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CFR TITLE 30. Section 48 Preparing. Paul Bizich Jr. 724-925-5150 ext. 131 MSHA Instructive Field Administrations. Preparing AND RETRAINING OF Mineworkers Proclaimed OCTOBER 13, 1978. Subpart A Preparation and Retraining of Underground Mineworkers Subpart B

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CFR TITLE 30 PART 48 TRAINING Paul Bizich Jr. 724-925-5150 ext. 131 MSHA Educational Field Services

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TRAINING AND RETRAINING OF MINERS PROMULGATED OCTOBER 13, 1978 Subpart A Training and Retraining of Underground Miners Subpart B Training and Retraining of Miners at Surface Mines and Surface Areas of Underground Mines Subpart C (Never Completed) Construction Workers

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Requirements Comprehensive Training New Miner Training: Underground - 40 Hours Minimum Surface - 24 Hours Minimum Experienced Miner Training After 5 years 8 hours Annual Refresher Training Underground - 8 Hours Minimum Surface - 8 Hours Minimum Task Training Hazard Training

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Industries Affected by Congressional Resolution A proceeding with determination of the United States Congress as of now disallows MSHA from using assets to oversee or implement Part 48 for the accompanying ventures; surface stone, surface mud, sand and rock, surface limestone, colloidal phosphate, and shell digging. Each of these ventures, be that as it may, keeps on being in charge of consistence with Part 48.

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DEFINITIONS

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"(a)(1) Miner"- 48.2/48.22 Individual occupied with the extraction or generation prepare, or routinely presented to mine risks, or upkeep or administration laborer utilized by the administrator or a support or administration specialist shrunk by the administrator to work at the dig for regular or augmented periods.

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"(a)(2) MINER"- 48.2/48.22 Individuals not occupied with the extraction procedure, not routinely presented to mine perils, or irrelevantly presented to mine dangers.

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Experienced Miner 48.2(b)/48.22(b) Has finished another mineworker preparing and has no less than 12 months of experience A boss who has been endorsed under a MSHA-affirmed State accreditation program and utilized on Oct. 6, 1998 An accomplished mineworker on Feb. 3, 1999

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Excluded From the Miner Definition Shaft and Slope Workers Construction Workers (mine operations stop) Subpart C Miners secured under (a)(2) Labor, Management, or Government Officials Mine Inspectors

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Training Plans 48.3/48.23 Training arranges must be submitted for endorsement to the suitable MSHA area office. The preparation plan ought to contain arrangements for: New Miner Training Experienced Miner Training Annual Refresher Training Task Training Hazard Training All other preparing required under Part 56/57 and 75/77

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Plan Should Include: Company name, MSHA I.D. Name of individual in charge of H. & S. Rundown of affirmed educators Location of preparing Teaching and assessment techniques utilized Number of representatives and Number per class Schedule for yearly refresher preparing List of work undertakings and strategy for errand preparing

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MSHA Approved Instructors Districts Provide the Approval: Demonstration of mining background and information in addition to: Completing an endorsed MSHA teacher's instructional class; Approved by District on confirmation of capabilities and showing knowledge; Based on their execution as checked by the District; Or a blend of the above.

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Training Areas Requiring Approved Instructors New Miner Training Experienced Miner Training Annual Refresher Training

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Not Requiring Approved Instructors Task Training Hazard Training Experienced excavator preparing of mineworkers with 12 month or less nonattendance

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Cooperative Training Programs 48.4/48.24 Mine administrators may lead their own particular preparing or can partake in agreeable preparing programs directed by different organizations or offices, if affirmed by MSHA.

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New Miner Training 48.5 Underground Requires 40 hours of which 8 hours must be given at the mine site Topics: Statutory privileges of mineworkers and their delegates, specialist and duty of chiefs. Self-safeguard and respiratory gadgets. Entering and leaving the mine; transportation; correspondences. Prologue to the workplace.

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Mine maps; escapeways; crisis departure; blockading. Rooftop or ground control; ventilation arranges. Wellbeing. Cleanup; shake tidying. Risk acknowledgment. Electrical dangers. Emergency treatment. Mine gasses. Wellbeing and security parts of the errand to which the new excavator will be appointed. Such different courses as might be required by the District Manager.

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New Miner Training 48.25 Surface Requires 24 hours Topics: Statutory privileges of mineworkers and their agents, expert and obligation of managers. Self-save and respiratory gadgets. Transportation controls; correspondence frameworks. Prologue to workplace. Escapeways; crisis clearing; firewarning and putting out fires.

