Newsletter July 2017 July 21st, 2017

The EMESRT Newsletter – July 2017 highlights a number of activities that occurred over the first six months of 2017.  From finalising the Draft Protocol, developing the Draft Proximity Detection System (PDS) User Requirement Guide, reviewing the current membership fee structure and more.  More…

EMESRT to host ISO meetings in Brisbane June 12th, 2017

In early 2017, the EMESRT Advisory Group offered to host the ISO 21815 Collision awareness and avoidance JWG 28 meeting scheduled for July in Brisbane. The offer was accepted by the Convenor (Yukari Oka) in March.  Last week, Standards Australia fully supported EMESRT hosting the meeting. Most ISO meetings are held co-jointly with other working […]

Updated membership fee structure June 8th, 2017

The EMESRT Advisory Group announced today that a review of its membership structure prompted a decision to change the membership structure to a two-tier approach similar to 2009/11 period.  This decision was made to: recognise current member support and involvement encourage large mining companies to engage at the strategic level provide an opportunity for smaller […]

PowerPoint presentation from recent workshops May 22nd, 2016

Access the EMESRT – a ‘Safety by Design’ initiative operated by the global mining industry – Vehicle interaction presentation.

EMESRT Project Charter now available May 22nd, 2016

Access the EMESRT Vehicle Interaction Protocol Development document here.

EMESRT expands its online presence through LinkedIn. April 4th, 2016

Today, EMESRT published their new LinkedIn page designed to keep the global mining community updated on activities, scheduled events, discussions and other topics of interest to EMESRT members and the general community. Follow us on LinkedIn and keep up to date on EMESRTs mission of working together to improve safety standards within the mining industry. How […]

EMESRT position on Standards February 22nd, 2012

The EMESRT Terms of Reference lay out our Vision, Purpose and Scope. EMESRT’s Vision is: A global industry free of fatalities, injuries and occupational illnesses associated with operating and maintaining exploration and mining equipment. As the illustration suggests, EMESRT believes that Standards, whether they be technical or process oriented, don’t enable progress – on their […]

Designing for Safety: Mining August 22nd, 2010

Companies Collaborate with OEM’s By Andrew Topf Click to download the ‘Designing For Safety’ paper

Viewpoint Caterpillar Newsletter December 22nd, 2008

Miners speak with one voice on equipment safety. Among leading mining companies, health and safety management is seen as an integral part of their operations. They’ve worked at the corporate level and at the mine site level to improve safety for operators, technicians and other personnel, with a goal of zero harm. Click here to […]

Information Gateway August 22nd, 2007

for improving human factors design – Senior research officer Minerals industry Saftey & Health Centre (MISHC) Sue Leveritt paper