # 575-628-6407                     575-628-6238
2nd # 575-361-2782 (C)
                                 Intrepid
Primary Contact                      Secondary Contact
Randy Logsdon                        East Hoist-24/7
1st # 575-361-7050(C)                575-324-3830
2nd # 575-234-3622 (W)               575-706-3009(C)
3rd # 575-234-1932(H)
                                  CMI
Primary Contact                      Secondary Contact
Steve Mills                          Mine Security
1st # 575-586-7642                   575-586-7640
2nd # 575-613-6655                   575-586-0394
                               BHP- SJCC
Primary Contact                      Secondary Contact
David Hales                          Jim Grant
 st
1 # 505-598-2153 Office              505-598-2185
2nd # 505-486-1612 (C)               505-330-9132 (C)
3rd # 505-334-1607 - Home
                        NM State Mine Inspector
Toll Free EOC 866-761-6039         Chris Hefner 505-553-1535 (C)
Terence Foreback 505-553-1532 (C) Office 575-835-5460
                                MSHA
Toll Free Emergency 800-746-1553 Carlsbad Field Office M/NM
                                   Mark Williams (575) 405-7061 (c)
                                   (575) 887-6074 (office)
Albuquerque Field Office M/NM      Aztec Field Office Coal
Benny Lara (505) 350-1792 (C)      Supervisor position to be filled
(505) 346-6775 (office)            (505) 334-4011 (office)
                                   District 9 Coal Manager and
                                   Assistant Manager

								
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