Advanced Equipment Training
Advanced equipment training
Perfect Hire recently held an Advanced Tool training day for some of our team members. We will be hosting these advanced tool-training sessions to allow our team members gain valuable advanced tool and equipment experience.
This allows our team members to learn the correct usage of advanced tools like our Oxy Cutter, Core Drills and Demolition Saws in a controlled and safe environment. These training sessions are ran by our most experienced Site Supervisors who have years of experience in Construction and know the dangers if these tools are not used correctly.
Types of equipment our team members used
Our Oxy Cutter is probably one of the most dangerous tools we stock as it involves the use of highly flammable material and works at extreme temperatures.
Our DME 20 Hand Core Drill is capable of coring to depths of up to 600mm when extensions are used. It is important to learn the correct use of this drill as you can easily burn out diamond cores if not used correctly.
Our Stihl Quikcut Demolition saw is one of the most powerful demolition saws on the market and if not used correctly quickly becomes one of the most dangerous tools around.
What do I need to operate advanced equipment?
Advanced tools like Oxy Cutters, Demo Saws and Core Drills are used on a daily basis in the construction industry. It is important to learn and respect that these tools are highly dangerous if not operated correctly and can cause injury if not wearing all appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
As you will mainly be working on Construction sites all across New South Wales you will need a General Induction or White Card to be allowed to work on site. You will also need all the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment.
Step 1. Secure yourself a White Card & Personal Protective Equipment.
It is required to have a White Card to work on construction sites across NSW so firstly secure your White Card. There are a number of providers when it comes to White Card courses in Sydney. Here is a list of WorkSafe approved course providers – white card induction course providers.
PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
Another essential part of the Demolition Jobs in Sydney is safety as Demolition is one of the most dangerous industries there is a massive importance on health and safety. PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) plays a massive role in keeping workers safe while on site and is a requirement to work on sites all across Sydney. There is lots of places to purchase PPE without breaking the bank, Kmart actually have a very good selection of work ware like Hi-Vis Shirts, Safety Boots and work clothes which are actually very good quality and reasonably priced.
Where can I seek casual work?
There are a number of ways you can find Demolition Labourer jobs in Sydney.
Here is a list of some of the most popular websites you can find casual jobs in construction on:
You could also safe yourself a load of hassle and just apply to become of the Perfect family here at Perfect Labour Hire. We will provide you with our in-house safety and tool training; supply you with full PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and Uniforms. We provide you with a career pathway and map out a way for you to work from General Labourer right up to Project Manager.
The advantages of joining Perfect Labour Hire:
- Stable on going work
- Competitive Rates
- In house training provided
- A strong emphasis on safety
- Career Pathway’s
- A great work culture with plenty of work outing like BBQ’s, Paintballing and Go-Karting.
- Flexible working hours with day and night shifts available
So if you are looking to work in Demolition here in Sydney to start your career then apply for Perfect Labour Hire and work for some of the biggest Construction companies in the country and build your experience with us.
If you are looking for Experience with advanced equipment why not join the BEST PRACTICE LABOUR HIRE IN SYDNEY give our guys in Human Resources a call today on 0405 857 270 and they will book you in for an interview.
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