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Man’s needs have grown quite complex since the primitive age when food were mostly hunted in the wilderness and shelter could be as simple as a spacious cave. Today, shelter–one of man’s basic needs–isn’t just four walls and a roof over one’s head. The term “shelter” has branched out to various types that are based on their purpose, function, and design. A dome shelter is one good example of such a variation.
The Versatility of Dome Shelters
Dome shelters are generally considered as cost-effective housing solutions to provide protection and shade for any site requirements. They can be designed to serve a range of purposes from industrial, commercial, to residential settings. A high-quality and versatile dome shelter and other similar structures, such as the ones made by established companies like Container Domes Australia, are tough, easy to install, relocatable, and can be customised depending on customer needs. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2lOMZvx
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Excessive sun exposure is the primary cause of skin cancer. This means that industrial laborers who work for prolonged periods under the sun are at high risk for the disease. Australia has one of the highest skin cancer rates in the world, so workplace managers must never neglect this particular aspect of their job and ensure that their workers are adequately protected from overexposure. Follow these guidelines for outdoor workers to help them keep safe under the sun.
Reorganise job hours
To ensure better comfort, you can reorganise your job tasks so your workers are able to complete the necessary work hours before the sun can deal its damage. The hours of greatest sun intensity are those between 10 am and 4 pm, so try to get the work done before or after these hours. If this is impossible, then you may want to consider the protective measures below. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2lj86m1
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
The last month of summer is coming up, and if you’re not yet preparing your tools and machinery for storage by now, you soon will be. So how did your equipment fare with last year’s storing methods? If you found them in bad shape in your shade dome and had to take significant steps to get them working again, you may want to introduce a few changes to your storage technique to ensure your
tools are up and running in no time at all.
Ensure they’re in good condition
Your first order of business is to check that your tools and equipment are in good repair before you put them away. Have any broken machinery repaired first, and replace any tool that can’t be fixed. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2liZADD