Rig Inspection Services


Rig Inspection Services (RIS) offers a diverse range of specialised knowledge and experience of rig safety, inspection and maintenance with the aim of providing a prompt, efficient and tailored service to meet clients’ needs. RIS’ reputation in the oil and gas industry is of the highest standard in terms of quality and service, and it adopts a very serious approach to providing quality service, maintaining its outstanding industry reputation within the oil and gas industry. Integrated asset management services for rigs The diversity of RIS’ people and services complement its core values of reliability, integrity and serviceability. Through this, RIS has developed a high level of sustainability in the oil and gas industry. RIS recognises the importance to an operator and contractor of proper integrated asset management to maximise returns on their investments. Subsea recruitment RIS is seeking committed subsea professionals who could maximise their skills and opportunities for success through training and professional development within our organisation. We are looking for candidates with the following experience: A minimum of 15 years’ experience in the offshore oil and gas industry with five years as a senior lead SSE on-board fifth-generation DP drilling vessels Familiar and competent with all the skill sets required to maintain and operate the well control equipment of this vessel type Full awareness of other MODUs such as harsh environment semisubmersible drilling units, mid-water semis, high-specification and lower-end jack-ups and a full comprehension of the well control equipment associated with these installations Preference will be given to applicants who can supplement the above with some formal trade certificate with a mechanical background. Successful candidates are required to undergo a comprehensive UKOOA medical prior to being accepted for employment. Subsea safety / risk integrity surveys, inspections and project management RIS’ specialized services enable clients to obtain the maximum efficiency out of surveyors and inspectors, as they are dedicated to their specific needs. RIS surveyors and inspectors are on call 24/7 specifically to provide for and assist in the following services within the oil and gas industry: Rig acceptance and safety surveys Rig condition and benchmark surveys Pre-shipyard evaluation surveys Commissioning and project engineering Equipment condition evaluation and inspection Subsea and surface well control equipment inspection QA services and project management Oil country tubular goods (OCTG) Lifting and lifted equipment inspection Pre-load out inspection RIS’ target market is based largely on clients in the oil and gas industry. RIS adopts a very serious approach to providing quality service, maintaining its outstanding industry reputation within the oil and gas industry. Rig condition surveys Rig condition surveys are comprehensive reliability assessments that include the evaluation of equipment and systems, recording of all parameters and technical data on equipment condition evaluation datasheets. Relevant standards such as the API, IADC and OEM specifications are referenced. The areas of assessment include, but are not limited to: Drilling equipment Electrical generation and distribution Cranes and hoisting systems Main and auxiliary equipment Mud systems Well control equipment Marine and Safety equipment Maintenance task compliancy Asset management and budget planning Relevant standards such as the API, IADC and OEM specifications are referenced during such surveys. Subsea and surface well control equipment RIS’ subsea and surface well control equipment services involves examining and analysing critical well control equipment, as well as identifying, assessing and developing control measures to mitigate the risks of hazardous situations and business interruptions. Areas of assessment for subsea and well control equipment services include, but are not limited to: First to sixth generation well control systems Hydraulic and Mux control systems Wireline / inline tensioning and RAR systems Compensating systems – CMC, AHC and DSC Marine riser inspection and verification Choke and kill systems Lifting / pre-load out and OCTG RIS offers a quality assured lifting and lifted equipment inspection division. Since inception, RIS has been a NATA-approved testing laboratory. Its NATA accreditations include: AS/NZS ISO/IEC 17020 Type A inspection body AS/NZS ISO/IEC 17025 Non-destructive testing RIS’ lifting inspection service includes: Certified visual inspection of slings and rigging Certified visual inspection of baskets, containers and skids Certified visual inspections on new builds / modified s Non-destructive testing: magnetic particle inspection (MPI), liquid penetrant inspection (LPI) and eddy current testing (ET) Offshore inspection service; technician can travel to offshore facilities to perform inspection and testing services Pre-load Out QA inspections; final inspection prior to loading out to ensure equipment is fully compliant with the requirements of all Australian, international and client standards Management of the repair and recertification process, including organising third party contractors to perform works onsite Database to track inspected equipment RIS’ lifting / pre-load out and OCTG technicians and inspectors RIS’ lifting / pre-load out and OCTG technicians and inspectors are accredited with the following qualifications: AINDT level II ASNDT level II Internal and external training courses Risk management services Safety, Risk & Inspection Services (SRIS) has assembled a team of experienced professionals whose capabilities are unmatched in the risk management industry. SRIS' management and its consultants have extensive experience in the offshore industry, having worked for most of the major drilling contractors throughout the world. SRIS utilises the team approach in order to achieve a high quality product and provide incomparable service to our clients. SRIS' expertise and project commitment is vital for accurately assessing and addressing risk, and in the development of critical documentation such as vessel safety cases.

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