School kidsFor most schools and colleges, the key remaining risk is the potential disturbance of asbestos during maintenance or construction works.

There are specific actions that you must take where work is carried out on the premises, which might disturb asbestos materials, including upgrading, refurbishment or demolition. This includes any work that disturbs the fabric of your building, whether it is small-scale repair work carried out by your own staff or a large-scale project that is being contracted out.

facefit imageThe team of assessors from Bradley Environmental have now carried out over 7500 face fit tests since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak. We have also provided over 1000 respirators to NHS staff and frontline key workers. From the beginning of the outbreak, our face fit assessors have worked tirelessly to get people face fit tested for suitable RPE as quickly as possible.

Katie Bottomley Ossett Business Development ConsultantKatie is from Leeds and is married with a son who is at University. Katie enjoys socialising with her family and friends and spending as much time as she can in Lanzarote.

How long have you worked at Bradleys and what’s your role?

I have worked for Bradleys for over 2 years and I work in the Business Development Department mainly as a Client Project Manager with some of our top customers. I also work with the Bid Team who are responsible for submitting completed tenders to prospective clients.

Asiem Ahmad picAsiem is from Glasgow and is married with four children. Asiem loves the outdoors including hill walking and cycling. We asked him some questions about working at Bradley Environmental and the future of the industry. 

How long have you worked at Bradleys and what’s your role?

I have worked for Bradley Environmental for over 12 months and I am the Deputy Technical Manager for the Livingston Office. I support the Technical and Commercial Manager with the performance and development of the Livingston Technical Team.

I am an experienced Asbestos Consultant and I liaise with our key clients to ensure the delivery of a tailored asbestos management solution and to develop new business opportunities.

Asbestos Survey image Website smallBradley Environmental, one of the country’s leading providers of Asbestos Management Solutions, has recently joined the NHS Shared Business Services Soft FM and Asset Compliance Framework.

The aim of this Framework is to provide Estate, Facilities and Capital teams a compliant route to market for the provision of Soft Facilities Management, Asset Compliance and Security Services from a wide range of specialisms, including Asbestos Management.

Legionella and Water Hygeine Risk AssessmentsWater hygiene experts warn that Legionella bacteria may pose a danger to people returning to their places of work. As COVID19 lockdown restrictions continue to lift in many parts of the country, people are tiptoeing back into everyday life. But people heading back to their places of work may face a new danger hidden within the buildings water systems.

Bradley Environmental are warning employers that a prolonged period of inactivity in buildings could spur the growth of Legionella. When water systems shut down, water becomes stagnant and chlorine and other disinfectants dissipate. When water isn’t in regular use, its temperature can range between 20 - 45 °C, which is an ideal breeding condition for bacteria.

hsAs many of us return to work, safety in the workplace is extremely important to protect our employees, clients and visitors.

As one of the leading Health and Safety Consultants in the UK, our expert team are here to help you navigate your way through the new Health and Safety challenges we are now facing due to Covid-19.

Risk Assessments
There is still a duty for all employers to manage risks in the workplace and Health and Safety legislation still applies. As an employer, you’re required by law to protect your employees, and others, from harm. We're able to help with both general and Covid-19 specific risk assessments for your workplace, providing all the advice necessary for a safe return to work for your employees.

facefit imageWith the Government recently allowing more of the UK’s workforce to return to their place of employment, one vital aspect is knowing how to protect your staff when at work.

The provision of correctly fitted RPE (Respiratory Protective Equipment) Face Masks has never been more important!

Correctly fitted RPE Face Masks is increasingly seen as an effective way to protect your staff and customers from Covid-19 transmission, especially if your business is in a medium to high risk category such as care providers, dentists and retail, but also applies to any business sector where social distancing may not be realistic and viable.


We are pleased to announce that from the 15th of June 2020 we will be reopening our Covid-19 secure training centre in Birmingham for public training courses. Our other training centres in Wakefield, Wrexham, Preston and Livingston will also reopen in the coming weeks.

From the 8th June 2020 we will be offering private/onsite training courses which can be held at a client's own premises, subject to meeting our Covid-19 Delegate Safeguarding Policy.

We can also announce a new virtual/remote training option on some of our popular UKATA Asbestos Training Courses which will be available from 1st July 2020.

Please speak to our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss your requirements. Our upcoming course calendar is also now available on our website.

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During the current unknown times of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, there is a need to understand how to work safely and protect your employees and 3rd parties (such as your customers, visitors and external contractors) from contracting or spreading coronavirus.

There is still a duty for all employers to manage risks in the workplace, Health and Safety legislation still applies. Your Coronavirus risk assessment is about the control of infection and will be different to a typical workplace risk assessment you are probably used to.

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