On this day, Saturday 18th May 1991: 

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On this day, Wednesday 15th May 1991: 

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On Wednesday 15th May 1991, Bradley Environmental Consultants Ltd was founded. Starting from a small office in Dudley with just six employees, Bradley Environmental Consultants has grown to become one of the UK's most 33 celebration largerespected providers of Asbestos, Legionella, Workplace Exposure Monitoring, Training, and Health & Safety Services, serving thousands of clients. 

Celebrate 33 years with us on the 15th May 2024! 

Over the past three decades, Bradley Environmental Consultants has experienced remarkable growth. Today, we operate from locations in Birmingham, Wakefield, Blackpool, Livingston, and St Asaph, with plans to open a new location in the South East. 

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Members of staff from our head office in Halesowen, West Midlands, have signed up to take on the Wolf Run this summer. The 5k run will include a unique combination of three kinds of off-road running: mud runs, trail runs and obstacle courses. Wolf Run Article Size

The team are joining our Project Scheduler, Gemma, and her friends & family to raise money for Brain Tumour Research which is a charity close to their heart.

Gemma lost her son to a brain tumour in 2021 and every year dedicates her time to raise money for charity to help stop others going through what they went through and to support the funding of long-term sustainable research in the UK.

“The more we can raise to fight this horrendous disease will hopefully in the future mean that no one else will go through what we did. Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40, than any other cancer…yet just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease”.


Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity operates across the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby. Sands work in partnership with health professionals to ensure that bereaved parents and families receive the best possible care and promoting improvements in practice and funding research that could help to reduce the loss of babies’ lives. Sands Gails News Story

Long serving employee Gail Careless, a Lab Analyst and Technical Support Officer from our Halesowen office, is honouring her daughter, Frankie May, by joining the Snowdon by Night Hike on the May 18th 2024 to support Sands, a charity for families affected by stillbirth and neonatal loss. Through her fundraising, Gail aims to raise awareness for a cause that provided immense support during her time of need.

Gail shared. "I'm committed to giving back to Sands and ensuring that other bereaved parents recieve the same level of support that was extended to me during my darkest days." 

The charity's multifaceted approach encompasses not only providing direct support to bereaved families but also collaborating closely with healthcare professionals to ensure optimal care for those affected by such tragic circumstances. Furthermore, Sands actively advocates for advancements in practice and allocates resources towards research aimed at reducing the prevalence of infant loss. 

The call from health and safety professionals to the government to address the ongoing issue of asbestos exposure,Global Asbestos Awareness Week 1 highlights a persistent and concerning public health issue. Despite the ban on asbestos in the UK for 25 years, the material still poses a significant risk due to its prevalence in older buildings.

The fact that an estimated 300,000 non-domestic buildings constructed before 1999 still contain asbestos underscores the scale of the problem. Asbestos-related diseases continue to claim thousands of lives annually, with approximately 5,000 deaths attributed to asbestos exposure each year in the UK alone.

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) emphasizes the need for increased awareness and proactive measures to mitigate exposure risks.

Collaboration between government entities, policymakers, regulators, employers, and worker representatives (duty holder) is essential to effectively address the issue.

Efforts should focus on enhancing awareness and education about asbestos, particularly among those who may encounter it in their workplaces, including employees of smaller businesses. Consistent and stringent asbestos management practices are crucial to minimise exposure and protect public health.

Bradley Environmental Consultants are delighted to announce that due to the continued success of ourVACANCY Fleet Admin company, coupled with the benefits offered by the Government funded Apprenticeship Scheme, a vacancy has arisen for a Fleet Administrator Apprentice  at our Head Office in Halesowen.

The role is based on a 40-hour week and the starting wage will be £7.00 per hour, with an equivalent salary of £14,560.00 pa. This salary will be reviewed, based on performance, at 3-month intervals with a view to achieving an hourly rate of at least £12.00 per hour before the 18-month apprenticeship is complete.

The role will focus on being coached and trained by our existing Fleet Manager within a busy, fast paced and reactive environment. Our business turns over more than £12 million pa and has over 80 vehicles on fleet.

This exciting opportunity, which will run alongside a Level 3 Business Administration qualification, will allow the candidate to work closely with our existing Fleet Manager, ensuring that our vehicles are maintained effectively and remain roadworthy.

Full training will be provided for all aspects of the role.

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