In the wake of COVID-19 restrictions, Weld Australia has developed a new procedure to carry out welding inspection and supervision services, as well as qualification of welding procedures and personnel—remotely.
The procedure has been developed in accordance with IAF (International Accreditation Forum) guidelines. All services are carried out with the cooperation of a competent person on-site, utilising videoconferencing and video recording for record keeping purposes.
If you need help with remote welding inspection, supervision or qualification services—we’re here to help. All you need do is contact Paolo Corronca (National Manager Engineering, Weld Australia) on 0438 012 099 or email@example.com.
Weld Australia is Australia’s leading authority in welding compliance, quality management, risk assessment, procedures and qualification.
By taking advantage of Weld Australia’s consulting services, you will have access to the peak industry body in Australia’s welding industry. This will provide your commercial enterprise with access to our expert advisory services, delivered by highly qualified welding engineers and materials specialists.
With expertise in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing to composites, we have a unique capability to solve your joining problems. Our advice can help you substantially increase the operational life of your plant and equipment, and reduce your maintenance and repair overheads.
Each member of the Weld Australia advisory team is an International Welding Engineer (IWE). This qualification, issued by the International Institute of Welding, is the highest post-graduate professional welding qualification available.
All IWEs have advanced knowledge and critical understanding of welding technology and are able to: