The HutchCC Safety Academy offers Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) training classes on a regular basis, including MSHA Part 46 & 48 New Miner Training and Annual Refreshers. There are also many special interest courses available, such as mine safety specialist courses, and mine rescue training.
We also offer cost effective, state-of-the-art OSHA training along with company specific written safety plans to help with your compliance needs. If you are looking to advance your career in safety, we can help by offering OSHA certificate programs such as Specialist in Safety and Health (SSH) and Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO). This program aims to help reduce the number of injuries and illnesses that take place in the mining industry, as well as educate more people about health and safety risks in the workplace.
HutchCC has safety training opportunities that are as varied as your company's needs. Cost effective, state of the art training is available at the institution or at your workplace and HutchCC can help you put together an entire company-specific mandated written safety program.
The HutchCC Safety Academy provides customized OSHA and MSHA outreach training programs for business and industry. Our safety and health training solutions will provide you with the skills needed to help you and your employees make a positive impact in your workplace.
Hutchinson Community College offers New Miner and Annual Refresher training for both Part 46 and Part 48. We also have Mine Rescue Training and Train the Trainer Classes. Training can be tailored to your needs. Please call the office to set up your training.
What would you do, next Monday morning if an OSHA inspector walked through your door and wanted you to escort him through your plant or shop? Oh sure, you think you've got the necessary posters up, you've got a pretty good safety record, but you did have a few more minor accidents last year. Well...maybe he won't look too closely when he gets to the shop... (hope those guys straightened up that stuff I told them about Friday!!)
AWARENESS ACTION PREVENTION These three words that proactive safety people like yourself have to keep in mind everyday. Your company may be aware that through Hutchinson Community College there are programs available to you that will help curb some of those unpleasant surprises that every business owner and/or safety person dreads.
HutchCC SAFETY ACADEMY will be a pleasant surprise to you and your work force. Our program has available staff that can help your safety program by assisting in preventing those deficiencies if OSHA did decide to pay you a visit. We offer cost effective, state-of-the-art training along with company specific written safety plans to help with your compliance needs.
We would like you to offer a SAFETY ASSESSMENT SERVICE, at a nominal fee, that could save headaches for your company. What this service consists of is a mock OSHA inspection (from office to shop to break area) where we pinpoint areas that need your attention and make suggestions in written form for your files.
We look forward to meeting with you and helping you and your company have safer days ahead.
HutchCC has safety training opportunities that are as varied as your company's needs. Cost effective, state of the art training is available at the institution or at your workplace and HutchCC can help you put together an entire company-specific mandated written safety program that covers the following OSHA topics:
Mine safety training in the United States is regulated by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). The specific legal requirements for a particular mining operation depend upon the commodity that is being mined.The requirements are set out in 30 C.F.R. Part 46 and 30 C.F.R. Part 48.
MSHA regulations mandate:
MSHA training regulations also require certification that training has been completed as well as impose record keeping requirements. To enroll or to set up a training at your location send an email to email@example.com.
The Federal Mine Safety and Health Act was signed into law on November 9, 1977. Requirements for the training were set by the Department of Labor. The overall thrust of these rules is to ensure that miners will be effectively trained in matters affecting their health and safety, with the ultimate goal of reducing the frequency and severity of injuries in the nation's mines.
Training is provided by MSHA authorized Instructors with programs designed to meet the needs of the specific company procedures and policies. These programs are presented by demonstrations, lectures, individualized instruction, discussions, videos, PowerPoint slide shows, and hands-on experiences. They can be delivered at HutchCC Safety Academy or on-site or other convenient location.