The MSHA (Mine Safety & Health Administration) 8 hour refresher is a course designed to meet the needs of the mining community for the required MSHA annual training. Topics include: review of accidents, accident prevention, fall protection, transportation and ground controls and other topics as applicable and as time allows.
This inspection season, MSHA will be focusing on air and noise contamination. Learn as much as you can about these requirements, and fix such hazards at your site. Also of interest has been the new Hazard Communication standard.
Other focuses for this year include the following areas, and tickets are being written in these areas:
56.9101 – Operating Speeds and Control of Equipment
56.12017 – Work on Power Circuits 56.14101 (a) – Brake Performance
56.14105 – Procedures During Repairs or Maintenance
56.14130 (g) & 56.1413 (a) – Seat Belt Use
56.14205 – Machinery, Equipment, & Tools Used Beyond Design 56.14207 – Parking Procedures for Unattended Equipment 56.15005 – Safety Belts and Lines 56.16002 – Bins, Hoppers, Silos, Tanks and Surge Piles
To register for this event please fill out the form below.