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NZSA Security Update – face masks, annual returns & request for volunteer

Face masks available The NZSA has face masks from the Ministry of Health government stocks. These masks are Ministry of Health approved for essential services. The masks are available to order in boxes of 50. The price of one box is $50 + gst plus the cost of delivery to your premises. If you would […]
01/10/2020 14:17

Request for Member input – 2020 Minimum Wage Review

The NZSA has been invited by MBIE to make a security industry submission on this year’s minimum wage review, refer to the MBIE_letter. To ensure that we are representing our members effectively and correctly, we would welcome input from members by completing the MBIE_minimum wage questionnaire and returning to us at [email protected] by no later […]
28/09/2020 09:03

GETS Notification – MBIE RFP Security Guard and Associated Services

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) are looking for suitably qualified and experienced Security Guard and associated services throughout New Zealand. They are looking for multiple suppliers across the geographical spread and are open to suppliers collaborating together to provide services across a range of regions. The range of services include: Security Guards Mobile […]
23/09/2020 08:50

Police release crowded places strategy

Police have released a strategy to assist owners and operators increase the safety, protection and resilience of crowded places across New Zealand. Protecting Our Crowded Places from Attack: New Zealand’s Strategy sets out a consistent approach to promote the safety of crowded places. It explains what crowded places are, the risks they pose, and how […]
21/09/2020 10:56

Security employee or contractor? Getting it right

Employee vs contractor – the differences Hiring workers as either employees or contractors can be lawful provided that the correct type of working arrangement is used in each situation. Employees work for you while contractors work for themselves. You need to know whether your worker is an employee or a contractor because your responsibilities as […]
09/09/2020 10:45

NZ Security Association Newsletter – September issue

CEO’s REPORT Welcome to our September 2020 newsletter. Similar to many of my associates and colleagues, I take great pride in our industry and the people who work within it. Over the last six months I have observed the industry as a whole, including employers and employees, stand up and deliver essential services to a […]
01/09/2020 14:59

NZSA Covid-19 Security Update – access to face masks

Last night the NZ Government announced that the greater Auckland area will move to Alert Level 3 for three days, commencing at midday today, and the rest of the country will move to Alert Level 2. The guidelines provided by the government include maintaining physical distancing, hand washing, regular cleaning programmes and wearing of PPE, […]
12/08/2020 12:04

Apply / Renew Chapter Membership Subscription

 

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

Please click on the link below to send through your registration form. From there, your international membership will be confirmed and an invoice generated with payment options. Payment options include bank deposit or Paypal.

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Once payment has been made your WELCOME PACK will be emailed to you confirming your chapter membership and giving your access details to the members only pages of this website.

 

 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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