Ceres has a surface gravity on of 0.029G and an escape velocity of 500ms. So there would be a down, standing up would be possible and it would be impossible to accidentally escape into orbit. Falling over (or dropping something held) would take around 10 seconds, anything kicked up or thrown would be aloft for much longer. So jumping your mining truck wouldn't give you enough time to eat lunch, but certainly enough time for people to notice.
In terms of mining any mobile machine is going to have great difficulty cutting rock, or even scooping up loose debris because of the greatly reduced friction. Pushing would have around 1/30th the force available on earth, and trying to dig into the surface would tend to flop or roll the machine rather than break material free.
Explosives would work, but probably unpopular since they will exceed the 500ms velocity where debris becomes every-bodies problem. You would also need to look at the chemistry locally available to avoid having to import material from earth.
So an open pit mine with dump trucks and excavators is probably not going to be a thing.
One key question to answer is what is being mined. Current information appears to be that the top 100km is icy, with a metallic core under that. If the aim is water extraction mining might consist of just exposing material and putting down a bag to trap the subliming volitiles.
If the aim is surface layer material, than a dragline system probably works.
If the metal core is the target the mine will first need to get through that 100km of icy material, conventional tunneling where the tunnel machine clamps itself in place to provide traction for drilling and work regardless of gravity (which will reduce towards the core).