MEMBERSHIP

We welcome members from every stage of the steel supply chain to join us in building a better future.
We also welcome our colleagues across the manufacturing and construction sectors on the journey.

WHY JOIN

As an SSC member you will be participating in enabling our industry’s role in New Zealand’s low-emissions future.
SSC membership provides the opportunity to help shape the sector agenda and gain first mover advantage in a low-emissions, sustainability focused market.

For example, a focus on waste reduction and steel’s contribution to the circular economy has significant potential to create commercial opportunities.

For small enterprises, which are the life blood of our sector and the New Zealand economy, SSC membership will provide support and access to resources.

It also demonstrates to customers and stakeholders that you are actively addressing key sustainability issues in your production processes and supply chain.

Ready to be part of the circular economy and a low-emissions future?

Apply now to become a member

WHO CAN JOIN AND HOW

If you are an individual member one of the seven industry bodies that make up the SSC, you are automatically a member of SSC.

SSC will recognise your membership by formally requesting that you sign up to the SSC Charter. By responding in the affirmative in writing, SSC will provide you with a certificate of “recognised membership”, which you can use in tenders and promotional collateral.

Recognised membership is reviewed annually with no additional cost.

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Ready to be part of the circular economy and a low-emissions future?

Apply now to become a member

CERTIFIED MEMBERSHIP

We are developing a certification programme that will recognise any extra work being done by individual members to advance the sustainability of their operations in line with the SSC Charter.

SSC Certification will be obtained through audit, based on set criteria. Taking the journey to SSC Certification will enable businesses, especially SMEs, to build their skills and capacity consistent with larger sector businesses and meet the changing expectations of government and the business community.

We will be working with several members to pilot the certification process which we aim to make available in 2021.

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