HBE are pleased to announce that we have achieved Gold ConstructionLine status for our Legionella, Asbestos and Fire Services.
Check out our 2017 Compliance Training Course brochure
We look forward to seeing you at RoSPA Scotland Health & Safety Conference tomorrow which is being held at the Glasgow Hilton.
Following the launch of our IOSH training courses, we're delighted to release the date of our first open Managing Safely course in Dublin.
HBE has become an approved IOSH training provider, delivering IOSH Managing Safely & IOSH Working Safely Courses across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK
HBE recently attended the USHA event in London where we met Estates managers from many of the UK's leading universities, to discuss their Health & Safety and Compliance management requirements. Pictured above is Ann Male, Business Development Manager at HBE.
The Health and Safety Executive Northern Ireland (HSE NI) has reported a sharp increase in the number of fatal workplace accidents in their annual statistics. Twenty-three people were killed in workplace fatalities, with a further three deaths reported to local authorities, making it the worst year for fatal Occupational Health & Safety accidents in Northern [...]
Pictured: Bronagh McGarrity, Health & Safety Manager, HBE. HBE has been recognised by the National Irish Safety Organisation with a Distinction Award at the NISO Safety Awards held in Galway last week. Naturally our Health & Safety team, headed by Bronagh McGarrity, are delighted with the award and are already looking at categories for [...]
A staggering four out of ten small construction sites failed safety spot-checks during an UK HSE campaign last month. Inspectors said “unacceptable conditions and dangerous practices were found at nearly half of the 1,748 repair and refurbishment sites visited.” Conditions on one in five sites were so poor that formal enforcement action was required. The [...]
A UK building firm has been fined after it consistently failed to manage the health & safety, fire and asbestos risks, as well as train its workers in the management of asbestos hazards on site. Magistrates were told that concerns about health and safety on the site, where an old pub was being converted into [...]