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FAQ about MSHA New Miner Training

MSHA training, also known as Mine Safety and Health Administration training, is a program that complies with federal law requirements for mining safety and education. Through this course, you can earn your MSHA certification and/or stay current on the basics of mining safety through refresher training.

This course is designed to provide students with basic education on the physical characteristics, types, and operations of surface mines, including emergency procedures, as stated in MSHA Part 46 regulations. This MSHA certification enables miners to legally and safely work in the surface mining environment while complying with Mine Safety and Health Administration requirements.

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We make getting your MSHA hassle-free for mining professionals. Addressing the various aspects of surface mines, this course covers a vast range of hazards and subjects including explosions, chemical hazards, electricity, cave-ins, and more. Resister for MSHA training today, or contact us for more information on OSHA-compliant certifications and training.

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