Description


MSHA Annual Refresher Training

    

Package Description: Welcome to the Surface Miner Training curriculum.  Our Surface Miner Training provides over 8 hours of MSHA Part 46 compliance training. This package includes:  - Over 8 hours of training  - 27 training modules based on MSHA's Part 46 requirements  - An efficient and engaging way to deliver required training  - Access to electronic printable tests and answer guides    

   


The Following Courses Are Included In This Package:


                           

Course Name
Industry
Course Delivery
 MSHA - Accident Prevention
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Administrative Line of Authority
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Chemical Hazards Overview
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Elements of Electrical Hazards
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Emergency Procedures
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Emergency Spill Response
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Environmental Hazards Overview
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - First Aid/CPR
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - General Equipment Guarding
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Hazard Determination
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Hazards from Weather Conditions
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - HazCom Overview
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Line of Authority Structure
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Mine Safety Rules
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Mobile and Stationary Equipment Guarding
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Mobile Equipment Hazards
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Mobile Equipment in Mining
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - MSHA - CFR 30 Overview
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - MSHA Surface Miner Training Overview
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Operational Line of Authority
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Physical and Electrical Hazards
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Reporting Hazards
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Rights of Miner Representatives
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Rights of Miners
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Sources of Electrical Hazards
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Stationary Equipment Hazards
 Environmental Health and Safety
               
 MSHA - Stationary Equipment in Mining
 Environmental Health and Safety
               

    

Topics Covered

  

  • 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


Additional Information


What is MSHA Annual Refresher Training?


MSHA Annual Refresher Training is a Mine Safety and Health Administration course to retrain miners based on the Title 30 CFR - Part 46 regulations and keep them safe and healthy against workplace hazards. The course includes 9 topics, namely, introduction to mining environment, hazard recognition and avoidance, emergency procedures, health and safety aspects of tasks and operations, reporting rules and procedures, statutory miners rights, the line of authority, respiratory devices, and first aid.


The dangers of working in a mining environment are real and always present. To minimize accidents and injuries, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires surface miners and mining contractors to take a safety training course before working in a mine and to complete a refresher program on an annual basis.


360training.com's MSHA Annual Refresher Training meets the initial training requirements specified Title 30 CFR Part 46 regulations. Designed in accordance with MSHA's training guidelines, this online refresher program includes over 8 hours of effective mining specific training.



Who Should Take the MSHA Refresher Training Online?


The MSHA Annual Refresher Training from 360training.com is recommended for surface miners and contractors in nonmetal mines. It is for workers who are involved in the production of cement, granite, sandstone, slate, shale, traprock, kaolin, marble, feldspar, and lime.

According to MSHA Part 46 regulations, surface miners who have completed the new or newly hired miner training must take at least 8 hours of refresher training within 12 months of being on the job, and annually thereafter.


Why Choose 360training.com?



At 360training.com, you're just a few clicks away from strengthening your understanding of mining safety and operations. Get full access to 27 regulatory-compliant training modules, along with printable tests and answer guides. Complete your MSHA annual refresher training at a fraction of the cost of traditional classes!


What Happens Next?


Upon completion of the refresher course, you will receive a certificate or record of training. This MSHA-compliant document from 360training.com is equivalent to MSHA's 5000-23 form. You will need to add the name and identification number of your mine or independent contractor, as well as the name of the competent person who can verify the training you completed. Check out the FAQ


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