EMESRT Advisory Group

EMESRT Advisory Group

EMESRT work plans follow a simple and effective four-step sequence:

  1. Rigorously defining and documenting the problem to be addressed from the perspective of mining equipment users
  2. Preparing a draft industry project landscape diagram based on the gap between the current and future required state. It identifies stakeholders, confirms current knowledge and articulates project deliverables
  3. Building project communities through subject focused technical working groups
  4. Coordinate resources to leverage industry-level innovations and improvements The EAG meets monthly to discuss membership, finances, current industry project progress, engagement opportunities and industry emerging issues. Industry project selection is based on member and industry experience and concern, a compelling case for improvement, and EMESRT’s ability to influence change. EAG members lead and coordinate the technical working group formed for each project.

The EAG meets monthly to discuss membership, finances, current industry project progress, engagement opportunities and industry emerging issues.

Industry project selection is based on member and industry experience and concern, a compelling case for improvement, and EMESRT’s ability to influence change. EAG members lead and coordinate the technical working group formed for each project.

Current project focus areas

  • Vehicle interaction control improvement
  • Tyre and rim management
  • Mobile equipment fire management