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Dangers of Mining

Title: Safety Inspector's Report
Type: Book
Date: 1918
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: This is the yearly report of mine safety inspector.
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Safety Inspector's Report

Activities:

  1. How did the mining company make workers aware of safety?



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  2. Why would it be important for workers to know at all times the dangers that might be around them?



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  3. Why would the workers be expected to remove or report anything they considered unsafe?



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  4. Did this inspector say that the mines are a safe place to work?



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