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									                                                                EASTERN REGION
                                                                   Technology & Quality
Document Classification: Controlled Disclosure

Title:                                                                        Reference:                    TQRRPY007
             Policy to Ensure the Management
             of Quality of Assets Constructed                                 Document Type:                Policy
             and Handed over to Eskom
                                                                              Revision:                     2

                                                                              Effective date:               July 2009

                                                                              Total pages:                  15

                                                                              Revision date:                July 2011


       REVISED BY                       APPROVED BY                   FUNCTIONAL RESP.                       AUTHORISED BY




 .................................   ………………….....                     .................................   ................................
   Neville Booyens                     Riaz Asmal                          Kurt Dedekind                          Prince Moyo
              TEI                         T&Q                                    Network                          Engineering
     Technology &                       Manager                                 Services                             Manager
           Quality                                                              Manager

CONTENTS

1. REVISION INFORMATION................................................................................................ 3

2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.................................................................................................. 4

3. SCOPE .............................................................................................................................. 4
  3.1       PURPOSE ..................................................................................................................... 4
  3.2       APPLICABILITY .............................................................................................................. 5
4. POLICY LAYOUT .............................................................................................................. 5

5. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PROJECT TYPES ............................................. 5
  5.1 HANDOVER REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................... 5
    5.1.1 The Order of Pre and Post Events on the day the Project is to be Handed Over ... 5
    5.1.2 Details to be Contained and Clarified in the Handover Certificate ......................... 6
    5.1.3 Critical Points to note when Testing Networks prior to Handover .......................... 6
    5.1.4 Requirements when Projects are Handed Over with Defects ................................ 6
    5.1.5 Final Completion and Handover of a Project with Several Phases ........................ 7
    5.1.6 Policy on the Usage of Standard Eskom Quality Check Sheets for Reporting
    Quality 8
6. SECTION 1: POLICY ON QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRIFICATION,
   DISTRIBUTION AND REFURBISHMENT PROJECTS ..................................................... 8
  6.1       DOCUMENTS TO BE REFERENCED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS POLICY ............................. 8
  6.2       REQUIREMENTS FOR MV AND LV LINES IN EXCESS OF 200M ............................................ 8
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7. SECTION 2: POLICY ON MINOR WORKS PROJECTS ................................................... 9
  7.1      DOCUMENTS TO BE REFERENCED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS POLICY ............................. 9
  7.2      REQUIREMENTS FOR MV AND LV LINES LESS THAN 200M .............................................. 10
8. SECTION 3: RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITIES OF PROJECT
   RESOURCES .................................................................................................................. 10
  8.1      EXPECTED INTERACTION AMONGST ESKOM AND OUTSOURCED RESOURCES ................... 10
  8.2      CONTRACTS DEPARTMENT .......................................................................................... 11
  8.3      THE CONTRACTOR ...................................................................................................... 11
  8.4      CLERK OF W ORKS ....................................................................................................... 13
  8.5      PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND FIELD SERVICES ............................................................ 13
  8.6      FIELD SERVICES RESPONSIBILITY TO CO-ORDINATE OUTAGES ....................................... 13
  8.7      DD SUBMISSION ......................................................................................................... 14
  8.8      T&Q ........................................................................................................................... 14
  8.9      PLANT ........................................................................................................................ 14
  8.10     TRAINING .................................................................................................................... 14
  8.11     THE PROJECT CO-ORDINATORS ................................................................................... 14
ANNEXURE A – HANDOVER CERTIFICATE ....................................................................... 15

ANNEXURE B- DEFECT NOTIFICATION FORM .................................................................. 17
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1.     REVISION INFORMATION


Date         Revision Clause    Notes

06/02/2006      A     -         Original issue (Ravi Reddy)

02/05/2006      1     -         Comments incorporated (Ravi Reddy)
                           1. Projects were completed and Handovers
                              accepted without regard to remaining defects
                              accepted at the time of Handover. These
                              defects were forgotten projects. This has lead
                              to outstanding defects being as old as three
                              years on some projects. Hence a formal
                              process for Recording, Negotiating time
                              frames with Field Services, Tracking and
                              Clearing outstanding defects accepted at the
                              time of Hand-over became a need and has
                              been included into this policy.

