A coal mine must have standard operating procedures for the following fitting, removing, testing, maintaining and repairing . tyres and rims on fixed and mobile plant; 2. Scope This standard applies to all tyres, wheels and rims on mobile, transportable and fixed plant at a mine
The following recognised standards, guidelines and guidance notes relate to mining and quarrying activities in Queensland. Recognised standards Section 72 of the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 specifies that the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy may make recognised standards. Standards state ways of achieving an acceptable level of risk for people working in coal mines.
Standard Operating Procedures. The following standard operating procedures have been developed by DEP39;s programs to assist with program specific implementation of the Permit Review Process and Permit Decision Guarantee policy. Implementation of the standard operating procedures will ensure consistent procedures for reviewing permit applications across the department.
Safe operating procedures should be reviewed on a periodic basis, e.g. every 2 years, depending upon the level of risk, to ensure that the procedure remains current and appropriate. Reviews of safe operating procedures will be required sooner than two years in the event: An incident occurs that relates to the safe operating procedure ;
A Standard Operating Procedure is a standardized process that outlines a set of detailed instructions to help workers perform complex tasks properly and safely. The main objective of standard operating procedures is to develop an effective quality system and comply with industry specific regulations and standards.