MSHA - Accident Prevention

Mines are hazardous environments because of the operational nature of working at a mine. Miners either have to work at various heights or have to be stifled in confined space environments. They are frequently exposed to dangers as falls, slips, lack of oxygen etc. In order to work safely, miners should wear safety gears at all time and practice vigilance whenever onsite. Accidents at mines can be prevented if miners take basic safety precautions. This course provides learners with common safety guidelines that miners should take up to prevent accidents.

Course Objectives

- Fall Protection
- Confined Spaces
- Personal Protective Equipment

Topics Covered

Course Description
Course Learning Objectives
Key Terms
Fall Protection
Confined Spaces
Personal Protective Equipment
Course Summary
Final Exam

MSHA - Accident Prevention

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