Spillage Response & Training capability at Kier London SHE Fayre - June 2017

We had great pleasure this week in being invited to support our clients’ Kier Group at their SHE (Safety, Health & Environmental) Fayre in Greenwich, London. The event was designed to bring together Kier’s key suppliers in order to showcase their products and skills, and to hold demonstration workshops to the visiting audience. Over 300 delegates from the highways and construction sector attended the demonstrations over the three days; a really strong turnout and proof that such events are really popular for those wishing to understand other aspects of their industry and wishing to keep up to date with developments.

OHES held a large pitch with one of our Spill Response units in attendance along with a range of our pollution prevention equipment, spill kits and absorbents. Our Training Manager John Sennett was in attendance to lead the practical and theory presentations, ably supported by Charlie Beswick, one of our Incident Advisor team whom, when not giving emergency advice or dealing with emergency incidents himself, is also one of the team responsible for delivering Spill Kit Training to our clients.

Also present were Transport for London, JCB, Radiodetection, NAL, Probst, Road Mender and iFast.

OHES Environmental offer a range of spill training courses, spill kits and our 123 Spill Response membership service which is free to join and offers you free support in the often unforeseeable event that a spillage occurs and effects your business. For more information on OHES 123 Spill Response and Spill Training, click here or call us on 0333 600 2424 for an information pack


Race To The Sun 2017 - June 2017

We know a really great cause when we see one and none can truly be finer or more deserving of our support than The Race To The Sun 2017 in support of the excellent work of children's charity Action Medical Research.

This year our friends at oil & environmental business Adler & Allan will be completing their annual “Team A+Aardvark Challenge” at this event and we at OHES Environmental are proud to be sponsoring them for their fine efforts. The event itself takes place on Saturday the 8th of July 2017 and will consist of a 44 mile mountain bike, a 12 mile run across the Tennyson Trail and a 1.5km canoe of the River Medina. Please join us in supporting Team A+Aardvark by visiting


Steve Page wins Individual Responder of the Year 2017 – March 2017

We are delighted to announce that Steve Page, our First Strike Team Leader in the West, has won the UKSpill Award for “Individual Responder” for 2017. Steve was nominated for the award by Regional Manager Nick Tomlin in recognition of Steve’s contribution and dedication to OHES. As well as taking ownership of First Strike Team operations based out of Tewkesbury, Steve also actively participates in the delivery of OHES’ UKSpill approved ‘Basic & Freshwater Spill Responder’ course and has successfully completed several training courses in the past year including trailer training, excavator training and OFTEC examinations. In addition, Steve’s positive attitude towards his work and personable manner could not go unrecognised, Steve’s manager Nick said “Steve has worked at all hours of the day, including day and weekend shifts – all without complaint. He has a very bright future and we wish him every success.”

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Contract Extended with Heathrow Airport

OHES are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a three year contract extension at Heathrow Airport taking us up to December 2019. The extended contract involves monthly spot sampling of surface water and foul water discharges, plus bi-annual macroinvertebrate surveys and annual fish surveys, in addition to ad hoc operational response work. This win represents superb OHES team effort across the Environmental Monitoring Division and Ecology & Fisheries Division, and we have been delivering this outstanding level of service to Heathrow since 2011.


OHES Featured in Pen Underwriting Video

OHES have been featured in the new video from our sister company Pen Underwriting. The video takes place in “Pen City” and follows a LEGO Jonathan Turner, Executive Chairman of Pen, as he explores the different aspects of the Pen community – including a LEGO tanker rollover. The creation of the video involved 150 hours of filming, 2400 LEGO bricks and 3,780 photographs (18 photographs per second of finished film)!
OHES work closely with Pen Underwriting for Environmental Claims and manage spillage incidents on their clients’ behalf.

Wokingham Office Host Macmillan Coffee Morning: – Sept 2016

On 30th September 2016, OHES Environmental’s Wokingham branch played host to local residents as part of Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning to raise over £100 for a great cause. A selection of cakes and baked goods were scoffed by staff, local residents and retailers in the company’s board room in aid of Macmillan’s fight against Cancer. Macmillan’s first coffee morning was hosted in 1990 and has continued to grow since its inception, with over £138 million being raised to help provide support against Cancer. With all the cake finally gone, we’re already making preparations for next year’s coffee morning!



