ISO 9712 2005 Vs 2012

Forward
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Changes from the third edition (ISO 9712 : 2005) includes :
clarification of responsibilities for the certification body, the qualification body and the examination centre;
redrafting of clause "training" for clarification and change in the number of required hours;
redrafting of the clause "experience" for clarification;
introduction of "digital certificates"
other minor technical and editorial changes
Introduction
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When there is no requirement in legislation, in standard or in the order for certification of NDT personnel, it is for employers of such personnel to decide how to assure themselves that they are competent to do the word assignments. Thus, they may employ people who are already certified or they may apply their own expertise assignments. Thus, they may employ people who are already certified or they may apply their own expertise so as to assure themselves that their employee has the necessary competence. In this last case, prudent so as to assure themselves that their employee has the necessary competence. In this last case, prudent employers would no doubt use this International Standard as a reference document.
1
Scope
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Sect 1 Par 1 Industrial non-destructive testing & Note 1 : Separation between NDT related to field of medicine and industry.
Sect 1 (e) Magnetic particle testing changed to Magnetic testing (Possibly to accommodate flux leakage testing)
Sect 1 (h) Strain testing changed to Strain gauge testing
Sect 1 Note 3 This International Standard specifies requirements for what are, in effect, third party conformity assessment schemes. These requirements do not directly apply to conformity assessment by second or first parties, but relevant parts of this International Standard can be referred to in such arrangements.
2 Normative References ADDED No Changes
3
Terms and Conditions
CHANGED Sect 3.13 Job Specific training: Term "instruction" changed to "training", thus the employers should provide training as opposed to instruction (2005 edition)
ADDED Sect 3.34 Renewal: procedure for revalidation of a certificate without examination at any time up to five years after success in an initial, supplementary or recertification examination
Sect 3.35 Recertification : procedure for revalidation of a certificate by examination or by otherwise satisfying the certification body that the published criteria for recertification are satisfied.
4 Methods and abbreviated terms Abbreviation NDT (non-destructive testing) has been omitted from Table 1
5 Responsibilit ies NO CHANGES
5.1 General NO CHANGES
5.2
Certification Body - SAIW Certification
CHANGED Sect 5.2 (a) shall initiate, promote, maintain and administer the certification scheme according to ISO/IEC 17024 and this International Standard
Sect 5.2 (c) may delegate, under its direct responsibility, the detailed administration of qualification to authorized qualification bodies, to which it shall issue specifications and/or procedures covering facilities, personnel, calibration and control of NDT equipment, examination materials, specimens, conduct of examinations, examination grading, records, etc.;
ADDED Sect 5.2 (b) shall publish specifications for training courses that include the syllabi which embody the content of recognized documents, e.g. ISO/TR 25107[2] or equivalent
Sect 5.2 (e) shall monitor, in accordance with a documented procedure, all delegated functions;
Sect 5.2 (g) shall establish an appropriate system for the maintenance of records, which shall be retained for at least one certification cycle (10 years);
Sect 5.2 (k) shall require all candidates and certificate holders to give a signed or stamped undertaking to abide by a code of ethics which it shall develop for the purpose and publish
5.3
Authorized Qualification Body - SAIW Certification - NDT
CHANGED Sect 5.3.1 (g) maintain appropriate qualification and examination records according to the requirements of the certification body
ADDED Sect 5.3.1 (b) be independent of any single predominant interest;
5.4
Examination Centre
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Sect 5.4.1 (f) use only specimens prepared or approved by the certification body or qualification body for the practical examinations conducted at that centre (when more than one examination centre exists, each shall have examination specimens of comparable test difficulty containing similar discontinuities) - under no circumstances shall specimens be used for training purposes;
Sect 5.4.1 (g) maintain appropriate qualification and examination records according to the requirements of the certification body
5.5
Employer
CHANGED Sect 5.5.1 The employer shall introduce the candidate to the certification body or the authorized qualification body and document the validity of the personal information provided. This information shall include the declaration of education, training and experience and visual acuity needed to determine the eligibility of the candidate. If the candidate is unemployed or self-employed, the declaration of education, training and experience shall be attested to by at least one independent party acceptable to the certification body. (ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to one or more independent parties)
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Sect 5.5.3 (b) In respect of certified personnel under their control the employer shall be responsible for (b) issuing the written authorization to operate
Sect 5.5.3 (f) ensuring that personnel hold valid certification relevant to their tasks within the organization;
Sect 5.5.3 (g) maintaining appropriate records
Sect 5.5.3 It is recommended that these responsibilities be described in a documented procedure
5.6
Candidate
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Candidates, whether employed, self-employed or unemployed shall:
a) provide documentary evidence of satisfactory completion of a course of training;
b) provide verifiable documentary evidence that the required experience has been gained under qualified supervision;
c) provide documentary evidence of vision satisfying the requirements of 7.4;
d) abide by a code of ethics published by the certification body.
