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We have an understanding and appreciation of the end use of the vehicle or item of plant, taking into account factors such as axle loadings, weight & height restrictions, statutory regulations, operating environment etc.
We comply with the Australian Standard required by the Australian Mining Industry where a prototype structure must have been destructively proven in accordance with that particular machine type test regime. Evidence of that test has been recorded in accordance with standard, and is available for scrutiny if required.
Detailed manufacturing procedures are prepared and issued ensuring that the structure meets the tested design. Each structure is given a unique serial number. A plaque is affixed to each structure providing the necessary detail meeting the standard. A register is maintained for each structure, which includes date of manufacture, host vehicle/machine, owner and job number to afford full traceability. Job records include Material Mill Test Reports as are the names of the qualified individual trades persons involved in the manufacture
The standard makes allowance for organisations experienced in the manufacture of these structures to be approved repairers. The repaired structures have a plaque affixed attesting to its compliance. All repaired structure details are included in the register.
Safety comes first
We are able to advise on compliance appropriate to the standard & both the WA Mines Regulation Act 1997 and Workplace Health & safety Act 1996 Sign Off – New acquisitions
Fleet compliance to the act Condition reports with recommendations.
WA Mines Regulation Act-Current Designated machinery used at a mine must be fitted with a ROPS that complies with Australian Standard AS 2294 On-Highway trucks used as WATERING and SERVICING VEHICLES are "Designated" Where a vehicle is used as a water wagon or sevice...read more