What to Look For in a Party Bus Hire

Posted on: 21 February 2017

A party bus hire isn't just about having fun when out on the town; it can keep you safe if you decide to have a few drinks while at the bar or club. It can also mean keeping a group together for the evening, which can also be safer than if everyone drove separately and someone were to be inadvertently left behind. A party bus can also mean that the party gets started as soon as the bus arrives!
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Organising an airport transfer with a long haul flight with a baby

Posted on: 30 October 2016

After a long flight, especially if you have a baby or other small children, it can be wonderful to speed up the trip to your accommodation by having an airport transfer driver meet you at baggage claim or outside the terminal.  Here are some things to let your driver know in advance if you have children. Let them know the age of your children It can be a good idea to let your driver know the age of each child that is traveling with your family.
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5 causes of hydraulic hose failure

Posted on: 12 July 2016

Where inflexible pipes and tubes cannot do the job, hydraulic hoses come in as the best fluid transfer solution. Their unique construction designs enable them to withstand extreme temperature and pressure conditions, thus making them convenient for use in transporting fuels in factories. Have you ever had a problem with any of your hoses and wondered how something so well engineered could end up failing? Well, below are some causes of hydraulic hose failure.
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The 2-Hour/4-Hour Rule And Transporting Hazardous Food: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 1 February 2016

According to Australian food standards, businesses must observe strict rules when it comes to handling, storing or transporting potentially hazardous foods. Businesses must keep hazardous foods under strict temperature controls, but it's not always easy to understand how this applies at different stages during the food preparation process. Learn more about the 2-hour/4-hour rule, and find out how this method applies when you transport potentially hazardous food.   About potentially hazardous foods
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