Then forward it to the Executive Officer for discussion at the next Council Meeting. You will then be added to the Federations mailing list and advised of the progress of your application following the next council meeting.
What does it cost to join the Federation?
Membership subscriptions are on a sliding scale according to number of employees for full members, $500 per annum for associate members, $90 for retired members and $90 for a magazine subscription only. Drilling contractors or operators can only be full members of the Federation.
The New Zealand Drillers Federation Incorporated financial year runs from 1st July to 30th June.
Full, associate and retired members receive copies of Australasian Drilling. The NZDF offers a magazine only subscription of $90 per annum which covers a subscription to the Australasian magazine only.
All membership prices are GST inclusive.
What are the categories of membership to the New Zealand Drillers Federation?
FULL MEMBERSHIP - according to number of employees
Full membership is open to any individual, company or organisation associated with drilling who wishes to have full voting rights and be eligible to stand for council.
Drilling contractors or operators can only be full members of the Federation.
Up to three trade and consultancy members may be elected to council.
Those trade suppliers who derive most of their income from the drilling industry are encouraged to become full members.
ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP - $500
Associate membership is open to any trade service organisation, consultant, council, or statutory authority who wishes to belong to the federation and receive benefits, whilst being ineligible to vote or stand for council.
RETIRED MEMBERSHIP - $90
Any individual now retired from the industry. Retired members are eligible to vote and stand for council.
HONORARY & LIFE MEMBERSHIP - NIL
The NZDF reserves the right to confer, from time to time, honorary (temporary) or life (permanent) membership to individuals in the industry. Such members are ineligible to stand for council and do not have voting rights unless they choose to subscribe to a full membership.