For businesses providing fire protection services and/or products to the New Zealand market, and who wish to take a more active role within FPANZ including voting and nomination rights for the council or special resolutions.
FPA New Zealand offers a diverse range of benefits that add real value for our members.
The Association is committed to advocating the importance of fire protection to policy makers while professionally representing the industry to the wider community.
There are four levels of Corporate Membership based on employee numbers. These are Gold, Silver and Bronze, and Platinum by special application to the FPANZ board.
All Corporate members and their staff agree to be bound by the FPANZ Code of Ethical conduct and by the FPANZ Complaints and Disciplinary procedure.
All Corporate members receive:
- Newsletters and Electronic Updates.
The full suite of targeted communications from FPA New Zealand including regular newsletters, all important industry announcements, press releases and events updates, plus the monthly FPANZ Magazine.
- Conferences, Seminars & Workshops.
Discounts on event entry and exhibition fees.
- Customised FPA New Zealand Contract Documents.
Option to purchase the official FPA New Zealand contract document. Members can purchase the contractual document suite for the inspection and testing of fire protection systems.
A certificate relevant to the level of membership.
- Voting and Nomination Rights.
Voting and nomination rights at FPA New Zealand Board of Directors annual elections.
Members have the opportunity to significantly influence the leadership of FPA New Zealand by voting and have the opportunity to nominate other members for consideration for these positions.
- Eligibility for Standards New Zealand Committees through FPA New Zealand.
Eligibility to represent FPA New Zealand on Standards New Zealand Committees in accordance with the rules for the operation of Technical Advisory Committees.
- Eligibility for Special Interest Groups.
Eligible for Special Interest Group in accordance with the rules for the operation of Technical Advisory Committees and Special Interest Groups.
There are three membership types available, click to download: