Paul Robertson

Paul Robertson
Technical Operations Manager
Senior Consultant
BOHS IP402 Asbestos Surveyor

B.Sc., M.Sc. (Hons)

DDI:03 943 7025
Mobile:021 150 3544


As Technical Operations Manager, Paul provides training and support to our team of Consultants in all aspects of Chemsafety operations. With eight solid years’ experience with Chemsafety, Paul provides a key contract management role for Chemsafety and for our clients. Paul trains our staff in occupational hygiene and asbestos work. He has a high level of knowledge about asbestos management and undertakes complex asbestos management and demolition survey work.  He has also developed tailored asbestos training courses and management plans for electricity distribution companies, emergency services and construction industries. Paul is able to help our clients with a range of Chemsafety services including asbestos management, noise surveys and workplace exposure assessments.

  • Specialising in workplace exposure assessments, noise and asbestos management
  • IP402 Certified Asbestos Surveyor
  • Licensed WorkSafe NZ Asbestos Assessor
  • Mentor to other Consultants in the Chemsafety team
  • Trained in heights and confined space entry
  • Holds certificates for British Occupational Hygiene Society Training Modules W501, W503, W505 and W507

Client Story

We can help with procedures too

After a client discovered significant use of asbestos gaskets throughout their extensive steam pipe network, they needed a cost effective solution for allowing their workers to perform maintenance on the system without bringing in external contractors every time they went near asbestos gaskets. The workers were very skilled at maintaining their system but did not have the knowledge of how to work around asbestos materials safely. Paul was able train their staff in controls required to undertake asbestos related work and to develop a standard operating procedure for the staff to follow. This allowed the staff to have confidence in the work they were doing and keep themselves and their co-workers safe while doing it.


  • New Zealand Occupational Hygiene Society (NZOHS)