Deep in the underground. And we’re not talking about indie rock. We’re talking diamonds, ore, and oil-sands. Miners are a tough group of people, and it’s a good thing, because its a tough job. You make one mistake to many, and you don’t get to go home. Mining training is about having a productive day and making sure you get home, and stay healthy, long term.
Mining is a broad term, so the training itself is geared towards fundamentals that you expect to see in most mining scenarios. We have assembled mining training using a 5 level curriculum of 16 compulsory & 20+ optional elective courses to help meet the needs of the industry. We’ve touched on topics that are specific to mining training, and some that are fundamental to the workforce in general. You can expect to see mining basics such as job-site re-requisites, excavations, confined spaces, electrical safety, and other necessary industry skills.
Keep in mind, that for courses based on “Equipment Operation” (ie: Forklift), “Life Safety”(ie: Body Harness) or “Life Preservation” (ie: Standard First Aid) Worker competency must be proven before a person can be considered fully trained. Competency evaluations are attached to each course requiring one in our database. Just be sure you have a competent person evaluating. For more information on competency, you can give us a call or read up on it, as described by the COAA here…
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