Underground Coal Mine Fire Preparedness and Response: Fire Extinguishers
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Fire-fighting equipment and suppression systems for emergency responses are critical and specialized for the coal mining industry. This app is for inspecting portable fire extinguishers and mobile equipment in mining operations. Fields include: date, textbox, MSHA Gov ID number, mine name, mine address, GPS, contractor ID, name, title, contact information, signature capture, condition and examination of firefighting equipment, inspection of fire extinguishers for hazardous conditions, procedures, dry chemical damage, risk of fire extinguishers not handled for extended periods of time, caking occurs when moisture contacts the dry chemical due to faulty gaskets, hydrostatic test dates of fire extinguishers and pressure vessels, hazards of rusty fire extinguishers and pressure vessels, plan to handle damaged fire extinguishers, removing defective extinguishers, employees trained to identify defective fire extinguishers, fire extinguishers exposed to mud or wash plant overflows and more.
Employ canvas mobile apps for coal mining operations to digitize your emergency preparedness and response plans for the safety and health of your employees. Complete this coal mine safety equipment list, anywhere you are. Then send, share and save with the GoCanvas Cloud.
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