Culture and values

Our mission

“We are focused on doing the right thing – protecting the environment, reducing our carbon footprint and that of our clients, and supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.”

Garry Charnock, Climate Change and Sustainability Director, RSK

In 1989, RSK’s founding members began their entrepreneurial journey; over 30 years later, and with more than 8,000 staff, we are continuing to evolve and grow.

Guided by our nine principles, and with a commitment to health and safety, RSK provides end-to-end, bespoke solutions to a vast array of challenges. We strive to be a world leader in the field of environmental science, research, engineering and technical services.

“One of RSK’s strengths is about working in an ever-changing commercial environment through either acquisition or organic growth. Never standing still with the goalposts constantly changing should be the company motto!”

Andrea Maestri, RSK

“RSK offers a supportive, collaborative and flexible working environment for staff at all levels within the business, where success is recognised and rewarded. That is certainly what I see and hear from my side of the business.”

Carolyn Young, RSK

“I am involved in mentoring younger members of staff and working with staff to achieve professional qualifications. I am really impressed with RSK’s commitment to professional and personal development, where time is taken to offer support and a wide range of training opportunities.”

Jenny Esdon, RSK

💧 What is it like to be the Head of Installation for a water company in Tanzania? We find out about the challenges, experiences and day-to-day life of Geofrey Mbabaye in one of our editions of #ADayInTheLife

💚 RSK’s joint venture eWATERservices is committed to solving one of humanity’s biggest challenges: the sustainable provision of water across Africa.

😀 Read more about this fascinating role in our bio!

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😮 80% of all brownfield development sites in the UK are impacted with asbestos in the soil or made ground at some level.

📌Join us on this webinar that will outline some of the major issues involved in the control of asbestos in made ground in site development, the potential impacts on options appraisal and techniques that can be used to minimise issues arising from these.

𝗦𝗽𝗲𝗮𝗸𝗲𝗿: Toby Gibbons, Operations Director of RSK Asbestos
𝗠𝗼𝗱𝗲𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗼𝗿: Melissa Fox, Managing Director of RSK Asbestos

Register now in our bio!

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🍃 To respond to the ongoing climate crisis, we need more renewable energy.

🌎 Recent global events have further highlighted the urgency of a smoother transition to net zero.

✔️ In this edition of our series Climate Realities, RSK Renewable Energy Director Mike Kelly explores the opportunity for offshore wind to contribute significantly to the UK’s response to the climate crisis and national energy demand.

Read more in our bio!

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📸 #selfiesonsite 🤳

RSK Staff had an amazing time attending the Tameside Careers and Apprenticeship Exhibition!

Want to join our team? View our latest opportunities 👉 www.rskgroup.com/careers

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🌳 How can businesses improve their relationship with nature?

📌 Join Dr Rossa Donovan, Technical Director at Nature Positive, on a webinar that will explore how well the business community understands its dependencies and impacts on nature and how that translates into corporate strategies.

Find out more and register now in our bio!

#RSKEvents #RSKGroup #RSKfamily #nature #business #sustainability #environment #environmental
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