Members

Follow these three easy steps

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    Assemble documentation
    SABS approval
    SAQCC registration
    Insurance Policy
    Membership Fee
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    Post completed application to:
    Postnet Suite #86
    Private Bag X10020
    Edenvale 1610

build customer trust : become a member of FFETA

When it comes to fire safety, your customers can't afford to take chances. They want to know that fire extinguishers, hose reels and accessories are legally compliant – and that their supplier belongs to the official association, with a Code of Conduct and approved channels for dispute resolution.



Join FFETA now and take advantage of these great benefits:

  • receive regular reports designed to keep you up to date with what's happening in the fire industry;
  • display the official FFETA logo on your vehicles, staff uniforms, website, stationery and advertisements;
  • increase customer confidence dealing with a bona fide member of the official association, with approved channels for dispute resolution;
  • win tenders only awarded to FFETA members;
  • have your details displayed on the FFETA website;
  • benefit from FFETA advertising.
  • pressure test neck rings and recharge record neck rings at greatly reduced rates.


The initial basic requirements to become a Corporate, Associate or Branch member of FFETA are that the applicants must be:

• A Separate legal entity e.g. company, cc, sole trader etc., or branch or subsidiary of a Corporate member
• Carrying public liability insurance for a minimum of R1 million (see attached recommendation)
• Conforming to the SABS Specification relevant to their section of the industry
• Having technicians registered with the SAQCC for Fire (if applicable).

The fees are as follows:

Application Fee : R200
Corporate : R800
Associate : R500
Affiliate : R200
Branch : R200 (only applicable where Corporate member already)

FFETA is the officially recognised body representing the fire fighting equipment industry. Organisations that are vital to the fire equipment industry that recognise FFETA:

• The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS).
  FFETA has representation on all the relevant fire equipment SABS Technical Committee meetings.

• SAQCC (Fire) who have representation on FFETA’s Executive Committee.

• The South African Emergency Service’s Institute (SAESI) who have representation on FFETA’s Executive Committee.

• The South African Emergency Services Institute as being the representative body of the fire equipment traders.

The Fire Protection Association as being the representative body of the fire equipment traders.