MSHA New Miner Training @ Safety Solutions and Supply
About this Training Course
Safety Solutions and Supply provides the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Certified Experienced Miner Refresher Training. This program includes 8 hours of classroom training per the requirements of MSHA part 46 and part 48. In addition, all students will receive an official 5000-23 certificate of completion, approved by the U.S. Department of Labor—Mine Safety and Health Administration.
Safety Solution and Supply MSHA Certified Instructors will provide an excellent overview of the mining process and general information on local mining concerning surface mining activities. The program will also cover other important topics, including but not limited to the following:
- Recent Statistics
- Leading causes of accidents/fatalities
- Safety / Hazards / Risks
- Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
- Miner Rights
- Legal Responsibilities
- Safety Equipment Inspection
- Escape / Rescue Plans & Considerations
- Traffic Control Guidelines
- Fall Protection
MSHA New Miner Training Requirements?
A newly employed miner must complete new miner training within a specified period after starting work at a mine. If the miner is considered experienced, the miner must receive “experienced miner” training. After completing this initial “experienced miner” or “new miner” training, the miner is then subject to all other training required for “experienced miners” at the mine. MSHA part 46 and part 48.