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Surface Miner Training


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MSHA New Miner Training
  • Credit Hour:
  • Duration: 8.58
  • Price: $150.00

MSHA New Miner Training

This course helps mine operators and mining contractors stay safe and compliant with required training and documentation according to Mine Safety and Health Administration's (MSHA) Title 30 CFR - Part 46 regulations. Train workers at your site, on your schedule, with cost-effective mining safety courses.

This MSHA Mining Training package contains 27 courses, including the required 8 hours of MSHA Part 46 compliancy training. Whether you are a surface miner or surface miner contractor, start your new job the safe way. MSHA Part 46 regulations require new miners to complete 24 hours of training within 90 days of their hire date. Four hours of this training must be completed before beginning work at the mine. Our MSHA Surface Miner Training will help you stay safe and compliant with comprehensive and interactive training content.

MSHA New Miner Training

  • Chemical Hazards (MSHA)
  • Emergency Procedures (MSHA)
  • Environmental Hazards (MSHA)
  • Equipment Hazards (MSHA)
  • Escape Respirators and SCSRs (MSHA)
  • First Aid for Common Injuries (MSHA)
  • First Aid for Emergences (MSHA)
  • First Steps in All First Aid Situations (MSHA)
  • General Physical Characteristics of Surface Mines (MSHA)
  • Hazard Overview (MSHA)
  • Line of Authority (MSHA)
  • Maintaining and Repairing Equipment (MSHA)
  • Physical Hazards (MSHA)
  • Preventing Accidents (MSHA)
  • Respirators (MSHA)
  • Rights and Legal Responsibilities of Miners (MSHA)
  • Site Rules and Hazard Reporting (MSHA)
  • Surface Mine Development, Operations, and Reclamation (MSHA)
  • Typical Surface Mining Equipment (MSHA)
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment (MSHA)
  • Working Around Equipment (MSHA)
  • Working at Night (MSHA)
  • Working in a Confined Space (MSHA)
  • Working on or Near Water (MSHA)
  • Working with Chemicals (MSHA)
  • Working with Electricity (MSHA)
  • Working with Explosives (MSHA)

MSHA New Miner Training

This course helps mine operators and mining contractors stay safe and compliant with required training and documentation according to Mine Safety and Health Administration's (MSHA) Title 30 CFR - Part 46 regulations. Train workers at your site, on your schedule, with cost-effective mining safety courses.

This MSHA Mining Training package contains 27 courses, including the required 8 hours of MSHA Part 46 compliancy training. Whether you are a surface miner or surface miner contractor, start your new job the safe way. MSHA Part 46 regulations require new miners to complete 24 hours of training within 90 days of their hire date. Four hours of this training must be completed before beginning work at the mine. Our MSHA Surface Miner Training will help you stay safe and compliant with comprehensive and interactive training content.

MSHA New Miner Training

  • Chemical Hazards (MSHA)
  • Emergency Procedures (MSHA)
  • Environmental Hazards (MSHA)
  • Equipment Hazards (MSHA)
  • Escape Respirators and SCSRs (MSHA)
  • First Aid for Common Injuries (MSHA)
  • First Aid for Emergences (MSHA)
  • First Steps in All First Aid Situations (MSHA)
  • General Physical Characteristics of Surface Mines (MSHA)
  • Hazard Overview (MSHA)
  • Line of Authority (MSHA)
  • Maintaining and Repairing Equipment (MSHA)
  • Physical Hazards (MSHA)
  • Preventing Accidents (MSHA)
  • Respirators (MSHA)
  • Rights and Legal Responsibilities of Miners (MSHA)
  • Site Rules and Hazard Reporting (MSHA)
  • Surface Mine Development, Operations, and Reclamation (MSHA)
  • Typical Surface Mining Equipment (MSHA)
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment (MSHA)
  • Working Around Equipment (MSHA)
  • Working at Night (MSHA)
  • Working in a Confined Space (MSHA)
  • Working on or Near Water (MSHA)
  • Working with Chemicals (MSHA)
  • Working with Electricity (MSHA)
  • Working with Explosives (MSHA)