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We are having problems with our telephone lines. Please call us on 011 613 3851, fax us on 086 551 1148 or contact Amiena on 0741110333, Daisy on 0723333289, Lindie on 0827775235, Robert on 0839372017, Kudzai on 0837295965, Shane on 0829091627. We apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Thursday 10th August 2017
New branch opening in Accra, Ghana

We are excited to announce the opening of a branch in Accra at Plot 37, Alajo Link Road, Achimota Road, Alajo, Accra from 28 November 2016. Please contact Paul Darkwah 0n +233 30 297 9292 for any enquiries. A comprehensive range of our products will be available.
Monday 7th November 2016
Tiger Beam Anchors

Tiger Beam Anchors are now available and are used as anchorage connectors for personal fall arrest systems. They are designed to be attached to Horizontal I-Beams with an attached personal fall arrest system (full body safety harness, shock absorbing lanyard or fall arrest block). The Tiger single jaw sliding clamp can also be attached to Vertical I-Beams. Three models available. CE Certified - CE 1019. Minimum Breaking Strength 22.3 kN (5,000 lb/2.27 tonne). Beam width ranges from 6.35cm to 45cm. Unit weight from 2.2kg – 3.3kg. These units meet the requirements of EN 795:2012/B
Thursday 5th May 2016
Grade 100 Thiele

Our range of Grade 100 Thiele lifting chain is now available. Ask our salespeople for more details.
Thursday 7th January 2016
Expanded range of high performance ropes

We have expanded our range of high performance ropes. Please speak to one of our salespeople for more details.
Wednesday 30th March 2016

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Occupational Health and Safety Act

Burncrete is fully aware of the legal obligations arising from the South African Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1993 and the South African Mine Health and Safety Act of 1996 in so far as they relate to our products.

The principal obligations of suppliers are set out in Section 10 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Section 21 of the Mine Health and Safety Act, where it is clearly states that any person who designs, manufactures, imports, sells or supplies any article for use at work shall ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, that the article is safe and without risks to health when properly used, and that it complies with all prescribed requirements.

Burncrete’s standard procedures to ensure compliance with suppliers’ obligations are as follows:
  1. A sample from each batch is visually inspected when received to check conformity with the appropriate international standard.
  2. Mill certificates are obtained for all steel wire rope. Copies of these Mill certificates are supplied on request.
  3. Steel wire rope slings are batch tested (one in a batch of ten or part thereof) or individually if requested. Test certificates are supplied on request for steel wire rope slings. Serial numbers are supplied if requested.
  4. Chain blocks, lever blocks and electric chain hoists are tested individually and individual test certificates are supplied with each unit. These are supplied with serial numbers.
  5. Wire rope friction winches are tested individually and individual test certificates are supplied with each unit. These are supplied with serial numbers.
  6. Grade 80 chain slings are individually visually inspected. Compliance certificates are supplied on request for grade 80 chain slings. Serial numbers are supplied if requested.
  7. Compliance certificates are supplied on request for lifting equipment such as shackles, rope clamps, eyebolts, eyenuts, hooks, beam clamps, plate grabs, etc (other than commercial quality items). Where compliance certificates are issued, these are backed by manufacturers’ test certificates in our possession.
It is important to note that the above mentioned tests and inspections are carried out by us to ensure that our products comply with Section 10 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and Section 21 of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

As we do not carry out inspections or load tests as envisaged by regulation 18, sub-regulations 5 and 6, of the Driven Machinery Regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, we are not required to be a LME nor have a certified LMI. However, we have a registered LMI and are in the process of becoming LME certified.

Our designated testers are Clement Sambo (who has been with the company since 1980) and Dave Collingwood (since 1998). These personnel are highly experienced in this work and their performance is regularly reviewed by senior management. Certificates are signed by senior management only.

Occupational Health And Safety

General Machinery Regulations