MSHA New miner Training
Safety Solutions and Supply offers a 24-hour training course to new miners to meet MSHA’s requirements under Title 30, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 48, Subpart B. Participants will receive an MSHA 5000-23 certificate that allows access to the Florida Phosphate Producers mine sites upon completion.
MSHA-certified instructors will give an overview of the mining process, including:
- Recent statistics
- Leading causes of accidents/fatalities
- Job safety analysis (JSA)
- Miner rights
- Legal responsibilities
- Safety equipment inspection
- Escape/rescue plans and considerations
- Traffic control guidelines
- Fall protection
MSHA New Miner Training Requirements?
A newly employed miner must complete new miner training within a specified period after starting work at a mine. If the miner is considered experienced, the miner must receive “experienced miner” training. After completing this initial “new miner” training, the miner is subject to all other training required for “experienced miners” at the mine.
Safety Solutions and Supply—Make Your Safety a Company Asset
Our qualified professionals specialize in developing and supporting your company personnel through safety training programs, general consulting services, program development, and selecting the appropriate personal protective equipment for your team. Using only leading industry best practices, we are committed to creating a more productive and safe work environment within your organization and pride ourselves on our ability to create a customized safety solution tailored to your needs.
On-Demand Scheduling: Training programs can be booked as needed—Call 866-537-2262 to schedule your next class. Three training formats are offered: on-campus training at our facility, on-site training at your company, or online training. Each student will receive a personalized training card with a log of completed classes. In addition, use our Training & Education Activity Manager (TEAM) Database to track employees’ training online.
Upcoming Training Classes
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