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West Virginia
Office of Miners' Health Safety &Training
Online Production Reporting


WELCOME PRODUCERS
(http://mhst.wvlink.com)






The West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training is responsible for the enforcement of the West Virginia Mine Safety Laws and Regulations (Chapter 22A Code of WV). As part of that responsibility, production reports are filed with this office
Production reports are filed monthly by the operators for each mine. The law gives them 31 days from the end of the reporting month to file. The reports have to be posted in our office and data compiled and loaded to the website.
To facilitate the filing process, an operator may be able to file reports on line.
If you have been approved to file reports on line, please login by clicking on the button at the bottom right of this page.
If you would like to submit a request to enter reports on line, please click on the button below to make that request.
If you submit an on line report, please do NOT also mail or fax a paper copy to MHST.





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This page is the public home page for individuals wishing to enter MHST production reports online via the Internet. If you are not doing this now and wish to submit reports online, then click the "Submit a Request to this Office" button above. This button will take you to a form that you will fill out to request permission to submit reports online. If you have already been given permission to submit reports online and you have received your username, then click on the "Login" button above to go to your individual portal.

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Date this page was last updated: 12/10/2018


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Note: The information obtained from these documents is accurate to the best of our knowledge and is not a substitute for current mining laws or regulations. The State of West Virginia is not liable for any damages resulting from any information that unintentionally may be inaccurate or untimely.


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