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Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act No. 85 of 1993)

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Pressure Equipment Regulations, 2009

8. Registration of a steam generator

 

(1) No user may use a steam generator unless such user is in possession of a certificate of registration issued in terms of subregulation (3) for that steam generator.

 

(2) Application for registration to use a steam generator shall be made prior to use to the provincial director in the form of Annexure 2, including copies of a certificate from the manufacturer and from the approved inspection authority after installation prior to commissioning: Provided that this sub-regulation shall not apply in respect of the re-erection of a steam generator on the same premises.

 

(3) On receipt of an application for registration in terms of subregulation (1), the provincial director shall forward that application to an inspector who may issue a certificate of registration in the form of Part C of Annexure 2 in respect of that steam generator, subject to the conditions that may be specified on the certificate.

 

(4) Any user of a steam generator for which a certificate of registration has been issued shall cause the certificate of registration to be made available on request to an inspector or an approved inspection authority.

 

(5) A user shall, within seven days after discovering that the certificate of registration has been lost, defaced or destroyed, apply to the provincial director in the form of Part A of Annexure 2 for the issue of a duplicate certificate, and affix the fee of R100,00 in the form of uncancelled revenue stamps to such an application.

 

(6) On receipt of an application in terms of sub-regulation (5), the provincial director shall issue the duplicate certificate if he or she is satisfied that the original certificate has been lost, defaced or destroyed.

 

(7) A user of a steam generator shall immediately notify the provincial director in writing when -
(a) such steam generator is no longer in use;
(b) the right of control over the use of the steam generator is transferred by the user to any other user; or
(c) the user moves the steam generator to premises other than the premises reflected on its certificate of registration.

 

(8) A certificate of registration issued in terms of subregulation (3) shall lapse—
(a) upon the transfer of the right of control over the use of the steam generator to another user; or
(b) when a steam generator is removed from the premises reflected on its certificate of registration.