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Cost vs Quality in Construction

Last week I was reminded of something I’ve seen over and over through my years in business. Cost is important, but so is quality. We also need to consider the person we are dealing with before making a decision; not necessarily the company they work …

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National Safe Work Month

Why workplace health and safety is important

Did you know the highest injury fatalities in the construction industry come from falling at heights? Good work design not only improves the physical and metal health and safety of workers, but also increases their satisfaction and productivity. National Safe Work …

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HIRE OR BUY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

Should I Hire or Buy Construction Equipment?

In the world of construction, a man is only as good as his tools and the various types of construction equipment are the most important tools on the job-site. Forklifts, diggers, bulldozers, boom lifts, scissor lifts, and even attachments like digger buckets …

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Great Service is a choice

How do you choose to serve your customers? At Duralift we serve like eagles….let me explain that to you: Great Service is a Choice from The Simple Truths of Service by Ken Blanchard and Barbara Glanz No one can make …

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scissor lift hire

Scaffolding vs Scissor lifts

The battle of: Scaffolding vs. Scissor Lifts Many jobs that require working at-height , especially in construction, still rely on traditional scaffolding. For many of these jobs, a scissor lift or two or three would be cheaper and safer. Here’s why: …

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A split second decision

Are you wearing your PPE? Duralift provides PPE free of charge with every hire – this is why. We don’t want our customers in this situation… Russ is a work-related paraplegic as a result of making the split second decision not …

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Construction Work Accidents – Are you at risk?

Whilst the Australian construction industry continues to see continual growth, with the number of workers in the industry growing by 33% over the last 11 years, it still remains a high-risk industry to be in. ARE YOU AT RISK OF A WORK ACCIDENT?

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