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Monday, 19 March 2012 06:32

Contact Us

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Auckland

9d Beatrice Tinsley Crescent, 

Albany 0632

Auckland

Phone:   64 9 447 1998 

Fax:       64 9 447 1997


Wellington

Unit 10 / 110 Whakaitiki Street,

Upper Hutt 5018

Wellington

 Phone:   64 4 528 0658

 Fax:       64 4 528 0659

    
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0800 #: 0800 382 436

Monday, 19 March 2012 03:41

Chemical Application

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The application of chemicals is an effective, practical and cost effective management tool in the fight against controlling unwanted vegetation. However in the wrong hands chemicals can have catastrophic consequences to the natural environment, wildlife and to human health.

As a company, New Zealand Biosecurity Services has attained the highest status available within the industry. In 2011 we were independently audited against the stringent requirements of Growsafe, and were awarded Accredited Company Status.

Individual team members have achieved Growsafe Registered Chemical Applicator and Approved Handler certification and have accumulated thousands of hours applying chemicals in a wide range of environments, utilising a variety of application techniques and equipment.

Whatever your requirements we are able to provide you with a solution in keeping with the industry Code of Practice NZS 8409:2004- The Management of Agrichemicals.

Use New Zealand Biosecurity Services with confidence for all your chemical application needs including:

  • General weed control around life-style blocks, domestic and commercial premises
  • Control of pest plants predominately via tender based contracts
  • Roadside vegetation management in rural and urban environments
  • Broadleaf weed control in turf and pasture
  • Liquid fertiliser application
  • Insecticide and fungicide application
  • Control of moss, lichen and algae
  • Aquatic weed control in streams, lakes and rivers
  • Re-vegetation site maintenance programmes
  • Organic weed control methods available where requested.
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Monday, 19 March 2012 03:13

Training & Development

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NZBSL provides the following services to external clients:

  • Design and development of training courses and associated materials
  • Train the trainer of customized material for clients to deliver themselves
  • Delivery of training courses from 2 hours to a week in duration, or more if required
  • Design and development of learning outcomes and standards
  • Design and development of assessment material again NZQA unit standards or internal standards
  • Assessment of competency against standards.
Monday, 19 March 2012 03:00

Company Affiliations

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The hazardous nature of the work undertaken by New Zealand Biosecurity Services means everyone needs to take extreme care and be aware of their surroundings. Many activities require adherence to the Code of Practice NZS8409-2004 (Management of Agrichemicals) and strict health and safety management plans. New Zealand Biosecurity Services is proud to have Tertiary Safety Level accreditation to the ACC Workplace Safety Management Plans.

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New Zealand Biosecurity Services is an accredited company with the Growsafe New Zealand Trust, who set industry standards for agrichemical use throughout New Zealand. This accreditation recognises adherence to standards including storage, transport, application and disposal of agrichemicals. New Zealand Biosecurity Services is one of a few companies that have reached Growsafe Registered Company status.

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New Zealand Biosecurity Services has achieved Registered Contractor, Qualified Contractor and Registered Chemical Applicator status with Rural Contractors New Zealand. These registrations mean that our business, our people and our operational processes have been accredited to the highest industry level.

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Members of the New Zealand Biosecurity Services Team are members of the New Zealand Biosecurity Institute, which is an incorporated society that aims to raise biosecurity awareness, encourage industry best practice and the sharing of knowledge.

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Members of the New Zealand Biosecurity Services Team are members of the National Pest Control Agency which is a co-ordinating forum for everyone involved in vertebrate pest management in New Zealand.

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New Zealand Biosecurity Services has progressively grown with the aim of growing capability rather than bolstering profit levels. The objective is to develop the company through investment in expertise, training, new high quality equipment, company accreditation and selected sponsorship, like the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust.  The Auckland Rescue Helicopter is a vital service that anyone could need at anytime.

