As a registered training organisation, Kal Tire is investing in its next wave of tyre technicians, preparing them with the knowledge and skills required to work in this role, while diversifying the industry.
Repairing damaged off-the-road tyres from mining vehicles has historically been limited to traditional repair methods with many repairable tyres often discarded to landfill. Kal Tire discusses the steps it is taking to save hundreds of tyres from going to waste.
The tyre industry has traditionally been male dominated, with female workers most commonly seen in administration roles. Kal Tire is breaking down the barriers and hiring the best workers for the job, male or female.
A 10-bed community mental health step up-step down service in the Goldfields, Western Australia is set to open in early 2021.
Kal Tire is developing a mining tyre recycling facility in Chile that could end up being an opportunity that also emerges in Australia.
Mine site tyre management presents a series of safety concerns that must be mitigated to avoid injury. Safe to Work explores how Kal Tire approaches this priority.
Safe To Work explains how Kal Tire has helped create a secure environment for tyre maintenance at the Roy Hill iron ore operation in the Pilbara. Ben Creagh writes.
Kal Tire has been recognised on day two of Electra Mining Africa 2018 for the launch of its technology and innovations.