A formal risk assessment will be completed for each blast identifying the hazards and controls at each stage including the extent of the blast exclusion zone during the firing sequence Any risk assessment and subsequent hazard controls will be agreed to and approved by all the relevant parties involved in the blasting process before blasting...We are a professional mining machinery manufacturer, the main equipment including: jaw crusher, cone crusher and other sandstone equipment;Ball mill, flotation machine, concentrator and other beneficiation equipment; Powder Grinding Plant, rotary dryer, briquette machine, mining, metallurgy and other related equipment. which can crush all kinds of metal and non-metallic ore, also can be dry grinding and wet grinding.If you are interested in our products or want to visit the nearby production site, you can click the button below to consult us.Welcome to our factory to test machine for free!Get Price
Production Capacity: 50-800TPH
Application Field: Hydropower, building material, highway, city construction, metallurgy, coal mining and so on.etc.
Applied Materials: River gravel,Granite, basalt, bank gravel, bauxite, cement clinker, quartz silicon carbide,limestone, river stone, etc.
Feeding Size: 0-5mm
Output Size: 30-60mm or Custom-made
Voltage: 380V, 50HZ
Certificate: CE, ISO9001
Design: Rotary Die, Flat Die
Feeding Size: 65-300mm
Discharging Size: 3-60mm
Production Capacity: 12-1000TPH
Warranty: 1 Year
Briquette Ratio: Above 90%
Production Capacity: 2-70TPH
Motor Power: 130-3550kw
Total Weight: 25.8-476t
Production Capacity: 4.5-210TPH
Feeding Size: ≤25-≤100mm
Production Capacity: 5-100t/h
Applied Materials: River gravel, iron ore, limestone, quartz, granite and other medium or hard ores and rocks.
Materials: Coal ash, pulverized coal, coke powder, iron power, scrap iron, sinter, carbon dust, powdered carbon, slag, gypsum, tailing, slurry, kaolin, active carbon, coke breeze etc.
A formal risk assessment will be completed for each blast identifying the hazards and controls at each stage including the extent of the blast exclusion zone during the firing sequence Any risk assessment and subsequent hazard controls will be agreed to and approved by all the relevant parties involved in the blasting process before blastingGet Price
Blast Log Ltd were engaged by MJCA on behalf of Tarmac to undertake a blast and vibration impact assessment for four proposed extensions to Whitwell Quarry North North East East and South East and provide a report to be included in the Environmental Impact Assessment EIA submissionGet Price
Regulation 47 of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Quarries Regulations 2008 requires that an adequate written blast specification including identification of the danger zone based on an assessment of the risks is prepared by the explosives supervisor for each shotfiring operation at the quarry to ensure that so far as is reasonably practicable when such shotfiring occurs it will not giveGet Price
The incident occurred on 10 April 2018 twelve people were at risk of being struck by flyrock during an overburden blast conducted at Albury Quarry Those at risk included members of the public workers and a shotfirer who were at the firing location at the time of blastingGet Price
Adequate safety measures will be taken during blasting operations in the quarry so that menmachines are not affected Ground vibration due to blasting will be controlled by the following measures 1 Reducing the explosive charge per delay 2 Reducing the spacing and burden per blast 3 Reducing the amount of explosive charged per blast and 4 Proper controlled rock movement during blast by usingGet Price
Schedule 1 Content of geotechnical assessments 81 Regulation 331a 81 Appendix 1 Training course for shotfirers 83 Appendix 2 Blasting specification 85 Appendix 3 Excavation and tip inspection reports 86 Appendix 4 Vehicle safety in quarries 90 Appendix 5 Legislation relevant to transport in quarries 96Get Price
COVID19 CEMEX implements Mask and Move Policy to reduce risk of virus transmission CEMEX has recently implemented a ‘Mask and Move’ Policy in all shared office areas This means that staff are asked to wear a face covering whenever they are away from their desk or workstation in all shared office areas and applies to everyone other thanGet Price
Blasting Safety – Revisiting Site Security by T S Bajpayee Harry C Verakis and Thomas E Lobb Correct assessment of the bounds of the blast area is the first step in ensuring safety The blaster should Such occurrences demonstrate incorrect determination of the bounds of the blast area Flyrock from a limestone quarry traveledGet Price
All COMPANY blasting activities will be done in accordance with MSHA BATFE state and local regulatory requirementsGet Price