Online MSHA Training
Mining companies need to stay focused on prioritizing safety and regulatory oversight.
See the difference a quality safety program can make for your mining operation. HSI is the top provider of online MSHA Part 46 and 48 training.Talk with an MSHA Specialist
Part 48 Surface New Miner
HSI offers part 48 Subpart B New Miner training that covers surface, metal, nonmetal, and coal mines.
Part 48 Refresher
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Part 48 regulations require that surface mining workers complete a minimum of 8 hours of refresher training each year.
Part 46 New Miner
MSHA Part 46 states that surface miner safety training should be made available to anyone working on a mine site.
Part 46 Refresher
To continue to ensure the safety of all those working on mine sites, MSHA requires workers to complete an 8-hour refresher course each year.
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What kind of training do I need?
We get it, it can be difficult to figure out what course you need to take when it comes to mining. Luckily, our MSHA team is made up of industry experts to help you get it right the first time.
As a quick breakdown: regardless of your experience, miners/non-miners are required to complete training before setting foot on a mining site:
- MSHA Part 46: all new surface aggregate miners are required to complete this 24-hour training.
- MSHA Part 46 Refresher: this 8-hour course is required annually as well.
- MSHA Part 48: new miners who intend on working on metal, non-metal mineral, and surface coal mine operations, must take this 24-hour training.
- MSHA Part 48 Refresher: like Part 46, an 8-hour refresher course is required annually, even for experienced miners.
Get the Training You Need When You Need It
Why would you travel across the state or even the country for MSHA training when you can get even better training online today?
We provide engaging, live instruction courses from our certified and experienced instructors for Part 48. We also offer at-your-own pace access to updated, interactive online courses for Part 46.
Need training now? HSI makes it easy for our students and leads the market in class offerings:
New Miner Classes: 2-3 per week
8-Hour Refresher course: daily Monday through Friday
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Frequently Asked Questions
To be eligible to take the refresher you must have received MSHA training in the past 36 months otherwise you would be required to take the 24 hour new miner course again.
Students that complete the 48 new miner and refresher courses will receive a 5000-23 signed by one of our certified MSHA instructors as a printable PDF.
Students that complete the MSHA part 46 training will receive their certificate as a training record that can be used interchangeably with the 5000-23 for the part 46 training according to the 30 CFR. That training record will need to be signed by the person identified as the competent person on the company's training plan.
Yes, anyone doing work on the mine site is required to have MSHA training.
Part 46 covers aggregate mines. Part 48 covers metal, coal, and aggregate mines.
No. There are two parts to MSHA Part 48. Part 48A is the training required to work underground. Part 48B, which is what we offer, is the surface portion of Part 48 training. This training will cover you to work on the surface of any metal, nonmetal, or coal site or any aggregate site that has underground operations.