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Health & Safety Society: Webinar – Guidance from the Earth Moving Equipment Safety Round Table (EMESRT) on Implementing Vehicle Interaction Technology

The intent of the webinar is to provide practical, actionable content and highlight resources that EMESRT and others have available to help the industry move to fatality free use of mobile equipment.

Date: Tuesday 14th July 2020

Time: 7.30pm – 9.00pm AEST

Venue: Online Zoom Meeting

Meeting Details: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://uqz.zoom.us/j/94435066664

Dial: +61 2 8015 2088

Meeting ID: 944 3506 6664

International numbers available: https://uqz.zoom.us/u/abH0TVlXIz

Cost: Free to Attend

Webinar overview

This webinar presents the current state of the practical applications of technology to achieving collision avoidance and leading practice management of vehicle interactions in the resources sector.

EMESRT has been a leading force in reducing earth moving equipment related accidents and incidents – by harmonising the requirements of end users of this gear into guidelines that are actionable by OEM’s and standards organisations.

Attendees at the webinar will be informed of what makes for leading practice approaches to avoiding collisions in surface and underground mining operations, what approaches are working across the industry and important pitfalls to avoid when embarking on a collision avoidance project in your company or at your site.

The intent of the webinar is to provide practical, actionable content and highlight resources that EMESRT and others have available to help the industry move to fatality free use of mobile equipment.


Presenters

Peter Standish – FAusIMM has formal mining engineering qualifications and over 35 years’ experience.

Tony Egan – Group Project Manager, Lead, Vehicle Interaction Improvement Glencore Coal Assets Australia has formal electrical engineering qualifications and over 35 years’ experience.

Iain Curran – Group Plant Improvement Engineer, BHP has formal engineering qualifications and over 35 years’ experience.

Mark Geerssen – HME Principal Advisor, Rio Tinto has trade and formal qualifications (MBA and Six Sigma) and over 40 years’ experience.

Mike Boyle – Director and Principal Consultant has formal science and hygiene qualifications and over 35 years’ experience

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