Part 46 New Miner Training
Courses in this Collection
- Electrical Hazards
- Emergency Evacuation and Fire Escape
- First Aid
- Ground Control
- Hazard Communication (MSHA)
- Health and Safety Aspects of Assigned Tasks
- Introduction to Work Environment
- Line of Authority
- Mandatory Health and Safety Standards
- Miner Rights
- Prevention of Accidents
- Self-Rescue and Respiratory Devices
- Transportation Controls and Communication Systems
Imagine that you need some sort of MSHA training but you can’t attend a classroom.
Did you know that you can obtain your Part 46 new and refresher training online?
Our MSHA training allows you to remain in your home while receiving the required training you need.
Benefits of doing your MSHA training online:
- No travel time
- No hotel costs
- Provides the best training right in the convenience of your office or home
- Gain your MSHA certification from anywhere
All you’ll need in order to participate in the virtual classroom is:
- An internet connection
- Webcam and microphone
And if you’re not tech-savvy? Don’t worry, we will ensure that your setup will work properly after we run you through our systems check, prior to beginning the class.
What kind of training do I need?
The type of mine you work determines which MSHA mine safety training you are required to complete.
MSHA Part 46 states that surface miner safety training should be made available to multiple types of workers. This includes rank and file miners and supervisors, as well as contractors and construction workers. Even if you are not directly involved in mining operations, but you work at a mine, you are entitled to receive site-specific miner safety training.
The number of hours you need is also based on the surface miner training you require. For instance, MSHA requires all new miners to complete 24 hours of training while every miner must complete 8 hours of refresher training every year.
Once you finish your Part 46 surface miner training course, you’ll receive a certificate stating that you’ve completed miner safety training. You can give this to your employer as a record of your training.
If you need more information, help to determine which training you need in order to meet requirements, or are wondering how to get this course for more than one person, contact an MSHA Specialist at 844-468-6742 during business hours of 7:00AM to 5:00PM PST.
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