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Our Specialists visit you to identify hazardous areas pertinent to your particular work site and formulate effective strategies to manage the health and safety for your workers and the neighbouring community.

We understand that every site has different needs: from dust/fume filtration and ventilation to noise attenuation and more – whether you’re working in underground basements, tunnels or high-rise construction.  

Our team will work out the optimal working conditions to keep your project going: on track, and safe.


With a range of state-of-the-art equipment and machinery at your disposal, Control Hire will install any recommended apparatus. Prioritising situational positioning, required power supply, water sourcing, air pressure, ducting length, and more to ensure your site is setup for success.


onsite maintenance and service

We know how sites operate – as work progresses, situations change – flexibility and adaptability are key to managing anything the job can throw at you. From filter changes to equipment servicing, Control Hire will keep the wheels spinning from the first day on the job until it’s complete.

solution showcase: mann group

During the Sydney Metro Project, with the threat of excessive amounts of respirable and silica dust being released into the air in a built up area loomed overhead, Mann Group determined that they required specific dust control measures to limit exposure on site while minimising the impact and noise to those nearby.

In order to limit the volume of fugitive dust released as a result of the building demolition, Control Hire suggested the use of three Dust Suppression Cannon V12 models from our range of dust control specialists.

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a guide to using respirable dust monitors | control hire

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If you work in or around construction, there is a high chance you are being exposed to potential fumes from regular use of machinery and toxic substances. Fumes are one of the major health concerns and safety issues that construction site workers face today.

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