INN-Coal Mine Deaths The Mine Safety and Health Administration inspects mines four times a year and also does inspections in response to complaints and serious accidents and deaths. The agency logs violations — thousands at Illinois mines each year — and issues fines that typically range from several hundred or several thousand dollars per violation to $69,400 fines often issued in relation to fatalities. But these fines are tiny for mining companies that report annual revenue in the hundreds of millions or billions. And the fines are regularly reduced through appeals. The $239,000 that Foresight ultimately paid in relation to Rath’s death would, in comparison to Foresight’s 2019 reported revenue of $834 million, be like a $14 fine for someone who earns $50,000 a year. And experts note there is no way for federal inspectors to look at all possible safety risks in a mine. “Do inspectors examine every piece of equipment? Not usually,” said Bruce Stanley, a Pittsburgh-based lawyer who has filed successful lawsuits in major mine accidents including the 2006 Aracoma Alma mine fire and the 2010 Upper Big Branch explosion, both at Massey Energy mines in West Virginia. “It’s not like an automobile inspection where someone goes in and pops the hood and does a systems check — they don’t have the manpower or training necessarily to go into that level of detail.” That means it falls on miners to report safety risks. Current and former miners told the Energy News Network they have reasons not to report problems or hazards if it will mean slowing or shutting down production because that could mean losing bonuses for meeting production goals or for going days without reportable accidents. Especially as coal plants and coal mines are closing nationwide, employees worry about keeping mines competitive and open — so they can keep their jobs. Labor unions — namely the United Mine Workers of America — used to play a role in monitoring and advocating for safety in Illinois coal mines. But there are no labor unions representing miners in Illinois today, and many mines rely heavily on temporary contractors with little job security. This means workers are more reluctant to report safety risks or injuries, experts and miners say, because they fear rocking the boat could cause them to lose jobs that are among the most desirable in an economically stressed region. A retired longtime Illinois coal miner, who asked his name not be used for fear of alienating former colleagues, said that miners felt much freer to report safety problems — including to federal inspectors — when they were represented by a union. “If the inspector comes by in a nonunion mine, no individual has a chance to have a one-on-one with the inspector, they always have to watch what they say and a lot of things get lost in translation,” said the miner, who worked in union and non-union mines between 1970 and 2004. “You could proclaim, ‘I refuse to do this job because of my individual safety rights,’ but when you’re working nonunion, there’s no contract, everybody is an employee at will, there’s nobody to really make them toe the line as far as safety is concerned.” Another retired miner who worked in several different mines over 25 years — retiring in 2014 — said safety deteriorated as pressure to work faster and produce more increased in the 2000s, and unions weren’t there to demand safeguards. He and other experts said the shift to non-union mines and the increasing use of contractors has also meant miners are younger and have less experience. “I hate to see where things have gone,” said the retired miner, who didn’t want his name used because he has family members working in the industry and feared retaliation from coal companies. In the early days, he said, “it was a proud occupation.


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Opinion/Commentary: Value of low-key lifestyle comes to the fore Opinion/Commentary: Value of low-key lifestyle comes to the fore The Blue Ridge Health District’s COVID-19 vaccine site in the former JC Penney at Fashion Square welcomed walk-ins four days a week while it was open. Last month, I turned 16 and was fortunate to get vaccinated against COVID-19. As I sat in the former JC Penney, waiting for my turn at the vaccination station, the kindly volunteer made small talk with me about how funny it was that we were sitting somewhere in between the old shoe and layaway sections. Where there were once work boots and registers, there were now coolers filled with prepped shots and a ropes course to segregate Moderna from Pfizer recipients. All around us were ghosts of the past, as the idea of big crowds of people shopping together only between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. seemed like a faraway memory. “What can’t you wait to do, once you are vaccinated?” said the kindly volunteer. I know as a newly turned 16-year-old, the right answer to that question is to gather with a big group of friends, eat at a restaurant or resume one of my former favorite activities, going to the movies. But what if I kind of like my low-key pandemic life? What if I kind of like my low-key pandemic life? Is it OK to tell people I would love to see them, but I’ve also grown to like binge-watching TV on my own or having quiet time to read? That I have gotten into bird watching, thanks to the barn swallows that built a nest by our front door (which has barely opened in the past 15 months)? I keep reading in the press about how critical it is for teenagers and college students to get vaccinated because we are the age group most out in the world, traveling between different social circles and therefore potentially spreading COVID. While I’m all for everyone who can get vaccinated getting vaccinated, I think there are some of us who may celebrate our immunity by continuing only in the small groups to which we have become accustomed. It’s not that we are afraid of COVID, it’s just that the pandemic taught us that we like a little bit of quiet in our lives. Instead of this being seen as lingering fear of the pandemic, or as depression or anxiety, maybe it’s just introverts being introverts and wanting to hang on to the moment in time where everyone was on the same page with us. Teens who are celebrated are often the TikTok celebrities with millions of followers, or even the Student Council presidents who do the important work of keeping up the spirits of big crowds.