Australasian Mine Safety

Winter 2018

Australasian Mine Safety

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For more information contact us on support@mineexcellence.com ph 03 9444 7454 or visit our website https://www.mineexcellence.com/ BUSINESS FOCUS SOFTWARE Mine Safety Platform Technology can help greatly in increasing safety in mines by ensuring compliance of procedures /SOP's , appropriate reporting and provide correct tools for mine personnel. MineExcellence is pleased to launch its web and integrated mobile based safety platform which can be used in quarries and mines. Key Features of the Safety Platform • Emergency Calling: Ability to call the team in one click in case of emergency. • Site Inspection: Ability to collect data, images etc. from site inspection and confirm with digital signatures. • Hazard assessment: Ability to allocate hazards found during inspection to the concerned person with the list of actions required. • Safety Predictors: Ability to predict air/ ground vibrations and flyrock before doing actual blast. • Custom checklists and forms: Ability to create custom checklists and forms and people at site can fill and submit it. • Accident and near miss history: Keep a track of accidents or misfires happened at any sites for detailed assessments etc. • Equipment Monitoring: Ability to keep track of the equipment, their health, repair status and history etc. • Safety Training: Ability to upload training videos documents etc. and also schedule safety training and show it in training calendar. • Medical History: Ability to upload and keep record of medical history of employees. • Checklists : You can have several checklists (pre and post) prior to crucial mining operations. It has several prebuilt libraries which include best practises for implementation or tailored for site. • Flexibility: It can be used cross all your sites flexibly. • Dashboards: It has several dashboards which are suitable for management and audits. Key Free Inclusions in this system: We have provided an off er which has significant free aspects to the solution 1. Free Initial Configuration / Setup of the system: Initial System Configuration for each mine is included in the costs. Personalization of the system– Your Company logo, Mines Names etc. is included in the cost. 2. Free Training: Onsite training at appropriate Your Company mines by our employees is included in the cost. Training Manuals will be provided to each site 3. Free Security Setup: Creation of login details for users at mine site. Also access to central management portal with custom reports for central management are included in the costs. 4. Quick Installation and Access: We anticipate to complete the installation, configuration and training and providing user access within one month from when we get the order. This is very quick and additional value to Your Company. 5. Free On-Going Support: Support is included free in the costs- This includes a dedicated MineExcellence helpdesk with product experts and mining personnel - 15 hours of support per month is included in costs and can be used for minor changes /analysis. We will send a weekly report on system utilization and key blast metrics to all users. 6. No Infrastructure required / No IT required : We provide both cloud based software and also software that can be installed at your site. If you use our cloud based software - You don't need any server/ computer and we do all backups. You just log on and start using the system • Eff ectively No Hosting / Server Costs / Backup Costs: Hosting / Server and Backup charges are to be borne by us for cloud hosted MineExcellence. 7. Free Product Updates Included: We are a very innovative technology provider and will continue to upgrade our existing modules with new functionality. The product updates will be available to your organization. We also take input from you in our product roadmap. 53 www.amsj.com.au / Winter 2018 / AUST R A L AS I A N M I N E SA F E T Y J O U R N A L

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