MSHA Training

 MSHA training is required for all employees and independant contractors working in or around mining operations that are:

  • engaged in mining operations, including developing, drilling, blasting, extracting, milling, crushing, screening or sizing materials, or hauling materials within the mine;
  • a maintenance or service worker, working on mining equipment for frequent (a pattern of recurring exposure) or extended periods (more than five consecutive work days); or
  • a construction worker who is exposed to hazards of mining operations for frequent or extended periods.
In addition to training and education designed to meet the federal training requirements of 30 CFR (MSHA) parts 46 and 48, CBI offers consultation services on many workplace health and safety topics.
CBI now offers MSHA Part 46 online training developed by our mine safety professionals at South Central College. These unique lessons have won awards and recogniton for their engaging, interactive approach. Learn more here!
For more information contact:
Robert Weston (OSHA/MSHA)
Workplace Safety & Health Consultant

Follow the links below to view the most current schedule and class agenda.

MSHA Annual Refresher Registration Form

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 April 2019 08:17