Rack Repair Specialists

When it comes to racking safety, we believe that prevention is always better than the cure. For this reason, ROS UK offers a full pallet racking inspection service, helping you comply with the HSE’s guidelines for safe warehouse operations, PUWER Regulations and EN 15635.

Why choose ROS UK?

  • Independent - we are an independent organisation and provide impartial advice. We are not subject to a potential conflict of interest which could be found in working directly with original equipment manufacturer.
  • Comprehensive – our inspectors will submit a fully detailed report following a rack inspection that highlights any damaged or missing components and/or structural imperfections. Our data will align itself directly with the client in house numbering system, allowing for easy identification.
  • Competency - our team of experienced inspectors are time served individuals specialising in the storage equipment industry, all of which hold NVQs in the inspection of industrial storage equipment and are independently certified to EN 15635.
  • Multi site contracts - we can provide a one off annual, bi-annual, quarterly or monthly service to provide racking inspections to all of your facilities, ensuring your organisation benefits from a consistent approach, whilst at the same time, taking advantage of economies of scale.


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    How often should a racking inspection take place?

    The PUWER Regulations (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998), HSG 76 and EN 15635: The Application and Maintenance of Storage Equipment, state that ‘expert’ inspections should take place at least once per year and the period between inspections should not exceed 12 months. In some situations, particularly for highly active operational warehouses, a more frequent inspection regime should be employed, for example, quarterly or bi-annually. In addition to ‘expert’ inspections being undertaken by a competent external provider, such as ROS UK, the user is also obliged to conduct regular in-house inspections. These regular in-house inspections should be undertaken by the user’s nominated Person Responsible for Storage Equipment Safety (PRSES) – please see our Pallet Racking Inspection Training page for more detail on how to train members of your staff to competently inspect pallet racking.

    What if we need remedial work to be undertaken?

    At your request, we can provide a no-obligation quotation to undertaken any repairs that may be required.

    Please contact us for further information.