                           2. The flexibility of Handing over projects in
                              phases, MV or LV zones, transformer zones
                              included.
                              The handover certificate incorporated in the
                              policy.

                                The defect notification included in the policy
                                document.

13/07/2009      2               Document updated to latest ER template.

                      -         Updated terminology from reticulation to
                                Distribution.

                      Annex B   Updated to allow sign off from COW .

                                Reni changed to ENS

                                Added minor works COW audit based on
                                project sample basis.

                                Added : For electrification projects a T&Q audit
                                and report needs to be done before handover
                                can be completed. Where T&Q audits a
                                distribution project the audit and report needs
                                to be available before handover is completed.
                                For distribution projects T&Q does a sample
                                audit thus it will not always be necessary to
                                have the T&Q report.
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2.     ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Rob Van Rensburg               Program Management
Mogie Ungen                    Program Management
Dave Christmas                 Field Services
Andre Van der Berg             Field Services
Rob Ferguson                   Network Ops
Raymond Kodi                   Plant
Murray Selkirk                 Program Management
Ajith Persadh                  Technology & Quality




3.     SCOPE

3.1    Purpose

The purpose of this policy is to:

1.     Direct Eskom staff and external contractors on the Quality Management requirements
       for project Handover to be complied with when constructing low and medium voltage
       distribution lines and cable networks.
2.     To ensure that all drawings (Survey, DDs), plant data and customer information are
       captured and documented by the responsible departments.
3.     To ensure that the handover certificate provides assurance that all networks taken over
       are safe to operate and maintain.
4.     To ensure that projects accepted with defects due to uncontrollable circumstances have
       a formal process in place to allow for recording, negotiating and tracking the clearing of
       defects with stake holders such as       Field Services, Project Co-ordinators, Project
       Managers, COW’s and T&Q investigators.

5.     To provide Handover flexibility to cater for projects with a number of phases or
       transformer zones where only a few zones or phases are to be energized at the same
       time. The flexibility would be that :

          Separate MV and LV Handovers shall be issued.

          Handover shall be per phase/zone within project boundaries.
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3.2    Applicability

This Policy shall be applicable to all internal and external Project Managers, Project Engineers
Clerk Of Works, Field Services, Contractors, Plant, T&Q and Customer Services involved in
the construction of new projects.


4.     POLICY LAYOUT

General Requirements          This section discusses all the Handover requirements and
                              clarifies communication required during project Handover and
                              directs on acceptable actions.


Section 1                     This section explains the Handover Policy to be applied in
                              Electrification,   Major   Distribution    and   Refurbishment
                              projects.


Section 2                     This section explains the Handover Policy to be applied in
                              Minor works and Quick response projects. The Handover
                              process for the above project types differ from Electrification
                              Projects. This is due to the turn-around times being significantly
                              shorter.


Section 3                     This section aims to improve understanding of communication
                              protocol and roll clarity amongst Eskom resources and external
                              resources. The clarity will hopefully improve product time frames
                              and reduce delays due to misunderstandings.


5.     GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PROJECT TYPES


5.1    Handover Requirements


5.1.1 The Order of Pre and Post Events on the day the Project is to be Handed Over

The Handover template in Annexure A and B in this document is to be signed for the un-
energized MV, prior to energizing i.e., all inspections and checks to be confirmed in advance,
the timeframes of which are discussed in this document. The Handover is to be signed off and
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then only may isolators be closed. This requirement is for mandatory compliance in the event
of injuries or loss of life after energisation.


5.1.2 Details to be Contained and Clarified in the Handover Certificate

1.      The section of line or transformer zone for which Handover is required shall be clearly
        described in the Handed Over certificate, a sketch to be attached if required.

2.      All Quality Inspection sheets test and customer information (control sheets) shall be
        available prior to the outage and signed off by the Contractor and COW.

3.      When LV networks are to be Handed Over, one copy of the installation certificate
        (COC) is to accompany the handover document.