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Grounds & Services Ltd (GSL) is a nationwide New Zealand owned and operated company, bringing together a diverse range of specialist skills that we utilise in a cohesive way to provide high quality outcomes for our clients. Based in Christchurch, we complete large scale civil construction and open spaces projects for major clients in both urban and rural areas. We also have a purpose built mechanical workshop, with a dedicated team that can fix anything from a mower to heavy earthmoving equipment.

 

Ecology New Zealand Limited is a privately owned company, specialising in ecological assessments, monitoring, management and compliance. Our areas of expertise support our passion to protect New Zealand’s unique biodiversity and environment for future generations, while providing for sustainable growth and development.

 
Sunday, 18 March 2012 10:51

Most Recent Work

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Sunday, 18 March 2012 09:55

Plants

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The control of unwanted and invasive plant species can result in many benefits to the wider community.

By controlling unwanted vegetation we can help:

  • Increase the diversity of native species and animals
  • Promote healthy ecosystems
  • Beautify the community
  • Improve conditions for recreational activities
  • Promote health benefits
  • Maintain the condition of assets such as roadways and footpaths

The team at New Zealand Biosecurity Services has attained industry related qualifications and has accumulated numerous years' experience in the early recognition and control of unwanted plant species and unsightly, sometimes damaging vegetative growth, along with the design, implementation and ongoing maintenance programmes of revegetation planting plans.

We are conversant with the requirements of various Regional Pest Management Strategies under the Biosecurity Act 1993 and able to consistently meet conditions imposed in Resource Consents.

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 Pest Plant Control  Vegetation control  Chemical application
Sunday, 18 March 2012 09:33

Pest Animals

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Pest animals pose a major threat to New Zealand's native species, ecosystems and conservation lands. Control programmes are essential to manage negative impacts of these threats.

New Zealand Biosecurity Services specialise in ground-based animal control operations in both the urban and rural environments. Our qualified and experienced team understands the importance of working in a safe, effective and humane manner, whilst mindful of the specific business needs for each environment and the preferences and requirements of our business partners.

Let us help to provide advice and control programmes to manage:

  • Possums
  • Rabbits and hares
  • Mustelids, including ferrets, stoats and weasels
  • Feral animals, including pigs, goats and cats
  • Deer
  • Wallabies
  • Bees and wasps
  • Birds, including magpies pigeons, gulls, starlings, sparrows and peacocks.
Sunday, 18 March 2012 08:23

Vegetation Control

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While not all plants are subject to the requirements of a Regional Pest Management Strategy, many still have a negative impact on the environment. These plants can impact on land and water recreational activities, pose health and safety risks and can affect the aesthetic value of the landscape.

New Zealand Biosecurity Services is a firm believer that no one solution fits every weed control problem. The philosophy of implementing an integrated approach to pest management means you will receive the most appropriate, effective and environmentally sensitive solution to your particular problem.

Our control methods may include one or more of the following;

  • Mechanical means such as chain-sawing, scrub-cutting, hand-weeding or mowing
  • Chemical control using the least toxic and selective chemicals, applied at the optimum time
  • Biological control which promote natural processes in the fight against weed development
  • Vegetative planting and maintenance to suppress weed development and restore the natural environment.
Sunday, 18 March 2012 08:21

Pest Plant Control

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There are over 700 introduced plant species in New Zealand, many of which can cause serious harm to our native environment, be an economic threat to farmers and horticultural producers, or threaten human health. A large number of these species are subject to controls and restrictions under Regional Pest Management Strategies under the Biosecurity Act 1993. These strategies place a requirement on landowners to control certain plants to prescribed standards.

Our industry qualified team is able to provide advice on meeting these requirements or implement a maintenance programme designed for your specific situation.

Some of the more familiar pest plant species you may encounter may include gorse, woolly nightshade, moth plant, ragwort, thistles, Old Man’s Beard and many others. Let us help.

Sunday, 18 March 2012 08:20

Vacancies

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Field Operator - Fulltime and casual postions available across Auckland region.

Qualified Field Operator - Fulltime and casual postions available across Auckland region.

Contracts Adminstrator - Fulltime position, Albany based