Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act No. 85 of 1993)
Electrical Installations Regulations, 2009
2. The definitions and the regulations
2.11 Regulation 12 - Withdrawal of registration and approval
2.11.1 Subregulation 1
Subject to the provisions of subregulation (2), the chief inspector may withdraw an approval issued to an approved inspection authority, a registration issued to an electrical contractor or a certificate of registration issued to a registered person if such person—
|(a)||no longer complies with any of the conditions referred to in regulation 3(2)(a), 6(4) or 11(2), respectively; or|
|(b)||is convicted of an offence referred to in regulation 15.|
The chief inspector may not withdraw a registration or an approval unless he or she has—
|(a)||informed the holder of such registration or approval of the intended withdrawal thereof and of the grounds upon which it is based; and|
|(b)||afforded such holder a reasonable opportunity to state his or her case and, if the holder is a person contemplated in subregulation (1)(a), afforded such holder an opportunity to comply with those conditions within the period specified by the chief inspector.|
2. 11.3 Subregulation 3
The chief inspector shall, in writing, inform the person concerned of the reasons for his or her decision.
2.11.4 Subregulation 4
Any person adversely affected by a decision of the chief inspector may, in writing, appeal to the Director-General against such decision.
An appeal referred to in subregulation (4) shall—
|(a)||be lodged within sixty days from the date on which the decision was made known; and|
|(b)||set out the grounds of appeal.|
After considering the grounds of appeal and the chief inspector's reasons for his or her decision, the Director-Genera/ shall as soon as practicable confirm, set aside or amend the decision.
Note: Self explanatory