Third Party Inspection represents any inspection required to have an independent third party (not the manufacturer or customer) witness, review, or inspect an action or item. These inspections can be as simple as reviewing a document for completeness to as complicated as performing inspections throughout the fabrication of an entire boiler or plant.
Pressure equipment is generally built to a specific requirement or code of construction, such as ASME. These requirements generally have established standards for conducting inspections throughout the design and fabrication process.
Third Party Inspection can be incorporated into these standards as a way for the end-user or customer to monitor the actions taken by the manufacturer. Third-party inspections can also be used to monitor different steps in the fabrication process that are not actually required by a code of construction or standard, but are still a concern for the end-user or customer and can be incorporated into the process by an inspection test plan.
Join this webinar to gain a general understanding of Third Party Inspection of pressure equipment, and how HSB can help. Inspection test plans can be very complex or very simple, and HSB has developed levels that cover a wide range of requirements to make it easier for our customers to determine what level of detail they desire.
- Gain a general understanding of Third Party Inspection options for pressure equipment
- Understand the different levels of inspections and how they can benefit them
- Discover that there are different levels of Third Party Inspection and how HSB can help you define the level you may need
Allen has extensive experience in third-party inspection. He is an experienced Authorized Inspector and an Authorized Nuclear Inspector. His experience includes pressure equipment inspections to ASME Code, Pressure Equipment Directive, International codes including Singapore MOM, Malaysia DOSH, and third-party inspections to customer specifications.