Report: APP CMHS Project 4




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6.3. China


6.3.1. Government Guidelines

The Mine Rescue Standard (AQ1008-2007) was issued in 2007. The main contents of the Standard are described as follows: Mine rescue teams are professional teams dealing with mine accidents, and ... Read more.

6.3.2. Protective Equipment

Self contained self rescuers are provided to workers for escape purposes in the event of irrespirable atmosphere. Lifelines are in place in dedicated escape routes that lead out of the mine and via ... Read more.

6.3.3. Emergency Preparedness

Preparedness for emergency situations is through the development of procedures, communication protocols and the training of personnel in such systems.

6.3.4. Emergency Response

China has external mines rescue service organisations for the response to local emergency situations. They are provided with breathing apparatus and emergency response equipment. Inertisation ... Read more.

6.3.5. Crisis Management

A crisis management plan is required for every coal mine in China and the plan reviewed according to site specific circumstances, as specified in Mine Safety Act 1992 and Coal Mine Safety Regulation: ... Read more.

6.3.6. Disaster Recovery System

Mine disaster emergency rescue plan (DERP) is the process required to manage the occurrence of a mine disaster. There are four required levels of DERP, national government DERP, provincial government ... Read more.

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