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MSHA Training Online for Parts 46 & 48

Imagine that you need some sort of MSHA training but you can’t attend a classroom.

Did you know that you can obtain your MSHA 5000-23 certificate and Part 46 new and refresher training online?

Our MSHA training allows you to remain in your home while receiving the required training you need.

Benefits of doing your MSHA training online:

All you’ll need in order to participate in the virtual classroom is:

And if you’re not tech-savvy? Don’t worry, we will ensure that your setup will work properly after we run you through our systems check, prior to beginning the class.

What kind of training do I need?

The type of mine you work determines which MSHA mine safety training you are required to complete.

MSHA Part 46 applies to very specific surface mines, such as sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, surface limestone, colloidal phosphate, or shell dredging operations.

On the other hand, MSHA Part 48 covers all underground mines, surface coal mines, and some surface/non-metal mines.  

MSHA Part 48 Surface New Miner | $499 per person Enroll Now MSHA Part 48 Surface New Miner Virtual Classroom

Our MSHA-approved Part 48 Surface New Miner training is the most convenient and innovative solution for contractors and entities serving the surface mine industry.

The online virtual class takes place over the duration of three, consecutive eight hour days, totaling 24 hours in order to receive your 5000-23 certification.

Classes are held weekly, Tuesday through Thursday, from 6AM to 3PM, Pacific Standard Time.

Special course dates are available outside our normal training schedules. Pricing depends on training dates and the number of people in each session.

MSHA Part 46 New Miner | $150 USD per person Enroll Now 

MSHA Part 46 states that surface miner safety training should be made available to multiple types of workers. This includes rank and file miners and supervisors, as well as contractors and construction workers. Even if you are not directly involved in mining operations, but you work at a mine, you are entitled to receive site-specific miner safety training. 

The number of hours you need is also based on the surface miner training you require. For instance, MSHA requires all new miners to complete 24 hours of training while every miner must complete 8 hours of refresher training every year. 

Once you finish your Part 46 surface miner training course, you’ll receive a certificate stating that you’ve completed miner safety training. You can give this to your employer as a record of your training. 

Need help determining which training you need in order to meet your requirements? Contact one of our MSHA professionals today to find the courses to meet your MSHA Part 46 surface miner training requirements.