ISO – INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDIZATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

A management system is the way in which an organization manages the interrelated parts of its business in order to achieve its objectives. These objectives can relate to a number of different topics, including product or service quality, operational efficiency, environmental performance, health and safety in the workplace and many more.

DOT – THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

Road safety The Department of Transport (DoT) is responsible for the legislation and policies for rail, pipelines, roads, airports, harbours, and the intermodal operations of public transport and freight

DOL – THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR

The Department of Employment and Labour is the department of the South African government responsible for matters related to employment, including industrial relations, job creation, unemployment insurance and occupational health and safety

SARS – SOUTH AFRICAN REVENUE SERVICES

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is the revenue service (tax-collecting agency) of the South African government. It was established by legislation to collect revenue and ensure compliance with tax laws

CIPC – COMPANIES AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERY COMMISSION

Registration of Companies, Co-operatives and Intellectual Property Rights (trademarks, patents, designs and copyright) and maintenance thereof. To disclose Information on its business registers

MQA – MINING QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY

The Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) is a Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) responsible for the administration of skills development programmes for the mining and minerals sector in South Africa. It was first established under the Mine Health and Safety Act No.29 of 1996 and later registered as a SETA under the Skills Development Act No.97 of 1998

TETA – THE TRANSPORT EDUCATION TRAINING AUTHORITY

The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is one of South Africa’s 21 SETAs which is responsible for assisting in training and skills development within various economic sectors, with focus on the Transport Sector.

TETA’s operational areas include maritime, road freight, freight handling, rail, taxi, aerospace, road passenger, as well as forwarding and clearing transport industry sub-sectors

ETDP SETA – EDUCATION, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES – SECTOR EDUCATION & TRAINING AUTHORITY

The SETA is mandated to promote and facilitate the delivery of education, training and development in order to enhance the skills profile of the Education, Training and Development (ETD) sector and contribute to the creation of employment opportunities especially for those previously disadvantaged

CETA – CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY

The CETA initiates skills projects and learnerships aimed at improving and developing South Africa’s human resources, including a construction workforce whose skills are recognised and valued in terms of the National Qualifications Frameworks (NQF). The CETA is accredited as an Education and Training Quality Assurance (ETQA) body by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) on behalf of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO).

SEESA – SPECIAL EMPLOYEE ENTITLEMENTS SCHEME

SEESA is a nationwide industry expert, ready to assist any South African business in all their business matters from the first employment contract to payday and everything in between – Industrial Relations & HR software, BEE strategies, Consumer Protection & POPI compliance, employee training, skills development claims, employment equity and any other business matter

IWH – INSTITUTE FOR WORK AT HEIGHT

The Institute for Work at Height was formed as a Trade Organisation in January 2009 being a merger of the Specialized Access Engineering Manufacturers Association (SAEMA) and the Rope Access and Fall Arrest Association (RAFAA) desirous of creating safety awareness and in turn “professionalism in the overall Work at Height Industry”.

The members all agreed that their input in the development of the skills was lacking and thus they decided to apply for the registration of a Professional Body. In November 2012, the Institute for Work at Height Professional Body received official recognition by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA)

SAIDI – THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF DRIVING INSTRUCTORS

SAIDI was established in 1975 under the auspices of the National Road Safety Council, Traffic Safety, in order to place driver training on a coordinated basis and to professionalize and standardize the industry.

Since the inception, great strides forward have been made, and SAIDI is recognized by such bodies as the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), the Provincial Authorities, the Institute for Advanced Motorists of South Africa (IAM), the Automobile Association (AA) and the Department of Transport