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MDG 5002 Guideline for the Use of Remote Controlled Mining Equipment - Underground Mealliferous Mines

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This purpose of this Guideline is to provide information to assist in the management of risks associated with the use of remote controlled mining equipment in underground metalliferous operations. The scope of this guideline is limited to issues relating to work system design, equipment operation, equipment, maintenance, environmental and people issues. This Guideline applies to remote controlled mining equipment used in underground metalliferous mines and focuses on Load Haul Dump (LHD) equipment. The guideline covers the use of both Line of Sight and Teleremote systems throughout its operational life cycle, from arrival at the mine, to transport underground, installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance and repair and disposal from the mine.



Organisation:

Department of Industry and Investment New South Wales

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Jurisdiction:

Relates to New South Wales (NSW)

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PDF Document
Coverage:

NSW - New South Wales

Author:

Department of Industry and Investment, New South Wales. Mine Safety Operations

Publisher:

Department of Industry and Investment, New South Wales. Mine Safety Operations

Published:

Dec 2010

Document Copyright:

Department of Industry and Investment, New South Wales



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