Underground Mining MQA

Trackless mobile machine in an underground
electrically powered load haul dumper
diesel-powered load haul dumper (LHD
Electro hydraulic long hole drill rig
remote-controlled Load Haul Dumper (LHD)
skid steer secondary drill rig
rock strata conditions
interchangeable-saddle utility vehicle
Extinguish with portable fire extinguisher
Basic health and safety practices underground
Charge shot holes with primed explosives
Transport explosives by of a mobile machine
Support a workplace with support straps
blasting products and their usage
harmful gases and vapors
concrete-spraying utility vehicle
Make safe a workplace by means of barring
(LDV) in an underground mine
Doze material using a Tyre Dozer
Charge shot holes with propellant based cartridges
Transport broken rock by means of a dump truck
operate a remote controlled vehicle underground
Transport and load explosives into blast holes
Fixed saddle utility vehicle
obstruction removal with a water cannon
utilizing a scissor lift
Skid steer loader
Shunt and tow cars by means of a tractor
Rigid Body Rear Dumper in an underground mine
Lift and move material by means of a forklift
Operate a Load Hauler Dumper
Operate an Electro-Hydraulic Drill Rig
Operate a Motor Grader
Operate a Mobile Scaler
Operate a Rock Breaker
Operate a Tracked Dozer
Operate a Water-Bowser

What is underground mining?

Underground mining is used to extract ore from below the surface of the earth safely, economically and with as little waste as possible. The entry from the surface to an underground mine may be through a horizontal or vertical tunnel, known as an adit, shaft or decline