About us

Food Industry Specialists

Check Services Ltd offers a technical based commercial pest control service which focuses on the needs of the food industry. We have a long history and a wide range of experience in dealing with pests associated with foodstuffs and food manufacturing premises. Our knowledge of manufacturing processes and the Critical Pest Control Points within each manufacturing line, allows us to quickly identify areas of potential pest activity.

Check Services field staff are all highly qualified and experienced in a food manufacturing environment.

We are the first company in the UK to introduce a range of food-safe, metal detectable monitors. These products have been introduced to improve audit compliance by removing as far as practicable, non-detectable physical contaminants.

Our service and reporting systems are all audited in-house as well as by regularly by independent auditors and/or  third-party auditors.

Third Party Auditors

We are extremely experienced in dealing with third party auditors, providing services that comply with our customers’ requirements. Our on site service and reporting systems are regularly audited by various organisations including:

Food Industry – British Retail Consortium (BRC), AIB, Marks and Spencer, EFSIS, Soil Associationand Tesco.

Pharmaceutical Industry – FDA, MHRA


We have developed an interactive, secure area within our website called Checkweb.

Checkweb is Check Services’ online information centre, designed to provide detailed information for our current clients including information such as material safety data sheets (MSDS), insurance documents, generic method statements, Technical Inspection Reports and other service information. We have developed an interactive reporting system that provides our customers with detailed information in a flexible, easy to use format. For more information please follow the link ‘Reporting’ link above above.

Please follow the links to find out more information about our Company History and also about the Company’s founder David Jenkins.