Mine Safety and Health Training (MSHA)
Training is an essential part of our mission to keep miners safe and healthy. Our goal is to help the mining industry though our high-quality training programs. Federal law requires that all miners receive basic and annual refresher training. Our approved MSHA training programs provides materials, guidance, and hands-on assistance to help miners and operators meet their training obligations and more.
New/Inexperienced Miner Training
This course covers all aspects of the initial training requirements for owners and operators under 30 CFR Part 48. The objective is to train new/inexperienced miners on the safety and health hazards in the surface metal/non-metal industry. Participants will learn their rights and responsibilities, job related safety procedures and rescue and first aid techniques. This course satisfies the total MSHA requirement for new/inexperienced miner training. Upon completion, students will receive a completed 5000-23 training certificate. This certificate will expire one year after completion. Starting in 2016 participants now receive a First Aid, CPR and AED certificate as part of their training.
- Register for the 24-Hour Surface Metal/Non-Metal New MinerTraining
- Register for the 16-Hour Surface Metal/Non-Metal New Miner Training
- Register for 32-Hour Underground New Miner Training
Our certified trainers can deliver any of our MSHA Courses to fit your schedule. Please contact the MSHA Program Manager at 801.746.SAFE (7233) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an on-site or specially arranged MSHA course.