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We go into several mines... surface mostly but some underground to work on scales. Because of that, we are considered miners from what I understand and have to have training plans for parts 46 and 48 and get my guys trained. Does anyone have any online resources for this???

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www.globalminetraining.com.au, Have a look at this site it may provide some of what you need
I don't know if this will be of any use Heather
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Mine Safety Training, Inc. provides the most thorough and up-to-date training available for workers involved in the mining industry, from the simplest safety meeting to the most technical comprehensive training. Our classroom training and customized on-site field training classes meet and exceed MSHA requirements and are taught by a team of experienced Certified Mine Safety Professionals. The instructional materials, from concept to delivery, are produced in-house and are available in printed form as well as VHS, CD, DVD and Computer Based Training Programs. Our team has taught over 10,000 people from all over the United States, as well as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia and Japan.

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Safety Meeting Videos: The safety meeting videos make training your personnel easy and cost effective. The topics are all mining related. Each safety meeting video comes complete with instructor guide, quiz and sign in sheet. The following is a partial list of safety meeting videos:

Attitude
Blasting
Battery Safety
Fire Extinguishers
Heat Hazards
Oxygen/Acetylene Safety
Pre-shift Inspection
Workplace Inspection
Task Training Series: Mine Safety Training has developed a series of task training videos with accompanying employee handbooks for specific tasks in the mining industry, which when used properly by a competent person will help a mining company meet the MSHA 30 CFR Part 46 requirements for task training. Each task training series gives the instructor the basic information needed to instruct the mine employee on a particular task and also gives information on other jobs that may be considered closely related to the task or that companies may consider part of the original task. The following is a partial list of the task training series:

Haul Truck Operator
Front End Loader Operator
General Laborer
Backhoe/Excavator Operator
Maintenance/Welder/Machine Person
Computer Based Training: The computer based training program is a self-paced interactive learning tool. It presents information and tests knowledge about a particular subject. Progression and successful completion of each course are determined by the appropriate response entered for each question. The following is a partial list of our computer-based training:

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What Would You Do?
Conveyor Safety
Escape From A Fire
Hazard Recognition
Customized Training: Mine Safety Training offers customized, on-site training. We work one on one with companies to customize training to meet individual training needs. The following is a partial list of our customized training:

New Miner Training
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Crane Training
Confined Space
Conveyor Safety
Defensive Operator
National Safety Council Defensive Driving
Plant Maintenance Electrical Training
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Equipment Train-the-Trainer
Training Programs: Mine Safety Training offers several training programs that you would need to complete your training classes. The training programs are self contained including videos (or DVDs), class outlines, instructor training guide, quizzes and training certificates.

Printed Material: Mine Safety Training offers printed materials to supplement your training. Currently, we offer Annual Refresher Training Books, New Miner First Day Training Books and Task Training Books on the following tasks: Haul Truck Operator, Front End Loader Operator, General Laborer, Backhoe/Excavator Operator, Maintenance/Welder/Machine Person.



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this looks great thanks!!!

Does anybody know where I can find a sample/template for MSHA "wet pit rock quarry? Program/Manual?

 

Thanks!

 

Luke

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