B! Health & Fitness

health & Safety Pledge

Your health is your responsibility


Here at B! Health & Fitness we are passionate about helping people raise the bar and live a healthier life, which in most instances means fewer ailments, more fun and greater confidence. Your health is your responsibility and our staff will aim to support you and provide you with a professional, safe, clean and friendly environment in which to achieve your fitness goals and to enjoy the facilities that we offer.

Member Commitment

  • We will respect your personal decisions, and allow you to make your own decisions about what exercise you can carry out. However, we ask you not to exercise beyond what you consider to be your own abilities. Exercise carries its own risks. You should not carry out any activities which you have been told are not suitable for you. If you are concerned about a medical condition that might interfere with you exercising safely, you must offer this information to a member of staff during the induction process. 

Member Safety

  • With so much home gym equipment available, we will only ever purchase commercial grade equipment that is intended for commercial fitness facilities and comes fully warranted.

Member Assurance

  • Equipment will be cleaned and inspected regularly, then serviced and certified at least annually. 24 hour CCTV will be operational at all sites and monitored by professional external CCTV surveillance operatives during unstaffed hours. Individual safety alarms are provided at all facilities so that during unstaffed periods, the surveillance company can alert the emergency services if needed.

Member Support

  • Our staff will be trained to a recognised industry standard with all qualifications displayed in club. Our staff will only complete courses and achieve qualifications that are recognised and accredited. All staff will maintain required hours of annual CPD (continuous professional development).

Member Capacity

  • Membership numbers are capped at all venues in order to maximise workouts and minimise the potential for excessive overcrowding.