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MSHA Part 48 AB Safety Training – Get the 5000-23 Certification

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Federal law requires that all miners receive basic New Miner and Annual Refresher training, and that all mine operators maintain an effective training plan. MSHA provides materials, guidance, and hands-on assistance to help miners and operators meet their training obligations and more.

We offer Online and In-Class On-Site MSHA 5000-23 Safety Training Services for Mining Companies, Contractor’s employees and  individuals. Our training is provided by our MSHA Approved Instructors.

Customized and Convenient Schedules are available all week, morning, afternoon and evenings including Saturday and Sunday. 

Monitored Live Online Training:  Pacific, Central and Eastern Time

We cover every subject required by MSHA Part 48 AB for New and Experienced Miners

PART 48 B New Miner for Surface Only and Surface on Underground in Metal and Non-Metal Mines

Going into the mine for the first time can be intimidating. It is challenging mentally, physically and emotionally. The proper safety training is critical to the individual. Everyone in the mine has to know and be familiar with all the safety rule sand get training completely in all aspects of the mine. If you do not have previous MSHA training, you will need to take the New Miner Safety Training. It provides 24 hours of introductory training with several New Miner topics including Emergencies and First Aid. This training prepares individuals to work at mine operations nationwide. A 32-hour New Miner Training for underground mines is required and it will cover courses that are more specific.

Everyone in the mine has to know and be familiar with all the safety rule sand get training completely in all aspects of the mine.

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Do you have questions? Call us (760) 880-0052 or send us a message: minersafetytraining@gmail.com

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MSHA PART 48 B Annual Refresher training for Surface Operation miners

Msha requires an annual refresher training of 8 hours for experienced miners. As an experienced miner, you are still exposing yourself to injuries, fire, and equipment hazards that may occur at a mine and are typical emergencies. Other emergencies might include earthquakes, landslides, rocks falling, hazardous spills, and hazardous materials. You knowing what to do could be the difference between life and death. Many accidents have occurred due to complacency. This training covers emergency procedures mines have in place for handling emergencies.

After you register for this course you will get an email with additional instructions on how to get to the training room.  

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MSHA CERTIFICATION 5000-23

This is a mandatory collection of information as required by 30 CFR Part 48a and 48b. The Certificate of Training Form 5000-23 provides a means for mine operators to record and certify Part 48 mandatory training received by miners. The training certificates for each miner shall be available at the operator minesite for inspection by MSHA and for examination by the miners, the miner’s representative, and State inspection agencies. At the completion of training, the instructor MUST give the miner a signed copy of the training certificate. The miner shall be entitled to a copy of his training certificate if he quits employment.

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