Mining is a very large scale operation driven industry. It handles a large amount of data on a daily basis. The nature of this data is qualitative as well as quantitative in nature. There are no dedicated platforms for handling the data relevant to the industry and facilitate the functioning of a given mine. However, there exists some independent platforms which are used to assist different industrial operations , they become irrelevant when it comes to mining industry. Whenever a mishap or any unfortunate incident occurs within a mine boundary, there has to be an effective communication between all the mine executives (including the ones who are out of station and are not present at the workplace). All the details regarding the incident are required to be preserved and all the executives have to act according to some specific guidelines. Now, there exists no such platform specifically dedicated o mining industry which contains a handy database containing all the relevant guidelines at a place. Since the number of smartphone users in India are estimated to be around 651 million by 2019, it is safe to assume that every mining executive will have a smartphone. Thus, a smartphone app might take care of such problems. And the current market share of android users in India is around 82% of the total smartphone market . Hence, the idea of an android app appears to be a feasible solution for the above mentioned problem..