Members of HBE's Scottish Water Hygiene team recently supported South Ayrshire Council's annual Beach Clean project.
Failures identified by the HSE during an investigation into a Council's water hygiene control measures failings concluded that in-house Council staff were inadequately trained to deliver the service to a satisfactory standard over a 10 year period.
As an organisation we take pride in the Quality of the services we deliver, so we're also celebrating the trust we work to develop between ourselves, our customers, our staff and our supply-chain.
- Regulatory notice issued to Council for Fire and Water Hygiene compliance GalleryConstruction, Education, Facilities & Property Management, Health, Hospitality, Housing Associations, Manufacturing & Industry, Pharmaceutical, Public Sector, Water
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.
A popular Nuneaton sports club has closed its doors for refurbishment works following a cricket match where two players contracted Legionnaires' disease.
HBE are pleased to announce that we have achieved Gold ConstructionLine status for our Legionella, Asbestos and Fire Services.
HBE has been successful in securing a place on the Fusion21 National Compliance and Facilities Management framework to provide Legionella monitoring services as a direct result of our commitment to quality and value for money demonstrated throughout the evaluation process.
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Waltham Forest council is being prosecuted by the HSE following an investigation into the management of asbestos at the Town Hall. The HSE is prosecuting the authority over alleged breaches of the Health & Safety at Work Act and the Control of Asbestos Regulations relating to the discovery of asbestos containing materials (ACMs) in a [...]
In September 2011, Carrickfergus Borough Council contracted an unqualified water management company as a contractor to assess the risks associated with its water systems at the Carrickfergus Amphitheatre. The contractor had no specific training in legionellosis, or health and safety. The HSE carried out a routine visit to the site in November 2011 and found [...]