Description Website Malmesbury Sakekamer Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Malmesbury Province Western Cape Telephone EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org Categories M, chamber … Continue reading →
Description Website Machine Tool Merchants` Association of SA Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Province Telephone EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks On the 25th May 2020, the website was not loading. If you have additional details … Continue reading →
The Locksmiths Association of South Africa is the representative body for the locksmithing industry in the country: the industry is regulated by an Act of Parliament and falls under the auspices of the Private Security Industry Regulatory authority. Lasa has branches in the Eastern Province, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Northern Province and Western Cape.Continue reading →
LP Gas is classified as a “hazardous substance”. It is such an efficient form of energy, and has a high calorific value. LPG “must” be handled and used with care. We encourage manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and end users to adhere to the safety regulations, that have been put in place to ensure end user and public safety. As such, the LPGSASA have put in place several schemes to assist with LP Gas safety, as well as information and guides in terms of using LP Gas safely.The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of Southern Africa (NPC) was established in September of 1987 and operates as a non profit organisation that represents the many companies that are involved in LPGas installations, distribution, retailing, hardware and appliances. The Association’s aim is to ensure the sustainable growth of the liquefied petroleum gas industry through compliance with best safety and business practices. We offer a number of services to industry to ensure safety. These include technical LP Gas training, facilitation of technical meetings concerning standards, safe appliance scheme, cylinder verification and incident investigation with the Department of Labour. The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of South Africa (NPC) has been a long standing member of the World LPG Association for close to 20 yearsContinue reading →
Description Website Lighthouse Association for The Blind Contact details Physical address 25 Voortrekker Road, Goodwood, 7460 Postal Address City Cape Town Province Western Province Telephone (021) 5911544 EMAIL email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details for … Continue reading →
Employers engaged in the manufacture of Light metal products (excluding tinsmiths and/or plumbers) by forging, stamping, rolling, pressing, bending, welding, cutting and/or casting and the manufacturer and sale of sheet metal and shall include the Iron, Steel, Engineering, and Metallurgical Industries which shall mean (subject to the provisions of any demarcation determination and made in terms ofsection 62 of the Labour Relations Act, No. 66 of 1995 and section 76 of the Labour Relations Act, 1956) the industry concerned with the production of iron and/or steel and/or alloys and/or the processing and/or recovery and/or refining of metals (other than precious metals) and/or alloys from dross and/or scrap and/or residues; the maintenance, fabrication,
erection or assembly, construction, alteration, replacement or repair of any machine, vehicle (other than a motor vehicle) or article consisting mainly of metal (other than a precious metal) or parts or components thereof, and structural metalwork, including steel reinforcement work; the manufacture of metal goods principally from such iron and/or steel and/or other metals (other than precious metals) and/or alloys, and/or the finishing of metal goods; the building and/or alteration and/or repair of boats and/or ships, including the scraping, chipping and/or scaling and/or painting of the hulls of boats and/or ships; and general woodwork undertaken in connection with ship repairs, and includes the Electrical Engineering Industry, the Lift and Escalator Industry and the Plastics Industry, but does not include the Motor Industry.Continue reading →
The Association is concerned that their industry, which is inherently dangerous if not well run and regulated, could fall into disrepute and therefore it is felt that the engineering team providing the service should be well trained to the correct standards and should at all times be ethical and responsible for their actions.
Further the Association will keep its members informed of developments or technological improvements of which it becomes aware of in the industry and also to disseminate by way of media and seminars training and other practical information to keep its members professional development current.
To achieve these ideals the Association will actively lobby to be represented on all forums where the governments regulators formulate policy where Association members will assist wherever possible. The Association will also attempt to become involved in the International Industry forums and Associations of peers where presently many informal and long term working relationships already exist.
The Association will also assist wherever possible to create the correct standards for both equipment and staff, who use and maintain them by endeavouring to have staff evaluated and registered by the Engineering Council of South Africa.
Lastly, this not for profit association wants to represent all members of this industry at all levels and recognises that any task is performed by a team of interdependent members who all form part of it and are responsible for their actions.Continue reading →
The Lift Inspectors Association of South Africa was established by a group of seasoned individuals in the lift industry in an effort to create an appropriate forum to discuss and regulate critical and controversial issues, as well as provide a pillar of support to fellow colleagues. Since its establishment, LIASA has matured into an influential organisation duly recognised by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a “Category A” Voluntary Association. Through effective communication, periodic meetings and constructive discussions, the members are able to create new strategies of understanding and enhancing the standards that govern the industry. The combined expertise and decades of experience offered by the members forms an integral source of motivation to emerging Lift Inspectors and support to the various governing bodies.Continue reading →
The Life Offices Association (LOA) of South Africa is known as an active trade organization based in Cape Town and born in 1935. They are tasked with specifically working on improving and governing life insurance or long term insurance for both consumers and providers. It currently has 36 member companies in the organization and these members represent majority of the insurance companies in the country. Collectively, they control the long term insurance industry and assets worth over R 915 billion. In a way, you could say LOA is the industrys voice when speaking for or against government policies, regulations, and insurance issues in South Africa.Continue reading →
LifeLine was established in 1970. This was out of a need for community members to have access to a 24-hour telephonic service that can assist them to address the psychological and social stresses and trauma that they are struggling to deal with.
For example; family problems, trauma, depression, loneliness, pregnancy, HIV infection/affection, bereavement, sexual and gender violence, substance abuse, or any other situation where a person is struggling to cope with life, in general.Continue reading →