How EMESRT Operates /

EMESRT membership is limited to mining companies with contracted financial management and secretariat support provided by third parties on a needs basis.

The EAG is aware of managing anti-trust issues and the below dot points are communicated in all of the workshops and other industry forums.  This process has been in place since OEM engagement work commenced in 2006.

EMESRT foster candid dialogue, transparent industry level collaboration, open sharing of non-commercial information, and active stakeholder engagement.

In scope, EMESRT will:

  • Focus on design of earth moving equipment in surface and underground mines 
  • Provide aligned design expectations based on risk 
  • Involve interested mining companies in the industry
  • Share openly with all interested OEM’s and other third-party suppliers
  • Listen, consider and value OEM and third-party supplier contributions
  •  Provide information on leading practice to OEM’s and third-party suppliers
  • Share leading practice to assist mining equipment users in achieving health, safety and environmental compliance goals

Out of scope, EMESRT will not:

  • Discuss commercial issues or anything of an anti-trust nature
  • Provide approval for OEM or third-party designs
  • Share OEM confidential information with other OEM’s or third-party suppliers
  • Impose adoption of solutions on member company sites

Annual Work Plan Process

Each year the EAG meets to the discuss the progress of each current project, strategically plan, and document, next industry project opportunities:

  • The progress of current industry projects, outstanding activities and the potential end date
  • Identify burning industry issues
  • Work out what to do within EMESRT’s remit
  • Assign project lead(s)
  • Identify support personnel
  • Map out project plan, including objectives and deliverable
  • Allocate budget(s)
  • Determine the following year’s membership fees based on work plan identified and budget allocated
  • Monitor progress on a regular basis
Above: EMESRT operating model.