4.      Any defects left after handover to be recorded in the Defect notification were applicable.


5.1.3 Critical Points to note when Testing Networks prior to Handover

1.      It shall be permissible to acquire separate Handover for “fragmented” MV and LV
        transformer zones or sections provided that zones are clearly described with the aid of
        a drawing on the Handover.

2.      When the MV is Handed Over and the LV is within the same transformer zone but is not
        yet handed over, then the contractor shall remain responsible for all risks within the LV
        network not taken over. The risk shall remain until such time as a separate Handover is
        signed for the LV.

3.      When a section of LV network is temporarily energized for the purpose of testing in
        accordance with EI-087-LVS, the following shall apply

        a)      If there are faults, the network must be disconnected immediately following
                the completion of the testing.

        b)      If there are no faults once the LV testing has been completed and all stake
                holders are in agreement, then the LV network may be left energized.


5.1.4 Requirements when Projects are Handed Over with Defects

1. It shall be permissible via this policy that Contractors Handover projects containing a list of
     not more than ten outstanding defects per project due to circumstances beyond control e.g.
     due to material unavailability. The defects are to be acceptable by all project stakeholders.
     If a defect exists and it is unsure if it is a safety risk then T&Q ,Field Services Engineer and
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     the Senior supervisor is to be consulted. The infrastructure is to remain de-energised until
     field services approve energisation.


2. The pre-requisite conditions shall pertain.
     a) Defects shall be recorded in the “Defect notification form” Annexure B.
     b) The outstanding defects cannot constitute a safety issue, nor can it result in a safety
        issue developing.
     c) The supporting documents and defect clearing timeframes shall be negotiated with
        Field staff and the defects pointed out.
     d) All defects shall be cleared within 30 working days or by the earliest negotiated outage
        beyond 30 days.
     e) Field Services to ensure that the earliest negotiated outages are within three months of
        the Handover date


3. The circumstances giving rise to the defect being un-cleared are to be detailed on the
     Defect Notification form, contained in Annexure B to be supported and accepted by all
     project stake holders.


4. The following information to be completed in the Defect Notification form
            Name of project
            Date of Handover
            Date of the outage when the defect clearing will be done
            Date by when all outstanding defects shall be cleared
            The NCR number lodge with Project manager for the defects.
            Project Manager to supply a list of NCRs to T&Q to monitor and ensure that defects
             are cleared.

5. The Defect Notification shall be attached to the Handover document.


5.1.5 Final Completion and Handover of a Project with Several Phases

1.      On completion of a total project a Completion Certificate (use handover template)
        must be signed by all parties. The completion certificate can only be signed once the
        total project has been constructed, commissioned and energized.

2.      Phased handover will be restricted to a minimum of a transformer zone or line longer
        than 200 meters. No handover can take place for less than a transformer zone or less
        than 200 m of MV line.
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3.    Retention money will be retained on all contractor invoices. Monies shall be used to
      correct all recorded defects as well as defects discovered within the contract retention
      period.


5.1.6 Policy on the Usage of Standard Eskom Quality Check Sheets for Reporting Quality

1.    General
      Lines and cable projects have several design, material, assembly points that are prone
      to workmanship defects. Failure of plant components at these points usually becomes
      difficult to analyze and direct accountability for the person or team responsible for the
      failure is usually impossible without detailed records.


2.    Need for pole-to-pole checks
      This policy as well as the Quality Checklist contained in TQRRP020 will aid in reducing
      human workmanship errors. Should failure occur at any structure, there should be clear
      traceability in terms of resource, accountability and documentary proof that the
      particular structure has been checked by a particular individual.

3.    Requirements of the Quality Checklist
      The Quality Checklists are intended to aid in the quality checking of installations that
      are ready for handover for all electrification, distribution and minor works. The checklists
      are also intended as evidence that installed infrastructure had been checked for
      compliance to Eskom standards

6.    SECTION 1: POLICY ON QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRIFICATION,
      DISTRIBUTION AND REFURBISHMENT PROJECTS

6.1   Documents to be Referenced in Conjunction with this Policy

      a)        Handing    over    documentation:    major/minor     reticulation   electrification
                (SCSASABZ1)
      b)        Quality Management Procedure and checklists for Electrification, Distribution,
                Strengthening, Refurbishment and Minor Works projects (TQRRP020).

