Robinson Rap up another award at The BCSC Purple Apple Marketing Awards

Not quite Bohemian Rhapsody…this time it’s the Robinson RAPsody! “It’s a RAP” is an online marketing campaign developed to promote the Pentagon Shopping Centre in Chatham, one of Robinson Services key mainland based clients, and was written by one of Robinson Service’s very own security guards, L. Kilah. This simple two minute viral video became a phenomenon and an instant youtube hit clocking up 18,000 views within a week of going live, and at the recent BCSC Purple Apple Marketing Awards, the marketing video for Pentagon Shopping Centre was the outright winner.


David Huxley, Security Divisional Director at Robinson Services commented;

“Whilst we are proud to provide Security Services that delivery genuine value for money it looks like we can now add rapping to our Security Portfolio. We are delighted to hear of L. Kilah’s success at the awards and invite everyone to watch his fantastic video below:

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Robinson Services – Delivering First Class Service through First Class Drivers

To prove that they are not just pretty faces; five drivers at Robinson Services; Nigel Taylor, Martin Christie, Jimmy Fullerton, Stephen McAuley and Derek McPeake have come out top on customer feedback across Robinson Services’ impressive fleet of laundry, work wear and dust mat drivers. The Delivery Drivers were commended and given vouchers as appreciation by David Robinson, Managing Director of Robinson Services.

David commented;

“We are extremely proud of Nigel, Martin, Jimmy, Stephen and Derek. Their strong customer feedback is further recognition if any is needed that our staff are trained to the highest standards and their welcoming approach is what makes customers come back to Robinson Services again and again. Their commitment and dedication to customer care deserved to be recognised and everyone at Robinson Services wishes to send the Delivery Drivers a warm congratulations for their achievement.”

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Pictured from left, Martin Christie Distribution Supervisor Jimmy Fullerton, David Robinson, Stephen McAuley & Derek McPeake.

Loo of the Year Awards 2012


Everyone deserves a clean, attractive environment when they visit an ‘away from home’ toilet.  The Loo of the Year Awards’ objective is to encourage the highest possible standard in all types of ‘away from home’ or public toilets and Robinson Services are committed to implementing these high standards throughout all the premises where they provide support services to washrooms.

Stephen Wood, Regional Manager at Robinson Services commented;

“We at Robinson Services understand that everyone has a shared responsibility to encourage the highest possible standards in public toilets and we would therefore encourage all our customers to submit an entry to The Loo of the Year Awards 2012 which would recognise and promote the standard of your washroom facilities.”

For further information on The Loo of the Year Awards visit and we wish you every success in this opportunity to win this recognised award in 2012.

Robinson Services New E Learning Programme Gains Momentum


Pictured left to right are Anne McKee, Carol Beck, Jennifer Quinn and Corinna Nesbit

Technology continues to move at a pace in the competitive business world and now managers across all Robinson Services Divisions have completed the training modules on the online E-Learning H&S training programme, and are competent in the following;

  • Accident Investigation
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Asbestos Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • General Health and Safety
  • Hazardous Substances
  • Manual Handling
  • Risk Assessments
  • Slips and Trips
  • Working at height
  • Violence and Aggression

David Robinson, Managing Director, Robinson Services commented:

“These training modules are excellent sources of training. They are visual and auditory lasting a maximum of 30 minutes per session which enables them to capture the trainees attention for the length of the session. At the end of the session trainees are tested on what they have learned. This training is now being implemented at all sites; for all manner of staff, including security operatives, housekeepers and maintenance staff.

The courses are all available online to all staff- are very visual and make the trainee think harder with a short test at the end of it proving that they have actually learned something. It provides an accredited certificate at the end and also it saves time in that staff and managers have access to this on site or on their own time. A significant additional benefit is that Shauna O’Boyle, our H& S and Training Manager can manage the overall Company Training programme more effectively as she does not have to spend as much time travelling to different sites to deliver this. Both the employee and the client will benefit from this training and we are going to continue to invest in this successful initiative.

For further information contact David Robinson on 028 9442 9717 or by e mail to