Equipment Hire Tips

Are you a budding contractor? If you are, equipment hire is a viable option since you might not have the funds to purchase large trucks and earthmovers. However, the equipment hire process may not be as straightforward as you might presume. Below is a piece detailing the considerations to make when renting equipment.  Determine The Specifications Of The Required Equipment  Examine the site conditions and work plans to establish the equipment specifications needed at your site. Read More 

Need Dewatering Pumps? Tips For Using Them Effectively

If you need to start using dewatering pumps, now's the time to plan for safety. Your mining operations use a lot of water. But, water left in pits and wells can cause serious problems for your mining operations. That's where dewatering pumps come into the picture. Dewatering pumps help you avoid issues with flooding. But, you do need to take steps to avoid issues. If you're not sure how to plan for your dewatering pumps, read the list provided below. Read More 

Inspections for Height Safety Equipment

As a new construction business owner, you may already be looking for the ideal equipment. Some of the equipment will likely deal with working at exceeding heights. This means having the equipment that offers height safety. This can be any type of heavy equipment that reaches certain heights. The safety precautions must meet a certain standard to prevent falls. Here are some of the height safety equipment inspections you may encounter. Read More 

Five Reasons Foundation Drilling Is Important

Foundations are essential for buildings. Without a solid foundation, structures are unstable and weak, which could result in a collapse. Foundation drilling is the process of creating a foundation for buildings. Here are five reasons why foundation drilling is important to any construction project: 1. Foundation Drilling Brings Power To The Building Foundation drilling helps to bring power to the building. The company will ensure that all the power lines are put in place for your building. Read More 

4 Safety Best Practices to Keep Workers Protected During an Excavation Project

As construction projects pick up speed across Australia, the industry is fraught with numerous risks. Whether it's from faulty and improper equipment handling or falling from heights, the list can be endless. However, excavations rank among the top-ranked risk segments of the construction industry. Prioritising worker safety during excavation projects is thus an indispensable facet. Workers on an excavation site face four primary hazards: cave-ins, utility lines, hazardous atmosphere and struck-by objects. Read More