This webcast seminar consisting of on-demand pre-recorded presentations will provide information to assist you to optimise the design of mobile equipment for handling of bulk materials including excavators, stackers, reclaimers, ship loaders, and ship unloaders.
Guidelines will be provided on the most efficient use of AS 4324.1 to improve the robustness and reliability of the bulk handling equipment used in Australian ports and mines.
The seminar is a must for engineers wanting to learn the latest information on AS 4324.1 from the chairman of the Standards Australia committee responsible for the standard.
The overall seminar package consists of 2 x 60 min (approx.) pre-recorded presentations (parts 1 & 2) followed by a maximum 60 minute pre-recorded Q&A session (part 3) as follows:
HISTORY, BACKGROUND AND PROPOSED CHANGES TO AS 4324.1
EFFECTIVE DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES TO AS 4324.1
Richard Morgan is a Director of Aspec Engineering which provides engineering services to mining companies, heavy industries, and ports in the areas of materials handling and infrastructure. He is Past Chairman of the Structural College of Engineers Australia and is currently Chairman of Standards Australia Committee ME43 which is responsible for Australian Standard AS 4324.1 for Materials Handling Machines. Richard has held senior positions with a number of engineering companies including over 10 years as Principal Structural Consultant with BHP.
Each of the pre-recorded presentations (video, audio & slides) includes a copy of the presentation notes.
$195 - ASI Member
$250 - non-member
Reduced fee packages are available for companies registering 10 or more attendees. For further information, please contact ASI at email@example.com