MSHA Training

We understand that mine safety comes with its own set of unique challenges: fall hazards, dust hazards, confined spaces, heavy equipment with traffic considerations, heat-related problems, fatigue, excavation of unstable ground, indigenous wildlife and plant life, and the use and storage of large quantities of hazardous chemicals. Our consultants have worked in their chosen fields and bring real-world experience to their training and consulting projects. Whether it’s training a couple of employees in an open enrollment class, providing customized training at your site, or having the advice of a trusted subject matter expert a phone call away, we are confident we can fill the gaps that arise from time-to-time with cost-effective options that will truly enhance your EHS compliance programs.

Are you required to have your own training plan? Part 48 and/or Part 46? Let our experts develop your Part 48 and Part 46 training plans and submit to MSHA for approval. We’re not done until MSHA approves it!

Keep your company in compliance and running smoothly with these consulting services:

  • Compliance / Training Needs Assessment
  • Documentation / Record Keeping Audit
  • DOT Compliance Audits
  • Emergency Procedure Guide
  • Emergency Response Plans
  • Fire Systems Analysis
  • GHS / HazCom Compliance
  • Industrial Hygiene Services
  • Mock MSHA Audit
  • Process / Site Hazard Analysis
  • Risk Management Plans (RMP)
  • Site Safety Program Development & Safety Manuals
  • Written Program Development

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Meet our MSHA Experts

Dave Efnor PE, CSP (retired) is a safety professional with over 37 years of experience in the construction, management and operations of domestic and international mining, manufacturing, transportation and services industries.

Ted Northrop, retired USAF MSgt, is an experienced MSHA instructor who, for the past 17 years, has worked with some of the largest mining companies in Arizona as a safety professional with a focus on site-specific task training.

Dean Hendzel, RSM holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geology and brings over 31 years of experience in safety training, mining, construction management, engineering, environmental and geological exploration to ETC.