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Keeping Workers Hydrated

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 22nd May 2019

Keeping Workers Hydrated

It’s often said that a happy worker makes a productive worker, which we all agree with, but more importantly, a hydrated worker makes a productive worker. Keeping your workers hydrated is an absolute must regardless of the weather or time of year; workers who wear heavy, protective apparel on the job constantly feel the heat. You can keep your workers hydrated by providing access to clean drinking water throughout your site, as well as temporary buildings with a range of amenities. Easy access to fluids ensures workers stay hydrated. Hydrated workers are more comfortable, cool and alert – making for…

Tips on Winter Plant, Machinery, Equipment and Tool Hire

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 20th September 2019

Saving time and money... ...on Plant, Machinery, Equipment and Tool hire during the winter. When the cold spell begins to bite this year, you will need to be prepared with the right equipment on site. During this article we discuss just some of the sticking points to winter hire. What can be done to alleviate known winter issues on site and finally how consolidating your hire suppliers can save you time and money. Autumn officially begins on the 23rd of September this year, and it is a period of adjustment from the heady days of summer. We have had a…

Onsite Welfare: the do’s, don’ts and musts!

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 6th February 2017

How legal is your construction site? Are you aware of all the regulations and standards you have to meet in order for your site to be lawful? The HSE have provided us with rules to ensure that your workers are properly looked after at all times. Because, after all, the job always gets done better if everyone is comfortable! First of all, there are a set amount of toilet facilities that must be present. The HSE recommend around 1 toilet for every 7 workers, based on the average 8 hour day. The toilets are to be kept clean and in…

Multiple Products Supplier – Events and Festivals

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 9th May 2019

Multiple Products Supplier - Events and Festivals

Events and festivals during the summer are as British as tea and biscuits. From Shakespeare at a castle, the re-enactment of historical battles, and food festivals in a wooded glade, festivals are the fish to our proverbial chips. They provide a release for the British public and allow them to enjoy their love of something cheesy, beery, and musicy. The versatility of PAL Hire ensures we not only supply construction sites throughout the UK, but during the summer months, we also service a wide range of events clients organising and running events and festivals across the country. Our events clients…

H20 Solar Pod

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 7th May 2019

PAL Hire now allows you to add a sustainable power and water supply to your site with the H20 Solar Pod. Ideal for remote sites with no access to mains power and the perfect replacement for a 30-45 kVA generator. You can hire the H20 Solar Pod to reduce noise and carbon emissions on-site, as well as significantly reducing fuel costs. Combines Solar PV, battery storage, a backup generator, and a 400l fuel tank all in a safe and secure self-contained unit. Generally utilised on medium-sized construction sites, it is predominantly used to power a site compound and up to 5…

How far has modern Plant Machinery come?

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 5th January 2018

Modern machinery as we know it has come a long way. Necessity being the mother of invention has enabled the ability for the completion of bigger civil engineering projects. From the construction of canals, roads, through to railways and modern motorways, the need to deliver projects on time and on budget has driven change. The nation’s infrastructure bears testament to the numerous changes in civil engineering and how mechanisation has improved projects. It is hard to think that the construction of Egypt’s pyramids occurred about four thousand years ago, yet it was only in the past 200 years that mechanisation…

Bison Barrier

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 18th January 2018

New product from PAL Hire is the Bison Barrier. The Bison Barrier is a 1m x 2m water filled unit for delineation of traffic around sites. Weighing 400kg when full, the Bison stands up impressively against its competition.

Buddha Barrier

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 19th January 2018

The Buddha Barrier is a uniquely designed, completely anti-trip Water Filled Separator. At 800 mm in height, it creates a safer environment for pedestrians over traditional Water Filled Separators, as well as this, the Buddha Barrier can be fitted with a metal fence panel that creates a barrier over 1.8 m in height.

Rota Block Mini

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 19th January 2018

The Rota Block Mini fits standard mesh fence panels of any length and offers client a greater choice when choosing the ideal water filled ballast block.

SlotBlock Barrier

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 19th January 2018

As the only water-filled barrier to offer compatibility with standard mesh panels, the PAL Hire SlotBlock barrier is the go-to barrier for high-visibility protection, flexible deployment and superior wind resistance.

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