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MSHA launches new website; still accepting feedback

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Arlington, VA – The Mine Safety and Health Administration unveiled its new website on Feb. 11.

The new website is intended to be easier to use, with better organization and enhanced search function, according to the agency.

MSHA received about 200 comments from the public regarding the beta version of the website and incorporated some of the feedback into the new design.

The agency will continue to accept comments on the website via email at MSHAWebContent@dol.gov or by clicking on the “Submit Website Feedback” tab on the right side of each page on the website.

“The new MSHA.gov is a constant work-in-progress and we will continue to enhance the site over time. Please continue to submit your feedback to help us improve,” MSHA Administrator Joseph A. Main wrote in a statement to stakeholders.

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