Plant and Tool Hire Jobs & Social Media

Plant and Tool Hire Jobs & Social Media

When you think about plant and tool hire jobs you do not often associate them with social media. More often than not what comes to mind is someone in dirty work gear operating heavy plant equipment or someone in a warehouse full of tools and equipment. So how does social media play a part in all this?…

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Safety Measures in Construction Site Operations are Critical

Safety measures in construction site operations are critical

Safety in the workplace. We all know about it and when the next safety briefing comes up we all groan inwardly thinking there is always something better we could be doing with our time but in actual fact these boring briefings and information sessions help towards saving hundreds if not thousands of injuries from occurring each year.  When you…

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More Self Build Sites Could Boost Tool Hire Vacancies

Safety measures in construction site operations are critical

The government’s continued commitment to supporting self-builders could bring further good news in terms of the availability of tool hire vacancies, as more people need the correct tools to construct the home of their dreams. At the end of September, the Department for Communities and Local Government announced 11 new areas nationwide to receive special…

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‘Planning Revolution’ Could Boost Jobs in Tool Hire

How plant hire jobs can help SMEs deliver new homes

A so-called ‘planning revolution’ could be good news for people seeking jobs in tool hire in the years to come. The Chancellor’s Mansion House speech, delivered earlier this month, outlined moves to increase the amount of brownfield development that takes place in the UK. By doing so, this not only means old building plots may…

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Green Deal Boosts Jobs in Tool Hire

Green Deal boosts jobs in tool hire

The Green Deal aims to make homes across the UK more energy efficient, but it could also be having a positive impact on the number of jobs in tool hire and other disciplines. Since January 2013, over 100,000 assessments of properties have been carried out under the Green Deal, with a range of recommendations given…

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