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Title: Influence of ergonomic design on trackless mining machines on the health and safety of the operators, drivers and workers.
Authors: Mason, S
Ballot, P
Cottrell, J
Currie, J
Heap, A
Keywords: SIMRAC
Col 416
Trackless mining machines
Ergonomic design
Issue Date: Jul-1998
Citation: Mason, S, et al. 1998. Influence of ergonomic design on trackless mining machines on the health and safety of the operators, drivers and workers. Safety in Mine Research Advisory Committee, Col 416, July, 1998, pp 1-116
Abstract: The project has produced information and methodologies for use by designers, mine managers and engineers to improve the health and safety associated with the use of trackless vehicles in mines. The project deliverables focus on assisting; designers optimising new vehicle ergonomics; mines specifying the ergonomics of new vehicles; and mines improving the ergonomics standards of their current vehicles by detailed risk assessment methodologies and cost-effective retrofit modifications.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1433
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