IWT 210: Approved MSHA Instructor Course
This course will provide the participants with a detailed presentation of the Federal Mine Safety & Health Administration's (MSHA) training requirements (CFR Title 30 Part 46, and Part 48) for personnel employed at mine facilities. It will introduce the participants to the training materials developed by the National Fund and MSHA, including an overview of a surface mine operation (conveyors, ball mills, crushers, etc.). Upon completion of the course, the participant's name will be submitted to the Department of Labor for approval as an instructor of Surface or Underground Mining Training. Limited to Ironworker Instructor Training program participants.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Resume detailing teaching and work experience related to mining operation must be presented the first day of the course.; Submit current Red Cross (or equivalent) certification and the National Fund OSHA 500 Instructor card to the Safety Department according to due date stated in course catalog
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