SANS 10142-1. 2017 Edition 2 & OHS ACT
SAIEE-2052-V, 2 CPD credits : Category 1
Because all electrical installations are governed by regulation and the relevant code is made mandatory through incorporation by name in section 44 of the Act, the course starts with the relevant sections of the Occupational Health & Safety Act (act 85 of 1993), that binds designers, installers, manufacturers, suppliers, users, distributors and others to its content. SANS 10142-1 has many requirements to which all and everything in an electrical installation shall comply.
The relevant sections of the OHS Act and the Code will be available for purchase on the day.
This course is very intense and interactive, and explanation will be made on the main differences between the OLD and NEW codes, as well as how to interpret and apply the new requirements
· Occupational Health & Safety Act
· Protection selection, including fault withstand levels and overcurrent protection
· Cable selection and installation methods 1-9, de-rating factors, current ratings volt drop etc.
· Distribution boards, including type testing, factory built and built on site boards and labelling
· Alternative supplies, generators and something about PV installations
· The practical aspect of the CoC and Test Report, including responsibility of all
· Earthing systems and disconnecting methods
· TN-C reticulation systems beyond the Point of Supply, i.e. in the consumers reticulation
Electrical engineers, electrical installers, electrical contractors, registered persons, supply authorities, competent persons, property owners, trainers etc.
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF
COST : Non-Member R7,500, SAIEE Member R5,500 (incl. teas, lunches and course material)
*Note: If proof of payment is received before commencement of the course, the following rates will apply:
Non-member R6,750 ; SAIEE member R4,950.
COURSE DATE :
14 – 15 MAY 2019 :
SAIEE HOUSE, JOHANNESBURG
Registration : 08:00 – 08:30
Workshop : 08:30 - 16:30 (est.)
Tony has been involved in the drafting of standards as well as this SANS 10142 Code of Practice since 1972 till to date. Tony has also represented South Africa at the IEC on several work groups since 1980 and is still active on several IEC mirror committees.