5.7
Certificate holders
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Certificate holders shall:
a) abide by a code of ethics published by the certification body;
b) undergo an annual test of visual acuity in accordance with 7.4
a), and submit the results of tests to the employer;"<
c) notify the certification body and the employer in the event that the conditions for validity of certification are not fulfilled.
6 Levels of Qualification SO 9712 : 2005 - 'General' is omitted
6.1
Level 1
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record and classify the results of the tests according to written criteria
Level 1 certified personnel shall neither be responsible for the choice of test method or technique to be used, nor for the interpretation (ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to 'assessment' ) of test results
6.2
Level 2
CHANGED
ISO 9712 : 2005 Level 2 responsibility of 'preparing NDT written instructions' has been omitted.
Above mentioned incorporated through ""translate NDT codes, standards, specifications, and procedures into NDT instructions adapted to the actual working conditions
6.3 Level 3 NO CHANGES
7 Eligibility
7.1 General NO CHANGES - note that vision and training requirements are to be fulfilled prior to the qualification examination
7.2
Training
CHANGED
Sect 7.2.5 (b)
For Levels 1 and 2, when the certification sought is limited:
in application (e.g. automated ET, UT of bar, tube, and rod or normal beam ultrasonic thickness and lamination testing of rolled steel plate);
in technique (e.g. RT using only radioscopy);
the training duration may be reduced by up to 50 %.
Table 2 Table 2 - Minimum Training requirements : Minimum training requirements : ET 2 - reduced from 64 to 48 hrs; AT & ET 3 - increased from 46 to 48 hrs; MT 3 increased from 20 to 32 hrs and PT 3 increased form 20 to 24 hrs. (ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to as Table 1)
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Sect 7.2.2 For all levels, the candidate shall satisfactorily complete a course of theoretical and practical training recognized by the certification body. For Level 3, in addition to the minimum training given in Table 2, the preparation for qualification can be completed in different ways dependent on the scientific and technical background of the candidate, including attendance at other training courses, conferences or seminars, studying books, periodicals and other specialized printed or electronic materials
Sect 7.2.3 Par 4 When creating industrial sectors as defined in Annex A, the certification body should consider whether the minimum training requirements in Table 2 are sufficient or should be increased
Sect 7.2.4 Table 2 Table 2 Note : For RT, training hours do not include radiation safety training
Sect 7.2.5 (a) Point 1 & NOTE For all levels : for candidates seeking certification in more than one method (e.g. MT, PT), or for those already certified and seeking certification in another method, when the training syllabus concerned duplicates certain aspects (e.g. product technology), the total number of training hours for these methods (e.g. PT, MT, VT) may be reduced in line with the training syllabus
NOTE It is appropriate for the subject to be relevant to the NDT method (chemistry, mathematics or physics) and/or to the product or industry sector (chemistry, metallurgy, engineering, etc.).
Sect 7.2.5 (c) For direct access to Level 2 RT when certification is restricted to the film interpretation and to only one product sector, a minimum training requirement of 56 h applies.
7.3
Industrial NDT Experience
NO CHANGES in durations - Table 3 - Minimum Industrial experience (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table 2)
CHANGED
Sect 7.3.1 (General Par 3) In the event that a part of the experience is sought following successful examination, the results of the examination shall remain valid for two (ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to five) years or for the total experience time required for the methods concerned, whichever is the greater
Sect 7.3.3.5 Up to 50 % of the practical experience time may be achieved by an appropriate practical course, the duration of which may be weighted by a maximum factor of 5 (ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to factor of 7). This procedure shall not be used in conjunction with that specified in 7.3.3.4. The course shall concentrate on practical solutions of frequently occurring testing problems and should involve a significant element of testing known defective specimens. The programme shall be approved by the certification body.
