The Electric Machinery Regulations in South Africa (Government Notice No. R250)(Government Gazette 34154) was published on 25 March 2011. In terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act No. 85 of 1993) (referred to as the OHS Act) which is administered by the Chief Inspector of Occupational Health and Safety of the department of Labour requires that all electric fence installation must comply with the requirements of SANS 10222-3. It also requires that an accredited person, defined as an electric fence installer, issues an Electric fence Certificate for an electric fence installation. The certificate must be completed in the form of the electric fence certificate published in the Electric Machinery Regulations.

Tandem Security Systems CC is qualified to issue certificates. Further more our company is registered with the South African Electric Fence Installers Association.

SANS 10222-3 can be found on Google.

Tandem Security Systems CC can provide our clients with a turn key solution because we can integrate electric fences with all the aspects of access control and CCTV installations. We install electric fences ranging from domestic to high security industrial sites.

We do not need to use subcontractors, because our staff is well trained to handle all the aspects of the spectrum ourselves. They are subject to polygraph tests from time to time to assure our clients that they can expect honest staff on their premises. Tandem Security Systems was registered in 1997 and has a valid Tax clearance certificate as well as a BEE Certificate. We can assist our clients to design and install electric fences to meet their requirements. Government and Corporate clients must not hesitate to contact us.

Our electric fence gallery reflects the quality of our installations. Do not hesitate to give us a call.

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