Free Training & Services Offered

The training and consultation services are tailored to your site. A brief audit to determine your needs will be arranged by one of our qualified and Mine Safety and Health-(MSHA) certified inspectors or instructors. If you are the owner/operator, contractor, sub-contractor or vendor to the mining community, do not hesitate to call for more information at 573-751-1422. A member of our staff will be pleased to answer your questions and assist you in your training or consultation needs. Scheduling of training can be done in some instances the day you call. Remember, these services are free.

These services are offered to the entire mining community, whether you have one employee or a thousand, for the following types of operations: lead/zinc, coal, limestone, sand and gravel, etc., and surface, underground, quarry or strip.

Training Courses Available

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Services Offered

The services offered to you, the mining community, are free of charge.

Safety and Loss Control Part 46 and 48 New Miner
MSHA Training Plan Part 46 and 48 Newly Hired Exp. Miner
Evacuation Plan Part 46 and 48 Annual Refresher
Ventilation Plan Part 56, 57, & 77 First Aid Training
Substance Abuse Mine Rescue Training
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training of selected supervisors
Hazard Awareness Health Programs
Hazard Elimination Equipment Safety
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Electrical Safety
30 CFR Part 46, 48, 56, 57 & 77 Accident Prevention
Accident Investigation Revised Missouri Statutes
Inspections of the Site  

Harmful Airborne Contaminant Surveys

In an effort to help Missouri mine operators with compliance, the Mine and Cave Safety section of the Division of Labor Standards is now offering dust sampling and monitoring services for harmful and airborne contaminants. The main samples tested for are respirable dust, respirable silica, SiO2 and calcium oxide CaO, among others. Mine operators can call 573-751-1422 to schedule an appointment. There will be a small fee to recover lab fee costs. Each test has a different fee, and mine operators can request the fees when they call to make an appointment.