MSHA New Miner Training
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- Course Delivery: On Demand
- Duration: 8
- Language: English
- Difficulty: Beginner
- Audience: New Surface Miner, Independent Mine Contractor
360Training's MSHA Mining Training package contains 27 courses, including the required 8 hours for MSHA Part 46 compliance training. Whether you are a surface miner or surface miner contractor, start your new job with the best training available. 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. This MSHA Surface Miner Training will help you stay safe and compliant with comprehensive and interactive training content.
The Following Courses Are Included In This Package:
|Course Name||Industry||Course Delivery|
|MSHA - Hazard Determination||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - HazCom Overview||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Mobile Equipment Hazards||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - MSHA Surface Miner Training Overview||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - First Aid/CPR||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Administrative Line of Authority||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Hazards from Weather Conditions||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Emergency Spill Response||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Mine Safety Rules||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Line of Authority Structure||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Environmental Hazards Overview||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Rights of Miner Representatives||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Elements of Electrical Hazards||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Stationary Equipment Hazards||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Mobile and Stationary Equipment Guarding||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Operational Line of Authority||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Reporting Hazards||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Accident Prevention||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Sources of Electrical Hazards||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - MSHA - CFR 30 Overview||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - General Equipment Guarding||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Chemical Hazards Overview||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Rights of Miners||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Mobile Equipment in Mining||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Physical and Electrical Hazards||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Stationary Equipment in Mining||Environmental Health and Safety|
|MSHA - Emergency Procedures||Environmental Health and Safety|
- Chemical Hazards Overview
- Emergency Spill Response
- Hazard Determination
- HazCom Overview
- Mine Safety Rules
- Reporting Hazards
- Elements of Electrical Hazards
- Sources of Electrical Hazards
- Emergency Procedures
- Rights of Miners
- Rights of Miner Representatives
- Environmental Hazards Overview
- Hazards from Weather Conditions
- Mobile Equipment in Mining
- Stationary Equipment in Mining
- General Equipment Guarding
- Mobile and Stationary Equipment Guarding
- Mobile Equipment Hazards
- Stationary Equipment Hazards
- Physical and Electrical Hazards
- MSHA Surface Miner Training Overview
- MSHA - CFR 30 Overview
- Line of Authority Structure
- Operational Line of Authority
- Administrative Line of Authority
- First Aid/CPR
- Accident Prevention
End of Course Instructions
The 5000-23 Training form is available for download (http://www.oshacampus.com/msha-training-online/) by clicking the MSHA 5000-23 Certificate of Training Form. Generally, the person signing the form is the Mine Operator or a person acting on behalf of the operator. For example, a company safety official, a trainer employed or contracted by the operator, or a cooperative instructor (such as, a state grantee). 360training.com does NOT sign the 5000-23 form."
Do you need to take MSHA Part 46?
New or newly hired miners and contractors are required to undergo safety training programs in compliance with MSHA Part 46 regulations. 360training.com offers online MSHA training classes that are designed to meet your regulatory training requirements!
About 360training.com's New Miner Training Program
This web-based learning package from 360training.com has over 8 hours of MSHA-compliant training. The online bundle includes 15 modules that are strategically created using MSHA Part 46 as a guide. 360training.com has consulted with industry experts to ensure that discussions are in line with these required subjects:
- Chemical Hazards
- Site Rules and Reporting Hazards
- Electrical Hazards
- Surface Mines - Physical Characteristics
- Emergency Procedures
- Rights of Miners and their Representatives
- Surface Mines - Types and Operations
- Environmental Hazards
- Hazard Communication
A certificate of completion may be printed upon completing each module. This MSHA-compliant document from 360training.com is comparable to MSHA's 5000-23 form. Reach out to local regulatory authorities for complete MSHA safety training guidelines.
What your registration includes:
- Quality, MSHA-specific online training
- Course available any day, anytime
- Auto-bookmarking - Never lose your work!
- Immediate, downloadable certificate of completion
- On-staff trainer available
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Who Should Take MSHA New Miner Training Online?
360training.com's new miner training package is a convenient learning opportunity for miners and contractors who must complete specific training to satisfy regulatory requirements:
- Surface miners or contractors who work in nonmetal mines
- Workers who are involved in the production of cement, feldspar, granite, kaolin, lime, marble, sandstone, shale, slate, and traprock
New miners must take 4 hours of training prior to working in surface mines–and finish 24 hours of training within 90 days of being hired for the job. Additional training may be required in compliance with job-specific regulatory standards.