Will Mine safety bulletin No. 124 affect you?

In relation, to the recent Mine Safety Bulletin No. 124 ‘Structural safety of buildings, plant and other structures‘ Some, mine inspectors have been requesting all documentation confirming the structural integrity of any dome fabric shelters to ensure that they are engineered correctly for purpose.

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Fabric vs steel: which is most cost effective for a free-standing structure?

For operators of commercial and industrial projects with a need for high quality shelter solutions, it may come as a surprise to know that there is a viable alternative to traditional steel buildings, in the form of custom-made fabric structures. If you have long-term shelter requirements, you may wonder why you would you choose a fabric shelter solution over a steel structure.

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4 Important things to remember when setting up a construction site

Setting up a construction site can be daunting.  Everyone involved in construction work has health and safety duties.  The main goal of setting up any site is to ensure that workers (and other persons) aren’t exposed to any preventable safety risks.  Of course, there is the issue of reasonable practicality.  All things cannot be prevented, but all measures possible should be taken to keep everyone safe and healthy. Access to sites, traffic control, appropriate working conditions, security surveillance, noise-control and much more are all important aspects of creating a safe and well-organized construction site with efficient and productive workers.

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Top 5 things to consider when choosing warehouse locations

Today’s market is competitive, and this means that a company needs to find the right location for a distribution warehouse. This is a critical decision in the profitability of a corporate supply chain. In this article, we will discuss the top five things to consider when choosing a warehouse location.

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How a relocatable shelter can keep projects on track

Have you ever wondered why your projects come in over-budget and after the scheduled completion date? Most managers believe it is due to missed estimations or poor management. Whereas that is sometimes the case, it is more often due to unforeseeable site delays. The majority of those delays could be prevented with proper utilisation of relocatable shelters. In this blog, we will discuss how to save a considerable amount of time & resources helping to keep your projects on track.

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5 Reasons why your project site needs a container dome shelter

When setting out on a new project, the weather doesn’t always cooperate. Thus, it is important to take precautions to ensure all of your work is safe & protected from the elements during construction. Whether working on a project temporarily, or on an ongoing basis, you will need protection. This is where container dome shelters comes in. Here is why you should be utilizing a container dome shelter for your next project.

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Why does your project need a fabric shelter? Flexibility

When it comes to weather protection for personnel, stock, machinery or equipment, there’s a lot to be said for the effectiveness of quality, fully engineered steel-frame fabric shelters. But even apart from that, one of the main advantages of these types of shelters would have to be their flexibility and adaptability to such a broad range of work situations and locations.

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Should you Buy or Rent shelters for your project?

One of the great things about using container shelters for your projects is that they are so adaptable for different neceds. Each project has different requirements and this means each one needs shelter solutions to match, rather than applying a one-size-fits-all approach.

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Advantages of fabric shelters for warehousing and storage

Steel-framed fabric shelters provide a cost-effective and practical solution for the warehousing of stock and storage of goods and equipment, whether on a temporary or an ongoing basis.

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All-Weather shelter solutions for the winter months

Just as during the summer season shelters can be used to house stock and equipment and protect workers from the elements, container shelter is also essential for health and safety reasons and for the protection of assets in the cooler months.

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