Underground Coal Mine Fire Preparedness and Response: Monthly Checks on Foam Generator
Use this easy mobile checklist to test your mining rescue operation foam generators, right from your smartphone or tablet.
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The annual firefighting equipment digital checklist is part of the coal mining industry emergency preparedness plan for safety and health. Dry chemical and high expansion foam generators are an important part of mining equipment for fire safety and health preservation. In a toolbox on the foam concentrate generator, there is a notebook that contains a complete listing of various items that should be on the generator. There are also a series of mining equipment tests and checks to be made. After completing the inventory list and making the necessary series of checks and tests, the person that does these checks signs his or her name and states if anything is missing or wrong with the generator.
Fields include: date, MSHA Gov ID number, mine company name, mining operation address, GPS, mining operation contractor ID, name, title, mine operators contact information, signature capture, tests to be made on foam concentrate generator, check oil, check fuel, start generator, check cage for dents and punctures, start suppression device generator, check tires, wheel clocks, crank handle for starting suppression device engine, pressure reducer valve, gang valve, hose clamp, bull hoses, portable fire extinguisher and more.
GoCanvas coal mining operation health and safety apps review your firefighting equipment and help to ensure the health and safety of underground coal miners. Send, share and save GoCanvas mobile checklists for the mining community, anywhere you are, with the GoCanvas Cloud.
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