Our Classes

MSHA

 

Part 46          30 CFR 46

New Miner (24 Hours)

Newly Hired Experienced Miner (8 Hours)

Annual Refresher (8 Hours)

Part 48   30 CFR 48

New Miner (24 Hours)

Newly Hired Experienced Miner (8 Hours)

Annual Refresher (8 Hours)

Dust/ Silica Sampling    30 CFR 56.5002

Noise Sampling   30 CFR 62.110

Basic First Aid

Contesting MSHA Citations

How to contest MSHA citations including procedures for initially contesting citations and orders, deadlines/ timeframes and essential elements steps before the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission.

Most Frequent MSHA Citations (2 Hours)

Training for miners showing the current most frequently cited MSHA citations and how to avoid them.

Most Frequent MSHA Contractor Citations (2 Hours)

Training for contractors showing the current most frequently cited MSHA citations and how to avoid them.

OSHA

NASP 10-hour Course for General Industry

NASP 30-hour Course for General Industry

NASP 10-hour Course for Construction

NASP 30-hour Course for Construction

Hazard Communication (GHS)

PPE (hand, eye, foot protection)

Slips, Trips and Falls

Working from Heights

Back Safety

Bloodborne Pathogens

Egress/Fire Safety

Ergonomics

HAZWOPER Awareness

Lockout Tagout

Machine Guarding

OSHA Record Keeping

 

Industrial Hygiene   

Personal Protection

Fork Lift Certification 


Developing Written Plans to meet OSHA Regulations
Assisting in the development of required OSHA policies including Hazard Communication, Emergency Action and Response, Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), Fall Protection and many more.


Most Frequent OSHA Violations 2020 (2 Hours)

Training identifying the 2020 most frequent OSHA violations and how to avoid them.

Major Types of OSHA Violations

What are the types of OSHA violations, when they occur and how to avoid them?

What Training is Required by OSHA and Why is it Important?

What topics does OSHA require training on and how frequently? 

 

Safety Audits (1 or 2 day)

Conduct an MSHA/OSHA style Compliance Assistance Visit (CAV) to assist your mine or mining facility in preparing for the MSHA mandated inspections by looking for possible unsafe conditions which could result in injuries or violations of the 30CFR Parts 46, 48, 56 and 62 Mandatory Health and Safety Standards.  This is a detailed in person CAV to provide a mock MSHA inspection to eliminate and remove hazards thereby stopping injuries and citations.  This CAV will result in detection of conditions that could potentially be hazardous and result in expensive MSHA violations. 

· Identify hazards including highwall, traffic patterns, berms, roadways, signage, machine guarding, lockout/tagout/testout (LOTOTO), Hazcom and more.

· Recommended corrective actions for your team to improve safety

· If chosen, complete written report with pictures and associated regulations, prioritizing hazards by severity. You may choose to have a simple visual inspection with no written report.  In this inspection, we will do a complete visual and paperwork inspection and discuss any findings and recommendations.  You may also choose to have the inspection with complete detailed report for your records. 

First Aid/CPR/AED
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National Association of Safety Professionals Certified Trainer

The primary mission of NASP is to provide safety professionals with innovative training opportunities that exceed basic OSHA compliance as well as professional certifications to assist them in carrying out their safety-related functions with confidence and proven competence.

Onsite Inspections/Audits

Conduct an MSHA/OSHA style Compliance Assistance Visit (CAV) to assist your mine or mining facility in preparing for the MSHA mandated inspections by looking for possible unsafe conditions which could result in injuries or violations of the 30CFR Parts 46, 48, 56 and 62 Mandatory Health and Safety Standards.  This is a detailed in person CAV to provide a mock MSHA inspection to eliminate and remove hazards thereby stopping injuries and citations.  This CAV will result in detection of conditions that could potentially be hazardous and result in expensive MSHA violations.

Developing Policies & Programs OSHA & MSHA

Developing company specific programs and polices to fit what is required and needed, not just a “canned” product but what works for your company. (JSA’s, Confined space, fall protection, HazCom etc..)

MSHA & OSHA Consulting & Training

Assistance with MSHA or OSHA regulation compliance and citations.  This can come in the form of training in a classroom session, or as a consulting visit to your site.  Both Training and Consulting can be done in a virtual environment (please contact us for virtual options and opportunities).

Safety Meetings

Developing weekly, monthly or annual safety meetings specific for your company for compliance to both MSHA and OSHA. The main objective of a safety meeting is either to remind employees of safe practices they have already learned, or to introduce and build awareness of new techniques, new equipment, or new regulations that must be observed.  Your safety meetings give you a chance to add value and impact to your company's safety program.

Job Safety Assessments

Breaking down tasks and identifying potential hazards and recommending the safest way to complete the task. A JSA is sometimes referred to as a job hazard analysis (JHA).  The purpose of a job safety analysis (JSA) is to identify the dangers of specific tasks within jobs in order to reduce the risk of injury to workers. They can help you meet safety standards, improve communication, aid in training, and prevent hazardous conditions.

Industrial Hygiene Sampling Dust & Noise

Dust and Noise sampling completed with approved compliant and calibrated equipment.  These samples can keep your employees safe and ensure compliance.

Accident Investigations & Techniques

Developing the best form of incident investigation and determining the root cause for your company and how to properly document. How to reduce and avoid and reduce incidents.

Toolbox Talks
Form Design & Customization

Normally short (<15 minutes) informal meetings that focus on specific safety issue.  These can be at any frequency to promote your safety culture as well as facilitate discussions among your employees.  These short meetings are a great way to implement safety basics, focus on high-risk issues and to inform your employees about changes to the jobsite or working conditions.

We work with your company to provide the forms you need with what you need on them.  Not just a generic form where one size fits all, we want your company to have what the employees need to document properly.