CV, Australia Based Multi discipline Inspector Looking Globally

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 17530

Skills keywords: client inspector, plant inspector
Short Bio:

A 15+ year career in inspection originating in aerospace and evolving into the Oil & Gas industry, working mainly in an international environment for new construction projects and in-service maintenance structural, mechanical and piping activities.

My career progression has allowed me to gain a broad range of experience that has been effectively used as a hands on technician thru Plant / QA/QC inspector to a Client Inspector.

Current location: South Australia, Australia - View on map
Nationality: Australian
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Oil, Gas and Energy
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: Anywhere
List the countires you have a visa to work in: Australia, new zealand


– API 510: Press. Vess. Insp. Code: In-Service Insp., Rating, Repair, & Alt. (Cert. No. 49944)

– API 570: Insp., Repair, Alt., and Re-rating of In-Service Piping Systs. (Cert. No. 27514)

– API 653: Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration and Reconstruction. (Cert. No. 25938)

– CSWIP: 3.1 Welding Inspector (Cert. No. 27499/2)

– NACE CIP Level 2 Coating Inspector (Cert. No. 12940)

– NDT L3: PCN UT, Phased Array, & ToFD (Cert. No. 314560)

ASNT UT (Cert. No. 163099)

– NDT L2: CGSB UT EMC (Cert. No. 13245)

PCN UT Phased Array & ToFD (Cert. No. 314560)

CSWIP UT Phased Array & ToFD (Cert. No. 64404 & Cert. No. 68571)

– Offshore BOSIET with OLF and H2S (Cert. No. 63745707270511001 & TH002216)

– Certificate in Engineering (Aircraft Mechanical – Overhaul & Repair)

Time Expired Certifications: BGAS Painting Inspector Grade 2, EEMUA 159, NDT Level 2 (PCN, AINDT & ACCP): UT, RT, ET, PT, MT, Visual and Optical Testing.

Career Summary

2014 – Current
BV / Santos – Moomba Exploration & Processing Facilities
Plant Inspector / PA & ToFD Level 3

– In-service and new construction inspector for Plant (API), Welding and Coating on pressure vessels columns, drums, heat exchangers, boilers, coolers, tanks, valves and piping systems.

– Supervision and training of Phased Array & ToFD works for in-service corrosion/erosion detection & monitoring and weld inspection.

– Prepare and review Inspection and NDT reports and provide recommendations in accordance with applicable Codes, Standards and Industry Best Practice.

– Liaise with Integrity Engineers on best inspection practice and provide technical support in relevant inspection tools / technologies capabilities and restrictions.

– Develop inspection procedures/techniques for inspection of plant equipment during in-service operations and prior to or in lieu of off-stream (Shutdown) inspections.

2013 – 2014
INPEX – Ichthys Project
Client Structural Inspector – Module Yard

Primary Deliverable: To provide specialist Structural Inspector competence to the onshore module fabrication yard team in their over-sight of the Onshore EPC Contractor, and to ensure INPEX QC requirements are achieved for Structural and Piping discipline aspects of Onshore LNG Module Yard Fabricator scope.

– Reporting to the QA/QC Lead – Module Yard. They will assure compliance by the EPC Contractor and Fabrication Contractor. Duties will include

– Ensure all agreed Contractor and Fabrication Contractor’s Structural & Piping ITPs and procedures are implemented within the yard,

– Inspection of all Structural related aspects and, where applicable, sign-off on behalf of the Company.

– Provide regular reports on Structural discipline quality status/issues to the QA/QC Lead – Module Yard,

– Monitor Fabrication Contractors Structural & Piping materials receipt, storage and handling processes,

– Monitor Contractor’s QC implementation within the fabrication yard,

– Perform Company QC in fabrication yard testing (including welder operator qualifications, NDT, records traceability),

– Review, monitor and closeout of Contractor and Fabrication Contractor’s Structural NCRs/quality observations within the fabrication yard,

– Review Contractor and Fabrication Contractor’s Structural & Piping records management and preparation for handover.

– Ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment at all times.

