Emergency communication systems in tunnelling are used to distribute information and instructions, manage emergency response personnel and plans, and initiate evacuation.
Safety is paramount in any tunnelling project. Trusted tunnelling safety initiatives safeguard against accidents and emergencies.
Fire dangers exist in underground mining and tunnelling operations.
Recognised for the innovative design of the TunnelSAFE Multi Service Vehicle Refuge Chamber, the first of its kind in the world…
Developing a refuge chamber to meet the specific needs of the tunnelling industry…
Why is it important to monitor gas levels in a sealed refuge chamber and how is this done?
How does Carbon Monoxide enter a sealed refuge chamber and why is it necessary to remove this gas?
The 30-person TunnelSAFE Gantry Design (GD) Refuge Chamber is situated on a 7.76m diameter Herrenknecht mixed shield TBM…
Methane Shut-Off System and Detection for Tunnelling Refuge Chambers installed in Egypt.
The unique chambers will fit on to a Komatsu Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) for a 2700mm diameter sewerage tunnel, approximately 50 kilometres long. The tunnel is being built between Hiroshima and Kure in Southern Honshu, Japan.