OHES awarded Thames Water Contract – Sept 2016

OHES Environmental has been awarded a 3-7 year contract to provide a water quality pollution response service to Thames Water.

The contract represents a significant win with the UKs largest water company and involves a team of field technicians providing a rapid response service to assess potential impact to surface waters arising from sewer network failures. The contract award follows from a competitive OJEU tender process which was initiated after the success of a 15 month pilot service delivered by OHES. The pilot service, which began initially as a 3 month contract, has been a fantastic OHES team success with delivery co-ordinated across the business divisions Environmental Monitoring, Incident Advisor team and Ecology & Fisheries..

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Amy Jack Featured in WWT Magazine - August 2016

This month’s Front Line article in Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine features Amy Jack from our Environmental Monitoring Team. WWT’s Front Line feature focuses on individuals within companies who work within or for the water utilities sector and their day to day activities. Amy works as part of our incident response team for the Thames region and provides rapid response environmental impact assessments. Click here to read more about what Amy gets up to in her day to day role:

OHES In-Site putting you On Site – July 2016

OHES has launched a new service to all of its Loss Adjuster clients.  OHES In-Site is a new innovation which enhances the service we provide by sending a video link from site to capture the key findings of our initial site investigation.  The video contains commentary from our consultant and puts the site setting, spill location and impacts into context.  Managing Director Stewart Ower said “ the new service really brings the site to life and reports on the significant findings from our investigation. This rapid delivery of information from site can aid decision making and speed up approval for emergency works to minimise impact and, therefore, cost.  OHES In-Site really does put our clients on site.”


OHES Receive ISO Accreditations Under New Standards – May 2016

OHES Environmental have recently been accredited to the latest ISO standards for quality (9001)and environmental management (14001) and have been re-accredited to the current ISO standard for Health and Safety management (18001). These new standards, released in September 2015, ensure that the highest possible standards of business practise, product quality and delivery, and service management are instilled into our businesses.

At OHES we have moved to quickly to achieve these new standards to provide a clear message to stakeholders in our business activities that we are working to the highest possible standards to ensure compliance and the delivery of high quality products.

To put the achievement into context at the time of accreditation by DNV, OHES were only the 12th out of over 2000 of their clients to achieve these new standards demonstrating how stringent they are and the level at which the company is operating to for the benefit of our clients.

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New Office Opens in Exeter – May 2016

OHES are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Exeter. The new office is located just outside of the village of Woodbury which has fantastic links to the M5, allowing us to better service Somerset, Cornwall, Devon and Dorset and provide an enhanced and even more efficient service to our clients in these areas. The opening of an office in Exeter shows OHES’ commitment to the region, previously having home workers stationed across the area, and provides an ideal base from which to offer our services to the South West of the UK.

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OHES Win New Contract with London Luton Airport – April 2016

We are delighted to announce that we have successfully won a new 2 year contract with London Luton Airport to provide water quality monitoring services. OHES will routinely deliver a bespoke water quality monitoring programme for surface and ground water which will help ensure regulatory compliance.

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OHES holds CDM 2015 seminar in Bury St Edmunds - November 2015

OHES organised a half day seminar to discuss the impact of the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 on oil spill and environmental damage claims. The seminar which took place at the new Bury St Edmunds office also provided guidance for loss adjusters on handling complex oil spill claims at HNW properties, using a case study to address problems encountered and how pragmatic decisions and close liaison with all parties produces a successful outcome.


New Faces at OHES: – November 2015

Over the past few months, OHES have had many new starters to several divisions across the company. David Eason and Scott Hunter join the Environmental Claims Team in Exeter as Senior Consultants, expanding our capabilities in the South West. Chris Speight joins the ECM team in the North and James Slade the ECM team in the South as Senior Consultants. Philip Weston also joins our Environmental Claims Team in Belfast as a Senior Consultant.

