Mine Safety

The NDSC is the selected sub-grantee of the state training program. We train contractors and miners to work safely at surface coal or sand and gravel mining operations. North Dakota has low injury and fatality rates among its mines and we’d like to help keep it that way.

Get More When You Train with the NDSC
Get the training you need from trainers whose evaluation scores rank near perfect every time! Not only will your employees receive the highest quality training available in the upper Midwest, they will also receive 2-year certifications for both CPR and First Aid when they complete a New Miner course through the NDSC!

Statewide Training
Public courses are hosted in Bismarck, Minot, Jamestown and Fargo on a regular basis. Our course lineup includes:

Have multiple employees to train?

Save money by scheduling a private course on a date and location most convenient for you. Call us for a quote today at 701-223-6372.

 

RELAXED AND FUN

“Instructor taught in a very attentive, relaxed, fun way which made everyone more comfortable and have fun.” – NDSC Student

BEST IN 5 YEARS

“This course was probably the best I have attended in 5 years. Very good instructor.” – NDSC Student

AWESOME TRAINING

“The instructor answered questions in a respectful manner. Keep up the awesome training. – ” NDSC Student

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

“Having personal experience from the instructor makes it seem more real.” – NDSC Student

Karen Selensky
Workplace Manager

dl: (701) 751-6109
ph: (701) 223-6372
tf: (800) 932-8890

karens@ndsc.org

Have multiple employees to train?

Save money by scheduling a private course on a date and location most convenient for you. Call us at 701-223-6372 for a quote today!

“I have a twin brother who is a construction manager. He has a lot of responsibility resting on his shoulders in a hazardous industry. Keeping people safe while getting work done is a balancing act, but cutting corners is never an option. Even though I work at the Safety Council and he works in construction, in the end, we both essentially have the same job – keeping people safe on the job. That’s inspiring to me.”

– Karen Selensky