Optimising your Relationship With Heavy Construction Equipment

Some Accessories to Consider When You Choose a Small Crane Rental

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A homeowner may actually opt for a small crane rental when doing any renovation or remodeling work on their home in order to safely lift certain materials to upper levels and allow for easier construction of a second or third story. If you need to hire a crane for your work for the first time, you may not realize the many accessories that are often available and which can make that work easier on you overall, beyond a standard bucket or claws.…

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Hazards When Using Overhead Cranes and How to Prevent Them

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Overhead cranes are used to lift, move, and lower extremely heavy or bulky construction materials and equipment on a construction site. When installed and used correctly, overhead cranes make operations easier and safer. However, overhead crane accidents can lead to fatalities and injuries, or even death. Preventing these disasters requires the operators and other workers to recognize certain hazards that can occur during operation. Electrical hazards One of the hazards associated with overhead cranes is contact with power lines.…

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Answers to FAQs about Getting a Heavy Vehicle License

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Heavy vehicles are driven more than 1 billion kilometres in Southern Australia annually and are involved in 15 percent of fatal accidents and 7 percent of serious accidents each year. This is why getting proper training prior to licensing is very important if you want to operate a heavy vehicle (vehicles whose gross vehicle mass (GMV) exceeds 4.5 tonnes). Training can be done by any accredited trainer in your region. These are some frequently asked questions you should know as you prepare for your licensing assessment.…

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