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Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


Note 1: The

information used in determining when rock dusting was performed consisted of

UBB’s own Pre-Shift Examination of Belt Conveyors reports for the hoot owl, day and

afternoon shifts. The symbols noting “dusting performed” were based on notes made by firebosses or belt examiners, such as “ran duster”, “dusted”, etc.., but not when the examiner


simply wrote “cleaned.”



Note 2: Due to the difficulty in reading the handwritten examiners’ notes on the reports and the possibility of error by investigators in interpreting them, some variation may be


found by others interpreting these same reports.


As indicated on the map, the soot/coke created by the explosion/burning of coal dust

is indicated by the levels of burn, low to high.

Also as the map indicates there are sections where no burn is indicated where one

would expect explosion/burn to have taken place, i.e., across the #7 North connector.

When the explosion reaches extremely high speeds, a phenomenon occurs where

there is no burn because the explosion is traveling too fast to create a burn. (F/N)

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