We have 35 years of experience working with stake holders and regulators including the legislation in its various forms. Regulation is necessary to the benefit of all, provided we work together. As the national umbrella organisation and customer champion of the electrical and electronic sector of South Africa the ECB has an established board contingent comprising of many government departments as well as industry bodies. This list does not include our affiliations and associate members:
ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN QUANTITY SURVEYORS
Established in 1908, membership of the ASAQS will provide guidance and resources to succeed in quantity surveying today and in the future and to stay abreast of developments in the built environment.
ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UNDERTAKINGS
The AMEU is an association of municipal electricity distributors as well as national, parastatal, commercial, academic and other organisations that have a direct interest in the electricity supply industry in Southern Africa
COPPER DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF AFRICA
The CDAA has represented the local copper industry since 1962. On behalf of its members, is committed to promoting and expanding the use of copper and copper alloys. Associations with European Copper Institute (ECI) and International Copper Association (ICA).
CONSULTING ENGINEERS OF SOUTH AFRICA
Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is a voluntary association and represents for its members a body that promotes their joint interests and because of its standing, provides quality assurance for clients.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
The Department of Labour is the department of the South African government responsible for matters related to employment, including industrial relations, job creation, unemployment insurance and occupational health and safety.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION
Was established in 1936. Is the largest and most representative industry association in the electrical manufacturing and supply sector with 167 companies
Fire Protection Association of Southern Africa
The Fire Protection Association of Southern Africa (FPASA) was established in 1973 to provide a specialized fire safety management technical and training service to industry, commerce and society at large.
NATIONAL BARGAINING COUNCIL FOR THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY - SA
NBCEI is a Bargaining Council as envisaged in The Labour Relations Act whose mission is to create and maintain industrial peace and stability in the Electrical Industry.
NATIONAL REGISTRAR FOR COMPULSORY SPECIFICATIONS
The NRCS’s mandate includes promoting public health and safety, environmental protection and ensuring fair trade through the development and administration of technical regulations and compulsory specifications and market surveillance to ensure compliance with the compulsory specifications and technical regulations.
SOUTH AFRICAN FLAMEPROOF ASSOC
The SAFA is a non profit body, and is an association of companies involved in explosion prevention/protection techniques for equipment used in hazardous atmospheres in industry and mining.
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
Members of the Institute, registered as professional architects, are educated and trained to provide leadership, critical judgement, specialist knowledge, skills and aptitude, for the design and development of the built environment.
SA BUREAU OF STANDARDS SABS
Developing standards to advance the socio-economic well-being of South Africa in the global economy. Delivering relevant conformity assessment services that facilitate access to markets.
SA INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
Members are professionally engaged in the full range of engineering activities, including academic research, manufacturing, electronics, telecommunications, measurement and control, mining, and power infrastructural services.
SOUTH AFRICAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION
The South African Insurance Association (SAIA) is the representative body of the short-term insurance industry. It represents the industry to all relevant stakeholders to ensure a sustainable and dynamic industry.
SA NATIONAL CONSUMER UNION
A voluntary autonomous body that today represents millions of consumers. It aims to build up consumers’ awareness of their rights, responsibilities and bargaining powers through education, information and protection.
SA PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
SAPOA aims to be a nationally accepted and internationally recognised leading property association. SAPOA’s mission is to be committed to actively and responsibly represent, protect and advance our members’ property interests within the property industry.
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