Get $500 off your 2017 Trans-Tasman Conference Registration

Registration is now open to members for the Master Electricians 2017 Trans-Tasman Conference. Register before 25 February and go in the draw to get $500 off your registration. See Conference 2017 for more information.  

Excellence Awards 2017

Applications are open for the Master Electricians Excellence Awards 2017. The Awards are the industry’s way of recognising the very highest achievements in innovation and quality workmanship in electrical projects. Get more information.

Workplace Health and Safety

To register for a four-hour workshop about improving your Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) contact your local Regional Manager:

Mathew Lawrence (Northern Regional Manager)
0275445591 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rob Ormsby (Central Regional Manager)
0275445592 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Peter Maynard (Southern Regional Manager)
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Download the WHS workshop flyer

We have a guide for putting your own WHS Management System together in the members area of the website.

See the 'Up to Speed Guide'.

New WHS legislation and rules 

New WHS legislation came into force on 4 April 2016. The introduction of the HSW Act is the final major piece of the WHS reform that started in 2013.  

New information is available from Worksafe, including a video presentation.  The duties of businesses and workers, including an example of electricians on a construction site, is covered from about 14 minutes in.

See the Worksafe website for more information.    

Master Electricians brand

For additional decals and electronic copies of all branding, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   


New Zealand's ‘no-fault’ approach to compensation for personal injury has been in place for over 40 years, and with the introduction of WorkSafe NZ now means an even more cordinated approach to improving New Zealand's health and safety outcomes.

ACC have identified the leading cause of injuries to electrical workers, download the poster.

Master Electricians is excited to work with our Accredited Partners in 2016

Accredited Partners support Master Electricians.  Please support our Accredited Partners as they support Master Electricians to carry out its good work for the Industry.


Reasons why you should choose a Master Electrician ...

Master Electricians are the only electricians backed by a $10,000 Workmanship Guarantee.
For a list of Quality Assured Master Electricians, see 

Join Master Electricians - we've got you covered  

Master Electricians understands the commitments involved in running a business, being an employer and managing the risks.  When you become a member, you get access to technical support on the job, business support in the office, and various member discounts and savings deals.  Download the brochure

EcoSmart Electricians

Get advice from a trained and accredited Master Electrician about being energy efficient and saving money.  See EcoSmart Electricians.  


If you are getting electrical work done and it is a bit more than changing a light bulb you must be given certification.


Dave talks about ECANZ

Dave is a hardworking electrical contractor, just like you.

Dave can tell you all about ECANZ, the only specialist trade association representing electrical contractors in New Zealand.

See how the services, information and support that ECANZ offers can help Dave with running his business.




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