The Importance of Safe Procedures in Mining

Like today the mines in the 1800s were subject to pockets of gas and dust which were highly volatile and flammable. Mining was in fact the first industry where Intrinsically Safe (IS) devices were realised as a solution to certain hazardous risks. Whilst today there are modern vacuum and extractors available, the revelation of the hazard of that using certain instruments around these substances can cause still applies today. Inspection methods in mining require mines and the equipment associated with the industry to be in top condition at all times.

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Make Sense Of Data and Digital Inspections

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Taking Mining Technology and Equipment Digital

With outdated methods, it’s difficult to revolutionise business processes in the same way speed that the rest of the world progresses. Whilst the industry often takes the speed of regulatory bodies or technology of equipment, it is always good to be ahead of the curve; being an industry forefront leader rather than an industry ‘lagger’. This is why it is imperative to have up to date methods at all times, simple paper-based solutions are notoriously cumbersome and inefficient when compared to digital solutions. The inability to update quickly the regulatory paperwork and procedures, it can take days, weeks and even months to roll out a fresh set of checklists that are in line with the industries best. Such a waiting time further underlines the almost vital benefit that paperless solutions chiefly bring – speed and customisation.

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Business Intelligence Systems and Digital Inspection Solutions

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Transforming Asset Performance with Mining Vehicles and Mobile Equipment

The nature of the mining industry is both diverse and specific, with highly tailored and powerful heavy vehicles and mobile equipment helping employees and mines to achieve their goals. Today many mines are choosing to use digital inspection applications to ensure their equipment and assets are running as smoothly and safely as possible. This not only gives management peace of mind in safety, but guarantees that their operations are running close to full productivity and efficiency. One of the top benefits is that setting up digital inspection applications doesn’t mean there are only few that can benefit; the positives can flow and be felt throughout the entire business. Small improvements can have big effects for others across the supply chain.

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Welcome to Paperless

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Mining Safety Applications: Ensuring you make the Right Choice for your Business

Through integrating their operational procedures and daily approaches with technology, they are reaping rewards such as increased efficiency, higher productivity and smarter methods. One big area in which this is being done is safety inspection; the workplace for any organisation involved in the mining industry can be a particularly hazardous one. For many, industry regulations such as ISO 14001, ISO 53.020, AS 4801, or ISO catalogue 73 represent key measuring tools that verify their activities. What’s important is that there is a system in place to manage all the data, compliance and non-conformance, so it doesn’t become a logistical nightmare.

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5 Tips to Reduce Paper in your Daily Operations

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Mining Inspection Software Solutions

Inspectors and other mine employees benefit from using Pervidi as they are able to use the same inspection software for a range of safety inspections and compliance activities, meaning safety inspectors and other personnel can have numerous custom checklists created to inspect all compliance elements of the mine. A mining inspection can be improved in numerous ways by going paperless. Mines are regulated heavily under a range of Australian laws and regulations to ensure mine workers safe working conditions as well as enforce mine operations are being conducted in a sustainable manner. Inspectors and management are often overwhelmed the numerous regulations they must abide and refer to and need to reference bulky paper printouts they can carry to and from site.

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OHS Inspection Going Paperless

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