Monthly Archives: August 2016

SAMBRA Members: Have your say in the Member Chat

Reading Time: 2 minutesDID YOU KNOW: SAMBRA members have access to a Member Chat forum within the Member Zone, where you can chat about issues affecting your business or the industry in general? From technical questions to bouncing off ideas – this Member Chat forum is here to serve you! Log in today and start to talk to your fellow members.

Advertise Your Pre-Owned Equipment On The SAMBRA Directory

Reading Time: 2 minutesOften, the one thing that stands between your panel shop and a successful grading exercise is having the correct equipment. Buying brand new equipment can be a costly exercise, especially when your business is new. At the same time, there are panel shops in South Africa who regularly upgrade their equipment. Now you can use the SAMBRA Directory to advertise your pre-owned equipment in a few easy steps!

Wage Negotiations 2016 – Update

Reading Time: 1 minuteWage negotiations continue this week with a CCMA-facilitated mediation meeting on Friday, 26 August 2016. We will keep you updated on the outcome.

SA Festival of Motoring

Reading Time: 1 minuteDescribed as “A celebration of the Automotive Industry”, the SA Festival of Motoring is your hub of all things motoring. Taking place from 31 August to 4 September, in Kyalami, there is something for the whole family to enjoy.

Featured Member: Royal Auto Body, Polokwane

Reading Time: 1 minuteA well thought our repair process means that Royal Auto Body, Polokwane, ensures the highest quality of workmanship, panel beating and motor body repair for your vehicle.

Pedestrian Safety in South Africa

Reading Time: 2 minutesWhy are pedestrian road deaths so high in South Africa? Several contributing factors can be identified, not least of which is a lack of education.

MEMBER REMINDER: Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Alert

Reading Time: 1 minuteReminder to ensure that your staff adhere to occupational health and safety regulation, i.e. the usage of masks by preparation staff and spray painters, grinding goggles, masks and welding aprons and ensure that leather gloves are also available.