PART 77 TRAINING - 2001 DUTIES OF CERTIFIED

PART 77 TRAINING - 2001 DUTIES OF CERTIFIED

PART 77 TRAINING - 2001 DUTIES OF CERTIFIED PERSONS WHO IS CERTIFIED / QUALIFIED? 77.100 Certified Person. (a)(1) The provisions of this Part 77 require that certain examinations and tests be

made by a certified person. A certified person with the meaning of these provisions is a person who has been certified in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (b) of this 77.100 to perform the duties, and make the examinations and tests which are required by this Part 77 to be performed by a certified person (2) A person who has been so certified shall also be

considered to be a qualified person within the meaning of those provisions of this Part 77 which require that certain examinations, tests and duties be performed by a qualified person, except those provisions in Subparts F, G, H, I, and J of this part relating to performance of electrical work. MINE INSPECTIONS Inspections must be performed by a Certified / Qualified person.

77.1004 Highwalls, banks, benches, and terrain sloping into the working areas shall be examined after every rain, freeze, or thaw before men work in such areas, and such examinations shall be made and recorded in accordance with 77.1713. 77.1713 Daily inspection of surface coal mine; certified person; reports of inspection.

(a) At lease once during each working shift, or more often if necessary for safety, each active surface installation shall be examined by a certified person designated by the operator to conduct such examinations for hazardous conditions and any hazardous conditions noted during such examination shall be reported to the operator and shall be corrected by the operator. (b) If any hazardous condition noted during an

examination conducted in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section creates an imminent danger, the person conducting such examination shall notify the operator and the operator shall withdraw all persons from the area affected, except those persons referred to in section 104 of the Act, until the danger is abated. (c) After each examination conducted in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section,

each certified person who conducted all or any part of the examination required shall enter with ink or indelible pencil in a book approved by the Secretary the date and a report of the conditions of the mine or any other area of the mine which he has inspected together with a report of the nature and location of any hazardous condition found to be present at the mine. The book in which such entries are made shall be kept in an area t the mine designated by the operator to minimize the danger of destruction by fire

or other hazard. (d) All examination reports recorded in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (c) of this section shall include a report of the action taken to abate hazardous conditions and shall be signed or countersigned each day by at least one of the following persons: (1) The surface mine foremen; (2) The assistant superintendent of the mine; (3) The superintendent of the mine; or

(4) The person designated by the operator as responsible for health and safety at the mine. THANK YOU

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