TYREgate Checklists

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The Surface Design Philosophies (DPs) were developed for high priority safety issues common amongst the Surface EMESRT member companies. To explore a specific Design Philosophy click the DP titles or 'read more' and access the relevant objective, outcomes, risks and mitigation examples.

From the EMESRT Surface Design Philosophy.

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Objective To minimise the risk of events involving earth moving equipment tire and rim operation and maintenance that could cause injury, to ALARP, including consideration in design for foreseeable human error. Outcome The intended design outcome should include a Wheel (rim & tire) design that considers the weight, stored pressures and physical size of modern earth moving equipment tyres with respect to handling, affixing to the vehicle, and assembly, to minimise the risk to the people fitting & maintaining the tyres and involved in the operation of earth moving equipment.

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of an uncontrolled release of pressure from the tire and rim assembly during operation and maintenance. Causal factors could include an overly complicated rim design, inter-reliance of components, or failing to remove pressure from tyres, or failing to follow the correct procedure or sequence, when attempting to maintain or remove them

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of crush injury during maintenance activities. Causal factors include the physical size of the wheels and the need to have people working inside the arms of tire manipulators. Also equipment having impractical and inaccessible jacking points

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of strain and sprains during maintenance activities

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of an abnormal rim condition that becomes evident only when the rim fastening system is released

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of assembly failure from mismatched components on multiple component rim assemblies

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of pyrolysis / explosion of the tire and rim assembly from induced overheating from other vehicle components

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of wheel nuts falling off due to the failure to retorque some time after fitment

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of tire or rim failure due to loss of control of the previous duty or repair history of these components

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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Risk of a tire operating condition becoming critical without the operator's knowledge

From the EMESRT Tires & Rims Design Philosophy.

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