ILLUSTRATIVE WAGE CALCULATOR

An employer shall not require or permit an employee to work more ordinary hours of work than provided for from the date of implementation of this determination
(a) a security officer, -
  (i) 48 in any week; and
  (ii) subject to sub-paragraph (i) 12 hours on any day.
(b) Any other category of employee; -
  (i) 45 in any week; and
  (ii) subject to subparagraph (i), in the case of an employee who normally works on -
  (aa) not more than five days in a week, nine (9) on any day; and
  (ab) more than five days in a week, eight (8) on any day.

Despite sub clause (1), the ordinary hours of work and overtime of an employee may be averaged over a period of up to four months, in terms of a written agreement.
(a) An employer may not require or permit an employee who is a security officer to work more than -
  (i) an average of 48 ordinary hours of work in a week over the agreed period; and
  (ii) an average of ten hours overtime in a week over the agreed period .
(b) Any employee whose hours are averaged in terms hereof must be paid at the premium hourly rate in respect of all work performed on a Sunday or public holiday, as per clauses 7 and 8.
(c) Any employee whose hours are averaged in terms hereof will still take, and the employer shall grant, a weekly free period of at least 36 hours or a fortnightly free period of at least 60 hours in terms of sub clause (10).