新西兰司法公会皇家联合会(太平绅士协会) ROYAL FEDERATION OF NZ JUSTICES' ASSOCIATIONS
WasteMINZ is the largest representative body of the waste, resource recovery and contaminated land sectors in New Zealand. Formed in 1989 it is a membership-based organisation with over 1,000 members – from small operators through to councils and large companies.
We are the authoritative voice on waste, resource recovery and contaminated land in New Zealand and seek to achieve ongoing and positive development of our industry through strengthening relationships, facilitating collaboration, knowledge sharing and championing the implementation of best practice standards.
What we do
We work closely and collaboratively with industry partners, the Ministry for the Environment, other government agencies, and local government on advancing waste and contaminated land management issues. We also gather feedback on topical issues and key areas of interest, which are incorporated into our continuing professional development programme which includes the WasteMINZ annual conference, workshops and seminars.
WasteMINZ also has relationships with a number of other similar international organisations and is New Zealand’s national member of the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA).
There is significant value in being a member of WasteMINZ. This includes the opportunity to network and promote your products and services, attend our annual conference and workshops, participate in our sector groups and positively shape our industry through ongoing research and guideline development.
Who we are
WasteMINZ is governed by a board that consists of six members who are elected by the organisation’s financial members. Board members serve for a term of two years.
In addition WasteMINZ employs a small and dedicate team to carry out the organisation’s work.
The BusinessNZ family has its roots in four large regional organisations of member businesses that together cover the entire country.
By joining the regional business organisation in your area, you automatically become a member of BusinessNZ.
站点名称：新西兰公证事务协会Society of Notaries
新西兰公证事务协会 New Zealand Society of Notaries
A notary public (sometimes called a notary or a public notary) in New Zealand is a lawyer authorised by the Archbishop of Canterbury in England to officially witness signatures on legal documents, collect sworn statements, administer oaths and certify the authenticity of legal documents for use overseas.
A notary public uses an embossing tool (seal) to verify their presence at the time the documents were signed. When visiting a notary public it is important to have formal identification with you ideally your passport or photo drivers licence.
If the document being notarised refers to a specific identity document the notary will need to sight that document as well.
In some cases documents once signed by the notary will need to be sent to the Department of Internal Affairs in Wellington for authentication.
The Institute of Refrigeration Heating & Air Conditioning Engineers of New Zealand 新西兰制冷供暖和空调工程协会
Our main aims are to promote the economic well-being and quality of life of our members, and of the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industries, and to improve the economic well-being and quality of life of every New Zealander through:
representing and promoting the industry interests of our members
advancing and promoting (including the use of standards) the technology used by and activities of those in our industry
supporting training and education in the industry
promoting a high level of skill, qualifications and continuing professional development
promoting the development of practice guides and other industry Standards as the Council thinks is appropriate for and relevant to our industry that members shall follow
providing a forum for our members, associates and affiliates to discuss and share their knowledge and experience
providing a forum where our members, associates and affiliates and members of the public can settle their disputes
To give effect to our aims, the strategic direction of IRHACE for the future is:
To develop a continuing development policy and framework for IRHACE members to support a more skilled and technically competent membership.
Benefits of being an IRHACE member include:
IRHACE Journal and electronic member updates
Member events such as trade nights, technical tours, and social events
Discounts to events such as the annual HVAC&R Conference and the Industrial Ammonia Plant Operations course
Access to free publications such as the Hygiene Guide
Having an industry voice with government
Use of the IIR Freedoc database for members
Having strategic relationships at a national and international level with other HVAC&R organisations
Free membership for apprentices and students studying towards HVAC&R qualifications
新西兰化妆品协会 Cosmetics New Zealand：
The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of New Zealand Inc (CTFA), operating as Cosmetics New Zealand, is the incorporated body representing cosmetic, toiletry and fragrance businesses in New Zealand. We are an independent non-profit, non-collusive organisation that plays a major role in determining the direction of the cosmetic industry. On behalf of our members our activities include:
Liaising with government departments such as New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, Consumer Affairs, EPA, and Medsafe.
Holding seminars and workshops on matters potentially affecting members’ businesses.
Monitoring of legislation, including bills before Parliament, to ensure they are compatible with industry objectives.
Conducting sales and salary surveys to provide accurate and up to date information.
Being a referral centre for trade inquiries originating from both offshore and locally.
