The SAMREC Code defines a Competent Person as a person who is registered with any one of SACNASP, ECSA, PLATO or any other statutory South African or international body that is recognised by SAMREC. A Competent Person should have a minimum of five years' experience relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity, which that person is undertaking.
a person who has acquired, through training, qualification, experience or a combination of these, the knowledge and skill enabling that person to inspect and test medical equipment
means one who has been trained to identify hazards in the workplace, or working conditions that are unsafe for employees, and who has the authority to have these hazards eliminated or controlled.
A person designated for inspection who is trained and qualified by knowledge and practical experience and who has the necessary instructions to enable the required test or examination to be carried out.
A person who is appropriately trained, qualified, experienced and skilled to undertake specific health and safety duties without risk to their own safety or that of others
Qualified by knowledge, training and experience to do the job Familiar with the Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations Aware of any actual or potential hazard in the workplace
one who has been trained to identify existing and predictable hazards in the workplace, or working conditions that are unsafe for workers, and who has the authority to have these hazards corrected, stopping the work if necessary. The Designated Supervisor of an excavation is chosen by the department and serves as the Competent Person for the purposes of this program .
a person who has acquired through training, qualification or experience, or a combination of them, the knowledge and skills to carry out a particular task.
A person suitably qualified, adequately trained and appropriately experienced for the particular class or kind of work described.
A person who has the appropriate training, skills, knowledge and personal qualities to undertake specific health and safety duties without risk to their own safety or that of others.
A person who has acquired through training, qualification, experience or a combination of these, the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the task required.
The expression is not defined in the Regulations but as a guide a person may be regarded as competent if he has sufficient practical and theoretical knowledge and actual experience of the work in question to enable him to recognise hazards associated with the work being undertaken.
A practical and reasonable person with sufficient documented training and experience, who knows what to look for, how to recognise it when they see it, and how to deal with it to make it safe. They also know and work within the limits of their competence.
capable of identifying hazards, and take corrective measures to eliminate them