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Tyre Management Conference
Perth, Australia - 14-16 November 2007
Conference / congress

IQPC realise that a lot of people are tired of the tyres topic and conferences, especially now with the tyre situation stabilising, however, after some intense research with people in the industry, the focus for many tyre and production personnel is now to improve operator training and awareness on the topic, specifically operations and production staff.

Key Speakers:
    *  Grant McLennan, GIANT TYRE VULCANIZERS
    * Tony Cutler, OTRACO INTERNATIONAL
    * Scott Petrie, ZINIFEX – CENTURY MINING ALLIANCE
    * Neil Brett, OTRACO INTERNATIONAL & KCGM
    * Garry Hughes, BMA – PEAK DOWNS
    * Gary Morgan, KLINGE GROUP OF COMPANIES & BMA – PEAK DOWNS
    * Andrew Weis, OTRACO INTERNATIONAL
    * Tilman Rasche, KLINGE GROUP OF COMPANIES
    * Bob Maynard, STANDARDS AUSTRALIA
    * Roger Thompson, UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA
    * Tim Prest, FLEXTRED

Topics:
    *  Ramifications of the tyre shortage on the mining industry
    * Identifying and managing tyre damage
    * Best practice tyre maintenance
    * Optimising tyre performance through effective mine planning
    * Driver and haul road impact and management
    * Building better communication strategies between tyre and production staff
    * Updates to the AS 4457
    * Different tyre fitting and training strategies
    * Preventing tyre related accidents
    * Latest innovations in tyre retread




Date(s):
14-16 November 2007

Venue:
Rydges, Perth, WA

http://www.iqpc.com/cgi-bin/templates/singlecell.html?topic=542&event=13962
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