LABOUR LAW POSTERS/CHARTS
COMPULSORY/REQUIRED CHARTS - WHICH CHARTS DO I NEED TO DISPLAY?
The Employment Equity Act Summary chart (EEA) and The Basic Conditions of Employment summary (BCEA) poster must be displayed at all times on your premises.
A copy of the Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA) + Regulations is required if you have more than five employees. Avoid costly fines by displaying the required acts.
All of our labour law posters are supplied in A1 size and are laminated. They are available as a poster only, block mounted or with an aluminium snap frame.
The posters we currently supply are:
Summary of the Employment Equity Act - EEA - Compulsory
Summary of the Basic Conditions of Employment - BCEA - Compulsory
Occupational Health & Safety Act + Regulations - OHSA. This consists of 2 x A1 posters - Compulsory
The Tobacco Act - Recommended if you have smokers in the building
Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act - COID - Optional - Recommended if you pay towards the compensation fund.
Labour Relations Act - LRA Optional
Skills Development Act - SDA - Optional - Recommended if you contribute towards the Skills Development levy
Sectoral Determination - SD9 -Recommended for Wholesales & Retailers
Schedule D - Compulsory if you have machinery other than boilers
Do my Labour Law Posters and Charts expire? Do I need to replace them annually?
NO! The labour law wall charts and posters are merely a summary of the most important parts of the specific act. They only need to be replaced or updated when the government makes significant changes to the specific act and publishes a gazette stating that new portions need to be added to the summary poster.
There is no legal requirement for the posters to have the year in which they were created, plastered all over them! This practice has become commonplace by several unscrupulous companies using fearmongering to trick people into buying hugely overpriced posters that they don't require.
Know the difference between a labour broker and a labour department inspector.
The department of labour will almost always inform you of an upcoming inspection, whereas a labour broker will just rock up at your premises. Your first clue to the difference is a government inspector may not try to sell you posters, and will merely advise you to update your posters, should they be out of date.
A labour broker will threaten all sorts of fines and penalties should you fail to buy their "latest posters"
Don't panic and buy from these people. Contact a reputable supplier first and confirm if you need to update your posters.
A3 Schedule D - Chart / Poster
DELIVERY TIMES AND METHODS, STOCK & PAYMENT OPTIONS
We always carry stock of the EEA, BCEA & OHSA wall charts/posters. COID, LRA, SDA & Tobacco Act posters are usually in stock, however, please confirm availability before collecting.
We endeavour to deliver the next business day for orders placed in Gauteng. Areas outside of Gauteng take 2 - 3 working days for delivery.
Deliveries in Gauteng or done by our drivers. Couriers are used in other areas
Free Delivery in Gauteng on orders over R1000!
Orders placed online may be paid for by secure credit card transaction, or by EFT. Our systems automatically generate an invoice when ordering which will be emailed to you. Should you require an official quotation before ordering, simply email all of the details that you require on the quotation to and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We are only able to accept eft payments for orders placed with us by email.
Cash payments may be made on orders collected from our offices. 24 Geldenhuis Rd, Malvern East. Please advise if you are collecting so we may prepare your order.
If you have any other questions please contact us on 011 615 2986 and we will gladly assist.