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VI. MATERIAL (INCLUDING STONE) HANDLED DURING YEAR.
Report in this section the total quantity of crude ore or crude material and waste handled, including the quantities of ore and waste resulting from exploration and development reported in Section IV, B. "Crude Ore" and "Crude Materials" cover both liquid and solid materials. Quantities of liquid materials such as brides or sea water should be converted from gallons or other Headd measure to short tons, using best approximation. However, if a weight measure cannot be supplied, report in gallons and so indicate by checking "gallops" below.
IF YOU EXPENDED MAN-HOURS DURING YEAR, BUT HANDLED NO MATERIAL, CHECK HERE O.
VII. MINING METHODS DURING YEAR. IF no material was handled during year, CHECK HERE O.
IF all material reported in VI was from exploration and development, CHECK HERE O
ground percentages should total 100% and surface percentages should total 100%. IF ALL MATERIAL HANDLED WAS SHIPPED FROM SURFACE STOCKPILES SHOW 100% FOR ITEM B.2 AND/OR ES A. UNDERGROUND-Include "underground quarrying." Per B. SURFACE Percentages should add to 100%. centages should add to 100%.
Open-pit or open quarrying: Open stopes (or rooms) naturally supported :
1. Drilling and blasting followed by me 1. Small stopes (without pillars).
chanical loading and hauling... 2. Sublevel stopes (without pillars)
2. Mechanical loading and bauling pot pre
ceded by drilling and blasting. (Include 3. Casual pillars (random pillars).
mecbanical loading and hauling from 4. Room and pillar (regular pillars).
stockpiles, mine dumps, and talling piles) Stopes (or rooms) artificially supported :
3. Hand methods... 5. Shrinkage stopes...
5. Drilling or cutting without blasting6. Cut-and-All stopes.
8. Other (Specity) 7. Stulled (timber posts) stopes.
Other surface mining: 8. Square-set stopes..
7. Dredging.... Caved stopes (or rooms):
8. Mechanical excavation and confloat wash9. Block caving...
ing----10. Sublevel caving.
9. Small-scale band placer mining11. Top slicing..
10. Hydraulicking. 12. Longwall methods.
11. Pumping from wells, ponds, or stations... Other activities :
18. Otber (Specity) 14. Other methods or combinations (Please describe).
100% B. SURFACE (Continued)
14. If open-pit or quarry and no benches or terraces, give average height of working face or average depth of pit
MAY THE BUREAU OF MINES DISCLOSE YOUR INDIVIDUAL DATA? Yes
The signature on this report constitutes a consent to the publication of the Individual company data in this report unless the blank designated "NO" in the preceding sentence has been ebecked.
(Name of person signing report)
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OTICE: 12-0-454254
Budget Bureau No. 42-R090.14. (October 1962)
Approval Expires Aug. 91. 1964 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
INDIVIDUAL COMPANY DATA-
checking the box marked NO in quesINJURIES AND EMPLOYMENT
tion immediately preceding the signa
ture, the data furnished in this report IN QUARRIES AND MILLS— 1962
will be treated in confidence by the
Department of the Interior, excepe (Includes reporting of all dimension, crushed or broken
that they may be disclosed to defense stone operations, and coment and lime plant) LIMESTONErencies. RETAIN A COPY FOR YOUR FILES
Name and location of quarry:
Name 3093 Lesick Son Conservation Coor
Name and location of processing plant: ote Setorte, do tack scoil
Name $420 cong (O... (Schoharie)
(Please indicate any change necessary for correct name and address)
Section 2 (a) of the Act of September 26, 1961 (P.L. 87-300, 75 Scat. 649), authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to require reports Erom the operator of any metal or non metallic mine, incuding stone quarries, for the purpose of gathering data and information nec. essary for i study covering the causes and prevention of injuries, health hazards, and other health and safery conditions in metal and noametallic mines (excluding coal and lignite). Therefore, please reply to the following questions and return this form, &c. companied by related Form 6-1465SX for each disabling work injury or occupational disease, as promptly as possible in the enclosed envelope, which requires ao postage. PLEASE COMPLETE THE FRONT AND BACK PAGES OF THIS FORM EVEN THOUGH YOU HAD NO DISABLING WORK INJURIES TO REPORT FOR THE YEAR. A separate report should be prepared for each quarry and processing plant that you operated during the year. Your cooperation is appreciated.
1. EMPLOYMENT DATA Report data for all men engaged in production, development, construction, maintenance, and repair work, including supervisory and techBaal personnel at the operation. Include proprietors and firm members (owners, partners, or operators) performing manual labor or supersary dutxes. Repert separate data on all office werkers at the operation.
