Preliminary findings by the Labor Inspection Office found two violations of worker safety rules, including excess levels of methane gas.
Workers began their protest after five workers were poisoned in a mine shaft.
Georgia’s newly adopted law on labour safety is lacking statutes on workers’ rights due a narrow definition of safety.
Despite a new labour safety bill, Georgia’s construction sites remain a deathtrap for workers.
Authorities have accused six Tkibuli administrators and another mine owner for operating workplaces that violated safety regulations.
The group are demanding the mining company improve safety conditions in the mines after six miners were killed earlier in April.
Miners were demanding higher pay, collective contracts, and safe working conditions.
Trade unions say Zaza Abramashvili, 45, was forced to work in a ‘high-risk’ area.
Workers are protesting ‘severe violations’ of the labour code, and an unsafe work environment.