NZEIA membership is based on on our three-core principles requiring us to be Competent, Compliant and Consistent.

We are a network of likeminded safety professionals who support each other. Our members are New Zealand registered Electrical Inspectors and Electrical Engineers able to provide up-to-date compliance advice and guidance enabling electrical workers to deliver safe electrical installations.

Being Competent means ensuring our members are current in their work practices and knowledge, within their areas of interest. Members receive advice, training, and up-to-date information as a way of maintaining their competency. This leads to delivering electrical installations that meet the requirements detailed in the Electricity Act, the Electricity (Safety) Regulations, and any applicable Standards.

Being Compliant and ensuring compliance is about providing Members with the means to create, construct and maintain relevant Certification processes in conjunction with practitioners by supporting them with one-on-one guidance and by using our easy-to-use checking systems.

NZEIA enables us to strive to be Consistent by meeting together to share our views and to learn best methods in the way we carry out our work, how we deliver our services, and how we interpret the many Regulations, Standards, and Guidelines that exist. We’re serious about ensuring that electrical safety is being achieved and able to be maintained.

Inspectors and Engineers have a vital responsibility to verify the safety of high-risk electrical work. This responsibility carries a legal obligation to conduct whatever tests and actions are required to ensure that installations will be electrically safe when their work is completed.

Pricing plans

$75 / year
Associate Member
  • Teaching within the Electricity Industry
  • Administration of interpretation of the Electricity Regulations
  • Retired Electrical Inspectors
  • Electrical Engineers
$85 / year
Electrical Inspector
  • Any Electrical Inspector registered under the NZ Electricity Act
  • Members of the appropriate NZ Government department or Crown agency


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