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Metals & Minerals Training and Solutions
RedVector delivers metals and minerals industry training to mining organizations, metal suppliers, steel and aluminum mills, foundries and forging operations organizations, cement manufacturing organizations and more.
Metals and Minerals Training
Because the metals and minerals industry can be one of the most high-hazard sectors within the industrial space, we believe it’s deserving of the highest caliber multi-craft training. From mining training and MSHA training to engineering courses and safety training, we offer a wide range of metals and minerals industry training courses that address the needs of the apprentice-level employee or the journeyman. Plus, deliver all of your training through RedVector’s best-in-class learning management system to better manage compliance, safety, career development and credentials.
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Metals and Minerals Training Topics
RedVector’s metals and minerals training courses offer your employees the knowledge they need to succeed. We also offer MSHA training online and powerful MSHA LMS for Part 46 documentation and recordkeeping.
- MSHA Training Online
- Online Part 46 New Miner & New Miner Extended Courses
- Online Part 46 Annual Refresher Courses
- Additional Online Mining Safety Courses for More Part 46 & 48 Training Needs
- Electrical Maintenance
- First Aid
- Basic Workplace Skills
- Miner Rights & Reporting
- Mechanical Maintenance
- Environmental Safety
- Mining Safety Training Topics
- Emergency Procedures
- Hazard Recognition and Avoidance
- Health and Safety Aspects of Tasks
- Introduction to the Mine Environment
Metals and Minerals Training Resources
The State of Industrial Training in 2018
In this white paper, learn what fellow industrial sector leaders identified as their top training challenges, wants, needs and must-haves for 2018, and find out if your organization’s priorities align.
Understand and Prevent Costly OSHA Violations
Before the inspector arrives, understand the current state of OSHA enforcement activity. In this infographic, view the top OSHA violations, understand the costs of non-compliance and recognize the biggest offenders.