Well we do not really offer any services that anyone pays for, or sell products to anyone who visits this site, it's all free. We are happy to help and advise you on products, equipment, work methods, best buys or how to do a job or project with them etc, etc..
If you want us to visit your construction site, or go on track in the railway industry (Within Australia we do have Pegasus cards and can access the track), act as consultants or train your staff, that is a different matter and that we can do, but this would be charged at commercial rates.
If you want training or need a consultant.
Get in touch with us and we can see what we can do for you.
If your looking for information, product brochures, user manuals, parts manuals and practical examples of how to use the machinery, tools and equipment we recommend, you are in the right website. If you need, or want training on any of it, again, your in the right place, we can undertake that, as well as consultancy on a project by project basis. There are no charges or fees for accessing any information here, or for asking any questions, we are happy to answer them.
Most manufacturers and dealers will train an operator or two when you first purchase equipment, this however does vary considerably. One of the biggest problems is that often, the trainer does not have PRACTICAL onsite experience in using the equipment, often being a salesman that shows basic operation. We extend that considerably, with our experience in using and maintaining the products found here, plus the fact we are qualified VET (Vocational Educational Training) trainers, we can train additional staff.
Within Australia, it is compulsory for operatives of ANY equipment on track to hold competency on the equipment being used. Initially the training was, sometimes still is, generic. However, if you have never used a particular item of equipment, correct operation of it is unlikely to happen quickly. As those who work on track know, you don't always have the time to train on the job, productivity and safe working must go hand in hand. The construction industry will adopt similar rules and regulatory requirements eventually, possibly sooner than most are ready for.