« ZurückWeiter »
The Annual Examination was held at Stafford on 10th and 11th April, when 16 Candidates presented themselves for examination for first-class Certificates, and 25 for second-class Certificates; 4 of the former and 13 of the latter were successful.
The names of the successful Candidates were as follow:—
First Class-Lawrence Clive; Chris. Hatton; Claude Tryon; J. P. Winstanley. Second Class --John Allmark; R. Caddick; A. Cartwright; Dacre Croudace; I. J. Daker; F. W. Dennis; John Edwards; Arthur Hinks; H. Hodgkinson; Isaac Mould; Joseph Shaw; William Tatham; William Wysom.
The questions set in the Examination are given in Appendix III.
A list of plans, verified by comparison with the working plans, amended where necessary, and forwarded to the Home Office during the year, for preservation, is given in Appendix IV.
I have pleasure in reporting that no fatal accidents occurred during the year 1906,
and there were only two slight non-fatal accidents reported.
SUMMARY OF FATAL and NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS, classified according to PLACE
There were no prosecutions under the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act.
The following tables show particulars respecting the use of explosives in mines under the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act:
REPORT UNDER THE QUARRIES ACT.
Showing the NUMBER of PERSONS (A) ordinarily, and (B) occasionally employed in Quarries under the Quarries Act, in the Stafford Inspection District, during the year 1906.
OUTPUT OF MINERALS.
SHOWING the OUTPUT of MINERALS from Quarries under the Quarries Act, in the Stafford Inspection District, during the Year 1906.
SHOWING the NUMBER of PERSONS employed in getting and moving the Mineral, and the amount of Mineral gotten at Quarries exceeding 20 feet in depth, where the Minerals are used for the Manufacture of Bricks, Tiles, and other Fictile Goods, in the Counties of Hereford, Salop, Stafford, and Worcestershire, for the Year 1906 :
During the year five fatal and 56 non-fatal accidents were reported, resulting in five deaths and injuries to 56 persons. The corresponding figures for the previous year were four deaths and 55 persons injured.