Posts tagged as Electrical Contractor

Toets ‘n Bakkie: Back to basics

  Suzuki maak wat? Kan tog nie wees dat Suzuki ʼn bakkie vervaardig nie! Van kleintyd af onthou ek Suzuki-motorfietse en later so ʼn klein hardekwas viertrek en toe Suzuki-motors, maar ʼn bakkie… gedink dit pas net nie, veral in die kompeterende mark, maar nou ja, hier is hy in al sy glorie met ʼn […]

CoC course at Pretoria Branch

  The Occupational Health and Safety Act dictates that property owners be in possession of valid Certificates of Compliance (CoC). According to the act, the owner must, upon selling the property, provide the purchaser with a valid CoC on the date of registration of transfer. The seller is free to instruct a registered electrical contractor to […]

The real cost of labour in the electrical contracting industry

  Every electrical contractor must establish as accurate an estimate of the cost of a project as he or she can to determine the price at which they will do a job. This is called the tender price. The cost of labour is among the trickiest variables contractors must deal with. Material cost is fairly […]

News from the East/South Cape

  Our first ever webinar training session took place on 25 April 2017. The topic was “Pitfalls of tendering” and the session was presented by Herman Kriel, MD of Brand SA and the chairman of the ECA(SA) National Contractual Committee. The webinar was the culmination of many hours of discussions and preparation, and was presented […]

Eastern Cape holds NBCEI meeting

  There was a good turnout of ECA(SA) members at the East/South Cape Region’s first information meeting, held to inform members about the important new changes in the NBCEI Collective Agreement, which became effective on 1 May 2017. Lucas Bowles, regional director, East/South Cape