Bureau of Mines (Taiwan)

Coordinates: 25°02′40.6″N 121°31′15.9″E / 25.044611°N 121.521083°E / 25.044611; 121.521083

The Bureau of Mines (BOM; Chinese: 經濟部礦務局; pinyin: Jīngjì Bù Kuàng Wù Jú) is the government agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan).

Bureau of Mines
經濟部礦務局
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Agency overview
Formed11 February 1970 (as Taiwan Provincial Bureau of Mines)
1 July 1999 (as BOM)
JurisdictionTaiwan (ROC)
HeadquartersZhongzheng, Taipei
Agency executive
Parent agencyMinistry of Economic Affairs
Websitewww.mine.gov.tw

HistoryEdit

On 11 February 1970, the Taiwan Provincial Government merged the Coal Industry Regulatory Committee, Second Section of Reconstruction Department governing mine safety and Second Division of Industry and Mine Inspection Committee overseeing inspection of mine safety into Taiwan Provincial Bureau of Mines. On 1 July 1999, it was put under the Ministry of Economic Affairs as Bureau of Mines.

Organizational structuresEdit

  • Mine administration
  • Mine safety
  • Mine assistance
  • Soil and rock divisions
  • Eastern district office
  • Secretary
  • Accounting
  • Personnel and civil service ethics offices[1]

TransportationEdit

The headquarter office is accessible within walking distance west of Shandao Temple Station of Taipei Metro.

DirectorsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bureau of Mine. MOEA - Organization History". mine.gov.tw.
  2. ^ Gerber, Abraham; Chung, Jake (16 June 2017). "Bill will not affect exisiting [sic] mines: Li". Taipei Times. Retrieved 16 June 2017.