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Investigation of haul truck-related fatal accidents in

Jun 01, 2014 · Dump site: Dumping: 39: 18 y3 a: 6/28/1999: A truck driver apparently lost control of his loaded coal truck while traveling down a haul road. The truck struck the right side berm near an escape ramp and flipped over on its side: Haul road: Moving forward: n/a: 1 d4 a: 11/1/2001: The operator failed to set the parking brake while parking.

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(PDF) An Analysis of Injuries to Haul Truck Operators in

Haulage Truck Dump Site Safety: An Examination of Reported Injuries; Independent Contractor Trends in the United States Mining Industry; A Review of Recent Accidents Involving Explosives Transport; Test Results of Collision Warning Systems for Surface Mining Dump Trucks

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Metal and Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health - MSHA

A haulage truck driver was fatally injured at this operation on March 15, 1999, when he backed an 85-ton truck over the edge of a 140-foot highwall. Berms, bumper blocks, or other similar impeding devices were not maintained at the dumping location to eliminate the hazard of overtravel and overturning.

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Metal and Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health - MSHA

A truck driver was fatally injured at this operation on September 13, 2005, when a 50-ton haul truck overturned at the dump location located along the top edge of the dump site. A berm was not provided along the elevated edge at this dump site for a distance of 35 feet where a 21 foot drop off hazard existed.

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Berms 06: Dump Point Safety : Mine Safety and Health

Dec 31, 2014 · Mine Safety and Health Administration Department of Labor DVD001: Haul Road and Dump Site Berms Berms 06: Dump Point Safety Using trucks to dispose of waste materials and build stockpiles are important parts of many metal and nonmetal mining operations.

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Haulage Truck Dump Site Safety: An Examination of Reported

HAULAGE TRUCK DUMP SITE SAFETY: AN EXAMINATION OF REPORTED INJURIES By Fred C. Turin,1 William J. Wiehagen,1 Jasinder S. Jaspal,2 and Alan G. Mayton2 ABSTRACT Dump site injuries occur in all major mineral industries. Working in elevated areas near an edge is a common hazard for operators of off-highway mobile mining equipment.

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Dump Truck Driver Safety Tips - EHS Daily Advisor

Oct 07, 2000 · In this Information Circular (IC), serious injuries involving haulage trucks working at dump sites are examined for the period 1988 to 1997. Data were acquired from injury reports gathered by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). The …

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Haulage Truck Dump Site Safety: An Examination Of Reported

Dump site injuries occur in all major mineral industries. Working in elevated areas near an edge is a common hazard for operators of off-highway mobile mining equipment. In this Information Circular (IC), serious injuries involving haulage trucks working at dump sites are examined for the period 1988 to 1997.

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Why Do Haul Truck Fatal Accidents Keep Occurring

Feb 22, 2021 · Turin F, Wiehagen W, Jaspal J, Mayton A (2001) Haulage truck dump site safety: An examination of reported injuries. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for …

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(PDF) Risk assessment for haul truck-related fatalities in

age Truck Dump Site Safety: An Examination of Reported Injuries," by Fred Turin and William Wiehagan, industrial engineers at the Pittsburgh Research Laboratory, prepared in conjunction with the study presented here. classified as lost-day and restricted-activity injuries. Three-hundred and six injuries were classified as days away from work only.! Incident type: Trucks falling over …

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Haulage Truck Dump Site Safety: An Examination Of Reported

Dump site injuries occur in all major mineral industries. Working in elevated areas near an edge is a common hazard for operators of off-highway mobile mining equipment. In this Information Circular (IC), serious injuries involving haulage trucks working at dump sites are examined for the period 1988 to 1997.

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Haulage truck dump site safety: an examination of reported

Haulage truck dump site safety: an examination of reported injuries . By . Abstract. Dump site injuries occur in all major mineral industries. Working in elevated areas near an edge is a common hazard for operators of off-highway mobile mining equipment. Although haulage truck activities at dump sites resulted in a small proportion of the

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Haulage truck dump site safety: an examination of reported

Haulage truck dump site safety: an examination of reported injuries . By . Abstract. Dump site injuries occur in all major mineral industries. Working in elevated areas near an edge is a common hazard for operators of off-highway mobile mining equipment. Although haulage truck activities at dump sites resulted in a small proportion of the

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Final Report - Fatality #4 - June 08, 2017 | Mine Safety

Jun 08, 2017 · Normal work practices allowed a loader to load customer trucks while at the same time allowing haul trucks to dump over the edge being loaded out of promoting the occurrence of unstable ground. As a result of not dumping from a safe location the operator of this haul truck received fatal injuries. The citation was terminated on June 26, 2017.

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MSHA - Metal and Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health Fatal

The operator of a Terex haulage truck was fatally injured at this operation on November 5, 1996, at approximately 5:10 p.m. when the truck he was driving down a declined haulage road, traversed a curve and continued in the same arc as the curve without straightening, left the roadway, and went over the edge into a pit that was filled with water

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Off-road truck-related accidents in U.S. mines - ScienceDirect

Sep 01, 2016 · Haulage truck dump site safety: An examination of reported injuries (DHHS (NIOSH) publication no. 2001–124, information circular 9454), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Services, CDC-NIOSH, Pittsburgh, PA ( 2001 )

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January 19, 2021 Fatality - Final Report | Mine Safety and

Jan 19, 2021 · 103 (k) Order #9474259 was issued January 19, 2021, at 3:15 p.m. A fatal accident occurred on 01/19/2021 at approximately 1:00 p.m. when a haul truck backed up to the edge of an elevated dump site, overturned and landed on the cab of the truck. This order is issued to assure the safety of all persons at this operation.

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RI 9653 REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS/2000

(PDF) Risk assessment for haul truck-related fatalities in

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Dump truck safety for drivers: Stay in the cab!

In this Information Circular (IC), serious injuries involving haulage trucks working at dump sites are examined for the period 1988 to 1997. Data were acquired from injury reports gathered by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). The IC is organized into three sections.

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CDC - Mining - Infographic: Haul Trucks Can Kill! - NIOSH

(PDF) Risk assessment for haul truck-related fatalities in

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