The EMESRT Reading Room contains documents, presentations and other useful items for OEM and PDS suppliers to access. The items in the Reading Room are made available to EMESRT website visitors with the understanding that content will not be changed or amended in any manner if items are shared with others.
|2020 Activity Report|
This 2020 Activity Report provides a summary of the work on the planned industry project objectives and outcomes. It provides the readers with highlights from 2020, focus area milestones, next steps and information about how EMESRT operates.
The EMESRT Advisory Group hope you find the report informative, readily useable and relevant.
|2019 Annual Report|
The EMESRT 2019 Annual Report brings together our achievements and provides our readers with an update on our industry initiatives, governance and other information pertaining to how we operate.Read more…
|2018 Annual Report|
This annual report is a summary of EMESRT’s activities for the 12 month period ending 30 December 2018. We provide our readers with an overview of our achievements, an update on our various industry initiatives, and other useful information.Read more…
|2017 Annual Report|
This EMESRT 2017 Annual Report brings together our achievements and provides our readers with an update on our industry initiatives, governance and other information pertaining to how we operate.Read more…
For each EMESRT initiative, the involvement of key industry stakeholders is actively sought and our mature engagement process, experience and flexible approach guides our work. The success of EMESRT is based on good relationships and a pragmatic industry-level approach that:
• Defines the landscape
• Identifies the stakeholders
• Influences industry level improvements
Simple, yet effective.Read more…
|Performance Requirement PR-5A|
First released in 2015, in consultation with industry, PR-5A Vehicle Interaction System was developed to establish an interoperability guideline to enable the development of standard protocols for interdependent technologies fitted on surface and underground mobile equipment to reduce the exposure to hazardous vehicle interaction. PR-5A is based on levels 7, 8 and 9 of the EMESRT 9-step hierarchical type model based around design, operate and react, see figure below. The objective is to prevent a person or equipment (machine or vehicle) causing a potential unwanted event (PUE) in the following four PUE categories resulting in injury or equipment damage (equipment to person, equipment to equipment, equipment to environment, loss of control of equipment).Read more…