About Us

Health & Safety Consultants covering the South coast

About us   

Rarden Safety Solutions (RSS) deliver a professional Safety, Health, Environmental and Fire (SHEF) service to our customers.

We provide SHEF support for businesses to suit ever-changing needs.

How can RSS help?

Health and safety management can often be seen as a can of worms. Some organisations don’t know where to start looking into legislation or best practice. RSS deal with a wide range of business sectors and are confident we can help with your SHEF needs. RSS can help you choose the service that you need to meet your legal and moral obligations to develop a comprehensive and compliant management system.

What do we offer?

Safety, Health, Environmental and Fire are really broad topics and seem complicated. Solutions offered can be a combination of all SHEF to kick start a Safety Management System (SMS) or one particular subject may need enhancing which ultimately could save money down the line.

RSS is available for anyone needing help or advice with their environmental or health and safety management. Perhaps you need to carry out Risk Assessments, Method Statements (RAMS) or COSHH assessments etc.,

You may feel that staff require SHEF refresher training which can be tailored to your needs and your site or even to conduct a fire drill to assess your mandatory fire evacuation plan.

Accreditations to CHAS, Construction Line or Safe Contractor can be a lengthy process, we can help you gain them which is a great tool for marketing and promoting your trade.

If you are not sure what you need, pick up the phone or email us at info@rardensafety.co.uk


Once RSS understand your requirements we will produce a plan with costing and agreed timescales.

Why use RSS?

Our approach is sensible and not clouded with red tape (Leave that to us) our aim is to build a good working relationship, respect and trust with all our customers. To keep up to date with ever changing legislations, RSS are members of the Institute of Occupational safety & Health (IOSH), The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) and The Institute of Fire Prevention Officers (IFPO)