Bradley Environmental has all new training dates for 2017 on our website, we have a range of different training courses to choose from, take a look at some of the courses that we run. ukata category a training asbestos awareness

UKATA Asbestos Removal Training

UKATA Asbestos Awareness Trainingiosh managing safely training birmingham wakefield

Asbestos Management Training

BOHS P Courses

IOSH Training

First Aid Training

E-Learning Health and Safety Training

Bespoke Health and Safety Training

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Bradley Environmental would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! 2016 has been an excellent year for Bradley Environmental.
 New work contracts have meant that we have lots of new people working in the business. This will ensure that our commitment to delivering excellent customer service continues. We plan to continue our growth in 2017, with expansion plans into new areas and locations. 
You can also follow us on our social media accounts for all the latest Asbestos News, Bradley News and Training Updates. Follow us on InstagramTwitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. We also have an Asbestos Blog that will keep you upto date with Asbestos industry news. 
BUSINESS OPERATIONS OVER THE CHRISTMAS PERIOD Please be aware that all of our offices will be closed on 23rd – 27th of December and 30th - 3rd January. 
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Bradley Environmental’s company charity of the year has been chosen, we had an in-house vote and Bliss was announced the winning charity.

To raise money for the chosen charity we have decided to have a dress down Friday, where all our staff have the choice to come to work in there own clothes and make a contribution every time, so by the end of the year all the money will be collected and sent to Bliss. bliss picture

Bliss is one of the leading UK charity for babies born premature or sick, they are a community of parents, families, volunteers, health professionals and researchers all working together to make sure the sickest and most vulnerable babies in the UK have the best possible start in life.

By us raising money for bliss we hope to make a difference to the lives of babies born premature or sick we will be helping to empower families, influence policy and practice, enable life changing research.

This charity in particular is quite sentimental towards one of our colleagues, Dawn Taylor our Senior Technical Administrator, as her daughter was born 6 weeks premature and she was in the special care baby unit for a couple of weeks, It was at that time she realised how much there was a lack of resources available to premature babies, even little things like clothes.

Bliss was founded in 1979 by a group of concerned parents who discovered that no hospital had all the equipment it needed to safely care for premature and sick babies. Determined to do something, these volunteers formed a charity to give vulnerable babies the care they deserve. Almost 40 years later Bliss has grown into the leading UK charity for the 90,000 babies born needing neonatal care every year. Bliss’ vision is that every baby born premature or sick in the UK has the best chance of survival and quality of life.

Bliss’ vision is that every baby born premature or sick in the UK has the best chance of survival and quality of life.

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Two city landlords have pleaded guilty to failing to put right a string of housing offences at a property in Whitmore Reans.
Balwant Rai, aged 41 and Raj Kumari, aged 53, both of Bilston, pleaded guilty to failing to put right serious health and safety problems at a property in Carter Road.
The pair last week received fines and costs of more than £5,800 each at Wolverhampton Magistrates' Court.
Now, Wolverhampton council hope the conviction of the landlords will act as a strong deterrent to others who put their tenants’ health and safety at risk.
The property, then occupied by a family of five, including three children, was inspected by council housing officers in February, and an improvement notice was issued.
Further inspection revealed the landlords had failed to deal with fire hazards, electrical issues, food safety concerns, a lack of drainage, and the large build up of waste to the rear of the property.
As a result of the condition of the property, and the risk it posed to the tenants, the council also served a Prohibition Order, which came into effect on July 11, 2016, to prevent it being lived in.
Councillor Peter Bilson, deputy leader and cabinet member for city assets, said: “We are determined to bring to task landlords who are not complying with housing laws.
“Our residents’ health and wellbeing is of paramount importance to us and this case should act as a lesson to all landlords in the private sector.”
Following the conviction of the pair, the council has this month launched a new five-star rating system to improve the quality of housing in the private sector.
The ‘Rent with Confidence’ star rating system for private landlords’ aims to encourage greater customer choice and raise living standards.
 Source: Express & Star

We have received some wonderful feedback about the services we have provided to our clients. 

