The ECA Highveld has changed the date of the Construction Regulations course, which will now be held in a physical classroom on 10 June from 9am to 4 pm at the ECA Highveld office and will be live streamed for online students.

The course will be presented by Nico Greyling, a member of the Electrical Contractors’ Association and owner of Nico Greyling Electrical, who has been in the electrical industry for over 40 years and has extensive experience in all aspects of site health and safety that he gained at Iscor (now Arcelor Mittal), Ash Resources Lethabo and Lafarge.

Subjects to be covered in the course:

  • Construction Regulations 2014
    1 Definitions
    2 Scope of Application
    3 Application for Construction Work
    4 Notification of construction work
    5 Duties of client
    6 Duties of designer
    7 Duties of principle contractor and contractor
    8 Management and supervision of construction work
    9 Risk assessment for construction work
    10 Fall protection
    11 Structures
    12 Temporary Works
    13 Excavation
    14 Demolition Work
    15 Tunneling
    16 Scaffolding
    17 Suspended platforms
    18 Rope Access Work
    19 Material hoists
    20 Bulk mixing plant
    21 Explosive actuated fastening device
    22 Cranes
    23 Construction vehicles and mobile plant
    24 Electrical installations and machinery on construction sites
    25 Use and temporary storage of flammable liquids on construction sites
    26 Water environments
    27 Housekeeping and general safeguarding on construction sites
    28 Stacking and storage on construction sites
    29 Fire precautions on construction sites
    30 Construction employees’ facilities
    31 Construction health and safety technical committee
    32 Approved inspection authority
    33 Offences and penalties
    34 Repeal of Regulations
    35 Short Title
    Annexure 1 Application for a permit to do Construction Work
    Annexure 2 Notification of Construction Work
    Annexure 3 Medical certificate of fitness

Course duration: The class will start at 9am and finish at 4pm on 21 May, with tea and lunch breaks. Lunch will be provided for face-to-face students at no extra charge.

Cost: The cost of the face-to-face course is R1 840.00 for members and R1 940.00 for non-members.
The cost of the online course is R1 320.00 for members and R1 520.00 for non-members Course material is included in the price and this will be emailed to all students.

Payment should reach us by no later than 8 June 2021.
Venue: Upstairs boardroom, ECA(SA) House, 91 Newton Road, Meadowdale Ext 2, Germiston, 1402

As per the COVID-19 regulations, a maximum of 15 students can attend the face-to-face course so book early!

Register: To register, complete the course booking form and the learner booking register for the delegates who will attend by 4 June 2021

For face-to-face bookings

For online bookings

More info:           Leola Petersen or call (010) 271 0686

                                Pfano Nemakonde or call (010) 271 0686

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