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Staff pass Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA) Exams - November 2015

We are delighted to announce that several of our staff have successfully completed and passed their Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor examinations this month. Congratulations to Bill Atkinson, Dameon Hill and Charlie Beswick on becoming qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors. The success of Bill, Dameon and Charlie further enhances OHES’ capabilities within our incident advisor and Dangerous Goods consultancy offerings and furthers the already sound knowledge of the team.


New Laboratory Facility at Bury St Edmunds - October 2015

We are pleased to announce the opening of a new laboratory facility in the Bury St Edmunds office. The laboratory will be used for the identification of macroinvertebrates in support of our Ecology & Fisheries and Environmental Monitoring divisions. Rachel Whatmore, our Senior Freshwater Ecologist, said “The new state-of-the-art freshwater laboratory facility is very exciting; allowing OHES to build and expand upon the quality assured biological analysis our clients have come to know and expect. I look forward to seeing the continued growth of OHES’s aquatic analysis capabilities, as this dedicated laboratory and our taxonomists, support an ever widening range of environmental monitoring and regulation projects across the United Kingdom”.


OHES to the Rescue – Again! - October 2015

After finishing work in a small seaside town, two of our team took a walk along the town’s pier. As they were walking they noticed smoke coming from the pier directly in front of them. A small fire had taken hold on the wooden planks of the old pier and had not yet been noticed by other passers-by. The effects could have been catastrophic as we have all seen photos of old piers burned to a cinder. Fortunately our staff sprang into action, pouring their own drinks on to the fire. Once the flames had been put out it was clear that a hole had burned through the spot where it had begun, though the fire had not been burning long. Well done to Gary Hughes for his vigilance and quick thinking. Gary said “we are highly trained in dealing with oil spillages and so it is not unusual for us to have to think on our feet, we were just pleased we could help avoid a disaster”.


OHES Launches EnviroConstruct Toolbox - October 2015

Earlier this month, OHES exhibited at the Build Show as part of UK Construction Week at the NEC in Birmingham. The Business Development team were accompanied by specialists from OHES to promote our new product EnviroConstruct, a toolbox of products supporting land acquisition, planning and development. EnviroConstruct provides a unique product bundle combining our expertise in Contaminated Land, Ecology, Environmental Monitoring and Spillage Response to cater specifically for the construction industry. The product was really well received and interest was shown across the offering by the many construction professionals who attended the show.

Thames Water Pollution Response Service – September 2015

Our Thames Water environmental incident response contract has entered its 5th month as part of a pilot service. OHES has a team of Environmental Monitoring Technicians who provide a rapid response to waste water and potable water pollution incidents across the water company’s service network.

Technicians gather evidence and water quality data to assess the impact to surface waters. Incidents can arise due to a variety of reasons such as blockages caused within the sewer network, system failures at sewage treatment works or clean water main bursts. The information and data collected on site is used by Thames Water to actively manage incident response and inform remediation measures. Our incident reports present quality data to help Thames Water better understand and manage enforcement action.


OHES make first UKSpill Responder course a success - August 2015

Congratulations to the first group of 26 candidates who attended OHES Environmental's UKSpill Approved Spill Responder Course at the Fire Service College, Moreton in Marsh, last week. The course was a great success for all concerned. Our thanks go not only to the candidates and their organisations, but to the College themselves for providing us with a fantastic venue for the week.

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OHES retained by London Southend Airport - July 2015

‘OHES Environmental Ltd have been retained by London Southend Airport to carryout water quality monitoring, the services provided to date have been excellent value and we look forward to continuing the partnership in 2015/16’.


OHES Attend Heathrow Family Fun Day – June 2015

OHES were invited by Heathrow Airport to participate in their annual family fun day for their airside and security staff. We have a contract with Heathrow monitoring the quality of the surrounding watercourses every month to ensure the airport’s compliance and it was a pleasure to be invited to attend such a personal event.

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Mike Marston

OHES is breaking new ground as our growth is maintained.

