Course breakdown

Live Online MSHA Part 46 Comprehensive Annual Refresher

Our comprehensive annual refresher course is presented as a "live online" training course. You will participate in live online discussion and interact with the instructor in real time in an online classroom.

This course is designed to assist you in meeting Mining Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requirements for Part 46 mines (surface stone, surface clay, sand and gravel, surface limestone, colloidal phosphate, and shell dredging mines and other surface operations that produce marble, granite, sandstone, slate, shale, traprock, kaolin, cement, feldspar, and lime.)

Whether you are a miner or an independent contractor, there may be additional training that addresses issues of your specific operation. This course offers specialized instruction that will help you do that as well as provide training for the more generic MSHA recommended topics. In addition, it will help you accomplish your ultimate goal beyond MSHA compliance: to keep you safe in mine work areas.

How It Works

On the day of the training, you login to the website and launch the online classroom. You'll be in the classroom with a MSHA Certified Trainer (Randy Newcomer) along with the other students training that day. Randy will lead the training using slideshows, a couple of short videos, exercises, and his wry sense of humor. If you have a microphone and earphones, you can join in the discussion, or you can participate using the built-in chat capability. At the end of the training, Randy will provide you a worksheet to complete and return. You'll then get your signed MSHA 5000-23 form and you're good to go!

In order to participate in the online classroom, you'll need a computer connected to a high speed internet connection, and the ability to run Elluminate's virtual classroom Java applet (PC or Mac). Instructions for accessing the classroom will be emailed to you after you enroll.

Automating Hazcom

Product information

Designed to address the five primary elements of OSHA's HazCom standard (29 CFR 1910.1200), including a written program, MSDS management, container labeling, reporting, and employee training. It provides expert guidance for choosing a compliance software program. (Occupational Health & Safety)