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Robinson Asphalts

Health and Safety 

Robinson Asphalts has a well-established and successful Health and Safety System, which encompasses all aspects of workplace health and safety. This system has attained ACC Tertiary Accreditation since 2003.

All staff undergo extensive induction and training and are Sitesafe trained and certified. All staff complete First Aid training. Safety has been adopted as an integral part of everyday work operations. This is reinforced by an ongoing programme of annual health monitoring checks for all employees to ensure their continued wellbeing whilst in the company's employment. Robinson Asphalts currently hold a Whangarei District Council Health and Safety Approved Contractor Certificate. 

Quality and Environmental Compliance Systems  

Robinson Asphalts consistently provide you with a quality and environmentally sound product and as such is extremely proud of its workmanship, service and reputation for providing the best to clients. The company strives for excellence in every aspect of its business. Quality is managed via a Quality and Environmental Management System which is modelled on the New Zealand Contractors Federation QEST (Quality, Environmental & Safety Integrated Management System). A detailed Project Management Plan is implemented for each project in accordance with contractual requirements.  Any problems which may arise are dealt with and rectified promptly. Your satisfaction as a client is our number one priority.

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Robinson Asphalts scooped 3 awards at the inaugural NZCF (NZ Contractors Federation) Northland Construction Awards held in Whangarei 13/6/14.

The Robinson Asphalts team won the $0-$200k project category with their Kamo Bypass Railway repair job for Fulton Hogan, they also won the $750k-$1 Million Project category with their Pak n Save Whangarei Carpark Stage 1 Project.

Robinson Asphalts employee Bradley Day won the "Trainee of the Year" category. Brad has been with Robinson Asphalts since leaving school and is studying towards his NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil) while working full-time at Robinsons. He is very dedicated and hardworking.

Also at the Awards night, Alan and Annie Johnston were both made life-members of NZCF Northland for their contribution to the branch, Federation and the industry spanning more than 20 years. Annie is the first female to be honoured with Life membership in Northland.

2009: Golden Bay Cement Excellence in Building/Construction Award in the 2009 Westpac Northland Business Excellence Awards
1999: Enterprise Award - Large Business, 1999 Westpac Northland Business Excellence Awards

Robinson Asphalts were awarded the 'Merit Award' in the National 1994 Caltex Constructions Awards for their performance in the Town Basin Landscape Works contract for the Whangarei District Council.