We are looking for our first ever Account Manager to grow revenue and market share from our existing clients and partners. Based in Wokingham but working nationwide and reporting to Business Development Director Roger McKerlie, this is an exciting role which heralds a new phase of growth for OHES. Visit our careers section to find out more about the job and how to apply.


OHES Exhibit at Dangerous Goods Seminar – June 2015

OHES Environmental were exhibitors at the 2015 Dangerous Goods Seminar, organised by the VCA and held on the 3rd and 4th June 2015 at the Daventry Court Hotel, Northamptonshire. The seminar was aimed at professionals working with dangerous goods to hear about forthcoming changes to the regulations concerning the movement of dangerous goods and to hear about new developments and innovations.

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Ofcom are implementing a number of significant changes

This summer, Ofcom are implementing a number of significant changes which affect the way in which calls to non-geographic numbers are charged and advertised to callers. The regulation came into force on the 1st July 2015, from which point: -

1. Freephone numbers (0800/0808) became free to call from mobiles as well as landlines, where the calls will no longer cost the caller but the organisation itself.

2. The cost to call non-geographic numbers in the 084 and 087 ranges (from fixed and mobile phones) are now split into two parts;
a. An access charge: stipulated by the phone company (carrier)
b. A service charge: set by the range holder

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Mike Marston

Mike Marston Insurance Relationships Director at OHES

Mike Marston Insurance Relationships Director at OHES is speaking about Environmental Liability and Policy Cover at a series of seminars organised by the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters.
Government legislation on the environment has been steadily increasing over the last few years – alongside criminal liabilities and fines for companies who cause pollution.
Mike will be discussing the limitations in standard policy cover for statutory environmental liabilities and the development of new wide ranging cover by the insurance industry.

Talks are in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Bristol over the next few months. .


New Office Opening – June 2015

OHES are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Bury St Edmunds. This will serve as OHES’ new Regional office for the East of England. The office will be home to a completely integrated environmental claims management (ECM) team comprising of consultants, response and remediation staff.

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OHES Exhibit at the Oil Care Campaign 20th Anniversary – June 2015

Earlier this month OHES exhibited at the Oil Care Campaign’s 20th Anniversary conference. OHES Managing Director, Stewart Ower, gave the closing speech of the day as Chairman of UKSpill.

Throughout the day we heard about the journey of the campaign over the last 20 years, with talks from Phil Chatfield who aided its launch, Richard Martin from Defra who spoke about the achievements of the campaign and Liz Hobday who spoke about the campaign’s plans for the future. We also heard about the ongoing necessity of the campaign, with speakers from the Environment Agency and the Oil Recycling Association among others. The day was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the success of the campaign.

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John Sennett, New Starter – May 2015

OHES is pleased to welcome John Sennett to our response team as an Incident and Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor. John has over 30 years’ experience in the field, first encountering dangerous goods in the military where he was involved in the transportation of ammunition and fuel. During his career in the military, John became a Hazmat Instructor and oversaw the refuelling of helicopters before moving out of the army to become a Security Officer.

John later became a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor and provided Health and Safety, Hazardous Goods Awareness, ADR and DGSA training courses as well as bespoke training according to the needs of the clients. John is also a member of the Institute of Road Transport Engineers, the Society of Operation Engineers, the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and the Industrial Road Safety Officers and holds a NEBOSH National General Certificate.

As well as continuing his career as a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor, John is looking forward to the response side of his role as Incident Advisor. In his spare time, John is a keen cook and enjoys camping and walking with his wife and their West Highland terrier.

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OHES Exhibit at CIWEM - April 2015

OHES were proud to sponsor and exhibit at CIWEM’s annual conference and exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society in London. The Environmental Monitoring team attended the conference on insert date promoting our new product AquaTic, a suite of services designed to meet the needs of any company discharging into the aquatic environment.

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Luke Day, New Starter – April 2015

This month the Contaminated Land team welcomes Luke Day as its newest Environmental Technician. Luke is a recent graduate from Reading University where he studied for a postgraduate diploma in Environmental Management, having previously achieved a BSc in Geography from Plymouth.

