Mobile Crusher Plant Operations Safety

HSE Quarries Safe operation and use of mobile jaw

A properly designed mobile crushing operation should not need any person to be present on the crusher access platform during normal crushing operations. Being on the access platform during normal operation presents the following risks: Struck by objects ejected from the crusher, such as bits of stone or metal. The operation of the crusher catches being struck by any reinforcing bar as it

Mobile impact crushers in mines SafeWork SA

The crusher was not in operation at the time of the incident. We remind all mining operators of the need to develop and implement safe system of work for the use and maintenance of mobile impact crushers in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Approved code of practice Managing the risks of plant in the workplace outlines responsibilities and the requirements to managing risks

Safe and sound: Crusher safety : Pit & Quarry

14/7/2015· “All of this is done with the crusher still running and no operator intervention inside the crusher.” Such a system saves users considerable time, too. Clearing a blocked crusher can take an hour or more, Dallimore says. He estimates that a typical blockage occurs in a stationary plant between five and six times a year, with mobile crushers

Enhancing safety around crushers : Pit & Quarry

16/2/2018· Safety on a crusher starts with the person feeding the plant. The person feeding the plant needs to be trained on best practices specific to the crusher they are working with. An operator may have years of experience operating and loading a cone crusher, but that doesn’t translate into experience loading and operating a jaw crusher. Operators need to be trained on what to look for to

Apprentice injured while maintaining mobile crusher

A third year apprentice was assisting a plant operator and a mechanical tradesperson to maintain the internal wear plates of a mobile crusher hired from a contractor. When the apprentice dropped a tool onto the conveyor below, it was decided to run the conveyor to recover the tool. The pendant controller was plugged into the machine, and the ignition switch for the onboard diesel motor was

Mobile impact crushers in mines SafeWork SA

The crusher was not in operation at the time of the incident. We remind all mining operators of the need to develop and implement safe system of work for the use and maintenance of mobile impact crushers in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Approved code of practice Managing the risks of plant in the workplace outlines responsibilities and the requirements to managing risks

Apprentice injured while maintaining mobile crusher

A third year apprentice was assisting a plant operator and a mechanical tradesperson to maintain the internal wear plates of a mobile crusher hired from a contractor. When the apprentice dropped a tool onto the conveyor below, it was decided to run the conveyor to recover the tool. The pendant controller was plugged into the machine, and the ignition switch for the onboard diesel motor was

Mobile crushing plant unintended movement of tracks

2/11/2011· Example of mobile crushing plant Investigation of a fatal incident by HSE has identified that unintended movement of some mobile crushers can occur when there is an earth/ground fault. On the machine involved in the incident, damage to the outer sheath and insulation of an electrical control cable connected to the solenoid actuator of a track valve had exposed a conductor.

Plant and equipment safety procedures

mobile plant, plant that lifts or moves people or materials, amusement structures, high powered lasers, turbines, explosive powered tools, scaffolds, chisels, saws, photocopiers, desks, filing cabinets and temporary access equipment Hazard Hazard means the potential to cause injury or illness Examples of potential harm that plant or associated systems of work may cause to people at work

training.gov.au CPCCDE3021A Operate demolition

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to operate a stationary or mobile crushing plant to produce crushed demolition materials in a range of sizes. It includes the preparation, inspection, maintenance, operation and shut-down of a crushing plant. It may include working with others and as a member of a team. Application of the Unit. This unit of competency supports those who

Working with or around mobile plant safety alert

However, working with or around mobile plant is a potential risk at any workplace with mobile plant. Action required Work health and safety legislation requires PCBUs to ensure that risks to the health and safety of workers and others due to mobile plant (including vehicles) are eliminated or, if this is not possible, minimised so far as is reasonably practicable.

Crushing do's and don'ts : Pit & Quarry Operations

4/1/2016· Do: Consider where you put your crushing plant. Place the crusher where it makes most sense, Dobler says. Also, consider if a portable setup is the way to go and what type of crusher matches your rock’s needs. “You could be anywhere from operating costs that are two to three times higher with an impact crusher versus a cone crusher

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS Safety Training Courses Perth

ACCREDITED SAFETY TRAINING FOR EQUIPMENT OPERATORS . JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS GENERIC MOBILE PLANT . Note: This is just a guideline. A Risk Assessment must be designed for each specific piece of equipment, and each specific work area and task. A JHA is a never ending document. There will always be a better way to get the job done. CONSEQUENCE LIKELIHOOD

HEALTHANDSAFETY ADVICEFOR PLANTOPERATORS

Plant Operator 6 Health and Safety Law 7 Health and Safety On Site 10 Health and Safety Training 11 Supervisors and Managers 14 Training of Plant Operators 19 Planning 21 Review and Monitoring 22 Site Conditions 22 Unauthorised use of plant 23 Visibility 24 Maintenance and Inspection 28 Overhead power lines 35 Lorry Loaders (HIAB) 36 Passengers on Mobile Machinery 37 Forward Tipping Dumper

SAND, GRAVEL, AND CRUSHED STONE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING MODULES

MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION DAVE D. LAURISKI ASSISTANT SECRETARY Originally Published AUGUST 2000 INSTRUCTION GUIDE SERIES MSHA IG 40 . MODULE NUMBER 17 OF INSTRUCTION GUIDE NUMBER 40 ON-THE-JOB TRAINING FOR THE SAND, GRAVEL, AND CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PRIMARY CRUSHING OPERATION This module describes basi c

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