The Human Factors Design for Diversity working group formed in 2018. This group is passionate about the need to design equipment to suit all types and sizes.
Welcome to the Earth Moving Equipment Safety Round Table (EMESRT) website.
The Earth Moving Equipment Safety Round Table (EMESRT) is a global initiative involving major mining companies. EMESRT engages with key mining industry Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to advance the design of the equipment to improve safe operability and maintainability beyond Standards.
The EMESRT Advisory Group made up of our member companies acknowledges and greatly appreciates the time and effort member company representatives and others put into meetings, webinars and other activities. Their exceptional experience and expertise and continued support is invaluable and we thank them all.
Reoccurring Working Group Monthly Meetings
- Vehicle Interaction – Meets at 8.00 am and 4.00 pm on the first Thursday of each month
- Tyres and Rims Management – Meets at 8.30 am on the first Tuesday of each month
- Equipment Fires Management – Meets at 8.00 am on the first Tuesday of each month
For more information or to join a working group monthly meeting please email firstname.lastname@example.org
EMESRT Webinars 6 May 2021
The ACARP C26028 PDS Validation Framework webinars held on 6 May 2021 were attended by 74 individuals from around the globe. The Q&A session incited interesting questions and generated thought-provoking considerations on what, if any, the next steps might look like.
The project aim was to deliver a standardised, scientific, and objective testing guidelines that have been industry verified and utilises the best components of the Mining3 body of work, and the UP testing procedure. There is no current rigorous method of verifying that the statement of intent of proximity detection devices reflects the actuality of the system performance once implemented. These guidelines will provide a path for mine sites and third party testers to engage with the PDS suppliers to mature the development of PDS units towards a higher standard.
Access the webinar sessions via the EMESRT Knowledge Hub:
Visit our Vehicle Interaction Knowledge Hub
The VI Knowledge Hub contains curated online tools such as case studies, reference information, links to relevant websites, presentations and other informative resources.
The EMESRT Advisory Group encourages the industry to contribute to the collection if a suitable resource is available and does not breach any intellectual property or copyright issues.
Access EMESRT Resources
|Access EMESRT Annual Reports, VI Performance Requirement (PR-5A) document, and more via our Reading Room.|