Rock Plant: Pre-Inspection Checklist for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Equipment Mobile App
Mineral processing plants separate minerals from their ore.
How does it work?
Nonmetallic mineral processing plants are commonly referred to as ""crushing plants"" or ""rock crushers"". These minerals are often crushed to be used for construction materials and to create other non-metallic mineral products.
The Rock Plant: Pre-Inspection Checklist for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Equipment mobile app should be used before the inspector visits the crushing plant. It outlines how the crushing equipment (bucket elevators, mineral crushers, belt conveyors and more) should look and function in a safety inspection checklist. Review the information prior to the nonmetallic mineral processing equipment inspection, so your plant will pass.
This nonmetallic mineral processing equipment inspection information can be found in the construction or operating permit(s), any reporting, or any enforcement action information for the plant, or by contacting the plant contact. In addition, the Inspector should obtain a map, detailed flow diagram, or layout of the plant showing the locations of all potentially affected facilities.
The convenient Rock Plant: Pre-Inspection Checklist for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Equipment app can be opened on mobile devices, meaning you can have it on your smartphone or tablet to reference, and GoCanvas apps do not need a wireless connection to work(http://www.gocanvas.com/content/faq/post/does-canvas-work-out-of-wireless-coverage/).
Get this safety inspection app in the hands of your workers to get everyone prepped and ready for the inspector's visit.