Connect Housing

"Just to say a massive thanks to Matt your Training Manager, who recently led the P405 course at your Halesowen branch although he was supposed to be on leave and covered us at short notice he was completely dedicated to ensuring we passed. I’m extremely grateful for his commitment"

 Develop Training

"I speak to Shellie quite often and her responsiveness and understanding of our requirements has always been excellent. I would not hesitate in recommending Bradleys, and have done on a number of occasions. They are clearly a professional organisation with high service levels."

 Proactive Asbestos Control Ltd

"I usually liaise with Shellie the Training Department Supervisor; she is always very helpful and always tries to be as accommodating as possible. Training is always good, feedback from our operatives is always positive."

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This UKATA certified Asbestos Awareness Training course is delivered at our training venue in Wrexham, North Wales.
Our UKATA Certified Asbestos Awareness Training course will raise the awareness of individuals to the potential dangers of asbestos exposure and individuals whose responsibilities include the management of asbestos in their buildings.
By the end of this Asbestos Awareness course delegates should be able to:
Discuss the origins of Asbestos and where it is found
Outline the health hazards caused by asbestos and its routes of entry into the body
Identify the locations/products where asbestos containing materials are likely to be found
Outline the basic occupiers duties in relation to asbestos
Course contents
What is asbestos?
Health hazards of asbestos
Asbestos in buildings
Asbestos legislation
Asbestos waste
Emergency procedures
Multiple choice question paper
Course Duration: 4 Hours
Price: £55.00 per person
All costs exclude VAT.
All delegates passing the multiple choice question paper will receive a UKATA Approved Asbestos Awareness Training Course certificate.
Call: 0121 550 0224 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book or for more information.

Bradley Environmental participated in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer, Last year Macmillan alone raised £25 million. Coloured photo 1

Yesterday we hosted our own coffee morning and the outcome was amazing.. as the staff arrived the smell of warm baked cakes seeped through the corridors into the kitchen where everyone gathered to indulge in the wonderful cakes that everyone had baked. We were spoiled for choice we had a choice of Lemon cakes, Victoria Sponge, Cupcakes, Fruit Cake, Lemmingtons, Cookies, Samosas and the list goes on....

Bradleys have participated in Macmillan’s Coffee Morning for the past few years, 

How Macmillan Started: 

"The first ever Coffee Morning happened way back in 1990. It was a rather small affair with a simple idea: guests would gather over coffee and donate the cost of their cuppa to Macmillan in the process. It was so effective; we did it again the next year – only this time nationally. Since then, Coffee Morning has raised over £138 million for Macmillan"

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Margaret worked as an usherttere in quinton's classic cinema between 1975 and 1976 and Birmingham Hippadrome from 1976 until 1986.. Mrs Halls said: "Nothing will ever bring back my mum, but I really want to know how she could have come into contact with asbestos as the dangers were known back then and it is only right that her past employers are held to account for their negligent actions. 
The heartbroken daughter of a former usherette from Cradley Heath is appealing to her mum’s ex-colleagues after she died from asbestos-related cancer. Lynne’s Halls' mother Margaret Rose Edgington was 71 when she first became ill in 2012 and was diagnosed with mesothelioma the following year. 
She died on September 8, 2014. Margaret worked as an usherette in Quinton's Classic Cinema between 1975 and 1976 and Birmingham Hippodrome from 1976 until 1986. Mrs Halls said: “Nothing will ever bring back my mum, but I really want to know how she could have come into contact with asbestos as the dangers were known back.
Then and it is only right that her past employers are held to account for their negligent actions. “I’d be so grateful to anyone who worked with my mum or at Classic Cinema or Birmingham Hippodrome around that time to get in touch to help shed some light on how she would have been exposed to the substance.” 
During her time at the Hippodrome, Margaret became friends with a colleague, Anne, and the two were pictured with Des O’Connor, who was appearing at the theatre at the time. 
Mrs Halls added: “I’d particularly like to hear from Anne and it would mean a lot to my family and I if she could get in touch. 
“Mum worked hard her whole life. 
"We’re devastated to have lost her this way. If someone could just give us the answers we’re looking for we’d feel like we could better come to terms with our loss.” 
Alida Coates, a specialist industrial disease lawyer at Irwin Mitchell said: “Margaret’s family have been left devastated at the loss of their mother. 
"It was a complete shock to be told that her Margaret had a fatal asbestos illness." 
She added: “We are keen to speak to anyone who worked at or undertook refurbishment at Classic Cinema, Quinton or the Hippodrome during the period when Margaret was employed. 
“Any information from people engaged in refurbishment or fellow colleagues or friends who worked alongside her could prove vital in securing the information we need to secure justice for Margaret and her family.” 
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Source: Halesowen News 

