Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act No. 85 of 1993)
Electrical Installations Regulations, 2009
2. The definitions and the regulations
2.12 Regulation 13 - Substitution of lost, damaged or destroyed certificate
If any registration certificate issued in terms of these regulations to an electrical contractor or a registered person is lost, damaged or destroyed, the person to whom the certificate was issued may apply to the chief inspector for a duplicate certificate in the form of Annexure 6, together with the relevant registration fee prescribed by regulation 14.
|1.||The following documents must accompany the Annexure 6:|
|o||Certified copy of ID|
|o||Two colour or black & white photographs (40 mm x 30 mm)|
|o||A copy of the old registration certificate (blue, yellow or pink card) if available|
|o||Proof of payment in the form of a receipt, deposit slip, print out of payment, etc.|
|o||An affidavit to say what has happened with the old registration certificate|
|2.||No faxed ore-mailed copies will be accepted.|
After proof that a certificate referred to in subregulation (1) has been lost, damaged or destroyed has been submitted to the satisfaction of the chief inspector, the chief inspector shall issue a duplicate thereof on which the word "duplicate" shall appear.