RE: MSHA Part 48 Surface Mining Reresher, "When completed your training will need to be certified" Can this be done by our EHS Officer?
Does the person that "certifies" the training need to be an MSHA instructor? Our EHS Officer is a OSHA 501 general industry and OSHA Outreach instructor. Can he certify the training??
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This is an excellent question. I can't say for sure, as regulations are always changing. However, a 'competent person' at your company should be able to sign for your training as dedicated by MSHA regulations. If in doubt I highly recommend you check with MSHA on this if OSHA instructor can sign pink tickets for MSHA refresher courses.
The "competent person providing training" should be the person who monitors the course taker(s) and provides any supplemental information and training. Any individual that is listed in this portion of the 5000-23 form must also be included in your training plan PRIOR to conducting any training. Per the regulations, the responsible party for health and safety training at your facility or organization must sign the form and attest that you have completed your 8-hour annual refresher training requirement.
When you complete the course, we will send you an uncompleted, unsigned MSHA 5000-23 form, also known as a pink ticket. You will also receive a certificate of course completion and a copy of your exam scores for your training record. These should be used as support documents for the person at your company to complete the MSHA 5000-23 form or whatever approved form your company uses to document MSHA training.
An electronic, printable version of he form along with detailed instructions may be found at MSHA's certificate of training form.
I hope that helps!
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