All items of the plumbing works that do not comply with the plumbing installation must be written on the non-compliance notice. Further to this, the notice must be clear and understandable and detailed in such a way that the consumer is made aware of the […]
Visit the PIRB’s website www.pirb.co.za, click “Plumber Login” and enter your username (your email address) and password.
Visit the PIRB’s website to download the renewal form (and send it to email@example.com) if your details have changed, otherwise please check your plumber’s profile to see your invoice. Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updating of certain registrations details can be done directly on your PIRB online profile.
A plumber can add to their personal development and expertise by specialising. To obtain a PIRB specialisation a plumber must undergo the necessary approved and accredited training and then undergo the relevant PIRB specialisation assessment.
Due to the high number of misrepresented certificates received by the PIRB, verification of certificates is required. This verification is done by a third party.
Previously the PIRB yearly registration fee included a physical card and the postage thereof. As a result of plumbers not wishing to have a physical card and rather just using the electronic card, the PIRB decided to remove this fee from the yearly registration fee. […]
Late renewals result in additional administrative work and costs. This allows for the PIRB to recover these costs.
A plumber who does not re-register will become inactive with the PIRB until they renew their registration. Inactive licensed plumbers will not be able to obtain or issues the PIRB certificates of compliance. Late registration may also result in administration penalty fees being charged.
As an example, if your registration cycle is July to June and you renew two months late in August, your registration date will remain July to June and will not change to an August to July cycle.