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machinery risks in mines

Jan 27, 2011 The mining industry has developed machine safety programs with interventions and control technologies to reduce injuries to personnel working near machinery and mobile equipment. Machine safety programs attempt to understand the machine system requirements and specifications and to address the human interface issues involving the operation and ...

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