To ensure the quality of our construction products and services, we have initiated a quality system in pursuit of both ISO 9001 Quality Management System accreditation and CE Marking. The system is currently under review by several awarding bodies and receipt of both accreditations are expected by mid-2013.
We are constantly reviewing our health & safety procedures and training. All of our site operatives hold relevant CSCS/CPCS, IPAF, PASMA, SSSTS, First Aid cards and certificates for their occupation, as well as bespoke training and toolbox talks carried out in-house. In addition, our office-based site management team has a breadth of experience and qualifications such as the NEBOSH Construction Certificate and Appointed Person for Cranes.
As a core service of our business involves steelwork, we offer an inherently environmentally sustainable product, as steel is a highly recyclable material that is likely to be used again-and-again over hundreds or thousands of years. We also take the environmental impact of our business operations seriously, and try to keep travel distances of labour and materials to a minimum, whilst monitoring the efficiency of vehicles. We have recently replaced the majority of our fleet of vans, which are now both more efficient and have more seats so the amount of CO2 per site operative has significantly reduced. The new vans also have trackers which assess whether they are being driven economically.
Everyone within Robinson Structures is encouraged to take part in activities that support organisations that care for those less fortunate. Whether it be a post-New Year diet challenge, an around the clock running event or collecting clothes & toys for disadvantaged children, we are willing to put our bodies on the line and time & money where our mouth is to help those in need.
Our site operatives receive regular health screenings to ensure that they are fit to use vehicles and plant.