ECA(SA) Membership More than just a name
About the ECA(SA)

The Electrical Contractors' Association of South Africa (ECA(SA) is a registered employer organisation registered in terms of the Labour Relations Act. The ECA(SA) is a non-profit entity with the focus to serve the industry and only generate funds to sustain it.

Established in 1950, the ECA(SA) represents members and their interests in the labour Relations arena and in the technical and regulatory mechanisms governing the Electrical Industry.

The membership of the ECA comprises approximately 3000 electrical contractors, manufacturers and distributors of electrical components and equipment. The membership consists of over 50% of employers in the industry that in turn employs over 70% of the industries employees.

With offices in the major centres throughout South Africa, the ECA is well placed to provide a wide range of essential services designed to assist contractors and enable them to offer their clients work that is guaranteed, competitive, professional and safe.

Among others, the ECA offers ongoing advisory and support services on matters such as technical, labour relations, legal, contractual and marketing. Additionally, the ECA offers a wide range of training products for electricians, learners and contractors.


The Voice of the Industry

 

 
 
 
 

As electric power was installed in businesses and homes everywhere, the focus fell on the enhanced skills and specialization needed in a rapidly advancing technological environment.

This enabled the ECA(SA) to play a vital role in infrastructure development in South Africa, informing contractors and guiding them through the growing body of regulations.

The ECA(SA) represents the interests of electrical contractors at many government and industry bodies, providing input from its members and receiving all of the latest developments first-hand.

Ongoing participation with:

  • Government departments (labour, education and Minerals and Energy)
  • The Bargaining Council
  • Negotiating terms and conditions of employment
  • Administering benefit funds
  • Electricity supply bodies (Eskom, AMEU)
  • The IEC and ETSB (Electro-Technical Sector Board)
  • SABS (South African Bureau of Standards)
  • Professional bodies such as SACOB, JBCC, SAACE, SAQS, etc.
  • Administering benefit funds
  • Pension and provident fund for the electrical contracting industry

Code of Ethics

To maintain high standards in the electrical contracting industry and to promote professionalism in the industry.

ECA Vision

Competence without Compromise.

The ECA Mission

To promote and create an environment conducive to the profitable and efficient operation of electrical contracting businesses to the benefit of both members and their clients.

ECA Fundamental Values

  • Service Excellence
  • Quality Workmanship
  • Integrity and Respect
  • Superior Leadership
  • Continuous improvement

As electric power was installed in businesses and homes everywhere, the focus fell on the enhanced skills and specialization needed in a rapidly advancing technological environment.










  • Banking Details
  • BANK NAME:
    FNB
    ACCOUNT NAME:
    ECA(SA)
    ACCOUNT NO:
    55030019357
    BRANCH CODE:
    231433
    BRANCH NAME:
    FESTIVAL MALL
  • Contact Us
  • 91 Newton Road
    Meadowdale Extension 2
    Germiston, 1401
    (087) 944 4555
    (011) 392 0000
    sales@ecasa.co.za

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