2012 – 2013
Little Cog Group
Plant Inspector / AUT Specialist

– In-service and new construction inspector for Plant (API) welding, coating, and NDT Phased Array & ToFD inspection works.

– 3rd party audit/review of inspection/NDT procedures, inspection works, and inspection data to ensure Code/Specification compliance, assessment of current practices and where identified suggestions on increasing productivity and quality of supplied NDT services.

– Development and review of advanced ultrasonic testing and general NDT procedures in line with internationally recognised codes/standards.

– Develop advanced ultrasonic testing procedures for LNG specific applications i.e. Stainless and Nickel steels.

– Coordination and development of internal training and certification systems for inspection advanced ultrasonic and general NDT methods/techniques, to include training and examination materials.

– Procurement, design and manufacture of inspection equipment.

– Development of in-house inspection qualification programs outlining processes, vendor pre-requisites and selection, acceptance criteria, documentation and administration of the program.

– Client introduction training to Advanced Ultrasonic Testing techniques outlining basic theory advantages/disadvantages, application, Code requirements, interpretation, auditing techniques and best practices.

2007 – 2012
Metalogic Inspection Services
Area Manager

– Supervision of Visual, Semi-AUT, AUT, and Conventional NDE activities on new construction & in-service piping, pipelines, pressure vessels, boilers, etc… in accordance with relevant industry codes and standards such as API, ASME, AWS, NACE and AS within the Petrochemical and Power Generation industries.

– QA/QC of field personnel works to ensure procedures have been followed and Code/Regulatory compliance has been achieved, and where appropriate initiated additional training or similar actions where non-conformance has occurred.

– Training of technical personnel in order for them to gain certifications in required fields.

– Procedure development to Client & Code requirements inclusive of project specific qualifications, development of Code Ultrasonic Qualification Welds.

– Implementation, gaining and maintaining certification to ISO 9001:2008 Quality Systems for the business unit.

– Liaising directly with clients on appropriate inspection, planning, repairs and various other technical matters on a supplier and 3rd party basis.

– Supervision/coordination of client and internal projects to ensure policy/procedures are followed, production efficiencies are maintained and where possible improved.

– Establishment of a regional office in S.E. Asia for a Canadian company from initial assessment of business opportunities through to a self-sustaining business entity within the corporate group.

– Recruitment of technical, sales, and administration personnel to meet current and future business needs.

2005 – 2006
Project/Field Inspection Manager

– Supervising inspections, repairs and alterations, inclusive of coordinating all QA/QC matters for mechanical works, on new construction & in-service piping, pipelines and above ground storage tanks throughout S.E. Asia, Australia, and Europe.

– Generate QA/QC procedures for independent in-house and third party inspections of manufactured parts/assemblies from receipt of raw materials to shipment and then carrying out these inspections as the projects local QA/QC inspector.

– Liaising with clients on inspection techniques, planning, repairs and various other technical matters.

– Training of technical personnel in order for them to gain API and NDT certifications.

2003 – 2004
International Refinery Services
Field Inspector

– Carrying out inspections on Storage Tanks, Pressure Vessels and Pipelines in accordance with API 510, 570 & 653, and EEMUA 159.

– Liaising with clients on planning and technical matters.

– Assisting in the training of inspection personnel in order for them to obtain Non-Destructive Testing certifications.

Fortburn Aerospace & Commercial Consult.
NDT Technician – Contracted to DSTO (Australia Dept. of Defence R&D)

– Contracted to the Australian Department of Defence to carry out NDT inspections on F/A 18 and the P3C Orion life extension projects.

1996 – 2002
Ansett Australia
NDT Technician & Apprentice Aircraft Mechanic Engine Overhaul & Repair

– NDT inspection works on large body Airbus & Boeing aircraft, engines & components, analysing engine debris with a Scanning Electron Microscope.

– Extensive training on overhauling, repairing and testing aircraft gas turbine engines, hydraulic and pneumatic components, ground power units (GPU), manufacturing of components and tools, and performing NDT processes.

1996 – 1998
Royal Australian Army

– Australian Army Reserves, trained in the use of field radio equipment and communications