The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires all new miners and contractors to complete 8 hours of training before you start working. Our MSHA Part 46 New Miner Training package will allow you to meet these requirements so that you can start work safely while maintaining compliance.
You’ll learn about the physical characteristics, types, and operations of surface mines, as well as site rules and emergency procedures.
Additionally, the courses cover a wide range of topics from accident prevention, emergency procedures, and first aid/CPR to identifying and reporting environmental, electrical, and chemical hazards on the job site.
Plus, you’ll gain a better understanding of the rights of miners and miners’ representatives.
Based on relevant job tasks, applicable courses will be assigned to obtain your MSHA Part 46 New Miner certification.
Determined by courses assigned per job tasks. Supplemental task training courses are selected from OSHA approved training.
30 CFR 46.5