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Everyone that applies to list on the HASANZ Register must fill in an online application form. In certain places, applicants must upload evidence which supports their application.

This page gives guidance for PNZ (OHPG) members.  Further information can be found on PNZ(OHPG)'s website (for PNZ(OHPG) members only).  

If you have any questions about these requirements please contact: Angela Trotter [email protected], or Rachel Lilley [email protected].


For a physiotherapist to be listed on the HASANZ register, a physiotherapist must:

  • Be registered with the NZ Physiotherapy Board and hold an Annual Practising Certificate.
  • Be a member of Physiotherapy NZ (PNZ).
  • Be a member of the Occupational Health Physiotherapy Group (OHPG).
  • Be covered by appropriate professional indemnity, public liability and statutory liability insurance.
  • Have a minimum of 2 years’ current experience in areas related to occupational health, vocational rehabilitation and/or specific area(s) of physiotherapy practice in which they are applying for on the HASANZ Register.
  • Hold a post graduate qualification (certificate or better), in area related to occupational health, vocational rehabilitation and/or specific area(s) of physiotherapy practice in which they are applying for on the HASANZ Register
  • Demonstrate a minimum of 15 hours of CPD per annum in occupational health, vocational rehabilitation or specific area(s) of physiotherapy practice in which they are they are listed on the Register, as part of their usual professional development requirement by the Physiotherapy Board.
  • Provide one peer review (in occupational health, vocational rehabilitation or specific area(s) of physiotherapy practice in which they are they are listed on the Register) that may include onsite visit, clinic and/or case review, per annum, with one provided on application. The reviewer must have a minimum of 2-years’ experience working in the same field.

Professional details

Applicants must enter:

  • their association name, their association membership number and their occupation/profession.
  • details of their qualifications and any other professional memberships that they hold, and upload evidence of these.

Evidence requirements

Qualifications Please upload a copy of your postgraduate certificate or higher, including the transcript of academic record.

Other memberships: Please upload copies of any current certificates, membership cards, or other identifying documentation as issued by any such associations.


Insurance coverage

All applicants must confirm that the work they do is covered by professional indemnity insurance and public liability insurance and upload evidence of this. Statutory liability insurance is recommended but not mandatory.

Evidence requirements

Please upload a copy of your paid invoice and / or a copy of your insurance certificate.


Service offering

Applicants can select the industries they have experience working in, the locations they can offer service in, and the sizes of business they have experience working with.

Applicants must then select at least one option from any one of the four lists of register categories to indicate their service offering - the services they provide, or the subject matter experience they have. The four options are: general services, specialist services, specific injury or illness experience, specific subject matter experience (area of concern). Applicants must upload evidence for each category they select, according to the requirements of their member association.

Evidence requirements

Please upload your current CV demonstrating you have a minimum of two years current experience in areas related to occupational health, vocational rehabilitation and/or specific area(s) of physiotherapy practice in which you are applying for on the HASANZ Register.

Please upload evidence of one peer review (in occupational health, vocational rehabilitation or specific area(s) of physiotherapy practice in which you are listed on the HASANZ Register), that may include onsite visit, clinic and/or case review. The reviewer must have a minimum of 2-years’ experience working in the same field. Please contact the Occupational Health administrator if you would like a peer review form.