RedVector RVCT-563

Rights and Legal Responsibilities of Miners

Rights and Legal Responsibilities of Miners

0.35 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: RVCT-563

SME: Convergence Training

According to MSHA's Part 46.2, a miner is any person, including any operator or supervisor, who works at a mine and who is engaged in mining operations. This course discusses miners’ rights and legal responsibilities including how they are protected from discrimination and how they can participate in and obtain inspections. It also provides information on compensation, training, and health protection. Consequences of false statements or representations are also discussed.
Course Objectives
•State the definitions of a miner and miners' representative •State your right to protection from retaliation for filing complaints and refusing to work in unsafe conditions •State your right to request and participate in mine inspections •List your rights relative to the development of safety standards and access to information •Describe your legal responsibilities as a miner
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