Study on the essential management system of the coal mines

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Serious accidents occur continuously in China's coal mines in recent years, which have brought about huge economic losses and negative society impact. The signs have emerged before the happening of the coal accidents. The accidents occur mainly because of the management negligence. The essential safety management system is built for coal safety management in China in allusion to the safety management problem of coal mines. The system is composed of six sections, risk management, establishing the management standard and management measure, managing and controlling the human unsafe behaviors, safeguard management, evaluation system and information system. © 2009.




Xin-chun, L., & Xue-feng, S. (2009). Study on the essential management system of the coal mines. In Procedia Earth and Planetary Science (Vol. 1, pp. 1705–1711).

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