The CIP must include account opening procedures that specify the identifying information that will be obtained from each customer. It must also include reasonable and practical risk-based procedures for verifying the identity of each customer. The reason for the difference is a matter of urgency. If a miner is untrained or improperly trained, it is a hazard to the miner and to other miners. Section 46.8 includes an extensive list of recommended subjects for refresher training. Customer Verification The CIP must contain risk-based procedures for verifying the identity of the customer within a reasonable period of time after the account is opened. Certifying is required at the completion of training, such as at the end of the 24 hours of new miner training. Banks should conduct a risk assessment of their customer base and product offerings, and in determining the risks, consider: The types of accounts offered by the bank.
For example, if a miner completed annual refresher training some time in February, the next annual refresher training must be completed by the end of the following February. § 46.9 Records of Training Part 46 requires that operators record and certify the training that miners receive. Government Officials on Part 46 Properties Government officials visiting a mine site are not required to receive Part 46 training. The retaking of the Regulatory Element shall commence with participation within 120 days of the registered person becoming subject to the statutory disqualification, in the case of (A) above, or the disciplinary action becoming final, in the case of (B) and (C) above. Some examples of these requirements include: introduction to work environment; mine roof, ground controls, and ventilation plans; the use of self-rescue devices; escape and emergency procedures; mine transportation and communication systems; and the health control plan.
Lack of Verification The CIP must also have procedures for circumstances in which the bank cannot form a reasonable belief that it knows the true identity of the customer. Instructors for Task Training Under Sections 48.3(g)/48.23(g), task training required by Sections 48.7/48.27 may be given by a qualified trainer, by an experienced supervisor, or by persons experienced in the particular task. All other independent contractors must receive the appropriate Part 48 training. The training required by these plans must be provided to miners before they begin work at a mine, or before they receive new work tasks or assignments.