Best Practice when Using a Dumper Truck

Date: 13/12/18

Best Practice when Using a Dumper Truck

We pride ourselves at Ardent on having an unquestionably high standard of testing and thorough health and safety practice with regards to all of our fleet. If you are considering hiring a dumper truck for use on a construction site, it is important to us that you understand how to use it effectively and safely, to reduce the risk of accident and/or injury on site.

We are continually reviewing our service processes and levels, developing our core principles to offer the most effective service possible to our customers. So, when you hire a dumper truck from Ardent, you’re assured you’ll:

Be Given the Safest Machine

We are constantly investing in our plant hire fleet, and you’ll find the latest models of dumper trucks available to you. These will have been built to the latest health and safety specifications and have the latest innovative technology to assist with keeping you safe on site.

Have a Fully Working Model

Before any plant hire equipment is sent out to our customers, we will put it through a rigorous testing procedure, as well as take care of all maintenance and repair issues. That way, when the dumper truck arrives on site, you’ll have all relevant and latest HSE documentation and be ready to go.

Receive Full Familiarisation

We are also keen to ensure that all dumper trucks and other plant hire is sent out to our customers with informative training manuals, as well as providing access to Ardent TV for on-site familiarisation with the machine from our team of experts where required. Understanding how to use a dumper truck effectively on site is imperative to reduce any instances of accidents.

To enquire about dumper truck hire for construction, contact the Ardent team on 03333 202 555 or

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