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Covid-19 Security Update – Licences, PPE, Training and Tax Payments

We apologise for the bombardment of emails however from feedback received it appears that the regular update of information is valued and we will continue to provide regular updates as required. Security Licence Update We have today received advice from the PSPLA regarding licence applications, see below: “My team are now going through all applications […]
27/03/2020 12:13

NZSA support for ensuring continuity of security labour resource for our members

Whilst today’s business environment is extremely challenging, we in security are one of the fortunate business sectors to be deemed an essential service and with some degree of certainty for our businesses and employees. Demands on our services will differ business to business and sector by sector however we are already seeing an unprecedented demand […]
27/03/2020 12:09

Covid-19 – Security Update re Essential Services

Essential Services update Government provided an update to the essential service definitions at 1pm. It includes the following: “Security is considered an essential service, even if security services are being provided in relation to premises for a non-essential service”.
27/03/2020 12:07

Covid-19 – Your Security Questions Answered

Earlier today we issued a guidance document confirming that Security Services are defined as an Essential Service. We appreciate that there is not a lot of supporting detail at this time and our contacts within Government advise that this is still a work in progress and they are currently working on setting up a call […]
27/03/2020 12:04

Covid-19 Update

As you will be aware the situation regarding Covid-19 is a rapidly evolving one. The NZSA has implemented a range of measures to ensure continuity in the level of service provided to our members. Our work with regulators, government, standards development, qualifications authority, media comment and providing advice and support to our members will continue […]
24/03/2020 11:37

NZSA Newsletter – March 2020

CEO’s REPORT Welcome to our March 2020 newsletter. One of the biggest challenges for any association is how we communicate with our members and the wider industry. Whilst social media currently holds focus for many, we have found that some of the “old-fashioned” communications tools such as this newsletter and our regional visit programme achieve […]
04/03/2020 13:21

NZSA newsletter – January 2020

CEO’s Report Welcome to our January 2020 newsletter. Hopefully Christmas and New Year have treated you well and the focus is now on ensuring a successful 2020! From the NZSA’s perspective we are looking forward to the coming year with considerable excitement as we introduce three new member benefit programmes (refer below), continue to expand […]
21/01/2020 08:23

NZSA Award to LSV recipient

The NZSA are proud to be a supporter of the LSV programme and present the NZSA Award at the end of each six week course. This award is the NZSA Award for demonstrating outstanding qualities for the security industry – initiative, empathy and going the extra mile. The first recipient of the NZSA Award is […]
02/12/2019 11:33

NZSA newsletter – November 2019

Welcome to our November 2019 newsletter. In our May newsletter I opened with commentary on the tragic events that occurred in Christchurch on the 15th March and referred specifically that our “she’ll be right” attitude towards security left us vulnerable to some form of attack and that it was only a matter of time before […]
12/11/2019 14:33

Membership of ASIS New Zealand

 

ASIS New Zealand is part of ASIS Region 39 which also includes the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea. There are over 90 members of ASIS International in New Zealand, most of whom are financial members of the Chapter.

The annual Chapter membership fee is only NZ$60 + GST. Membership is for the calendar year and expires 31st December each year.

The benefits of Chapter membership include: networking opportunities; access to the member only pages on this website; access to resources; member discounts; and the list goes on!

The New Zealand Chapter welcomes applications for membership from security professionals nationwide. However, before joining ASIS NZ you must be a member of ASIS International. If you wish to join ASIS International please visit the ASIS International Membership page.

If you are already a member of ASIS International you can apply for Chapter Membership please click on the link below.

 

CLICK HERE TO JOIN ASIS NEW ZEALAND

 

The application process...


STEP 1: 

Check that your ASIS International membership is up to date. It is a requirement to be an ASIS International member before you can join the local chapter. 


STEP 2: 

Complete the registration form which is contained in the above link. This needs to be completed each year to ensure member details are up to date. We want to ensure that members contact details are current and that we don’t send you unwanted correspondence. 

 

STEP 3:

Once the registration is received (and ASIS International membership is confirmed) you will receive an invoice for your chapter membership from the Chapter Treasurer.

 

STEP 4: 

Once payment has been confirmed you will receive your Welcome Pack. This will confirm your membership to the chapter and will have your access details to the member only pages to this website.  Please read and follow the login instructions to access the members only section of the Chapter website. (Please note that if you are not joining for the first time, and are renewing your Chapter membership your access to the website is reset each year once your annual membership has been confirmed).

At the bottom of the Welcome Pack email you will be invited to click on a link for your Chapter Membership Certificate. For those you seek re-certification points this will be useful evidence.

Your details will feature in the chapter directory listed in the members only section of the ASIS New Zealand website once you are a confirmed financial chapter member.

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