Training & Collaboration: Building towards a sustainable future
O’Halloran & O’Brien’s Training Academy has been at the forefront of hands-on training, tailored to meet the dynamic demands of the industry. Their mission is not just to equip individuals with skills but to instil a sense of responsibility towards sustainable practices.
Since the Training Academy Open Day that we supported with in May 2022, the centre has been an excellent facility for training, demonstration and documentation of best practices within the industry. An example of this is our partnership to train and showcase a sustainable approach to concrete washout and concrete waste management with our Concrete Washout System.
“We’re here today to show our existing workforce and new entrants’ best practice in relation to concrete washout.”
Padraig Cosgrove | Workforce & Resource Manager, O’Halloran & O’Brien
Concrete Washout System: A practical approach to sustainability
Conquip’s Concrete Washout System is a ground breaking solution that addresses the environmental concerns of concrete washout. Designed to reuse 100% of concrete wastewater, it facilitates the safe washout of concrete skips, trucks and pumps.
The system’s versatility and compatibility with concrete equipment right across the industry, ensures it is widely used and it is a quick process to get started on your project – see this recent article where it was featured on the Considerate Constructors Scheme best practice hub.
“We’re collaborating to provide training videos and step-by-step user guides for site teams on how to use the Concrete Washout System.”
Alan Mitchell | Account Manager, Conquip
Empowering the Next-Gen Workforce
The collaboration between Conquip and O’Halloran & O’Brien’s Training Academy underscores the importance of training the new generation of construction professionals on better methodologies that positively impact safety, productivity and sustainability.
To find out how you can safely manage and reuse concrete waste water, click here: Conquip’s Concrete Washout System