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Effective Health & Safety is not about what you do; but about why you do it. At Harrier UK, we believe it is morally, ethically and financially the right way to operate; not just to comply with a regulation or procedure.

You will find a common sense approach to Health & Safety that will engage your employees, find the best solutions, and improve the efficiency of your business using a sensible quality over quantity model.


£1600 raised for The British Heart Foundation

Harrier recently helped the Alfreton & Ripley British Heart Foundation Fundraising Group raise £1600.50 with their Flat Cap & Ferrets event by sponsoring one of the races, enabling the money raised on the night to directly benefit the British Heart Foundation.


Butcher fined following worker injury

A butchers has been fined after a worker suffered deep lacerations to one his hands when working.

Bristol Magistrates Court heard how the worker was cutting beef bones on a band saw at the time of the incident when he suffered deep lacerations to his left hand.


When Harrier Met Theo

After winning #SBS in March 2016, Helen & Andy from Harrier attend the #SBS event at the ICC in Birmingham. As well as talks and panel Q&A sessions from business entrepreneurs, they also were presented with their certificate from Theo Paphitis.


Christmas Opening Hours

The Harrier team will be taking advantage of the Christmas and New Year break and the office will be closed from Friday 23rd December 2016 and will reopen on Tuesday 3rd January 2017.

Our usual out of office service will be operational for our clients.

We wish you all a wonderful, relaxing and safe New Year!



Winter working: How to keep your employees safe and business booming

Winter working: How to keep your employees safe and business booming

With temperatures dropping and the days getting shorter, winter is just around the corner. That brings with it an added duty of care for employers when it comes to ensuring staff are kept safe. Of course, this will depend partly on what kind of business you’re in.