Ripblast, is proud to have invested in achieving the highest standards in project and environmental management, health & safety, staff training and inspection & testing. Clients can rest assured in the knowledge that whatever work is being carried out on their behalf, its progress is monitored to the highest professional care and standards.
NACE: Level 3 – Advanced Inspection & Testing
NACE, is the internationally recognised standard for the inspection of both destructive and non-destructive testing of liquid and non-liquid coatings applied to any substrate. Jamie Reynolds, Ripblast’s full time, NACE level 3 – Advanced Inspector, is a vital team member with over fifteen years industry experience, Jamie, is committed to personally monitoring the progress of each project to achieve the best results.
Shell Approved Coatings Specialist
Ripblast, are proud to be appointed, approved coating specialists, for Shell’s onshore and offshore projects. In 2014, we were successfully audited by Shell QC/QA inspectors, covering health & safety, in house management, plant, production, quality control and testing.
TSSEA: Thermal Spraying & Surface Engineering Association
The Thermal Spraying and Surface Engineering Association are a UK-based organisation whose aims are to promote the use and development of thermal spraying and other surfacing technologies wherever they may be appropriate.
ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System
Most of the international standards begin with the letters “ISO”, the acronym for the “International Organisation for Standardisation.” This worldwide federation of 110 national standards bodies works to promote the growth of manufacturing, trade and communication among business operations worldwide, through the development of generic quality standards.
ISO 9001 is one of the most recognised standards with over 1.1 million certificates issued globally. The 2018 revision, ensures the standard continues to help organisations streamline management processes, maintain efficiency and increase productivity.
ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management System
Like ISO 9001, ISO 14001 is a product of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). ISO 14001 is the world’s first generic, internationally recognised standard for environmental management. Of the group of ISO 14000 standards, ISO 14001 is the actual standard to which companies get registered. Experts are predicting that the impacts of this dynamic standard will transcend the vast popularity of the world-renowned ISO 9001 quality standard. ISO 14001 measures the conformance of an organisation’s Energy Management System (EMS) to the specified requirements.