The ROS™ Rack Repair System
Take a look at our testing, research and accreditation partners. With endorsements from such well respected institutes, why would you consider using anyone else?!
DEKRA is the largest product testing, research and certification body in Europe, and the third largest globally. The organisation currently runs activities in more than 50 countries, with approximately 30,000 employees who are committed to ensuring long-term safety, quality and environmental protection.

The DEKRA Business Units "Automotive", "Industrial" and "Personnel" provide professional and innovative services in the fields of testing, expert appraisals, international claims settlement, consulting, industrial testing, product testing, certification, environmental protection and qualification.

In 2011, DEKRA officially certified the ROS™ racking repair process to the hugely important British & European standard: EN 15635 – The application and maintenance of storage equipment. Adopted by the British Standards Institute in 2008, the EN 15635 norm is the standard that all British and European users and suppliers of pallet racking must conform to with regard to the inspection and maintenance of their racking systems.

Since achieving this important milestone, ROS™ have experienced immense and unparalleled levels of growth throughout the UK and Europe.

The Dr Möll Institute of Engineering
Formed in 1972, The Dr Möll Institute of Engineering has grown to be, amongst other things, the leading European authority for the structural testing and verification of racking and shelving products.

Major racking manufacturers from all across Europe appoint The Dr Möll Institute of Engineering to verify their own structural calculations to ensure compliance with the various EN standards that have been in force since 2008.

After thorough and extensive testing of damaged racking uprights repaired using the ROS™ repair method, Dr Möll concluded that "no reduction of the load bearing capacity could be observed".

Coming from Europe's leading authority on the structural testing of racking, we view this as a glowing compliment!
Bayer Group
The multi-national, multi-billion turnover, Bayer Group is a global powerhouse in the fields of healthcare, agriculture and high-tech industries. With over 2000 of the most highly-qualified employees in the world, Bayer Technology Services is an obvious choice when searching for a partner in the areas of process technology, process automation and product development.

In 2010, Bayer Technology Services conducted their own unique and thorough testing of the upright repairs conducted by ROS™. Bayer concluded that all uprights repaired using the ROS™ method were “at least the same strength as before, in some cases higher”. In addition, Bayer also stated that providing a repair was limited to a maximum of three times, “there are no indications of material fractures or weakness whatsoever”.

Yet another conclusive test report from a world-leading institute to add to our growing collection!
Packer Engineering
Based in Illinois, USA, Packer Engineering has been a leader in the engineering consulting business for over 50 years. Packer Engineering provides experience and expertise in many areas including: Accident Investigation & Reconstruction; Failure Analysis; Cause & Origin Investigations; Structural/Architectural Assessments & Performance Evaluations; Code Compliance Issues; Full Litigation Services; Product Safety & Liability Assessments; Product Development; Custom & Routine Testing, and; Research & Development.

During 2011, Packer Engineering conducted thorough research and testing on damaged racking uprights that had been repaired using the ROS™ technology. Packer Engineering concluded that repairs using the ROS™ technology is “well within industry requirements and specification”. Additionally, and in keeping with the numerous other testing reports undertaken on the ROS™ upright repair system, Packer Engineering stated that “some uprights even saw an increase in load capabilities” after repairs had been carried out using ROS™ technology.

SafeContractor is the fastest growing health and safety accreditation scheme in the UK, with more than 200 major clients and over 18,000 contractor members.

Registered members with the SafeContractor scheme include clients and contractors from a wide range of professional disciplines working within a number of industry sectors.

With its increasing membership and growing profile in the UK, the SafeContractor scheme is now used by many large organisations as a way of obtaining competent contractors, including Kelloggs, Debenhams Retail, Argos, Homebase, Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley, Vodafone, BT, HSBC, Lloyds TSB, Nestle, PepsiCo, Tesco, and many more.
In 1997 a group of health and safety and procurement professionals from across Great Britain worked with the Association of London Government (ALG) to develop CHAS.

CHAS started with two main aims.

  1. To improve health and safety standards across Great Britain.
  2. To reduce duplicated safety applications for both suppliers and buyers.
Assessing a suppliers health and safety competence is usually a lengthy and time consuming process. Suppliers can sometimes meet one buyer’s health and safety standards but not another. Being CHAS approved reduces duplication as suppliers compliance is accepted by all CHAS buyers.

Currently, CHAS can boast a client base in excess of 500 public and private sector buyer organisations, such as councils, housing associations, NHS trusts, including a very large and growing number of national and multi-national private companies.

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