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Ground control; working in regions of highwalls, water risks, pits and ruin banks; enlightenment and night work. Wellbeing. Peril acknowledgment. Electrical perils. Medical aid. Explosives. Wellbeing and security parts of the errand to which the new excavator will be relegated. Such different courses as might be required by the District Manager.

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Experienced Miner 48.6 Newly utilized by the administrator Transferred to the mine Experienced underground excavators exchanged from surface to underground Returning to the mine after a nonattendance of over 12 months

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There is no time necessity for this segment however a mineworker coming back to work following a nonappearance of 5 years or more should have 8 hours of preparing.

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Topics for this segment include: Introduction to the workplace. Compulsory wellbeing and security guidelines. Expert and duty of managers and mineworkers' agents. Entering and leaving the mine; transportation; interchanges. Rooftop or ground control; ventilation arranges. Mine guide; escapeways; crisis departure; blockading.

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Hazard acknowledgment. Counteractive action of Accidents Emergency therapeutic methods Health and security parts of the errands to which the digger is allocated Self-save and respiratory gadgets. Such other course as considered essential by the District Manager.

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Experienced Miner 48.26 Newly utilized by the administrator Transferred to the mine Experienced surface diggers exchanged from underground to surface Returning to the mine after a nonattendance of over 12 months

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There is no time prerequisite for this segment however an excavator coming back to work following a nonappearance of 5 years or more should have 8 hours of preparing.

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Topics include: Introduction to workplace. Compulsory wellbeing and security benchmarks. Expert and obligation of chiefs and diggers' delegates. Transportation controls; correspondence frameworks. Escapeways; crisis clearing; firewarning; firefighting.

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Ground controls; working in regions of highwalls, water perils, pits, and ruin banks; enlightenment and night work. Peril acknowledgment. Counteractive action of Accidents Emergency medicinal techniques Health and wellbeing parts of the errands to which the accomplished excavator is relegated Such other course as esteemed vital by the District Manager.

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Task Training 48.7/48.27 No time necessity for errand preparing. Keep in mind that Supervisors that perform work (undertakings) should likewise be errand prepared.

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Minimum Courses of Instruction: Tasks secured by assignment preparing are: Equipment Operators Drilling Machine Operators Haulage and Conveyor Systems Operators Roof and Ground Control Machine Operators Involved in Blasting Operations

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Courses: Health and wellbeing perspectives and safe working techniques for work undertakings, hardware, and apparatus. Administered work on amid nonproduction. Administered operation amid creation. New or changed machines and hardware. Such different courses as might be required by the District Manager.

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Annual Refresher Training 48.8 Minimum of 8 hours every year. In the event that preparation is led intermittently, such courses should not be under 30 minutes. Directors are incorporated into yearly refresher preparing. Themes: Mandatory wellbeing and security models. Transportation controls and correspondence frameworks. Blockading. Rooftop and ground control; ventilation arranges.

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First Aid. Electrical Hazards. Anticipation of mishaps. Self-safeguard and respiratory gadgets. Explosives (if utilized). Mine gasses. Wellbeing Other courses as required by the District Manager.

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Annual Refresher Training 48.28 Minimum of 8 hours yearly. In the event that preparation is led intermittently, such courses should not be under 30 minutes. Subjects: Mandatory wellbeing and security models. Transportation controls and correspondence frameworks. Escape and crisis clearing arranges; firewarning and firefighting.

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Ground control; working in ranges of highwalls, water risks, pits, and ruin banks; enlightenment and night work. Medical aid. Electrical dangers. Counteractive action of mishaps. Wellbeing. Explosives. Self-safeguard and respiratory gadgets. Different courses as required by the District Manager.

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Training Records 48.9/48.29 All preparation is recorded on shape 5000-23. ) The mineworker ought to get a duplicate at fulfillment of preparing. b) The shape ought to be kept at the dig site for review by MSHA and others. ) If the digger leaves, he is qualified for a duplicate of his preparation shapes. Misrepresentation of preparing or preparing structures is culpable under segment 110 of the Act. Must be kept for a time of 2 years or 60 days after end of a worker.

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Compensation for Training 48.10/48.30 Training should be directed amid ordinary obligation hours. Excavators should be made up for travel costs (if brought about) if preparing is not directed at the mine site.

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Hazard Training 48.11/48.31 No base time required for risk preparing

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