A Guide on HR Driving Courses in Australia

Would you want to drive a heavy haulage truck? A Heavy Rigid (HR) licence allows you to drive trucks and buses with three or more axles, a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) of above eight tonnes and a towing capacity of up to nine tonnes. Read this excerpt to learn how to apply for an HR driving course and how to pass the test.  Eligibility Criteria People that intend to apply for the course must be 18 years or above. [Read More]

Three Beginner Tips for Using Scaffolding on Construction Sites

Working at height on scaffolding is dangerous, but it is essential in numerous construction, renovation and building maintenance operations. In general, if the scaffolding is used correctly, your elevated tasks will be completed with ease. However, poor practices when working on these structures can be disastrous. Therefore, if you are inexperienced and planning to work on scaffolding, you must be diligent in upholding personal safety. Here are essential tips to keep in mind when carrying out construction work on scaffolds. [Read More]

How Business Owners Can Benefit From Employment Agencies -- 3 Amazing Advantages You Should Know About Now!

As a business owner, one of your many jobs is probably making certain that your job vacancies get filled with appropriate candidates. Even if you've got an employee in charge of the hiring, it's still important for you to give your approval whilst bringing new employees on board. One of the best ways to find the right person for your company's job vacancies is to use an employment agency. Here are three major advantages that you should know about. [Read More]

What to Know about On-Site Forklift Training

If you are considering getting forklift training to expand your resume and take on higher paying construction jobs, then you may be considering on-site training options. These options refer to training schools that are available through a company who will train you, test you, and hire you versus going to a training school and gaining the training on your own. If you are seriously considering using an on-site training method, there are a few things you should consider: [Read More]