6.2   Requirements for MV and LV lines in excess of 200m

1.    The contractor, field services and internal and external COW shall inspect all MV and
      LV lines in excess of 200m in accordance with this policy prior to the agreed outage
      date negotiated with Field Services.
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2.    The quality checklist is to be completed in detail for every structure by the contractor
      and made available to the external and internal COW within sufficient time to allow
      their audits to be done.
3.    The completed quality checklist must be verified by the external and internal COW and
      Field Services at least one day prior to the outage.
4.    The Handover certificate (Annexure A) will be completed and signed on the day of
      the outage.
5.    The Handover certificate will be completed by all the relevant personal and signed
      by the contractor, COW(internal and external) and Field Services.
6.    When the project is energized and handed over, the list of original documents as listed
      below signed by Field Services, internal and external COW as well as contractor must
      be handed to the Project Co-ordinator before any payment are made.

          All Contractor quality checklists
          Contractor Checklists verified by internal and external COW by detailed quality
           inspection
          Signed Handover certificates
          Test certificate
          Installation Certificate and COCs as per EI-087LVS
          Defect notification if applicable. (Annexure B)

7.    All documentation shall be filed at the Program Management offices.
8.    The Project Co-ordinator is accountable for all documentation and verification that
      the above checks are conducted.
9.    T&Q shall execute a sample line and progress audit on all electrification projects and
      the PC shall ensure this is done prior to handover being completed. T&Q does sample
      audits on distribution projects and where applicable the PC shall ensure the audit and
      report is complete before handover is completed.



7.    SECTION 2: POLICY ON MINOR WORKS PROJECTS

7.1   Documents to be Referenced in Conjunction with this Policy

      a)     Handing over documentation: major/minor reticulation electrification
             (SCSASABZ1)
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      b)     Quality Management Procedure and checklists for Electrification, Distribution,
             Strengthening, Refurbishment and Minor Works projects (TQRRP020).


7.2   Requirements for MV and LV Lines less than 200m

1.    Every project less than 200m shall be inspected by the contractor, Field Services and
      verified by the internal or appointed COW where applicable. Note that COW only does
      sample inspections on minor works projects as it is not practical to inspect all projects.
      The Project Co-ordinator to conduct random audits on the job jackets.
2.    The quality checklist is to be completed in detail by the contractor and made available
      to Field Services at least two days before the outage date.
3.    The Handover certificate (Annexure A) will be completed and must always be signed by
      Field Services and the contractor. Where the COW is inspecting a project the COW
      shall sign as well.
4.    The Handover certificate will be completed by all the relevant personal and signed
      by the contractor and Field Services.
5.    When the project is energized and handed over, the list of original documents
      signed by Field Services, as well as contractor must be handed to the Project Co-
      ordinator before any payments are made.

          All Contractor quality checklists
          Detailed quality inspection sheets signed by the contractor and field services
          Signed Handover certificate
          Test certificates
          Project co-ordinators to verify quotations against invoices
          Installation Certificate and COCs as per EI-087LVS
          Defect Notification to the applicable. (Annexure B)

6.    All documentation shall be filed at the Program Management offices.



8.    SECTION 3: RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITIES OF PROJECT
      RESOURCES

8.1   Expected interaction amongst Eskom and outsourced resources
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1.     Project managers and Contractors must notify the relevant TSC of all projects prior to
       commencement of any work including minor works and refurbishment to be done in
       within a TSC area.

2.     All problems that relate to contractors deviating from Eskom design or safety standards
       need to be reported to the relevant Project Manager.

3.     Contractors are only to take instruction via Site Instructions.

4.     Field Services may instruct a contractor that contravenes any of the HV Regulations to
       cease working but must inform the Project Manager within an hour of such a stoppage.

5.      NCR’s issued to contractors must be addressed directly with the relevant Project
       Manager or authorized COW. NCR’s are to be sent to the T&Q Quality Assurance
       resource.