Luke will be based at our Leicester Office and is looking forward to putting his studying into practice in the working environment. In his spare time, Luke enjoys cycling and watching sports, particularly cricket.


Electrofishing at Heathrow


Heathrow airport carried out a filming of electrofishing survey as part of an airport article recorded by BBC Radio Berkshire

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Paul Scott– February 2015

Earlier this month, the Response Team welcomed to its ranks Paul Scott as its newest Incident Advisor. Paul will be working alongside Bill and his team in Tewkesbury and has eight years of experience as a Contaminated Land and Air Officer at Cheltenham Borough Council and has previously worked at the Environment Agency.

In his spare time, Paul is a keen cyclist, belonging to the Gloucester Cycling Club, and is currently planning a long distance cycling tour to Belgium this summer. Paul is also chair of the Churchdown Tennis Club and enjoys spending time in his allotment and going on long walks with his family.

Stewart Ower becomes Chairman of UKSpill

Stewart Ower becomes Chairman of UKSpill:

In February 2015 Stewart Ower, Managing Director of OHES Environmental, becomes the new Chairman of UKSpill. UKSpill is the leading trade association recognised by Government and Environmental Regulators representing the UK Spill Industry from emergency spill responders, spill equipment manufacturers to consultants, loss adjusters and academia.

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Meet the Technicians:

OHES’ Environmental Claims Management team is happy to welcome three new environmental technicians to its ranks this month, with Elisha Hearn joining the East team in Bury St Edmunds and Tim Blake covering both the West and East team in Wokingham.

Elisha recently completed her degree in Environmental Science at the University of East Anglia and will now be based in our Newmarket office as part of the Environmental Claims Management team in the East. Elisha also enjoys running a couple of times a week and aims to be able to run 10k in one go.

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New Starter, Freddie Kennedy– December 2014

This month Freddie Kennedy joins the Environmental Claims Management team in the East as their newest senior consultant. Freddie holds an MSc in Environmental Geoscience and has a strong background in contaminated land having worked for URS in Contaminated Land investigation, in particular focusing on operational petrol stations. In his spare time, Freddie enjoys skiing, road cycling and mountain biking and he is hoping to compete in the Mallorca Triathlon in May this year.

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Simon Mortimer Passes NEBOSH Exams:

Simon Mortimer has gained a National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety after passing his NEBOSH exams earlier this month. The process involved completing two exams and a piece of coursework across the following topics: management of health and safety, controlling workplace hazards and health and safety practical application.

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OHES Pass Achilles UVDB Audit:

After a two day external audit, OHES are now an Achilles UVDB approved contractor. Achilles UVDB are a group created to service the needs of utility companies and being verified places OHES on a register of pre-approved contractors, meaning that OHES can now be considered and compete for a wider range of utility projects.

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Have you been watching Autumn Watch?

Last week BBC’s Autumn Watch set up base at Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve in Lancashire. The site was chosen to host the series of programmes on account of it being the largest reed bed habitat in North West England incorporating a rich and diverse range of wetland, aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Viewers will have seen Barn Owls, Otters and migratory wildfowl in what proved to be a fascinating series of programmes.

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OHES awarded Constructionline Accreditation – October 2014

This month, OHES has been awarded an “approved” Constructionline accreditation for our ecology and biodiversity services.

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OHES To The Rescue – September 2014

When driving down the M5 on route to site, Mike Mitchell and Stephen Page faced a call to action.

A lorry with a split fuel tank was pulled up on the hard shoulder surrounded by several firemen struggling to control the diesel pouring from the vehicle.

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UKSpill Approved Training – September 2014

OHES has become one of the first companies in the UK to have its Basic Spill Responder Training course approved by the UKSpill Association.

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Oil Care Campaign prepares to celebrate 20 years – August 2014

Since it was launched in 1995 the Oil Care Campaign (OCC) has helped reduce oil pollution incidents across England and Wales from nearly 7,000 a year to less than 2,600 in 2013.

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OHES Sponsors Kier Group Three Peaks Challenge Team – July 2014

OHES recently sponsored the Kier Group Three Peaks Challenge Team.

