30 CFR Part 46
Training Program Guide
New Miner Training ('46.5)
Newly-Employed Experienced Miner ('46.6)
The following lesson plan can be used as a model to train miner’s for the indicated part 46 training.
Practice under the close supervision of a competent person '46.5(e); '46.6(d)
Course Length: from to
The purpose of this training is to monitor the practice and initial performance of miners when he/she is assigned to a new task. The miner must first receive hazard recognition training specific to the assigned task before practicing the task.
This practice training will be supervised and conducted by a person competent in performing the task. The competent person will be within sight and sound (hearing distance) of the miner during the training.
The miner will be observed for .
Training Materials:MSHA-produced “On-the-Job Training Modules” for appropriate jobs
Evaluation:Practice will continue until the miner can repeatedly and successfully perform each of the job steps required to accomplish the task in the appropriate order.
If the miner performs a significant step incorrectly, or performs a potentially unsafe act or an operation that could endanger others working in same area, the miner will be signaled by and the miner will be retrained in the step or procedure.