*Indude all open quarry operations up to but excluding the primary (course) crusher. Include transportation of stone or material to or from quarry face. Inclucke home parts, etc., that are attached and only serve the open quarry. In conjunction with cement plants only, include information on captive day and shale operations with quarry mine data.
lacude a processing plant operations (crusher, cement mill, limekiln, &c.) beginning with the primary crusher through to storage or transporting of product bumpescuing piane
Isclude al surface shops. yards, or other suxiliary work that service the processing plant or that are noe specifically attached to the open or underground quarry. * Include all office workers at the quarry and processing plant.
Moore answer all questions on this page whildh ply to your operation
If you had NO DISABLING WORK INJURIES• during the year, please check block ocherwise, complete and attach to this report an
Also, complete Summary or
individual Form 6-1465SX, "Employer's Report of Metal or Nonmetallic Mine lajury" for each disabling injury. Disabling Work Injuries, listed below.
A disabling work injury is one which occurs in the course of and arises out of employment, irrespective of whether the injury is compensable or noncompensabile and whether or not your establishment was operating on the days following the date of injury. The term "injury includes a perenal disease A disabling injury is one which results in deach or permanent impairment or which remporarily disables the worker for one full day or more after the day of injury.
2. If any new quarries were operated in your vicinity during the past year, give names and addresses of the operators:
3. MAY THE BUREAU OF MINES DISCLOSE YOUR INDIVIDUAL DATA? YES NO
The signature on this report constitutes a consent to the publication of the INDIVIDUAL COMPANY DATA in this report unless the blank designated NO in the preceding sentence has been checked.
U.S. SOVERENT PRIRTING ONTKE, INO
office copy 1963
in the printepal
Budget Bureau No. 44-R002.14. WORK INJURIES
Approval expires Nov. 30. 1904.
NEW YORK STATE DEPT. OF LABOR
BO CENTRE STREET
(Return one copy to above address)
Report NEW YORK STATE operations only 32-10095 MASICK SOIL CONSERVATION CO SCHCHARIENY
Please complete this report whether or not there were any disabling inju.
ries. See separate instruction sheet.
IP code) 1. EXPOSURE DATA, 1963. (See instructions I.)
III. INJURY SUMMARY, 1963. (See instructions III.) Piese complete the section eren though there were so desbileg inJarles.) Report all disabling (or "lost-time") injuries arising out of 1. Average number of employees
employment; include occupational diseases. (Enter average for year; include
DO NOT count any case in more than one section. all classes of employees).
If no disabling injuries during year, enter "O" on line 11. 2. Total hours worked by all em
Time charges 2000
of a ployees during entire year
(e over) & Operations: If hours averaged less than 1,500 or more than 7. Deaths 2,500 per employee, please supply the following data:
(All deaths resulting from 1963 work injuries,
regardless of time between injury and death.) Hours per
(Describe over) Average week per Number
employment per og of weeks Peak operations.
8. Permanent-total impairments
9. Permanent partial impairments
(Alno inelude unrepaired Inguinal hersins.) Comment
DAYS OP 10. Temporary disabilities
DISABILITY II. NATURE OF BUSINESS. (See instructions II.) (All work injuries, not reported above, which
(Total days disabled worker for full calendar day or more
lost, including after the day of Injury.)
Saturdays and 4. Principal type of activity of this establishment (1.e., manufac
Sundays) taring, wholesale, retail, construction, public utility, etc.):
(a) Disabilities of 1, 2, or 3 days 2 mas
us 3. Enter or portanee the
Percent of total
6) Disabilities of 4 or more products anufactured, lines of trade, anual sales value
days each (except inguinal specific services, or other activities.
or receipts, 1993
SUPPLEMENTARY DESCRIPTIONS AND COMMENTS Describe below all deaths, permanent impairments, and cases of unknown duration. If there is any question as to how or whether & case should be reported, please describe fully. 7. Deaths
(include all deaths resulting from work injuries which occurred during report year, regardless of the time betwren injury and death, Sce instructions OTI-Ite 1)
8 and 9. Permanent impairments (Include amputations, permanent loss of use of members or parts of members of the body, permanent impairment of fanettons, ed
unrepaired inguinal hernia Sec lostructions Ill--Items 8 and 9.)
10(d) Cases of unknown duration (For cases still open, else total day loat to date and doelor's best estimate of additional days before employee will be able të sek.
or extent of probable permanent impairment. For other cases, give as many detalls as possible.)