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SARNZ offers significant industry benefits

Scaffolding, Access and Rigging NZ Inc was formed in 1994 by a group of like-minded individuals working in the industry who wanted to ensure they were able to speak with a united voice when it came to issues of concern to the industry.

The organisation’s membership consists of major scaffolding and rigging contractors, through to smaller companies and individuals.

A small number of Associate members who are providers to the industry in terms of supplying rope, planks, pipe, safety equipment, shrink wrap and the like are also involved.

SARNZ membership benefits include:

SARNZ office as a single point of contact

Yearly membership certificates

Platform newsletter, distributed quarterly

Input into industry training through SARNZ involvement with Tai Poutini Polytechnic

SARNZ is able to provide input into setting industry standards

SARNZ publishes and distributes Best Practice Guidelines in Scaffolding

SARNZ has representation on the Australia/New Zealand standards group

SARNZ is a unified voice promoting and speaking on behalf of the industry

Networking with other members throughout the country.

Membership services include:

CSC Member Benefit Card

FnF fuel scheme

Group Insurance Scheme — Statutory Liabilities Defence and Penalties Insurance

Employer Liability Insurance

An improved perception of the professional nature of your company by the public through being a member of an authoritative national trade association.

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