No. The monies raised by EHEDG are used to ensure that technical research, development of best practice guidelines and the dissemination of information across the world. By using its funds EHEDG is now actively promoting best practice across other parts of the world.
Please make contact with David Lowry who will happily discuss how you can become more involved with the group.
A wide range of training and support is available from EHEDG both in the UK and further afield. There are a number of training programmes which are available and advertised on the main EHEDG website. For more information on training options in New Zealand contact infoProtected firstname.lastname@example.org
All technical information is written by member companies and individuals with specific technical knowledge. Documents are peer reviewed before release and edited by a number highly regarded experts. All EHEDG documents can be found on the main website in the Guidelines chapter, same as the Working Groups and News about the documents in progress.
Information can be provided to members and is readily available as downloads from the website.