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Upcoming Changes to the HASANZ Register

We are pleased to announce that the HASANZ Register is currently undergoing some exciting updates!

In order to ensure that we can complete all necessary background processes, we will be implementing a change freeze on 15 April 2024. During this time, we will not be able to accept any changes to the system. This will help us maintain stability and focus on implementing the planned updates.

Once the change freeze is lifted, we will have more information available about the updates and how they might affect users or stakeholders. If you are interested in learning more about these changes, please check back with the HASANZ Register shortly. We are excited to share our progress with you and thank you for your patience during this time.


Join the Register

The HASANZ Register is the place to demonstrate your competence to practice as a qualified health and safety adviser in New Zealand.

Independent consultants and in-house professionals - generalists and specialists - who meet the required registration standard of an association that is a full member of HASANZ can list on the Register.

In-house employees providing health and safety advice are eligible to join if they meet the registration standard.

As part of the application process, every applicant's credentials and eligibility are checked. If you are eligible you will be published onto the HASANZ Register with your associations core competencies only.

With upcoming changes to the HASANZ Register it is now free to join and renew. We will no longer be granting specialist competencies except for people completing Fit Testing and SafePlus assessment courses.

Complete your HASANZ Register application here.

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Application process

We are currently revamping the HASANZ Register with a new, improved and simpler version of the HASANZ Register.  Until these changes have been implemented we have temporarily changed our application processes and removed any fees to join.  

1 Check you meet the registration standard

You can only join the HASANZ Register if:

Please contact your member association and check you meet their registration standard before applying to list on the HASANZ Register.

2 Gather your evidence documents

When you complete your application, you will be asked to provide evidence of your qualifications and experience that are relevant to the various categories under which you wish to list.

Your member association will use this evidence to verify that you meet the competency requirements for the HASANZ Register. Any uploaded evidence documents you provide are held in a secure area of the system and are not able to be accessed by the public.

Check the specific evidence requirements for your member association before starting the online application process.

3 Complete the online application form and submit it

Complete the online application form and once you have completed the online application form, click "submit" to send your application for approval.

4 Profile Assessment

Your application will be assessed to ensure that you meet the required standards of your association to list on the HASANZ Register.

5 Approval and Publication

Your application will be assessed to ensure that you meet the required standards of your association to list on the HASANZ Register.

6 Your "HASANZ Registered" certificate

Once your profile has been published HASANZ will send your HASANZ-Registered certificate which is valid for 12 months. You will also receive the "HASANZ-Registered" quality mark and associated brand collateral via email.

7 Maintenance

You can make changes to your profile at any time once your profile is live - simply login to the HASANZ Register and select Edit my profile. Changes to your contact details will be published immediately. Currently we are not accepting any changes to your competencies as we are in the process of changing how the HASANZ Register works.

8 Annual Renewal

Your registration is valid for one year and will expire 12 months after the date that your profile is first published on the HASANZ Register.  With changes that we are making to the way HASANZ Register works this may also change.  We will have these changes in place before your profile expires.