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Managing Statutory Electrical Compliance with REDEYEDMS
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Managing Statutory Electrical Compliance with REDEYEDMS

Wesfarmers Curragh is one of Australia’s largest independent coal mines, producing export metallurgical and domestic steaming coal, via an extensive network of fixed, mobile, and field infrastructure.

After decades of brownfield installations, equipment overhauls, and capital projects, the Engineering & Planning team onsite realised there were significant operational risks associated with the accuracy of their engineering drawings, especially within the electrical discipline.

“I have a statutory responsibility to all personnel onsite to ensure engineering drawings are controlled, marked up, and updated,” said Electrical Engineering Manager (EEM) Alex Kavanagh.

“We have dozens of electrical sub-stations across site, containing thousands of drawings. Every day our staff, contractors, and consultants rely on the accuracy of these drawings to safely conduct maintenance, and efficiently complete upgrade projects.”“There was a lack of confidence in the  drawings they were referring to. We were relying on individual knowledge to prevent operational downtime, or worse, a significant safety incident.” Mr
Kavanagh continued.

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