West Virginia Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training
Certified Miners and Supervisors
WV OMHST Issued
Last revised: 12/09/19 01:17 PM
The following lists of individuals is provided as a public service to those inquiring about miners holding Mining Certifications issued by this Office. To verify any certification please click on the link below and contact one of our offices.
These lists include all Certification types issued by the Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training. These listings are current as of the date indicated on the list. The listings will be updated quarterly if not sooner.
These are LARGE files and may take some time to load. Due to the size of the files some certification types have been split into several files.
Be aware that WVMHST Electrical Certifications are not valid if re-training required by MSHA has not been completed.
To verify MSHA re-training records, contact the MSHA Qualified and Certification Office at 303-231-5472.
Also note that Apprentice Cards are subject to expiration.
The dates of continuing education for mine
foreman may not reflect the most recent training. Please contact the local
MHST regional office to verify if an individual has
received and completed the required continuing education to keep his mine
foreman certification current.
Updated Quarterly: Last updated: 08/20/2019 01:05 PM
UNDERGROUND MINER CERTIFICATES SURFACE MINER CERTIFICATES
(includes apprentice - updated quarterly) (includes apprentice - updated quarterly)
A - F; G - L; M - R; S - Z A - L; M - Z
Updated Monthly: Last updated 12/09/2019 01:15 PM
WV UNDERGROUND SUPERVISORY CERTIFICATIONS
WV NON-UNDERGROUND SUPERVISORY CERTIFICATIONS
SAFETY SENSITIVE PERSONNEL (new certification began January 2013 - updated monthly)
ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATIONS (includes apprentice electricians - updated monthly)
MINING SPECIFIC (Coal Truck Driver, Shot Firer, Mine Rescue, Shaft & Slope Shot Firer, Belt Examiner, Qualified Clearing Crew)
Decertification and Discrimination Cases
Coal Mine Safety Board of Appeals Actions
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