Firefly CSWIP Welding Inspector

26 March 2019

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Firefly project manager Michael Burgess has recently passed the CSWIP welding inspector course.

Michael says: "This is a great qualification for a welding projects manager. It gives me a fuller understanding and helps when I'm talking to clients, weld engineers and independent inspectors".

Michael has been involved with Firefly for several years. He has managed Firefly welding projects all over Europe, Central America, North America, Africa and recently in Russia.

Panama Crew

Michael (far right) with crew at Costa Norte LNG Project, Colon, Panama

CSWIP Welding Inspector Course (TWI)

The CSWIP Welding Inspector Course is designed for inspection engineers and supervisory staff.

The course teaches the duties and responsibilities of a welding inspector including fusion welding processes, typical weld defects, types of steel, the hardening of steels, weldability, heat treatment and parent metal defects.

The programme also includes visual inspection, the testing of parent metals and welds, and destructive and non-destructive test techniques.

Welder and procedure approval, codes and standards, and an outline of safe working practices is also covered on the course.

The course is offered by the Welding Institute (TWI).

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