Exceptional, professional service in Non-Destructive Testing, Welding Procedure Qualification Testing, including PE(S)R & PED; Welder Qualification Testing; Material Evaluation and Mechanical Testing. With nearly 50 years experience offering Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and allied inspection services, we deliver extremely high quality services to a broad range of industries and cover all forms of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), Mechanical Testing, Material Evaluation, Welding Procedure Tests; Welder Qualification Tests, Storage Tank Surveys; Pipework Surveys and Ultrasonic Thickness Measurements to Hull Structures. Ultramag holds UKAS Accreditation to ISO 17020 and is a member of the British Institute of Non Destructive Testing, Service Inspection Group, International Society of Condition Monitoring and the Engineering Equipment and Material Users’ Association.
Suitable for: Welders, operators, line inspectors and foremen who undertake visual examination of welded joints; quality control staff associated with welding; all staff who need basic training in welding inspection coupled with a qualification in this field.
The CSWIP Welding Inspector course is designed for inspection engineers and supervisory staff. A minimum of 3 years welding inspection experience related to specific duties and responsibilities under qualified supervision, independently verified, or CSWIP Visual Welding Inspector for a minimum of 2 years with job responsibilities within specific areas, or CSWIP Welding Instructor or CSWIP Welding Foreman/Supervisor for a minimum of one year.
This course will teach you about the welded joint, terminology, steps for successful design, and features of welding processes. You will also learn about edge preparations, weld symbols, residual stress and distortion, defects, weldability, and the strength of welded joints.
BRS certification should be held by any person who is practising industrial radiography and is at one of two levels of competence in radiation safety, which the PCN Scheme recognises.
At the working level the appointed RPS has direct responsibility to the employer for ensuring that: The work with ionising radiations is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the IRR17, and the local rules are observed. To achieve the above the RPS will be required to: Liaise with both management and the RPA Supervise the radiological protection aspects of the work, and Recognise the need to seek further advice in certain situations.
The PCN Scheme is maintained by BINDT and is accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) to provide independent evidence that PCN satisfies the requirements of relevant British, European and international standards.
Established for over 50 years the Certification Scheme for Personnel (CSWIP), is a world leader in personnel competence assurance certification.
EN4179:2017 defines the minimum training and certification requirements for personnel working in the European aerospace sector.
NAS410 "Certification" is a written statement by an employer that an individual has met the applicable requirements of this standard.
Non-destructive testing — Qualification and certification of NDT personnel.
The American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. or ASNT is a technical society for nondestructive testing professionals.
SNT-TC-1A: Personnel Qualification and Certification in Nondestructive Testing provides guidelines for employers to establish in-house certification programs for the qualification and certification of nondestructive testing personnel.
This code covers the requirements associated with welding sheet steel having a minimum specified yield point no greater than 80 ksi
BS 4872 applies to a wide range of general fabrication work where an approved welding procedure test is not required.
ISO 9001 is defined as the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS).
The British Standards Institution (BSI) is a service organization that produces standards across a wide variety of industry sectors.
ISO 14001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS)
General Criteria for the Operation of Various Types of Bodies Performing Inspection
The first objective of RINA Rules for the classification of ships is ensuring that vessels are maintained and operated in such a way to minimize the risks to life, environment and property