The Chamber of Engineering Technology (COET) Membership Rules;

 

1.             If members have complaints against fellow COET members and they have prima facie evidence to support their complaint they must lodge the complaint in the prescribed manner to COET.

2.             If members have complaints against Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) registered persons and they have sufficient prima facie evidence to support their complaint they must lodge the complaint with ECSA. If the complaint involves another COET member then they must copy COET with the details and letters to ECSA.

3.             If a member has a complaint against a Company, Organisation and / or a Lifting Machinery Entity (LME) and they have prima facie evidence to support their claim, they must lodge their complaint, complete with an affidavit, to the Department of Labour, Head Office or other designated Government Department. If their complaint is against a COET company member they must copy COET with the details and letters submitted to the Department of Labour or any other Government Department.

4.             No member may make any public statement on behalf of COET, of any sort whatsoever, including press releases and interviews without obtaining COET Executive Committee’s prior written approval of the nature and wording thereof.

5.             No member may claim to be inspecting any premises, business or equipment on behalf of COET, ECSA or the Department of Labour without prior written approval from the specific organisation.

6.             No member shall accompany or assist any individual, from COET, ECSA, and / or the Department of Labour or any Government Department in any inspection, investigation or audit without prior written approval from the specific organisation.

7.             It is recommended that any request for a COET member to assist in any inspection, investigation or audit from anyone whomsoever, including the Department of Labour or any other Government Department, be reduced to writing and that the “inspector” is adequately covered with public liability and contractor’s all risk insurance. Neither COET nor any of its office bearers accepts responsibility or liability for the action of the individual so contracted.

8.        Written requests regarding the above as well as answers may be by post, fax or E Mail.

 

 

Make a free website with Yola