Do you know these three conditions that require construction permits under the new Construction Regulations
The Construction Regulations 2014 has introduced changes that affect your duties when it comes to construction projects.
Not complying with these changes could see you paying a fine of R100 000 and serving two years in prison! So it is very important to pay attention to these changes!
One of these changes has to do with construction permits.
If you are going have construction work done, you will need to apply for a work permit.
Here are three conditions that require construction permits under the new Construction Regulations:
Is your construction site compliant with all of the newly amended construction regulations?
When the DoL comes to inspect every last detail of your site, will you be confident that everything from your scaffolding to your Health and
Safety file is compliant with ALL of it's regulations?
Now you can be!
The construction work will take more than a period of 180 days.
The construction work needs more than 1800 person days of construction work.
The work contract adds up to R13 million or more or Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) level 6.
So, there are three conditions that require construction permits under the new Construction Regulations.
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