The education and training Program certifies Mine Safety Health Administration (MSHA) instructors, develops lesson plans, conducts classes, and organizes safety conferences for mine safety education and training. The emphasis is placed on miner's rights and current health and safety regulations in compliance with the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977, Title 30 CFR, Part 46, 47, 48, 49, 56, 57, 58 and 62.
In addition to mining company employees, contractors, vendors and others regularly exposed to mine hazards at a mine property are required to have various levels of training furnished by the Education and Training division. During 2007, 6199 certificates were issued to mine workers and contractors for completion of safety courses. Mine Inspector instructors received ratings of four plus on a five point scale for the quality and content of the training program provided.
Arizona State Mine Inspector1700 W. Washington, Suite 400Phoenix, AZ 85007-2805(602)542-5971
All State Agencies/Buildings will be enforcing the following for all MSHA training classes; Pursuant to A.R.S. § 13-3102, all participants are hereby notified that they are prohibited from entering or attending this training program carrying a weapon of any kind. If in possession of a weapon, when attempting to enter the building for participation in such program you may be denied access to participation in the program while in possession of such weapon.The ASMI Education and Training fees are dependent on the Federal MSHA grant allocation.Current fee rates cannot be guaranteed for future classes.Registration fees must be paid ten (10) daysin advance of scheduled class.