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Welding coordination at your work or construction site

For welding coordination in your work or construction site, all you need to do is get in touch with Jes Consultancy. We invariably follow the EN ISO 14731 standard, ensuring quality and streamlining your welding projects. The standard, developed by the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN), defines the requirements to coordinate welding activities within an organisation.

EN ISO 14731 emphasises the competence requirements for welding coordinators. For example, a welding coordinator must have extensive technical knowledge and experience in welding, materials and inspection methods. He or she must also be familiar with relevant standards and regulations and keep abreast of the latest developments within the welding industry.


What are the duties of a welding coordinator?

Welding coordination involves appointing a qualified welding coordinator to plan, organise and manage the welding process. That coordinator has a major influence on the quality and safety of the welding work. He or she works closely with welding personnel, designers, inspectors and other stakeholders to ensure that all welding activities meet the required standards

If you are wondering exactly what the tasks of a welding coordinator are, we give you an overview below:

From in-service welding procedures to tie-ins

Jes Consultancy supports you both in qualifications of in-service welding procedures and in-service welds and time-critical tie-ins on pipelines/piping systems.

The aim of our welding coordination according to the EN ISO 14731 standard is to ensure that your welding operations are carried out to the highest quality and safety standards.

A well-coordinated welding process can minimise (quality) risks within your organisation, increase your productivity and balance your costs.