Inspector Eish

Inspector Eish | SAFETY

When last did you check your extension cord for any protruding wires or damage?

Inspector Eish | SAFETY

Does your respirator still work and is it clean?

Inspector Eish | SAFETY

How secure are the latches of your 4.5kg Test Weight/V1 Block box?

Inspector Eish | SAFETY

How familiar are you with the hazards of working in confined spaces?

Inspector Eish | SAFETY

Do you know where your penetrant wash water is going to end up?

Inspector Eish | NDT LEVEL 3's

Do you know who your appointed company Level 3 is?

Inspector Eish | NDT LEVEL 3's

Have you ever met your appointed company Level 3?

Inspector Eish | NDT LEVEL 3's

Have you ever worked with your appointed company Level 3?

Inspector Eish | NDT LEVEL 3's

Have you ever drawn up a new procedure or technique for your appointed company Level 3 to review and approve?

Inspector Eish | NDT LEVEL 3's

Do see your appointed company Level 3 as a mentor figure?

Inspector Eish | BORESCOPE INSPECTION

Know the limitations of the inspection unit, manoeuvrability of the camera head, access and retrieval methods, light levels, method of recording, monochrome or colour, product in pipeline.

Inspector Eish | BORESCOPE INSPECTION

Ensure that the machine’s battery is charged and that you take a battery charger or spare battery and an extension cord with you to site.

Inspector Eish | BORESCOPE INSPECTION

Try to scrounge test pieces with in-service defects from your clients. These are of great assistance when describing to your customer what you see and then comparing the images with the test pieces.

Inspector Eish | BORESCOPE INSPECTION

Acquire info from the client as to exactly what he wants you to look for and report on. Arriving on site and not being able to do the job is not exactly conducive to getting repeat work.

Inspector Eish | BORESCOPE INSPECTION

How are you going to identify and mark the component, pipeline, tank, turbine etc.? Drawings help. Be methodical especially when you could be called out at a later stage to check repairs.