Underground Coal Mine Fire Preparedness and Response: Self-Contained Self-Rescuers (SCSRs) Mobile App
Be prepared for emergency responses.
How does it work?
Assess your underground coal mining self-contained breathing apparatus with GoCanvas mobile apps for mining industry emergency response. Use this collection of mobile apps right from your smartphone or tablet, anywhere you are.
The Self-Contained Self Rescuers (SCSRs) checklist is part of an underground coal mine fire preparedness and response plan. Fields include: date, textbox, MSHA Gov ID number, mine company name, mine address, GPS, mine operators contractor ID, name, title, mine operators contact information, signature capture, each operator shall make a self-contained breathing apparatus available to each coal miner who goes underground, and to visitors authorized to enter the mine by the operator, an approved self-contained self rescuer device or devices which is adequate to protect such person for 1 hour or longer with breathable air, brand and model of SCSR used at the mine, safety and training (hands-on training), underground SCSR caches location, SCSRs are stored on the surface, total number, MSA, CSE, Ocenco, draeger and more.
GoCanvas coal mine occupational safety and health apps can test your emergency response plan while securing the health and safety of underground miners. Send, share and save GoCanvas mobile checklists, anywhere you are, with the GoCanvas Cloud.