Understanding the inportance of height safety equipment inspections

Posted on: 25 February 2019

If you are operating at height then your safety must be of paramount importance. Working at height means trusting your life to the correct operation of your safety equipment so regular maintenance inspections of that gear should be a regular part of your routine. For too many individuals a height safety equipment inspection is relegated to a minor afterthought rather than being of first importance. The following will help you understand the basics of heigh safety equipment inspections. [Read More]

Top Tips During Earthmoving Equipment Hire

Posted on: 4 January 2019

Earthmovers refer to plant equipment used to excavate, level and move soil. They include graders, bulldozers, trenchers, excavators, backhoes, graders and pile drivers. Contractors often need these machines to complete various projects. If you are looking for earthmoving equipment hire services, below are a few useful tips. Decide what kind of earthmover you want Your scope of work will determine which type of earthmover you need. Although some earthmovers can perform similar roles, each machine has its specialty. [Read More]

Looking to Hire a Forklift? Here Are 3 Important Safety Tips for You

Posted on: 20 November 2018

On construction sites, no industrial equipment is more perfectly suited for lifting and moving materials and items over short distances and through short heights than forklift machines. If you're looking into forklift hire for a particular construction job, you'll need to think about forklift safety. Like other heavy construction equipment, forklifts can be potentially dangerous to operate, so prioritising safety is vital when using the equipment. There are many preventative steps you can take to ensure the safety of everyone involved in your forklift operations. [Read More]

Save Money on Your Next Crane Hire with These 3 Tips

Posted on: 28 September 2018

Are you planning to hire a crane for your next construction project? Getting the most out of your crane is more than just hiring the right one. You have to think about the amount of money you spend on the crane too. Generally, the costs of the hire will vary depending on the size of the crane and the duration of the hire. However, if you're not careful, you can easily end up paying more than you should and this could interfere with your budget for the project. [Read More]