ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
Occupational Health & Safety Act, 1993 (Act 85 of 1993) Revised 15th Edition
SANS 10142-1:2003 (SABS 0142) Edition 1.1 (as amended 2003 and 2012) Edition 2: 2017
Government Notice No.1373 of 8 November 2002
Electrical Contracting Board
Electrical Contractors’ Association
When selling a property an Electrical Certificate of Compliance will be required for transfer purposes (COC). The electrical installation of a property is to be inspected and tested by a Qualified Electrician to determine whether it is safe and complies with the current regulations. All QC Inspectors are registered with the Department of Labour ensuring that our inspections adhere strictly to the code of practice.
What is Inspected:
Circuit Breakers; Distribution and Sub Boards; Earth Leakage; Earth Continuity; Illegal Installations / Additions; Insulation; Lights; Loop Impedance; Plugs; Polarities; Resistance; Voltage and Wiring Circuits.
What is Excluded:
All appliances e.g. ovens, stoves, hot water cylinders and their heating components, pools, ponds, air conditioners, fans, gate motors, doorbells, jacuzzis, etc. Furthermore, all extension cables and anything plugged into it, light bulbs, lights fittings, telephone/internet wires and alarm systems are excluded from the scope of work required for the purpose of issuing a compliance certificate.
Our Inspection fee:
Standard Home – Cash price R405.00 including vat. (payable on the day)
If settled thereafter, or on transfer – R450.00 including vat.
Commercial Buildings to be quoted on.
Should any compliance faults be noted, a full report/quotation will be forwarded to the Seller for his/her approval. The Seller will be required to accept this quotation in writing.
Issuing of Certificates of Compliance (COC):
On completion of our inspection, where no faults have been recorded, our COC will be issued immediately upon receipt of payment. Alternatively, once all faults have been attended to, and the property deemed compliant, our COC will be issued once payment has been settled in full.
Payment may be settled in cash or via electronic funds transfer (EFT) on the day of service, this entitles the Seller to our cash discounted fee, as indicated above. Alternatively, payment may be settled on transfer of the property, a written instruction will be requested from your Transferring Attorney in respect of the amount/s due, once in hand, the COC will be issued immediately.