Our Part 46 Annual Refresher Training Course keeps experienced miners up to date on a wide range of topics that are critical to mine safety and worker health. This eight-hour timed course satisfies MSHA's annual retraining requirements for current miners who previously completed Part 46 New Miner training.
Learning modules in our Part 46 Annual Refresher Training Course include:
- Introduction to MSHA
- Overview of Surface Mining
- Health Hazards in Mining
- Hazard Communication
- Electricity, Fire and Explosives
- Mining Machinery and Equipment
- Materials Handling and Storage
- Mining Health and Safety Standards
Each module is followed by a quiz, and the course ends with a final exam. Students have an unlimited number of attempts to pass the quizzes and final exam. After you pass the final exam, you can instantly download a U.S. Department of Labor Certificate of Training (MSHA Form 5000-23).
Find answers to common questions about our New Miner Training Course. Please contact our customer support team for additional assistance.
Who needs MSHA Part 46 Annual Refresher Training?
This course is designed for experienced miners, supervisors, construction workers and independent contractors who have completed Part 46 New Miner training and need to satisfy their annual eight-hour refresher training requirement. Annual Refresher training is mandatory for workers involved in mining operations at Part 46 mines, which include cement, colloidal phosphate, feldspar, granite, gravel, kaolin, lime, sand, sandstone, shale, shell dredging, slate, surface clay, surface limestone, surface marble, surface stone and traprock operations.
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When will I get my completion certificate?
Upon completing the course, you can instantly download your free U.S. Department of Labor Certificate of Training (MSHA Form 5000-23). We can also mail you a copy of the form for a small fee.
What do I need to fill out on my completion certificate?
When you download your Certificate of Training, several sections will be filled out for you. You or your mine operator will also need to add:
- Your mine's name, location and MSHA identification number
- The signature of the person at your mine who is responsible for health and safety training
- Your signature
- The current date