6.     All defects need to be cleared prior to the outage.. All defects not cleared are to follow
       the requirement for handover with defects as detailed above.

7.     All Work Permits that are issued must clearly indicate the workplace it refers to. A
       sketch or drawing can be issued highlighting the workplace concerned. A highlighted
       drawing can form part of “permission in writing".

8.     Where applicable, designers, field services and project management shall ensure that
       for work being done, they will be responsible to determine if a tie-in point is live line
       friendly.

9.     Contractors are not to investigate if a line is “live line friendly.” this function is Field
       Services live line team’s responsibility. Designers need to liase with Field Services to
       establish live line requirements and incorporate such requirements as part of the
       design.


8.2    Contracts Department

The Contracts Manager shall ensure that all Consultants, Contractors and Contract Clerk of
works are fully conversant and aware of this Policy, the IARC standard SCSASABZ1 and the
Quality Checking Procedure, TQRRPO20 and instruct on the use of these documents

8.3    The Contractor

The contractor is responsible to supply the following detailed information.

1.     Name plate details of asset e.g. transformers, breakers, etc
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              Transformer serial number
              Year of manufacturer

2.     Completed Quality Checklists per structure, pole-to-pole.
3.     For meter changes, the final meter reading
4.     Installation certificates and COC’s as per EI-087-LVS
5.     Test certificates.


The contractor shall ensure completion of the Quality Checklists contained in the annexures
of TQRRP020 as well as the asset and customer information contained in SCSASABZ1. These
documents must be completed as construction is completed and inspected. The completed
checklist must be filled in date order and the transformer numbers begin ascending order and
for lines or feeders in structure numbers radiating from the transformers outward. A file
containing the completed quality checklists shall be used as a Hold Point for inspection prior
to any Eskom outage for Hand-over or random quality inspections.
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8.4    Clerk of Works


The Clerk of Works or Field Services representative shall refuse to accept Handover of any
work completed within reason if:

      No detailed quality checklists are presented in the format stipulated in TQRRP020
      Checklists are incorrectly completed and or incomplete
      The relevant annexures containing plant and customer information are incomplete
      The checklists have been completed in the office rather than on site
      The checklist are not reflective of the quality of work (this was verified by random
       checks) in the field
      The checklist must be accompanied by a proposed Defect Notification for projects
       having defects. Complete on form in Annexure B.

Although it is common practice for Minor Works contractors and Field Services to have the
quality inspection done on the day of the outage, it is not advisable. The contractors shall have
the Quality Checklist completed two days prior to the outage date or where agreed with Field
Services, on the date stipulated by Field Services. The COW will do sample inspections and for
these projects the checklist must be accepted and signed off by the authorized Clerk of Works.
The COW’s findings must be substantiated by using the contractor’s checklist and marking
these with a different colour pen and supplying supporting photos were possible.


8.5    Program Management and Field Services

Managers of the above departments shall ensure that all internal COW, field services staff
taking over projects and construction staff are fully conversant and aware of this policy, the
IARC standard SCSASABZ1 and the Quality Checking Procedure, TQRRP020. The above
managers are to ensure that this policy be used to ensure quality is achieved on all projects.

8.6    Field Services Responsibility to Co-ordinate Outages

Field Services will ensure that MV outages are booked 35 days ahead of the desired outage or
energizing date required by the contractor. For minor works projects an outage date is the be
determined by the contractor and field services.
The exception to the above 35 day rule will apply in the cases were only a single “T”-off
transformer is added to the network. MV outages booked for single “T”-offs by contractors are
to be booked 7 days ahead of the desired outage or energizing date required by the contractor.
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8.7    DD Submission

. To energise new infrastructure or changes to existing infrastructure single line diagrams are
used by control and field services. The ENS process is to be followed to accomplish this. The
responsible person verifying single line diagrams needs to accept a project as being handed
over to Network Services. This is to be done by completing and signing the “Handed over to
Network Services” in Annexure A.

