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Mine safety and health training classes are conducted by our MSHA certified trainers usually at your facility or a location of your choosing.  As much as possible, it is important that training is focused upon the site-specific hazards a worker will face.  To schedule a class, we require a minimum of six people.  Once scheduled, we ask the host of the class if they are willing to accommodate others who need the training.   The vast majority are willing to include others, which maximizes our trainer’s time.   Training classes are currently free of charge, however, you may be asked to cover the cost of lodging for the trainer or class materials.   You may contact Kim Harvill, Program Assistant, for more information at 303-866-3567 Ext. 8123 or kim.harvill@state.co.us.

Types of Classes which comply with MSHA 30 CFR requirements: 

MSHA 30 CFR, Part 46 and Part 48 New Miner and Annual Refresher

MSHA 30 CFR, Part 62  Noise Exposure

MSHA 30 CFR, Part 47  Hazard Communication

MSHA 30 CFR, Part 50  Accidents, Injuries, Illnesses Employment Reporting

MSHA 30 CFR, Part 49  Mine Emergency and Mine Rescue Training

MSHA-approved MERDs (Mine Emergency Response Drills)

MSHA Instructor (Train-the-Trainer) Training

Fire Extinguisher & Fire Behavior Training (usually on-site)

Mine Safety and Health On-site Audits

Mine Safety and Health Training Plan Development

Mine Safety and Health Program Development

Supervisor Training

Operators Guide to MSHA Activities & Programs

Conveyor Maintenance and Safety

MSHA Initiatives and Special Emphasis Programs

Other Special Mine Safety and Health Topics