Iron ore mine owner loses bid to keep factory open

ARKSTOWN, Ohio — The owners of an iron ore mine in southwestern Ohio are appealing a judge’s decision to deny a request to shut down the mine.

The Ohio Bureau of Mining and Technology has said that closing the mine would be “an irreparable injury to the environment, human health and the livelihood of its employees.”

The mine’s owners, Iron Ore Inc. and BMO Resources Corp., filed an appeal with the Ohio Supreme Court in Columbus on Monday.

The appeal states that BMO has been providing a “substantial” amount of services to the mine’s employees and that BMD has performed a “significant” amount in a relatively short period of time.

The mine owners argue that the Bureau of Mines has a “provisional” order that allows it to close the mine if the owners submit a plan to keep the facility open.

The miners also want to avoid a “troubling precedent” that would allow the state to seize assets in the event of an emergency.

The mine owners are seeking to avoid the forfeiture of assets in excess of $500,000.BMO’s CEO, Michael Lauterbach, has said he plans to donate the mine to charity and that the mine will remain open as long as it is in business.

Military Industrial Complex’s event industry council: ‘Our business model is based on the ability to grow and innovate’

The event industry group of the Military Industrial Council is hosting an industry event in Houston this weekend.

The military has a large industrial component to its operations.

The group has held several event industry events since 2009.

It has held two events this year in Houston.

In May, it held an event at the Houston Marriott Marquis and the National Press Club.

In July, it hosted a meeting with the military press corps at the Marriott Marquim in Washington.

In January, it launched a digital-media program that included video-conferencing and video-sharing with military members and their families.

The 5 industries where women and minorities are most at risk of assault

An investigation into the prevalence of sexual assault in the manufacturing and industrial sectors found that a majority of assaults occur in the industry, with the bulk of victims of violence coming from other groups. 

Researchers at the University of Western Australia conducted an extensive analysis of data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BCSPR) to examine how many assaults were perpetrated against a person, and whether or not the person had a reason to report the incident. 

A significant majority of those who reported an assault were women and, as the research found, the vast majority of women reported being assaulted in their workplace.

The study, titled The 5 Industries Where Women and Minorities Are Most at Risk of Assault, was published by The Conversation on Monday. 

The authors found that while manufacturing is a significant source of violence in the industrial sector, it was less likely for women to report sexual assault than other industries. 

They also found that of the 6,500 assaults committed by women in the past 12 months, only 0.9% of them were reported to the police. 

This means that of those women who reported sexual assault to the authorities, only 1 in 7 were investigated by the police, the study found. 

For the most part, the rate of violence against women in manufacturing and the other industrial sectors was lower than in other industries, but it was still more than double that of other occupations. 

“Manufacturing is a particularly dangerous industry in Australia, with almost 40 per cent of all reported assaults occurring in the workplace,” the study authors wrote.

“This is because manufacturing requires an intimate relationship to operate effectively. 

Women and people of colour are more likely to be sexually assaulted in this industry.”‘

We need to make this a cultural issue’The study was based on data from ABS and BCSPR, the two data collection agencies that collect and report on workplace safety issues.

“The ABS has a history of being the data collector for the industries, which means that they have a strong data base for the industry,” said Dr Amy Johnson, the lead researcher from the University’s Department of Industrial Relations and the ABS’ senior data scientist.

“In the workplace, there’s a very strong correlation between workplace safety and a strong workplace culture.”

The study examined data from nearly 1.5 million incidents involving sexual assaults, robberies and serious assaults reported to police in Australia from 2008 to 2017. 

According to the ABS, women reported sexual assaults at an almost equal rate to men. 

However, the report found that the rates of sexual violence were lower for women in different industries.

The researchers identified the industries most at-risk of violence as the mining, manufacturing and transport sectors. 

While the researchers also looked at workplace safety, the researchers did not focus on workplace conditions, which may have contributed to the lower rate of reporting in the industries.

“We need more data about what it is like for people in the labour force and people in these industries to work in these settings,” Dr Johnson said.

“It’s about how we are setting up these workplaces, and it’s about the culture.”

The study also highlighted the fact that some industries were more vulnerable to workplace violence than others.

“There are more than 30 industries where the rate is less than 0.5 per cent, for example, mining and oil and gas, but there are other industries where it’s around 0.8 to 1.0 per cent,” Dr Martin said.

The research was based upon data collected between 2008 and 2017.

The report was released at the Australian Federal Police’s national conference in Sydney on Monday night, with delegates from the industries also attending.

Topics:crime,law-crime-and-justice,sexual-offences,health,women,social-policy,women-in-finance,australiaFirst posted January 17, 2018 12:27:16Contact Rebecca MabeyMore stories from Australia