ChekRite is the most powerful platform to conduct mine inspections from your device, keeping you in the know above, and underground.
Here are some checklists our customers are using:
Emergency Response, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Mechanical/ Workshop, Electrical, Vehicles and Mobile Equipment, Traffic Management, Roads and Surfaces, Excavations and Mining, Job Start, Occupational Health, Hot Work, Working at Heights, Crane Operations, Confined Space, Hydrocarbon Storage, Flora and Fauna, Water Management, Erosion, Sewerage Treatment, Occupational Health and Safety Administration, Chemicals...
Using your device, ChekRite allows users to conduct HSE inspections, observation-based audits, employee inductions and more in the field easily.
With the ability to share reports with managers or across teams, ChekRite provides the flexibility you need to build checklists that suit your business needs.
ChekRite is versatile enough to handle any checklist or inspection. Implementation is as easy as creating templates online, sharing with auditors in the mines, and visualising the data through ChekRite Analytics.
ChekRite your Mine Safety:
With an engineering procedures audit, you can set clear project expectations from the beginning and have complete visibility over your operation. Manage all on-site demands from your mobile device.
Engineering projects involve many complexities. By performing a basic risk assessment all workers on site can be prepared to what hazards they might come across. ChekRite can be modified to suit any engineering project.
Whether your engineering project is for a civil, structural, mechanical or something else, every project manager needs to perform quality inspections. ChekRite allows engineers to perform routine monthly workplace inspections.
In addition to custom checklists created for you by our in-house team, create your own procedure audits, pre-start risk assessments, work requests and more to accelerate your project.
ChekRite allows you to create audit templates in minutes from any device so you can inspect and collect data in real-time.
One area of surface mining includes giant machines such as drills, electric shovels and giant draglines, some of which have buckets that are capable of moving 150 cubic metres of material in one scoop.
ChekRite can ensure your GET inspections are done correctly, and with speed to correspond any faults or potential risks back to the control board instantly.
Underground mining is carried out when rocks or minerals are located at a fair distance beneath the ground, but then they need to be brought to the surface. Underground specialised mining equipment such as trucks, loaders and diggers are used to excavate the material, and are normally hauled to the surface with skips or lifts for further processing. Drilling is normally required to place explosive charges to liberate the minerals from the overburden material. Use ChekRite to conduct checks underground and above ground to manage risk.
Directional drilling is a specialised and effective method for drilling non-vertical wells. This specialist working environment has the potential to expose workers to many hazards including working at heights, manual handling, and the uncontrolled release of stored energies associated with plant (e.g. hydraulics, compressed air systems) and equipment. Use ChekRite to conduct whip checks on compressed air hoses prior to beginning work.
For large projects, you’re going to need a lot of fuel. As a contractor, it may be necessary to supply fuel as part of your wet hire agreement. This can be challenging if the project is in a remote area, or you face machines being returned with fuel missing. ChekRite is the solution to ensuring fuel levels are maintained on equipment return, reinforcing accountability and cost recovery.
If you're using your machines for wet or dry hire, it is imperative as part of the pre-start inspection, that your operator asses the operating conditions prior to beginning work. ChekRite can help your operator determine whether the environment is safe for work simply, to sidestep devastation and damage to your assets.
Compactors and example of an electrical machine, do exactly what the name suggests - they compact - using either static or vibratory force, and powered by hydraulics. Commonly seen on job sites across the country, compactors that use static force use smooth or padded rollers, and the earth is kneaded to enhance compaction. ChekRite helps manage the fuel safety, and the four stroke machine safety pre-start inspection.
Reporting accidents and incidents is one such facet, and allows the regulator and industry to identify where there are uncontrolled hazards and share the lessons learnt. By understanding the mechanisms and identifying trends, even low consequence events (e.g. near miss) can assist in preventing high consequence events (e.g. serious injuries and fatalities).
Contractors need to report accidents, occurrences, and potentially serious occurrences to the exploration manager or the onsite person responsible for exploration activities in a timely fashion. The manager or responsible person must then submit a report to the regulator through the online Safety Regulation System (SRS) and may also contact a mines inspector.
This can be a lengthy and time consuming process and is usually actioned from site, to paper, to supervisor, to an electronic format by an administration officer and could potentially take days.
ChekRite has the ability to capture data at the point of impact, and instantly report that data through to the channels of those who need to know- ensuring downtime is at a minimum.