Mine Safety & Health (MSHA) 16-Hour Training for
New Metal / Non-Metal Surface Miners
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This training is intended to instruct the general aspects of the initial training requirements for owners and operators under 30 CFR Part 48. The course focuses on training new/inexperienced miners on the safety and health hazards in the surface meta/non-metal industry.
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Jon Related Safety Procedures and Rescue
- First Aid Techniques
Site Specific Training
The Mine Safety and Health Administration requires inexperienced or new miners to receive 24 hours of training prior to being issued a 5000-23 certificate. Site-specific task and hazard awareness training will not be included in this training session because of student diversity. The 16- Hour training is tailored for individuals who will receive an additional 8-hour of site-specific training from the mine operator. The site-specific training must be conducted at the mine site according to the mine operator's training plan if required and provided by the mine operator.
On-Site Training Available
We offer client-site training, which is a convenient, flexible and effective way to get your students trained. With our certified instructors and content development team, we are able to tailor training according to your Standard Operating Procedures. Courses can be coordinated on-site at your location or at our training facility, depending on your preference. For scheduling please either submit an inquiry form or contact our Training Department at 800-230-6944.