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OHES Appointed to Crawford Panel – May 2014

Following detailed discussions OHES has agreed a contract with Crawford Loss Adjusters to join their panel of approved suppliers for environmental claims services.

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OHES Supports Charity – May 2014

Representatives from ECM, Contaminated Land and the Remediation Team happily continued their support of the Four Seasons Charity Spring Curry which raised money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

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Brownfield Briefing Environmental Claims Conference – May 2014

Mike Marston, Insurance Relationships Director, at OHES Environmental gave a presentation on ELD case studies, spill response and management at the Brownfield Briefing Environmental Claims Conference in London on 1 May.

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Agrochemical Spillage – April 2014

OHES have been managing an agrochemical spillage following a fire at a group of farm buildings in East Anglia.

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Gas Safe Register – January 2014

OHES are delighted to announce our acceptance into the Gas Safe Register. Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances. By law, all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register. Owned by the HSE, Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI in 2009.

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OHES Appointed to Quadra Panel– November 2013

Following a detailed due diligence process OHES have been approved to join the Quadra Claims panel of approved contractors.

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Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Annual Conference – September 2013

Mike Marston, Insurance Relationship Director OHES Environmental presented at the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Annual Conference in London on 5 September.

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Keep Calm and Call OHES – August 2013

OHES has launched its “Keep Calm and Call OHES” marketing campaign.

Stewart Ower, Managing Director, explains, “Many of our clients find themselves in need of urgent assistance and response following an incident such as a spillage. We have designed this campaign to provide a memorable reminder that we are there to support clients in the event of an emergency.

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OHES and Emergency Services

Good Samaritans – August 2013

OHES operatives were returning from working at a site in Kings Lynn on Friday 2nd August. As they approached a roundabout, on the A47, they noticed a lorry lying on its side with the driver walking around it. Driving past the incident the team noticed that diesel was leaking from the fuel tank and beginning to pool on the road.

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May, 2013

We are pleased to announce that OHES has gained OHSAS 18001 accreditation for Health & Safety Management in addition to being successfully reaccredited under ISO9001 and ISO14001.

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April, 2013

OHES has successfully completed the acquisition of Gloucestershire and East Anglia based firm Hills Environmental.

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April, 2013

OHES Environmental has been awarded Altius Assured vendor status. Our clients can now instruct OHES with the knowledge that we have been independently assessed and approved.

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February, 2013

Stewart Ower, Managing Director of OHES Environmental, has been appointed to the Board of the UKSpill Association.

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February, 2013 - OHES Support the RSPB

Our Ecology team has been supporting the valuable conservation work of the RSPB by spending a day volunteering at Havergate Marshes in Suffolk.

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February, 2013 - UKSpill Accredited Contractor

The OHES Remediation Team has been awarded Accredited Contractor status by UKSpill.

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February, 2013 - OHES Appointed to GAB Robins Panel

Following successful negotiations with GAB Robins supply chain management, OHES Environmental has been accepted onto the GAB Robins approved suppliers panel for investigation and remediation of oil loss claims.

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January, 2013 - Winter Freeze

Through recent Arctic conditions and blizzards, OHES have managed to keep fully operational.

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January, 2013 - Zurich & OHES - Value Added Services Contract

OHES are delighted to announce that we have renewed our contract with Zurich Insurance for the provision of value added services to their insurance clients.

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December, 2012 - OHES Appointed to Davies Panel

We are pleased to announce that OHES has been successful at securing a place on the Davies Loss Adjusters panel of approved Environmental Consultants.

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October, 2011 - Are you watching Downton Abbey on television?

The location for the filming is Highclere Castle near Newbury. We were recently called to deal with an oil spill on the set.

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July, 2011 - Fire at a waste oil depot

OHES staff were recently mobilised to the scene of a large fire at a waste oil depot.

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July, 2011 - OHES on the BBC

A BBC film crew recently captured footage of an incident being managed by OHES. The documentary team were following Hampshire Fire Service when they were mobilised to the scene of an overturned tanker.

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