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The Best Practice Way Of Setting Up A Nondestructive Testing Program

Sep 1st 2015 at 4:05 AM

If you’re setting up a new nondestructive testing program for your company, there are a few things you need to know. Please be advised that this is a particularly complex, and sometimes tricky, process.

Let’s start with the basics:

•    It is critically important to manage each element of nondestructive testing according to the strict formal requirements of both industry best practice and statutory compliance. One of the most common, and most avoidable, problems encountered in nondestructive testing is that corporate management is simply not familiar with the critical requirements of the testing processes.

•    Nondestructive testing is a formal process. In order for nondestructive testing to carry any legal or commercial weight, testing must be carried out according to well-established guidelines, complete with fully compliant formal documentation.

•    Technicians carrying out nondestructive testing must be formally qualified. If not, the testing processes are essentially invalidated, even if competently carried out.

•    It is very strongly recommended that when setting up your nondestructive testing program that independent consultants are engaged. This is to ensure the process is carried out correctly and in accordance with industry and statutory standards.

•    Best practice is to conduct a formal audit of testing documentation. This is actually an ongoing requirement, but at the setup stage, it is also very strongly advised to ensure that your basic documentation is properly set up.

If you have somehow received the impression that setting up a nondestructive testing program can include a pretty credible supply of bear traps, you’re quite right. The two most problematic issues for management are practical issues – Information quality, and compliance. The formal documentation process is also the best way to ensure the best information quality standards regarding testing are enforced, and that all compliance requirements are met.

If you’re looking for some help with your NDT testing, there’s a company called Larson NDT Level III Services and Training LLC, based in Virginia which can do it all for you.They provideNDT training, expert assistance, consultation services, and they can help with auditing processes.They’re generally regarded as the best one stop full service provider in the industry.

For more information and full details of their services, which are virtual blueprint for everything you need to set up a nondestructive testing program, see their website here athttp://larsonndeservices.com/.

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The Best Practice Way Of Setting Up A Nondestructive Testing Program

Sep 4th 2015 at 1:52 AM

If you’re setting up a new nondestructive testing program for your company, there are a few things you need to know. Please be advised that this is a particularly complex, and sometimes tricky, process.

Let’s start with the basics:

•    It is critically important to manage each element of nondestructive testing according to the strict formal requirements of both industry best practice and statutory compliance. One of the most common, and most avoidable, problems encountered in nondestructive testing is that corporate management is simply not familiar with the critical requirements of the testing processes.

•    Nondestructive testing is a formal process. In order for nondestructive testing to carry any legal or commercial weight, testing must be carried out according to well-established guidelines, complete with fully compliant formal documentation.

•    Technicians carrying out nondestructive testing must be formally qualified. If not, the testing processes are essentially invalidated, even if competently carried out.

•    It is very strongly recommended that when setting up your nondestructive testing program that independent consultants are engaged. This is to ensure the process is carried out correctly and in accordance with industry and statutory standards.

•    Best practice is to conduct a formal audit of testing documentation. This is actually an ongoing requirement, but at the setup stage, it is also very strongly advised to ensure that your basic documentation is properly set up.

If you have somehow received the impression that setting up a nondestructive testing program can include a pretty credible supply of bear traps, you’re quite right. The two most problematic issues for management are practical issues – Information quality, and compliance. The formal documentation process is also the best way to ensure the best information quality standards regarding testing are enforced, and that all compliance requirements are met.

If you’re looking for some help with your NDT testing, there’s a company called Larson NDT Level III Services and Training LLC, based in Virginia which can do it all for you.They provideNDT training, expert assistance, consultation services, and they can help with auditing processes.They’re generally regarded as the best one stop full service provider in the industry.

For more information and full details of their services, which are virtual blueprint for everything you need to set up a nondestructive testing program, see their website here athttp://larsonndeservices.com/.

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