What we do best
We do everything an in-house team can do, just with none of the waste.
We are here to support, advise, add value to your business, maximise the results of in-house team, and bring in any additional support you might need.
Whether you need a long-term partner or help with a one-off project, our team have got you covered.
We develope and implement your company's management system according to following standards:
Responsibilities of the welding coordinator according to EVS-EN 1090-1, EVS-EN 1090-2, EVS-EN 1090-3 and EVS-EN ISO 3834 according to EVS-EN ISO 14731.
Coordination of welding work on the work site
Organizing the certification of welders and welding procedures and determining the scope of certification
Preparation of instructional materials and WPS
Preparation for certification of welding procedures and welders according to standards:
EN ISO 15614 - Specification and certification of welding procedures for metallic materials
EN ISO 9606-1 - Qualification test for welders. Fusion welding. Part 1: Steels
EN ISO 9606-2 - Qualification test for welders. Fusion welding. Part 2: Aluminum and aluminum alloys etc.
Is it difficult to find time to conduct an effective internal audit besides your everyday work? The solution is to use an external auditor.
We conduct internal audits according to standards:
EN ISO 9001 – Quality management systems
EN ISO 14001 – Environmental management systems
ISO 45001 – Occupational health and safety management systems (formerly OHSAS 18001)
EN ISO 3834 – Welding quality requirements for fusion welding of metals
EN 1090 – Manufacture of steel and aluminum structures
EN 15085 - Railway applications. Welding of railway rolling stock and rolling stock parts
Visual testing at VT-2 level according to EVS-EN ISO 17637.
Magnetic particle testing at MT-2 level (testing with magnetic powder) according to EVS-EN ISO 17638.
Our specialists are certified according to EVS-EN ISO 9712 and have VT-2 and MT-2 certificates."