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    ECSA AND ECBSA

    Does anyone know why is ECBSA doesn't register with the engineering counsel?
    because ECBSA and the DOL control all of the South Africas electrical boards so why they don't want to be recognised by such a huge body.

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    Are you suggesting the ECSA doesn't recognise the authority of the DoL?
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    What is the latest with the E.C.B. and the supplying of C.O.C. forms I am informed that the Voltex group are supplying the forms then they are not any one have any answers

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    Last I heard Voltex is distributing the COC forms, at least as of a couple of weeks ago.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Update: This email received yesterday evening:

    IMPORTANT NOTICE
    The arrangement with the wholesalers for the registration of contractors has been temporarily suspended as we are awaiting clarity from the chief inspector of the DOL.
    We understand that this is an in-convenience to you and are endeavouring to rectify this as soon as possible.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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