3-Day New Miner
MSHA Certification Mine Safety Training – Easybook Training
Please check our calendar for availability and fill out the form below in order to enroll. Once your form has been submitted you will receive a confirmation via email. Payment for your course will be collected on the first day of class. Our offices will contact you directly to collect payment.
Payment is due and payable by credit card on the first day of class. The person responsible for payment, please call before 6:30 a.m. or during lunch 11:30 – noon: 480-553-2768. Thank you!
Every year the last day of the month you took the class.
Example: If you took the class June 3rd 2020, it expires June 30th 2021.
No, if you are still working for the same company when you took the New Miner class, you have up to 36 months in which to complete the 8 Hour class. However, you will not be allowed on a mine with an expired 5000-23.
Once you have taken the 8-Hour Annual Refresher class you are considered to be an experienced miner for life, providing you are still working for the same company. You could let it expire up to 5 years and still qualify for the 8-Hour class. However, instead of marking Annual Refresher, we would mark the Experienced Miner box. This would show the mines and MSHA that you have been away from the mining industry for a time.
To stay current and be allowed on mine property you will need to take the 8-Hour Refresher every year.
We recommend that you always keep a copy of previous MSHA 5000-23 certificates. Some mines have requested that you show previous 5000-23 certificates.
It would be best in doing due diligence that your new employer put you in the 3 Day New Miner class so they can start you out knowing that proper training is received and documented.
Yes, if you provide the same skills you’ve been task trained on in or out of the mine, you qualify for the class.
Yes, as long as you complete the 24 hours of MSHA’s required course materials and testing criteria.
CFR Part 46 is for Training and Retraining of Miners engaged in shell dredging or those employed at sand, gravel, surface, shale, traprock, kaolin, cement, feldspar, & lime surface mines. This is more site specific and taught by a competent person assigned by the mine, (this person does not need to be MSHA certified.) The 5000-23 is signed by the competent assigned instructor. The mine’s training plan has to follow MSHA standards, but does not need to be MSHA certified.
CFR Part 48 Subpart A is for Training and Retraining of Miners engaged both with Metal/Non-Metal underground mining which is a 40 hour class. This course is to be taught by a certified MSHA instructor. This person will have had personal experience with underground mining and will have accomplished the Train the Trainer course through MSHA’s training program and have a certified training plan through MSHA.
CFR part 48 Subpart B is for Training and Retraining of Miners engaged in Metal/Non-Metal surface mining operations. This course is to be taught by a certified MSHA instructor. This person will have had personal experience on surface Metal/Non-Metal mining operations and accomplished the Train the Trainer course through MSHA’s training program and have a certified training plan through MSHA.