Bradley Environmental is one of the UK's most respected UKATA Approved Asbestos Training providers with over 25 years of industry experience.

Who is it for?

Our new Duty to Manage Asbestos training course is directed at those who manage premises, and have a responsibility for protecting the people who work in such premises, from the risks to ill health that exposure to asbestos causes.


By the end of the course delegates should have an understanding of:

  • Discuss the hazards of Asbestos and where it is found
  • Their responsibilities with regards to The Duty to Manage Asbestos
  • How to prioritise asbestos and create an action plan
  • The requirements for and how to use asbestos surveys and registers
  • The purpose for and content of an asbestos management plan
  • The different asbestos removal and remediation projects
  • The different types of asbestos training

Course content

  • Asbestos Awareness (refresher)
  • Legislative requirements
  • Defining The Duty to Manage Asbestos
  • Types, risks and locations of asbestos containing materials (ACMs)
  • The survey report, register and their use
  • Dealing with your ACMs
  • Information, instruction and training
  • Record, review and key

We run this course from our venues in Halesowen, Wakefield, Preston and Wrexham.

Course Duration: 1 Day

Price: £145.00

Each delegate will receive a certificate of attendance and course notes for future reference.

Contact our training team today to discuss your requirements and to book your course.

Course Dates


The successful candidate will be extremely motivated to develop their skills/knowledge and preferably have some construction site or trade experience. The candidate will have an excellent awareness of health and safety requirements and the ability to write accurate reports. This role also requires a commitment to study in order understand the related legislative and quality requirements, as well as gaining practical skills, in order to pass a series of written and practical exams. Some manual handling, working at height and confined space may be required (full training will be given).

The role will initially involve assisting Asbestos Surveyors on site visits to domestic, commercial and industrial properties. Should the successful candidate show aptitude he/she may then be developed and afforded the opportunity of working towards gaining nationally recognised qualifications to become an Asbestos Consultant.

 At a later date the successful candidate may also be trained to carry out air monitoring throughout projects and inspecting areas to ensure work has been carried out in accordance with current standards and regulations.

Some travel to other locations will be required due to national contracts, as well as a flexible approach to working hours, as occasional evening and weekend work may also be required. All work conducted is carried out in a safe manner and full training/supervision will be given.

The contracted hours of work are 40 per week, Monday to Friday 8:00am – 4.30pm. The starting salary for the role is £16,000 per annum (this will be increased once qualified). Other benefits include overtime paid £12.50 per hour and shift enhancements, company paid health and well-being plan, pension and 22 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays.

A company vehicle will be made available to the successful candidate who shows potential and progression and the salary will be increased as qualifications are gained.

The successful applicant must also possess the following attributes:

•  A full UK driving licence

•  Excellent written and verbal communication skills

•  Possess a minimum 5 GCSES including Maths and English (A levels or equivalent a relevant degree level/HNDqualification would be an advantage)

•  Excellent interpersonal skill including first rate customer service

•  The ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a team

•  Be willing to provide an Enhanced CRB disclosure (cost will be met by Bradley Environmental)

•  CSCS Card (would be an advantage)


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