Education Sector Experience

HBE has been selected as a partner for Water Hygiene and Legionella Risk Compliance Services under the APUC, Fusion21 and LHC Legionella  Frameworks.

We already support many Universities, Education Authorities, Colleges and Schools across the UK and Ireland to provide safe working environments for their staff, visitors and students, whilst driving a focus on reducing capital running costs across the estate.

Recent News

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Regulatory notice issued to Council for Fire and Water Hygiene compliance

October 10th, 2018|0 Comments

A West Sussex Council has been issued with a regulatory notice for failing to assess fire and water hygiene risks in properties it is responsible for maintaining.

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School found guilty of Working at Height breaches

August 16th, 2016|Comments Off on School found guilty of Working at Height breaches

An Essex school has pleaded guilty to breaching working at height regulations after a worker was injured as he fell from a roof.

42% of GB Schools are Asbestos Non-compliant

July 11th, 2014|Comments Off on 42% of GB Schools are Asbestos Non-compliant

The HSE has published the results of the asbestos in schools inspection initiative In England, which took place in 2013/14 where the HSE inspected a random sample of 153 non-local authority schools. From these inspections, [...]

Grammar School prosecuted for Asbestos Failures

May 12th, 2014|Comments Off on Grammar School prosecuted for Asbestos Failures

A Northern Ireland Grammar School has appeared at Belfast Crown Court charged with Asbestos failures in their school. An appointed representative on behalf of the school board of governors of Bloomfield Collegiate,  pleaded guilty to [...]

Thurrock Council fined for School Asbestos Failing

March 4th, 2013|Comments Off on Thurrock Council fined for School Asbestos Failing

Thurrock Council has been fined a total of £35,000 and ordered to pay £15,326 in costs after admitting to failures in how it managed asbestos across its schools. The Crown Court heard that no action [...]