8.8    T&Q

Shall ensure that this policy document is effectively rolled out and implemented. T&Q shall also
ensure that audits are carried out to ensure that the policy is being implemented and filed
correctly in project jackets. T&Q to use the contractors completed quality check sheets when
conducting audits and comment on the completion of these sheets. T&Q to execute sample
line and progress audits on projects where applicable before handover is to be completed.

8.9    Plant

The Plant department will ensure that SCSASABZ1 contain adequate templates for asset
information of all pertinent plant information that must be captured in Maximo.

8.10   Training

The Training department shall ensure that there is a practical and comprehensive course
available that will train Clerk of Works and Contractors on using the above documents to
achieve improved quality.


8.11   The Project Co-ordinators

The Project Coordinators shall randomly on a monthly basis select various projects and
interrogate the COW’s random checklist as well as the detailed checklists to satisfy
himself/herself that the checks are taking place. The general recommended sample size shall
be stipulated by Program Management. The Project Co-ordinator to ensure that every jacket
that is completed shall contain the original copy of the checklist filed with the relevant
signatures.
                                                    Annexure A – Handover Certificate
                                        M AJOR/MINOR RETICULATION AND ELECTRIFICATION PROJECTS
                                                   Handover Certificate for Projects > 200m
                                  Project Title:
                                  Project No:



FEEDER NAME:                                                                 POLE/TRANSFORMER NO:
SCHEDULED OUTAGE DATE:


                     CONTRACTORS HANDOVER TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT
                     Contractor: I hereb y confirm that the project was constructed as per ESKOM’s Contract requirements
                     and all the quality checklist and tests were complete as per TQRRPY007 and TQRRP020 and is
                     available in the form of attachments to this Hand-over. I also acknowledge that the Handover process
                     is only complete once the main link is closed and the new network is energized.
                     Note: Please tick in the appropriate blocks if your company has complied. Comment in the space
                     below if any of the above blocks have crosses.
Contractor




                     Comments: __________________________________________________________________________


                                                    Built as per            Submitted
                      Build as per                   Project                all Quality             Project
                     survey drawing                 Engineers               checklists             Energised
                                                      Design                  & tests



                                Contractor                         Name             Date               Signature


                     QUALITY ASSESSED BY CLERK OF WORKS AND ACCEPTED BY SITE INSPECTION:
Project Management




                          Contract Clerk of Works                  Name            Date                Signature



                          Eskom Clerk of Works                     Name            Date                Signature
                     QUALITY REPORT FROM CLERK OF WORKS ASSESSED BY PC AND ACCEPTED, T&Q AUDIT AND
                     REPORT DONE(WHERE APPLICABLE):


                           Area PC/Consultant                      Name            Date                Signature


                     QUALITY ASSESSED BY TSC ACCEPTED BY:
Field Services




                              Field Services                       Name            Date                Signature
                     ACCEPTED BY FIELD SERVICES FOR MAINTENANCE AND COMMERCIAL OPERATION:


                                TSO/WCO                            Name            Date                Signature
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                   PROJECT HANDED OVER TO NETWORK SERVICES:
Network Services




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                   ADDITIONAL SIGNATURES (Can be signed after the Plant is handed over)
                           ENS updated                                  DD’s updated
                         Project Engineer                Name               Date           Signature


                             Survey                      Name               Date           Signature
                                      Annexure B- Defect notification form

                                             List of Outstanding Items / Defects
                       Issued as an addendum to the HANDOVER CERTIFICATE in respect of :



Name of Project :

Contract No. :

Contractor :

Date of Hand-over :


Date of planned outage when the defect clearing will be done :
Date by when all outstanding defects shall be cleared :
The NCR number lodge with Project manager for the defects :


        Description of Outstanding Items:
                                                                           To be done by          Completed
  No.                                 Item
                                                                                 (Date)              Date
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
   10


Signed on behalf of ESKOM Eastern Region ___________________________________________________
                                                              COW /Field Services


I, ____________________________________________ hereby agree that the items / defects itemized on the above list
shall be completed by the dates noted, failing which the Employer shall access the cost of having the item / defect
corrected by other Contracting Companies and the Contractor shall be liable to pay this amount.


Signed on behalf of ______________________________________________________________
                                             Contracts or / Site Agent




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