Link to the EMESRT presentation to AusIMM Committee on implementing vehicle interaction technology. The presentation was held at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 14 July 2020. Click here to access webinar.
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Title: Guidance from EMESRT on implementing vehicle interaction technology. Presentation to AusIMM committee at 7.30 pm, Tuesday 14 July. This webinar is free to attend and we welcome the EMESRT wider community to join us. Please visit https://ausimm.com/event/health-safety-society-webinar-guidance-from-the-earth-moving-equipment-safety-round-table-emesrton-implementing-vehicle-interaction-technology/
EMESRT is pleased to launch its 2019 Annual Report. The Report provides an update on EMESRT’s work during 2019, it introduces two new industry projects Management of Mobile Equipment Fires and Tyre and Rim Management. The report also updates readers
Today, the EMESRT Advisory Group launched its new website. The new site provides visitors with a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality, fully searchable site that features a clean uncluttered design. “The original site, launched in 2008 served its
Fires on mobile equipment can result in fatalities and be potentially catastrophic if they occur in underground operations. They also damage equipment and cause production losses. Similarly, personnel working with tyres are up to 10 times more likely to be
The equipment fires and tyres and rims working groups met early this week to continue discussing the respective project plans, updating action items and nutting out next steps. A draft project plan, including budget and timeline, has been developed for
Excellent discussions were had during yesterday’s Equipment Fires and Tyres and Rims working group teleconferences. Both groups were provided with a live demonstration of the online project management tool, the structure and strategy behind the content groupings and scheduled timelines.
The two new EMESRT working groups (tyres and rims, mobile equipment fires) have agreed to meet on the first Tuesday of each month to progress the projects. The first of the reoccurring meetings will be held on Tuesday 3 September.