Statutory Compliance Reports & Investigations

Statutory Compliance Reports & Investigations are done by our in-house Government certified engineers that specialize in investigating and inspecting existing structures and premises. This includes compiling technical cost reports and advising our clients on legislation surrounding the Occupational Health and Safety Act (Act 85 of 1993), building regulations and South African National Standards (SANS), ISO and IEC codes of practice and regulations relating to:

 • Electrical installations
 • Emergency power generation
 • Uninterruptable power networks
 • Fire detection
 • Security, access and egress control
 • Evacuation, sound and signage
 • Emergency lighting

Statutory Engineers

Latest Industry News

Eskom places temporary hold on energy efficiency rebate programmes

Power utility Eskom has placed its energy efficiency rebates for businesses and homes on hold, pending a review of the incentive programmes in light of financial constraints, integrated demand management (IDM) senior GM Andrew Etzinger has confirmed.
This applies to the residential mass roll-out, the standard offer, standard product and performance contracting programmes, as well as the Esco model. (More about Eskom Rebate Programmes)

Law changes seen spurring increase in use of solar heating in commercial buildings

The new regulations stipulate that buildings complying with the Green Building Council of South Africa’s green building codes must generate 50% of their hot water using renewable energy, either through solar water heating or heat pump technology. (Read more)

Big emitters not doing enough to reduce emissions – CDP

The world’s largest carbon emitting companies are not doing enough to reduce their impact on the environment, with the 50 largest emitters having increased their emissions since 2009, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) stated in its 2013 Global 500 Climate Change Report (Read more)