We believe that to offer the best possible advice, you have to truly understand a clients’ needs. No one knows better what affects a business or industry than those that live and breathe the environment, day in, day out.

Local Councils are no different.

We're proud of the fact that we’ve teamed up with two of the most respected names in the local councils sector to create a tri-partite relationship with you, the local council, at the heart of all we do.

About Us

As Founding members of the Brokerbility Group we have unrivalled nationwide coverage and access to insurer and third party resource and information.

Our Partners

Not only is our insurance partner Aviva second to none, we are also delighted to be approved insurance partner for the National Association of Local Councils (NALC).

Risk Management

Our exclusive Risk Management Support Guide, put together in association with Aviva, is available to download by clicking below


It’s easy for you to get in touch with us and we promise to respond to your query promptly.

Call us on 0330 013 0036 or email enquiries@bhibcouncils.co.uk


  • Welcome to BHIB Councils

    Welcome to bhibcouncils.co.uk, the dedicated home for all things insurance and risk management related, specifically designed for Local Councils and their constituents. Over the coming weeks and months, you can expect to see the site grow to include useful guides, articles, downloads and comment pieces from BHIB Councils and other industry leaders in your sector.

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  • Continuity Planning – Our Top 10

    Brian Brookes, our in house Risk Manager, has prepared his Top Ten Tips for successful Business Continuity Planning, whatever your business or sector.

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  • What to do in the event of a…..“major fire”

    Call the Fire Service. Not as daft as it sounds. Don’t leave it to others to call them. The Fire Service would prefer 3 calls about the same incident rather than none. Also don’t rely on your alarm triggering the services of the Fire Service as most Fire Services now require visual confirmation of a fire before attending.

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  • What to do in the event of a…..“serious injury to an employee”

    Make sure that the site is cordoned off. Take photographs of the site of the incident or a video recording. Ascertain whether there were any witnesses and arrange for statements to be taken from them. If equipment was involved ensure that that equipment is secured and not disposed of.

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