About Us

HAJ SNYMAN  T/A  VUGA SALES & SERVICES  / Sole Trader

Translated our Iso Zulu name means “Wake-Up!”  We are a small growing business located in Pretoria since February 2006, focussing on both domestic and industrial maintenance.
Dedicated to deliver our services with complete customer satisfaction and guarantee getting the job done right the first time.

Vision and mission:  The name says it all:  “a Wakeup call to introduce a new level of professionalism”.

We VALUE the
      Ultimate
      Guarantee
of   Attention!

Relevant History:
We are familiar with different brands of pumps: we have serviced and installed these pumps at various sewerage works over the last 7 years.
Gorman Rupp: from type T3 up to T10 & Pioneer / KSB: all types / Mono & Orbit: all types / etc

Testimonials:
We depend on repeat business and positive word -of -mouth  referrals. As a result our focus is on establishing a long term relationship with our customers
Based on demonstrated value, trust and mutual respects. Proud to say for the last 7 years, City of Tshwane (Waste water department) is one of our valued
Clients, via contracts and tenders. Through the years we have proven the ability to deliver total customer satisfaction!

References:
Please contact the following contact persons as references:
ABEL STOLTZ   / CORRIE SNYMAN  / TOMMIE KNOETZE / PHILEMON  / SETH MOREMONG / MOSSIE MOSTERD / RAYMOND PASHWANA / LETTIE MAHLANGU
RIAN BOSHOFF / WILLIE ELS

Our Team:
We still form a mean team even though we fall under the “sole trade group”
Director: Hendrik AJ Snyman
Admin: Melanie Steenkamp
Our Team: Phillemon / Lionel / Eliphas / Ryan / Jeffrey / Leon

BEE:  B-BBEE PROCUREMENT LEVEL: 4  / CONTRIBUTION LEVEL:  100%

Vendor nr: 3642

Department of Labour:  (Compensation Fund: 990000390163)  / In Good Standing

VAT  nr: 4650227079

PAYE nr: 7010762922

SDL nr: L010762922

UIF nr: U010762922

We believe in General Safety Requirements Policy:   All Teams
All of our safety rules must be obeyed. Failure to do so will result in strict disciplinary action being taken.

  1. Head protection will be worn on job sites at all times by all teams when necessary.
  2. Eye protection will be worn when there are potentials of hazards from flying objects or particles, chemicals, arcing, glare, or dust.
  3. Protective footwear shall be worn to protect from falling objects, chemicals, or stepping on sharp objects. Athletic or canvas-type shoes shall not be worn.
  4. Protective gloves or clothing shall be worn when required to protect against a hazard.
  5. Harnesses and lanyards shall be utilized for fall protection as required according Safety Standards.
  6. Keep your mind on your work at all times. No horseplay on the job. Injury or removal from the job site or both can be the result.
  7. Precautions are necessary to prevent sunburn and to protect against burns from hot materials.
  8. If any part of your body should come in contact with an acid or caustic substance, rush to the nearest clean water available and flush the affected part. Secure medical aid immediately.
  9. The use of illegal drugs or alcohol or being under the influence of the same on the project shall be cause for termination. Inform your team leader if taking strong prescription drugs that warn against driving or using machinery.
  10. Do not distract the attention of fellow workers. Do not engage in any act which would endanger another employee.
  11. Sanitation facilities have been or will be provided for your use. Defacing or damaging these facilities is forbidden.
  12. A good job is a clean job, and a clean job is the start of a safe job. So keep your working area free from rubbish and debris.
  13. Do not use a compressor to blow dust or dirt from your clothes, hair, or hands.
  14. Never work aloft if you are afraid to do so, if you are subject to dizzy spells, or if you are apt to be nervous or sick.
  15. Never move an injured person unless it is absolutely necessary. Further injury may result. Keep the injured as comfortable as possible and utilize job site first-aid equipment until an ambulance arrives.
  16. Know where fire fighting equipment is located and be trained on how to use it.
  17. Lift correctly – with legs, not the back. If the load is too heavy GET HELP. Stay fit. Control your weight. Do stretching exercises. Approximately twenty percent of all outdoor related injuries result from lifting materials.
  18. Nobody but the team leader shall be allowed to ride on equipment unless proper seating is provided.
  19. Do not use power tools and equipment until you have been properly instructed in the safe work methods and become authorized to use them.
  20. Be sure that all guards are in place. Do not remove, displace, damage, or destroy any safety device or safeguard furnished or provided for use on the job, nor interfere with the use thereof.
  21. Do not enter an area which has been barricaded.
  22. If you must work around power shovels, front loaders, and tractors, make sure operators can always see you. Barricades are required for cranes.
  23. Never oil, lubricates, or fuel equipment while it is running or in motion.
  24. Before servicing, repairing, or adjusting any powered tool or piece of equipment, disconnect it, lock out the source of power, and tag it out.
  25. Trenches over five feet deep must be shored or sloped as required. Keep out of trenches or cuts that have not been properly shored or sloped. Excavated or other material shall not be stored nearer than two feet from the edge of the excavation. Excavations less than 5 ft may also require cave in protection in some instances.
  26. Use the “four and one” rule when using a ladder. One foot of base for every four feet of height.
  27. Portable ladders in use shall be equipped with safety feet unless ladder is tied, blocked or otherwise secured. Step ladders shall not be used as a straight ladder. Ladders must extend three feet above landing on roof for proper use.
  28. Defective ladders must be properly tagged and removed from service.
  29. Keep ladder bases free of debris, hoses, wires, materials, etc.
  30. Build scaffolds according to manufacturers’ recommendations
  31. Scaffold planks shall be properly lapped, cleated or otherwise secured to prevent shifting.
  32. Use only extension cords of the three-prong type. Use ground fault circuit interrupters at all times and when using tools in wet atmosphere (e.g. outdoors) or with any temporary power supply. Check the electrical grounding system daily.
  33. The use of harnesses with safety lines when working from unprotected high places is mandatory. Always keep your line as tight as possible.
  34. Never throw anything “overboard.” Someone passing below may be seriously injured.
  35. Know what emergency procedures have been established for your job site. (Location of emergency phone, first aid kit, stretcher location, fire extinguisher locations, evacuation plan, etc.)
  36. Never enter a manhole, well, shaft, tunnel or other confined space which could possibly have a nonrespirable atmosphere because of lack of oxygen, or presence of toxic or flammable gas, or has a possibility of engulfment by solids or liquids. Make certain a qualified person tests the confined area with an appropriate detector before entry, that the necessary safety equipment is worn. Standby person may be required to be stationed at the entrance.