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Mobile Equipment in Underground Mines
An Ontario, Canada, Ministry of Labour inspector visits an underground mine to talk about safety practices around mobile equipment.

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Dirt Truck Flips During Off-Loading
Good video to demonstrate the wrong way to off-load a trailer filled with dirt or other material.

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Don't Mess With The Boss
And he's not necessarily the guy in charge.

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Hauling Equipment the Wrong Way
Here's an excellent video demonstrating the wrong way to haul heavy equipment.

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Land Cruiser Pancake
Here's how some operations take care of older models in their rolling stock.

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Slick Turn-Around Manuever
This skillful and gutsy driver makes it look easy.
Diesel Regulations: Heavy Duty Vehicles
This is Part 2 of 4 Parts. DVD010 - 2005 - Diesel Powered Vehicles.
Diesel Regulations: Light Duty Vehicles
This is Part 3 of 4 Parts. DVD010 - 2005 - Diesel Powered Vehicles.
Diesel Equipment Fire Suppression: How It Works
Shake Hands with Danger
Safety film for heavy equipment operators that was commissioned by the construction equipment manufacturer.  Reminding workers to follow procedures and stay alert, Shake Hands with Danger features simulated accidents and a memorable title song.
The Roll of Drums
This classic Caterpillar video uses comparative examples of dangerous stunts to illustrate the importance of safety on the jobsite.
Pre-Operation Inspection of Off-Road Haulage Trucks by the Driver
Describes a typical sequence of inspection procedures followed by drivers who operate off-road haulage trucks.  Topics covered include: inspection location; personal protective equipment; fluid-carrying lines; truck bed; lights and mountings; cab; safety appliances; steering; and brakes and braking systems.
Pre-Operation Inspection of Highway Haulage Trucks by the Driver
Describes a typical sequence of inspection procedures followed by drivers who operate highway haulage trucks.  Topics covered include: inspection location; under-the-hood check; tires and wheels; steering components; suspension components; trailer or bed frame; cab; safety appliances; and brakes and braking systems.
Stay Calm and Stay in the Cab!
In this video you'll hear how a bulldozer operator felt while he was buried in a surge pile cavity, and how his company's safety efforts, before and during the accident, contributed to his safe recovery.
Atlas Copco presents: BenchREMOTE
BenchREMOTE is a unique remote operator station that removes the operator from hazardous areas and unstable benches.  At the same time BenchREMOTE increases efficiency, making it possible to operate up to three rigs simultaneously.  So please, have a seat.
Remote Control Mining
Watch as this operator guides his machine remotely in a underground mine in Kemi, Finland.
Largest JENGA® Game Played with Caterpillar Equipment
"Stack" pits five Cat® machines, including Excavators and Telehandlers, against a mountain of massive JENGA® blocks. The object of the game is for heavy equipment operators to remove and then reposition a stack of 27 JENGA® blocks one at a time, without toppling the structure -- using only their Cat machines and attachments.
Visibility and Communications: Off-Road and Highway Trucks
This video discusses the visibility and communication problems associates with off-road and highway haulage trucks.

Brakes, Grades, and Runaways - Off-Road Trucks
Reviews important principles of haul road design and maintenance, braking system inspection and maintenance, and driver procedures for handling off-road truck runaways.  Topics covered include: road design; road maintenance; berms; brakes; and runaways.
Inspection of Off-Road Haulage Trucks by an MSHA Inspector
Presents a typical sequence of procedures followed by an MSHA inspector during examination of an off-road haulage truck.  Topics covered include: inspection location; fluid-carrying lines and steering components; tires and wheels; truck bed; lights and mountings; cab; safety appliances; and brakes and braking system parts.
What You Can't See Could Kill Someone! [Pathway to Safety 2]
DVD534-S - 2000.  Blind spots around haul trucks is a major problem for mining operations.  To combat this problem, MSHA asked companies to put cameras on their trucks on an experimental basis.  This video contains interviews with drivers who used cameras on their trucks and the safety benefits they received.
COMMAND!
Command provides remote control, semi-autonomous and autonomous systems for both surface and underground mobile mining equipment.  By integrating the capabilities of Fleet, Terrain, Detect and Health, it delivers dramatic improvements in safety, productivity and availability at your operation.  Learn more at https://mining.cat.com/command.
Command for Dozing
A remote control system, Command for dozing is available for Cat D10T and D11T Track-Type Tractors.  A line-of-site operator console enables control of the machine from a safe distance away from the working area.
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