All independent contractors may apply for MSHA contractor identification numbers. This information is used to assist MSHA in obtaining MSHA identification numbers for independent contractors.
Form 7000-52, Contractor ID Request can be filed online.
Questions regarding this form should be directed to MSHA at (877) 778-6055 or email@example.com
Privacy Act Statement
This is Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, information and is protected as provided in the system of records notice (SORN), DOL/MSHA-1, Mine Safety and Health Administration Standardized Information System (MSIS). Privacy Act of 1974; Publication in Full of All Notices of Systems of Records, Including Several New Systems, Substantive Amendments to Existing Systems, Decommissioning of Obsolete Legacy Systems, and Publication of Proposed Routines Uses, 81 FR 25766, 25812-15 (2016). Under 31 U.S.C. 7701(c), MSHA uses this information to assign a unique identifier to each individual, who will be doing business with the agency. MSHA approves, qualifies, or certifies miners and others for work such as instructors, electricians, and Part 90 miners. 30 CFR Section 45.4(a) requires that each independent contractor provides to the production-operator in writing the trade name, business address, and telephone number; a description and location at the mine where the work is to be performed; MSHA identification number, if any; and the independent contractor's business address of record. 30 CFR Section 45.4(b) requires the production-operator to maintain certain information, as required by section 45.4(a), concerning each independent contractor at the mine. This information is required to be provided to the production-operator by the independent contractor. MSHA relies on this information for inspection and enforcement purposes and it must be made available by the production-operator to any MSHA inspector upon request.
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