CORESafety Tips: How to Lessen the Risks of Powered Haulage Collisions
Powered haulage incidents are one of the biggest safety concerns for mining companies and their workers. We’re now halfway through 2019 and there have been four powered haulage fatalities reported so far this year by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA).
Many powered haulage accidents involve collisions with other vehicles or equipment. This downloadable PDF includes some best practices that may help you avoid powered haulage collisions.
CORESafety’s approach to safety and health emphasizes accident prevention and uses a risk-based management system anchored in leadership, management and assurance.
Given the high number of powered haulage accidents and fatalities over the past decade, CORESafety encourages you to review these Modules –
- Module #4 – Fatality Prevention & Risk Management
- Module #5 – Training & Competence
- Module #12 – Work Procedures & Permits
- On June 18, 2019