The Welding Coordinator is responsible for all welding technical activities. He/she is involved in final checks and how to improve their quality.
Your tasks & responsibilities:
1. Raw Materials
- Tests values of certificates from suppliers (EN 10002-1) (MAN-QUA-099 / 105).
- Reports the tensile test.
- Creates a nonconformity report if values NOK (FRM-QUA-004).
- Quality check and certificates.
- Storage and handling (MAN-QUA-120 & MAN-QUA-125).
- Quality checks.
- Equipment maintenance.
- Calibrates welding material, does the necessary measuring, inspection and testing of equipment.
3. Internal Welding Process
Inspects and tests before welding:
- Coaches welders and welding operators. A 6 monthly check and certification, (EN 9606/1 – EN ISO 14732).
- Drafts welding specification (ISO 5817-C).
- Checks production drawings.
Inspects and tests during welding:
- Essential welding parameters of the weld scanner.
- Visual inspection (MAN-QUA 022 / 115).
- Correct use and handling of welding consumables.
Inspects and tests after welding:
- Visual inspection of the weld (MAN-QUA 022 / 115).
- Destructive testing (MAN-QUA 106).
- Reports correct actions of the weld.
- Internal audits of welders and the welding process.
4. Subcontracting Welding Process
- Audits of Belgian subcontracted welders.
- Audits of International welders.
5. Other Responsibilities
- The Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC) is responsible for all the items within EN 1090-01/02 and EN ISO 3834-2.
- The RWC is also responsible for the welding handbook of the company. Modifications are only done by RWC.
- He/she is authorized to stop the process or to order corrective actions to guarantee the welding process.