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PED and NDT / Certification

PED and NDT / Certification

PED and NDT / Certification

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We have been asked by a customer why an EN 473 approved personnel certificate is missing a PED stamp.

Is this a requirement as I thought if it was EN473 approved then they can work in the given categories such as weld inspection of a PED pressure vessel?

Also what other changes must be made to NDT accoring to PED?

Is there any good articles regarding PED and NDT only?

RE: PED and NDT / Certification

Hi HouseHark

Here are a couple of links to paers detailing the route for NDT certificate approval:

http://www.ndt.net/apcndt2001/papers/1165/1165.htm
http://www.cswip.com/pdfs/cswip-ped201.pdf.

I hope they are useful

I believe the EN 473 certificate has to be assessed for adequacy to perform the task as documented in the controlling approved procedure.

Regards

Nigel Armstrong
Lloyds Register
Independent Verification Body Surveyor
 

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