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MSHA Pt. 46 New Miner Training 6/22/18 Concord - 7:30am-3:30pm
2 Whitney Rd., Suite 11
Concord, NH 03301
Room Number: Eversource Room
All new miners are required by MSHA to complete 24 hours of training in their first 90 days of employment. Our office is now offering a 8 hour generic program that can assist mines in delivering a portion of this training, including:
- The required 4 hours of training that is required by MSHA to be conducted before a new employee can enter a mine site
- A First Aid overview and "The Rules to Live By" segment training that is required by MSHA to be conducted in the first 90 days.
- Other modules which will meet overall MSHA New Miner training requirements
Completion of the New Miner Training and the supporting documentation is the ultimate responsibility of the mine operator, who should compile a list of tasks a miner could be expected to do on a mine site and to spend time reviewing it with the new miner. Part of this training needs to include operation of specific equipment on their mine site, as well as the observation/evaluation of the operation of that equipment.
This training session can also be used to meet requirements for the MSHA Part 46 Refresher requirements if reflected in the Mine's Training Plan. Jim Sievert will be the Instructor for this session.
** This program is funded in part through the federal MSHA State Grants Program.
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