Commissioning is a quality-focused process necessary to ensure the site is critically equipped for an emergency. The process involves ensuring that the refuge chamber remains in perfect working condition, following delivery and installation.
Occurring at the time of install is critical, on occasion, a chamber may not be placed underground upon immediate arrival to the site. Commissioning upon installation ensures the chamber is connected and positioned correctly, meeting the safety requirements of MineARC systems, site, and an active emergency response plan.
Commissioning addresses the following critical areas:
> Verify correct installation of a refuge chamber at each unique mine site
> Improve employee understanding and coordination of maintenance
> Ensure efficiency and effectiveness of a refuge chamber
> Certify the refuge chamber is emergency ready
MineARC Representatives are available to provide commissioning services to all sites.
Other MineARC Client Support
Free training courses, providing clients the opportunity to upskill in areas such as service & maintenance, electrical troubleshooting and the general operation of MineARC Chambers.
Regularly servicing and performing maintenance checks on a refuge chamber will help ensure your equipment is ready in the event of an emergency.
MineARC's in-house engineering team are on hand to provide customised design solutions, as well as electrical and software support to clients