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Safety: How to improve operator visibility

Safety: How to improve operator visibility

When you’re operating some of the largest machines in the world — in active, complex mining environments — you need to be aware of everything around you. That’s why improving visibility is high on the list of safety initiatives for mining companies. Using a combination of site design and technology, mining companies are taking advantage of every option for increased visibility for machine operators and others on site.

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Addressing the Risks of Fatigue

In this webinar, Caterpillar Global Mining subject matter expert Craig Watkins explores the risks associated with operator fatigue and distraction, and shares some tips and tools — including the latest technologies — for addressing this important topic.

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ISSUE 1: Seeing clearly: Improved visibility means safer mine sites

A mine site in operation looks like a busy anthill, with dozens of vehicles traveling back and forth. But when some of the vehicles are three stories tall, it’s critical that all operators be aware of their surroundings. Cat truck cabs are designed for maximum visibility; but by using technologies like cameras, radar sensors and RFID tagging, Caterpillar is able to further increase visibility and keep everyone safer.

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