Running the Small Business sub-group, for small to medium-size enterprises.
Providing a service to members for GMP Certification and Certificates of Free Sale
Entertainment Technology New Zealand
The New Zealand Federation of Business & Professional Women
BPW NZ was formed in 1939, initially as an offshoot of the YWCA organisation. The initial focus of the NZ Federation was with regard to the war, and food parcels were sent to Britain. But at the same time a plan of study was outlined on the “Status of Women”. Projects were also undertaken, and in the first decade these included:
A survey of the status of domestic work and workers
and in 1941, a series of lectures was arranged on “the Social Aspects of Sex”.
Soon after the war, in 1946, when the Federation was composed of 10 Clubs and was becoming recognised as a nationally organised society, it separated from the YWCA. Some ten years later membership had increased to 940 in 19 Clubs. This steady growth continued so that, when the Federation celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1989, membership totalled nearly 2000 in 45 Clubs located throughout New Zealand. In 1991 the Federation adopted a new Constitution and became registered as an Incorporated Society.
The Federation maintains a close affiliation with the International Federation. Delegates and observers have regularly attended Congress and Board Meetings, members have served on Standing Committees and four have been elected to international office. In 1985 the XVIIth Congress was held in Auckland – the first Congress in Australasia.
he New Zealand Security Association (NZSA) is the largest industry representative body for the security industry in New Zealand and represents over 85% of the industry by revenue. Its voluntary members include security providers ranging from large multi-nationals to sole traders and also includes individuals and companies who are not direct providers of security services but have an interest in the industry.
The stated objective of the New Zealand Security Association is to do all things necessary and lawful to ensure there is always available to the New Zealand public, a security industry comprising of persons and firms who are fit and proper. The New Zealand Security Association is committed to the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct at all times.
The NZSA represents and includes membership from the following sectors:
PHYSICAL SECURITY PROVIDERS
Survey and Spatial New Zealand 新西兰测量与空间规划工程师协会
It helps to connect people requiring a survey or spatial professional with our members.
We promote growth, innovation and excellence in all facets of surveying and spatial in New Zealand. Our mission is to lead and foster a vibrant sector that allows the surveying and spatial profession to grow and positively influence our communities.
Survey and Spatial New Zealand has been the national body representing members in New Zealand since1888. Today, we are still an incorporated society dedicated to preserving and developing the integrity and status of the surveying and spatial sector.
We monitor and maintain the professional and ethical conduct of surveyors in New Zealand.
Our aim is to expand, enhance and support professional skills.
WHAT WE DO
promote and encourage ethical conduct of the profession
protect and enhance the integrity and status of the surveying and spatial professions
protect and promote the interests of surveying and spatial professions
protect and promote the interests of the public in regard to work undertaken by members
promote greater awareness of the value and benefits of surveying and spatial information
promote careers in surveying and spatial information
provide opportunities for the acquisition and communication of knowledge
advocate on land law, surveying and spatial issues
identify, inform and influence decision makers on national and community issues.
The New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA) is the internationally recognised professional body of qualified landscape architects in New Zealand.
The objective of the institute is to promote the profession of landscape architecture throughout New Zealand, and to promote the appropriate and sustainable protection, planning, design, intervention and management of our landscapes. As a collective of professionals, we have a responsibility to assist our members in improving their general and technical knowledge through Conferences and a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme.
Members must undergo an examination in professional practice before becoming a Registered Member, and are encouraged to extend their knowledge and skill in their preferred areas of practice. Members of the institute must adhere to an agreed code of conduct and should it ever be necessary, the public can seek redress with the Institute over the conduct of a member.
新西兰专业摄影师协会 NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY 官方网站
Te Awe Wellington Māori Business Network is a non-profit organisation and was established in 1996. It is the oldest Māori Business Network operating in New Zealand. We are registered with the Registrar of Companies as an Incorporated Society which is governed by a committee on a voluntary basis.
Te Awe has a strong membership base representing small to medium sized businesses through to large corporate companies. Non Maori business people can also take advantage of our Associate Membership option.
"Te Awe has a strong membership base representing small to medium sized businesses through to large corporate companies. Non Maori business people can also take advantage of our Associate Membership option."
Te Awe's purpose is to promote, assist and encourage Māori in business through regular networking Hui where Maori business owners meet and share their business successes and challenges.