The Republic reports that Massey Energy will stop production at Randolph Mine in West Virginia mine for three days to retrain workers after the operation was cited for a string of serious MSHA safety violations. "We were disappointed in the results of last week's MSHA inspection and I ordered this stand down to reinforce safe mining practices and provide additional training in safety, ventilation and the requirements of our mine plan," Massey Chief Executive Baxter Phillips said in a statement." /> The Republic reports that Massey Energy will stop production at Randolph Mine in West Virginia mine for three days to retrain workers after the operation was cited for a string of serious MSHA safety violations. "We were disappointed in the results of last week's MSHA inspection and I ordered this stand down to reinforce safe mining practices and provide additional training in safety, ventilation and the requirements of our mine plan," Massey Chief Executive Baxter Phillips said in a statement."> West Virginia: Massey Energy mine shuts down production to retrain miners on safety practices after citation - MINING.COM

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West Virginia: Massey Energy mine shuts down production to retrain miners on safety practices after citation

The Republic reports that Massey Energy will stop production at Randolph Mine in West Virginia mine for three days to retrain workers after the operation was cited for a string of serious MSHA safety violations.

“We were disappointed in the results of last week’s MSHA inspection and I ordered this stand down to reinforce safe mining practices and provide additional training in safety, ventilation and the requirements of our mine plan,” Massey Chief Executive Baxter Phillips said in a statement.