A suitable record book shall be kept at the mine office of every mine wherein fire
bosses are employed, and immediately after the examination of the mine or any portion
thereof, by a fire boss, he shall enter and sign a record of the examination in the
book with ink. The record shall clearly show the time taken in making the examination, the nature
and location of any danger discovered in the mine, and what has been done to correct
dangerous conditions. If any danger is discovered, the fire boss shall immediately report its location
to the mine foreman, or in his absence to the assistant mine foreman in charge, who
shall take immediate action to remove the danger. When a station is located inside a mine the fire boss shall enter and sign a report
both in the record book kept there and in a record book in the mine office on the
surface. The record books of the licensee shall at all times during working hours be accessible
to the mine inspector and the miner or his representative.
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