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MSHA Part 46 Annual Refresher 2022 (8 Hours)


Description
This course is structured to meet the requirements of MSHA Part 46.8 Annual Refresher training. This course is intended for the experienced miner or mine contractor that has already taken New Miner training (24 hours). You will be required to send us a copy of your most recent MSHA certificate before we can issue you a new one.

MSHA requires that your company has a training plan before receiving training. Mine Safety Campus must be added to your training plan as competent trainers for Annual Refresher. In this course, you can download an addendum page to insert into your training plan. This ensures your training plan coincides with the training you received in this course. Don't have an MSHA training plan? Contact us and we can provide one at a minimal cost. Training plans are required by MSHA and will be asked for by the MSHA inspector.

Will I Get a MSHA Certificate?

Upon completion of the course a generic certificate will be generated. This certificate is only to show completion of the course for your supervisor or Safety Representative. Once your instructor verifies you have met all the requirements, he will email you a MSHA 5000-23 training certificate. The person listed on your training plan as the person responsible for health and safety must sign your training certificate to be valid. MSHA does not allow third party trainers like us to sign training certificates under Part 46.

Is Any Additional Training Required?

If you are currently employed at a mine you are required to learn about any mine changes in the last year that affects your health and safety. This training can be conducted by mine management or safety representative. If you are a mine contractor currently working at a mine you can request this training from mine management. If there were no changes at the mine that affect your health or safety, then no additional training is required. You will learn about common mine changes in this course. Mine operators are required to train contractors on any site-specific hazards before you begin work at a mine and annually thereafter.

Why Choose Mine Safety Campus for your MSHA training needs?

This course was developed by a veteran professional with over 20 years of mine safety experience. This course meets all MSHA requirements and uses a platform that makes training easy and fun.
Content
  • Course Introduction
  • Course Tutorial Video
  • Accident Trends
  • 2021 Fatality Overview
  • What Causes Accidents?
  • Site Specific Training
  • Section 1 Quiz
  • Changes at the Mine that Affect Safety
  • Changes At Your Mine & Common Mine Changes
  • Section 2 Quiz
  • Electrical Hazards
  • Dangers of Low Voltage Electricity
  • MSHA Lock Out Tag Out Standards
  • Off Road Machines Lock Out Tag Out Try Out
  • Never Walk By an Unsafe Act
  • MSHA Lockout Tagout Handout
  • Section 3 Quiz
  • Fire Warning, firefighting, and evacuation Procedures
  • Fire Extinguishers and Inspections
  • How To Properly Use A Fire Extinguisher
  • Stop the Fire In It's Tracks
  • Emergency & Evacuation Procedures
  • Managing a Mine Emergency
  • Emergency & Evacuation Exercise 1
  • Emergency & Evacuation Exercise 2
  • Section 4 Quiz
  • Illumination & Night Work
  • The Hazards of Working at Night
  • Section 5 Quiz
  • Statuatory Rights of Miners
  • Miners Rights and Responsibilities
  • Miners Rights Handout
  • Section 6 Quiz
  • Traffic Patterns and Controls
  • Traffic Control for Surface Mine Operations
  • Traffic Control Guidlines
  • Fatalities Involving Large Mining Equipment
  • Section 7 Quiz
  • Prevention of Accidents
  • Steps to Preventing Accidents
  • Hazard Recognition Through Workplace Examinations
  • Equipment Pre-Shift Inspections
  • MSHA's Risk Assessment (SLAM)
  • Good Housekeeping Prevents Accidents
  • Section 8 Quiz
  • Powered Haulage
  • Mobile Equipment Safety
  • Preventing Powered Haulage Accidents at Surface Mines
  • Powered Haulage Be Alert, Be Ready
  • Seat Belts Saves Lives
  • MSHA Seat Belt Success Story
  • Powered Haulage Collision Prevention Handout
  • Conveyor Safety in Mining
  • Section 9 Quiz
  • Fall Prevention and Protection
  • The Hierarchy of Fall Protection
  • The ABC's of Fall Protection
  • Fall Protection Can Save Your Life
  • Always Ultilize the Proper PPE for the Task
  • Fall Protection Handout
  • Section 10 Quiz
  • Health
  • Silica Safety Awareness
  • Stop Silicosis
  • MSHA Respiratory Protection Awareness
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Cold Weather Safety Tips
  • Cold Stress Handout
  • Heat Stress Safety Tips
  • Heat Stress Handout
  • Section 11 Quiz
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • PPE Standards
  • PPE For Safety
  • Why You Need a Hard Hat
  • Eye Injuries Are Preventable
  • MSHA Hearing Protection Handout
  • Section 12 Quiz
  • Hazards of Working Around Water
  • Safety Around Water in Mining
  • Water-Related Fatality Handout
  • Section 13 Quiz
  • Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
  • Hazardous Chemical Safety
  • HAZCOM-What You Need to Know
  • MSHA HAZCOM Handout
  • SDS Handout
  • Section 14 Quiz
  • First Aid Refresher
  • CPR/AED Refresher
  • How To Stop Bleeding
  • How to Treat Someone for Shock
  • Eye Injury First Aid
  • Choking & Abdominal Thrusts
  • How To Treat Burns
  • How To Properly Use A First Aid Kit
  • Section 15 Quiz
  • Conclusion
  • The Unsafe Risk Taker
  • Don't Take Short Cuts
  • Make it Safe, Make it Personal, Make it Home
  • Conclusion
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 1 year