In order to do Engineering Work, it is a legal requirement that a person is registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa as a Professional Engineer, a Professional Engineering Technologist or a Professional Engineering Technician – see the Engineering Professions Act 46 of 2000. By not being registered, the individual stands the risk of having to pay a fine equal to double his / her salary while doing that work.
In order to register and remain registered, it is compulsory for professionals to obtain CPD points.
- Eng Prof Act 46 of 2000
- Identification of Engineering Work
- Guideline Professional Fees Scope of Services and Tariff of Fees
- Overarching Code of Practice for the Performance of Engineering Work
Individuals: ECSA Registration
To assist you, we have added the following documents that will play a major role in your assessment.