International Standard organization sets out four Quality requirements category for steel structures and they are based on the intended use of the structure and how critical it would be if it failed. The higher the category, the more stringent the quality criteria. Companies that undertake part 2, 3 and 4 welding activities as stated below, require a Responsible Welding Coordinators (RWC).
However, many companies may not need to employ or have the requirement for a full-time Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC), and would benefit from the potential cost savings of hiring a RWC only as and when required.
AIT can supply the services of a Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC) to oversee and control your welding activities. Our engagements will certainly add value to your products, as all your documents will bear an IIW International Welding approval stamp/seal.
With our RWC services, you can be confident that you are compliant with the International regulations.