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.
10 July 2019: VI Functional / Performance Definition workshop to review DP 5 and PR-5A, Brisbane 30-31 July 2019: Tyre and Rims second workshop, Brisbane 1 August 2019: Mobile Equipment Fire Control framework second workshop, Brisbane 27-29 August: ICMM ICSV Workshops
The EMESRT Advisory Group has once again made a commitment to host the International Organization for Standardization scheduled to meet in Brisbane on the 14-18 October 2019. The meetings will be attended by Technical Committee TC 127 (Earth-moving machinery), Subcommittee
The EMESRT Advisory Group are in the final preparation mode this week and will be ready for the second round of industry workshops scheduled for next week. The Tyre and Rims Control Framework workshop is scheduled to start at 12.30
Yesterday, the two industry EMESRT workshops held this week came to a successful end. In total 44 industry experts with cumulative 500 years of industry experience per workshop participated in this the second round of workshops. Using the EMESRT Control
The attached PDF file provides a summary of the EMESRT second phase of two industry validation workshops:Tyres and Rims Management Control Framework Tyres and Rims Management Control Framework Mobile Equipment Fires Control Framework The workshops were held on 30 –
The next ISO committee meetings are scheduled for 14-18 October in Brisbane at the Christie Centre. EMESRT is hosting the meeting and will be hosting a social function on Thursday 17 October, more information will be made available as planning