Interoperability requires the exchange of contextualised information between mining systems for productive, safe and cost-effective mines. This includes managing interfaces between mobile equipment. It also includes the efficient use of fuel and other resources that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This section provides relevant interoperability:

  • Case studies
  • Research and guidance material
  • Links to interoperability resources

Guidance Note QGN 27 Collision prevention…

Guidance Note QGN 27 Collision prevention, Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 ? issued by the Mines Inspectorate of the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME) Queensland Government, Australia. Published in 2018, this Guidance Note applies to surface and underground operations and is designed to assist in the identification of hazards, and the development and implementation of controls, to manage the risk to persons from collisions. This includes collisions between vehicles, vehicles and persons, and vehicles and infrastructure. (More...)