MSHA New Miner Training

Get the training you need to become a new surface miner with our MSHA Part 46 New Miner Training. Covers surface mine operations, hazards, and more.

  • Meets MSHA training requirements
  • Tailor-made for new surface miners
  • Innovative, modern course layout
  • Includes interactive elements
100% Online At Your Own Pace
Developed by Certified Safety Experts
Certificate Upon Completion
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The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires all new miners and contractors to complete MSHA Part 46 New Miner Training before they begin working in surface mines. This training can help reduce the risk of accidents and enhance the overall safety culture within the mining industry. It helps new miners navigate potential hazards and comply with regulations, fostering a safer work environment for both themselves and their colleagues.

You can learn how to work safely as a new surface miner with our MSHA Part 46 New Miner Training. This training covers mine operations, site rules, emergency procedures, and hazard identification. Gain a comprehensive understanding of safety protocols, including accident prevention, emergency response, and first aid/CPR. Ideal for new surface miners in various surface nonmetal mines, including shell dredging, sand, gravel, surface stone, and more. Enroll now to start your safe and compliant mining journey! 

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