HAE Look to Ensure Safety in Tool Hire Jobs

HAE look to ensure safety in tool hire jobs

People working in tool hire jobs have an important role to play in protecting their own safety around sharp or heavy equipment, and also ensuring the safety of their customers when renting out tools and machinery. At this month’s Executive Hire Show 2017 at the Ricoh Arena, Hire Association Europe (HAE) were on hand to host a…

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Extensions are Good News for Jobs in Tool Hire

Extensions are good news for jobs in tool hire

While previous generations may have been more focused on practical upgrades to their homes, such as central heating and indoor toilets, homeowners in the present are focusing on adding space, which is a positive trend for jobs in tool hire. House extensions have wide-reaching potential for jobs in tool hire as, unlike a single more…

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DIY Disasters Boost Tool Hire Vacancies

Extensions are good news for jobs in tool hire

Whether you’re serving the general public, the trades, or both, there’s good reason to expect a boost in tool hire vacancies in the new year, when many people make New Year’s resolutions to do more of those DIY jobs around the house. This obviously has direct implications for the consumer-facing market, where tool hire vacancies can become…

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Independents Lead the Way on Tool Hire Recruitment

Independents lead the way on tool hire recruitment

There are a few big names that come up time and time again in tool hire recruitment, with major chains of tool hire providers logically needing the largest number of employees. But figures from the National Merchant Buying Society show the extent to which independent firms play their part across all areas of the builders’ merchants…

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Housing Market Revival May Boost Tool Hire Vacancies

How plant hire jobs can help SMEs deliver new homes

Tool hire vacancies could get a boost from efforts to inject new life into the housing market, as any rise in homeowner demand is likely to be accompanied by an increase in demand for new homes to be built. According to shadow housing minister Jack Dromey, a Labour government would significantly increase the output of…

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Subcontractors Benefit from Construction Increase

Could apprenticeship funding affect plant hire recruitment?

Workloads have increased for the construction industry among small and medium firms for the first time since 2007. The latest Construction Trade Survey showed that those in the industries such as manufacturing or civil engineering have all reported a bigger workload. Noble Francis, Economics Director at the Construction Products Association, said: “As house building –…

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Work on 30,000 Homes has Positive Effect for Tool Hire Companies

Safety measures in construction site operations are critical

The latest official house building figures from April and June suggest a surge in new homes. According to the Department for Communities and Local Government statistics shows a 6% increase on the previous quarter and a one third rise on the same period last year. Work has started on 29,510 new homes over the past…

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Large Tool Rental Company of the Year award goes to HSS

How plant hire jobs can help SMEs deliver new homes

The European Rental Awards in Amsterdam took place on 8 June and awarded UK rental company HSS Hire won the Large Rental Company of the Year. The president of Boels Verhuur, Pierre Boels, was awarded with the title Rental Person of the Year and Gunnar Glifberg, the former Cramo CEO, was presented with the Lifetime…

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Green Construction Brings Tool Hire Recruitment Back to Basics

How plant hire jobs can help SMEs deliver new homes

Tool hire recruitment opportunities could see a return to traditional construction methods in the years to come, as green and sustainable building continues to shape the future of the sector as a whole. According to a report from Navigant Research, traditional materials and methods are going through a resurgence, thanks to the popularity of eco-friendly…

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Water Efficiency a Priority for Those with Jobs in Tool Hire

Water efficiency a priority for those with jobs in tool hire

Individuals working in jobs in tool hire disciplines could see greater demand for plumbing tools in the years to come, as the UK’s weather becomes more extreme, and water efficiency increases in importance. Already in 2013, the weather has mirrored that of 2012 – and whereas last year started very dry, followed by a very wet…

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