EAIASA is South Africa’s leading Accredited Electrical Inspection Body in the electrical industry and has been assessing electrical installation compliance since 2000.
We provide all users of electrical installations with support in a highly technical environment to ensure that safety compliance is maintained and enforced.
Our technical expertise is available to anyone who suspects that their safety has been compromised or to validate that safety has been maintained.
We’re not too big to not care for individual homeowners and not too small to understand the complexities of large commercial or industrial electrical installations.
Our accreditation covers all electrical installations including those in hazardous or specialised environments.
We invite you to contact us to put your concerns to rest – we are your partner in electrical safety compliance.
The Electrical Approved Electrical Inspection Authority Southern Africa (PTY) Ltd - (EAIASA) is approved by the Department of Labour as an Approved Inspection Authority (AIA) in terms of Electrical Installation Regulation 3, and accredited by the South African National Accreditation System (SANAS).
The primary function of the EAIASA is to investigate complaints and incidents of a technical nature.
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As the “USER” of an electrical installation, YOU are personally responsible for the safety, safe use and maintenance of the electrical installation which you use.
The longer the period between the dates of issue of a certificate of compliance and an inspection to ensure the validity thereof, the more difficult and costly your right of recourse becomes against the person who provided you with an “invalid” certificate of compliance.
As an owner, you must have peace of mind that you have in your possession a “valid” certificate of compliance in order for you to accept such responsibility.
Sellers of property must be aware of their legal obligations in the supply of a certificate of compliance in the sale process. The requirement for the certificate of compliance is prescribed by legislation and is enforced through the Property Sale Agreement.
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