3 Different Ways You Can Ensure Your Buildings Foundations Are Secure

21 December 2018
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Whether you are a construction worker who makes dozens of buildings a year or a new homeowner who is trying to break ground on their first property, there are a few challenges everyone who is going through the process of construction will face. During the planning phase, you are able to make decisions about how you will construct your building in a way that will make it stand the test of time, and no feature is more important when discussing longevity than the foundation. Read More 

Follow These Safety Precautions when Working Near the Rotary Table in Drilling

2 November 2018
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Most of the accidents that occur in the drilling environment happen on the rig floor, and especially in the area immediate to the rotary table. In most cases, members of the drilling team get injured when they are caught between the equipment and the tubular. It is, therefore, important to ensure that you follow all the recommended safety rules when working near or around the table to avoid accidents. Here are the safety precautions that can help you minimise the probability of accidents. Read More 

Construction Equipment Rental: Four Crucial Tips for Choosing a Tray Top Crane

12 June 2018
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If you are planning on renting a tray top crane for your construction work, you should take time to inspect and assess the heavy equipment before acquisition. Choosing the wrong crane for your needs will result in financial losses and inefficiencies on the worksite. On the other hand, the right construction equipment will ensure worksite safety and optimal performance. Here are essential tips to remember when selecting your rental tray top crane. Read More 

Forklift License Testing: What You Need to Know

26 January 2018
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Forklift trucks are a very useful piece of equipment. However, in the wrong hands, these machines can be extremely dangerous. If you operate a heavy construction equipment company, you will need staff who can safely operate forklift trucks so you can load support equipment onto trucks from your yard. If you are interested in possibly sending staff members on a forklift truck driving course, you may be wondering about the various requirements are and what trainees can expect. Read More