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MSHA 4-Hour New Miner site entry training will provide the basics of staying safe and healthy around some common mine hazards. It also provides important information that all new miners should know, like miner’s rights and responsibilities, the roles and responsibilities of supervisors, and miner’s representatives.
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations requires that new miners complete no less than 4 hours of training before they enter a mine site.
The MSHA 4-Hour New Miner Site Entry Training is designed to provide the fundamentals of staying safe and healthy around common mine hazards, as well as provide important that all new miners should know. Such topics include the miner’s rights and responsibilities, as well as the roles and responsibilities of supervisors and miner’s representatives.
This online safety course adheres to regulations that require mine operators and/or independent contractors to provide no less than four hours of training for new miners before they enter a mine site.
Upon successful completion of this course, each participant will receive 0.4 Continuing Education Units (CEOs) and four Contact Hours received for this IACET-approved course.
Notice: The MSHA 4-Hour New Miner Site Entry Training course is only applicable to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Title 30, Part 46 regulations for non-coal surface mining. This training does not fulfil Part 48 training requirements. Please contact the mine you are planning to enter to ensure whether you must complete Part 46 or Part 48 training. To learn more about the MSHA news release
The MSHA 4-Hour New Miner Site Entry Training from OSHA Education School is intended for all those individuals who work or intend to work at a surface mine site, such as an applicable mine for sand, gravel, or crushed stone. Individuals who will specifically benefit from this training include the following: