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Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association

IMAA Safety Training Classes

IMAA offers our members and their on site contractors Safety Training through our MSHA certified instructor, Ron Bucci.  Monthly Annual Refresher classes are held at the IMAA office (if space permits).  IMAA also periodically schedules the 3-day New Miner class at the IMAA office (if space permits).

For your employees to participate in the IMAA Safety Training, please add Ron Bucci to your training plan.

You can find the scheduled IMAA Safety Training classes on the calendar and register for the classes online.

New Miner Classes - $100 per person per day for Members (non-members $125)

A 24-hour Surface New Miner class will satisfy the requirements of Part 46 or part 48 (B)-Surface.  Producer Members may consider having employees attend just the first 2 days if they anticipate applying the requisite on site "mine tour" to the 24-hour requirement. For Contractors / Associate Members interested in the 24-hour class, employees will need to attend all 3 days of training.

Annual Refresher Classes - $100 per person for Members (non-members $125)

An 8-hour Surface refresher class will satisfy the requirements of Part 46 and Part 48 (B)-Surface.

Additional Information

New Miner and Annual Refresher Classes have a minimum of 10 participants and a maximum of 30 participants.

Classes may be moved to a different facility depending on the number attending.  Participants will be notified of the change in location.

On Site Company Training

To schedule an individual company training at your location, contact Ron Bucci for availability and a quote.

 
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