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26 September 2018
Another satisfied client at a recent asbestos training course... Why not contact us to see how we can help with your training needs!
26 September 2018
FREE TRIAL for any of our online The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) courses for a limite
23 May 2017
Tradesmen – Don’t put yourself or those around you at risk! According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), asbestos kills around 20 tradesmen each week, including 8 joiners, 6 electricians and 4 plumbers. Workers involved in the maintenance, refurbishment and other similar trades are the group most at risk when it comes to contracting an asbestos related disease. Anyone who works on the fabric of a building is at risk, which includes the following professions: o Heating engineers, plumbing engineers
Asbestos Awareness e-learning team with their entry to the Tenner Challenge
15 April 2016
We are really pleased to be involved with raising funds for Young Enterprise by entering the 'Tenner Challenge'.
16 February 2016
Environmental Essentials are celebrating gaining the following ISO accreditations: •             IS0 9001 (Quality Management System)
16 February 2016
Environmental Essentials are proud to be attending the Health and Safety Expo at Excel London between the 21st and 23rd June 2016.
21 October 2015
THE school at the centre of an asbestos scare is to close on safety grounds. Pupils will not return to Sutherland Primary Academy, in Blurton, following the October half-term break.
12 October 2015
Medical examinations needed for all workers carrying out
15 October 2014
The Duty to Manage Asbestos”
27 March 2014
Environmental Essentials are proud to announce that we have won the business growth award
18 March 2014
It is a legal requirement for all workers who are liable to disturb asbestos during their normal work should be trained so that they can recognise asbestos containing materials and know what to do
10 February 2014
The traditional place of training within an organisation has historically been seen as a cost centre, which in tough economic times is often one of the first budgets to be cut.  What is forgotten i