Scotia Inspection Consultant has successfully achieved extension of the following Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) scope in accordance with the requirements of AS/NZS ISO/IEC 17025:
 
6.50 Ultrasonic examination of materials
.99 Product-specific ultrasonic technique capability, specified as follows
Ultrasonic examination of tubular drill pipe in accordance with facility procedure number
SIC-WI-033
6.51 Ultrasonic thickness testing
.01 Material thickness - spot or grid measurements only
6.61 Magnetic particle testing
.01 Magnetic flow method - AC magnetization
.03 Coil method
6.71 Penetrant testing
.01 Water washable method
.02 Solvent removable method
6.81 Electromagnetic examination of materials
.11 Surface flaw detection using high frequency eddy current
on structural welds on lifting containers and baskets in accordance with facility procedure
SIC-WI-36
 
Scotia is also accredited in accordance with the requirements of AS/NZS ISO/IEC 17020 (2000) as Type A Inspection Body:
 
2.02 Lifting and lifted equipment
In-service inspection comprising structural and operational integrity (excluding associated electrics, electronics, hydraulics and/or pneumatics)
.01 Lifting devices
Code(s): In-house procedures covering relevant Australian Standards
Lifting devices including lever hoists, serial hoists, chain blocks, sheave blocks, winches, forklift jibs, lifting beams and spreader beams
.02 Lifted equipment
Code(s): In-house procedures and similar industry specifications
Lifted equipment and associated rigging including certified offshore containers and forklift man cages
.03 Rigging
Code(s): In-house procedures covering relevant Australian Standards
Rigging including chain slings, synthetic flat webbing, synthetic round slings, wire rope slings
.04 Rigging Components
Code(s): In-house procedures covering relevant Australian Standards
Rigging components such as rigging screws, turnbuckles, shackles, plate clamps, rings, oblong links, wire rope grips and other terminal devices and attachments
.06 Cranes components
Code(s): In-house procedures covering relevant Australian Standards
Crane components limited to wire ropes, chains, webbing, sheaves, drums, hook blocks and other terminal fittings
 
 
With this NATA’s official and formal approval, Scotia can fully endorse reports for the approved scope above.