Pressure vessel inspections, plant registration and training for High Risk Work Licenses in South Australia
Adept Inspections & Training handles a range of services for South Australian clients, including pressure vessel and pipework inspections, plant registration and training for High Risk Work Licenses.
Adept is a respected and reliable name. We have clients across several industries including retail chains, chemical plants, food manufacturers and more.
Boiler and pressure vessel inspection in Adelaide
Adept makes sure everything gets done correctly. Not only do we perform boiler and pressure vessel inspection, but we can also collaborate with any existing boiler service provider to ensure quality completion of work. Adept Inspectors can organise and perform both visual internal or external boiler inspections to AS/NZS 3788 2006. We use ultrasonic thickness testing and videoscopes where necessary to make sure everything will operate safely.
High Risk Work Licence training in SA
Adept can arrange on-site training for you and/or your workers to manage boilers safely. Adept can provide both face-to-face or self-paced training options. We do this to make sure the understanding of both the theoretical and practical education is mastered however trainees feel comfortable.
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SafeWork SA plant registration
Adept have knowledge handling the registrations of our South Australian clients, meaning that you can profit from our expert understanding of SafeWork SA requirements. Although you can organise your own registrations, any errors can cause your pressure vessel to not become registered – with costly financial implications.
When you choose Adept to handle your registrations, we make sure that they are taken care of including any registration renewals before they expire. We can supply your registrations certificates for any other auditing reasons on request.
“Adept go above and beyond. They worked around the clock to keep our pressure vessels compliant nationally when all the borders were shut. They make sure that any pressure vessels needing registration are actioned and keep all of our registrations in date.”
“Adept put our national audit together quickly and met all of our timeline requirements. They consistently deliver quality reporting and are always very helpful.”
“Adept are great to work with. They have been very hands on with making sure we understand and action our compliance requirements. They offer practical solutions and make sure we stay compliant.”
“Adept Inspections & Training were called upon to carry out Statutory Pressure Vessel Testing & Inspections on our available assets, not only in our Workshop but were more than willing to travel to nearby sites. Adept not only supplied us with a punctual and competent Service Technician but also, with friendly Office Staff who look after all necessary planning, recording and documentation. I would recommend Adept Inspections and Training to anyone who requires this type of service.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to get my pressure vessel Inspected?
Yes, pressure vessel inspection is legislated and with good reason because a pressure vessel that has been: installed incorrectly and/or improperly maintained and/or had non-compliant alterations and/or simply wasn’t designed to the standards in the first place can be a dangerous hazard to your workplace.
Do I need to get my pressure vessel plant item registered?
Yes, if it is a hazard level C or higher. Check if your pressure vessel needs registration here.
Can I just register my pressure vessel/s without having it inspected?
No you cannot register your pressure vessel without having it inspected. When you register a pressure vessel, you are declaring that it is safe to operate and is being inspected by a competent person on a regular basis.
How often do I need to renew my pressure vessel’s registration?
You need to renew your pressure vessel’s registration every 5 years. We can manage this for you.
I’m just renewing the registration not registering it, do I still need to get my pressure vessel/s inspected?
Whether you are completing an initial registration or just renewing the registration, you are still declaring that it is safe to operate and is being inspected by a competent person on a regular basis so yes.