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Under the Mines Safety and Inspection Act and associated regulations, a mine record book is used by mining operations, including exploration operations not on a mine site, and mines inspectors to record: details and results of an inspection by a mines inspector details of improvement, prohibition and provisional improvement notices. This is the senior level in the Mines Inspector series and differs from the Mines Inspector level in that the Mines Inspector 5 performs the most complex inspections and directs and supervises the work of Inspectors 3 and 4. OR 2. Under the limited supervision of an Engineer, an incumbent is responsibleFile Size: 28KB. The Mines Inspectors reports comprise some tens of thousands of pages dealing with accidents, working procedures and other aspects relating to safety in all types of mines and in quarries. They give information on specific mines, accidents and people, but . A mining inspection refers to the visual inspections performed by site safety officers and professional miners during safety checks. Its primary purpose is to identify hazards, risks, and non-compliance with required safety standards so the correct control measures can be applied and a safe worksite can be established.
interviews). When reviewing reports, the mine site inspector should include relevant details on the data he/she finds (e.g., names/contacts of responsible persons or institutions) in the comments field of the inspection report to substantiate data credibility. Inspection process: lack of evidence –. MINES, S REG 8 Methods of attaching ropes Examination and testing of rope attachments Rope clearance, alignment Mechanical hoist system inspections Hoist system inspection DIVISION 3 Ropes Manufacturer’s certificate Rope test certificate Information to be recorded in rope record book. Section mine record book under previous legislation. reports made by inspectors, inspection officers, district workers’ representatives At smaller and less complex operations (such as opal and gem mines, small quarries, drill sites, etc.) it may be practicable to use the record book for all the. inspector and assistant inspectors? Employee’s inspectors are elected by a majority of persons employed at mines in a designated mining district and are appointed to the position by the State Mining Engineer. Employee’s inspectors provide an additional avenue for mine workers to consult in relation to safety and health.
Daily Pre-Shift Surface Mine Inspection Log Book covers safety inspections on all surface conditions observed beginning the shift. Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires all record books to be in a secure book format. Annual reports of H.M. Inspectors of Mines on coal mines across England, Scotland, and Wales. They are arranged by district and generally contain statistics and reports on fatal accidents; general observations on ventilation and methods of working at the mines; details of equipment used; a list of collieries in the district and their location and owner; and may contain comments and. Each year, the Chief Inspector issues a report highlighting mine inspection activities and administrative functions. The report also summarizes mining accidents and incidents and the results of various competitions and awards promoting mine safety and reclamation. • Chapter Two, "Inspection Procedures," discusses general procedures common to all NPDES inspections, including pre-inspection preparation, entry, opening conference, documentation, closing conference, and the inspection report. • Chapters Three through Seven provide the specific technical information necessary to.