Obligations / Terms and Conditions
SASAC is a non-profit association, our main aim is to educate, guide and create awareness to as many businesses and individuals as possible on specific processes and procedures that can be adopted to minimize the risk of spreading or contracting the virus. Ultimately to save as many lives as possible and lessen the impact as a whole. The process includes government regulations within each sector as well as the international standards adopted.
It is important to adopt and comply with the protocols and procedures as well as all government regulations to ensure that the correct services are provided to your clients and the market.
As a SASAC approved vendor you undertake to;
1. Follow all government regulations.
2. Follow SASAC Protocol and Procedures.
3. Ensure health and safety file is up to date with all health and safety protocols
4. No misleading or misinformation regarding any service or product and/or it's effects may be given to clients.
5. That you undertake to work within the parameters of good ethical business practices.
6. Workman's compensation should be put in place.
8. You will receive SASAC approved training and vendor certificates.
8.1. The SASAC logo, name and collateral cannot be used in any way or form other than stipulated by SASAC or in any way that would bring disrepute to SASAC.
8.2. The business compliance and SASAC compliance certificates will be done by SASAC only with SASAC Certificates provided.
8.3. The SASAC certificate can be used as confirmation of compliance training and approval.
8.4. The SASAC logo can be used on other material such as; website, compliance confirmation and recommendations, advertising material.
9. You as our vendor hereby indemnifies the Southern African Sanitisation Association Council (SASAC) (“the indemnified party”), its members, directors and employees against all claims, losses, demands, actions, damages and causes of action whatsoever arising directly or indirectly out of our acts connected with or arising out of any services or products offered by you, whether suffered by the member or any other third party, and the member holds the indemnified party harmless there from.
10. SASAC undertakes to assist our vendors with knowledge and support within the sanitary and COVID-19 field with updates and regulations and provide advice to the best of our ability.
11. It is further advised that liability insurance should be put in place for further safeguarding of the business.
12. Refund policy: Should circumstances arise after the sign up process and you wish to no longer continue onto the training and final approval/accreditation, a cancellation and refund request can be submitted.
12.1. Your request will be processes provided that:
12.1.1. It is within 90 days from the date payment was made to SASAC.
12.1.2 There has been no access whatsoever to SASAC course material and content.
12.1.3 You have not utilised any SASAC Logo's or material in any form or portrayed to any client or third party that you are a SASAC Vendor for marketing, compliances or for any other means.
12.2. If your cancellation and refund request is approved it will be processed no later than 30 days after submission.
13. All SASAC modules, policies and code of conduct have been compiled in accordance with the following Acts:
- Act No. 43364 Disaster Management Act, 2002: (Act No. 57 of 2002)
- Act No. 43257 COVID-19 Occupational Health and Safety Measures in Workplaces (COVID-19)(C-19 OHS, 2020)
- Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act, 1972 (Act 54 of 1972) (FCD Act),
- Legal Metrology Act, 2014 (Act 09 of 2014), Medicines & Related Substances Act, 1965 (Act 101 of 1965) (Medicines Act).