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Sect 7.3.1(General Par 3) For all levels, a minimum period of experience prior to examination shall be defined by certification body (a fraction or percentage of the total requirement in Table 3, as appropriate).
Sect 7.3.1 Par 1 and 2 & Sect 7.3.2 (PREVIOUSLY IN TABLE AS NOTE) The minimum duration of experience to be gained in the sector where the candidate is seeking certification shall be as given in Table 3, with the possible reductions given in 7.3.3. When the candidate is seeking certification in more than one method, the total time of experience shall be the sum of the experience in each method. For Level 2 certification, the intent of this International Standard is that work experience consists of time as a Level 1. If the individual is being qualified directly to Level 2, with no time at Level 1, the experience shall consist of the sum of the times required for Level 1 and Level 2. No reduction in the period of experience shall be allowed.
Level 3 responsibilities require knowledge beyond the technical scope of any specific NDT method. This broad knowledge may be acquired through a variety of combinations of education, training and experience. Table 3 details minimum experience for candidates who have successfully completed a technical school or at least two years of engineering or science study at an accredited college or university. If this is not the case, the duration has to be multiplied by a factor of 2. For Level 3 certification, the intent of this International Standard is that work experience consists of time as a Level 2. If the individual is being qualified directly from Level 1 to Level 3, with no time at Level 2, the experience shall consist of the sum of the times required for Level 2 and Level 3. No reduction in the period of experience shall be allowed.
Sect 7.3.3 Possible reductions - as part of body text, previously in ISO 9712 : 2005 as part of Table notes.
7.4
Vision Requirements - all levels
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Sect 7.4 (a) near vision acuity shall permit reading a minimum of Jaeger number 1 or Times Roman N 4.5 or equivalent letters (having a height of 1,6 mm) at not less than 30 cm with one or both eyes, either corrected or uncorrected
Sect 7.4 (b) colour vision shall be sufficient that the candidate can distinguish and differentiate contrast between the colours or shades of grey used in the NDT method concerned, as specified by the employer
Sect 7.4 last paragraph The certification body may consider replacing the requirements in a) by compliance with an appropriate alternative
ISO 9712 : 2012 vs. ISO 9712 : 2005
8 Qualification examination
8.1 General NO CHANGES
8.2
Examination content and grading for level 1 & 2
NO CHANGE in durations - Table 4 - Required minimum number of questions - General examination (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table 3)
NO CHANGE - Table 5 - Subject and weighing factors for grading - Practical examination (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex D)
CHANGED
Sect 8.2.3.2 Each specimen shall be uniquely identified and have a master report which includes all of the equipment settings used to detect specified discontinuities contained within the specimen, which shall be uniquely identified by an appropriate permanent marking to ensure that it is completely traceable. Such marking shall not interfere with the practical testing or inspection of the specimen and shall, wherever practicable, be concealed from the candidate while the specimen is being used for examination. The master report shall be compiled based upon at least two independent tests, and shall be validated by a Level 3 certificate holder for use in grading examinations. The independent test reports from which the master report is compiled shall be retained as records (ISO 9712 : 2005 Annex B)
Sect 8.2.3.9 Level 2 candidates shall draft at least one NDT Instruction suitable for Level 1 personnel, for a specimen selected by the examiner.
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Sect 8.2.3.3 NOTE NOTE Guidelines on discontinuity types in examination specimens can be found in CEN/TS 15053[6] or ISO/TS 22809.[1]
Sect 8 2.3.7 For those examinations where discontinuities are normally replaced by artificial sources or data, the Level 1 candidate shall demonstrate the ability to set up and calibrate the equipment, verify its sensitivity and record the test data; the Level 2 candidate shall also demonstrate the ability to interpret and evaluate previously recorded test data.
Sect 8.2.4.1 The general, specific and practical examinations shall be graded separately. When conventional pre-prepared paper-based examinations are used, an examiner shall be responsible for the grading of the examinations by comparison with model answers. At the option of the certification body, e-assessment systems that automatically score candidate responses against stored data and grade the completed written examination according to prepared algorithms may be used
Sect 8.2.4.5 For the Level 2 candidates, the specimen for which the instruction is produced shall be graded with an overall grade of 100 in accordance with Table D.1. The other specimens (without instruction) shall be graded with an overall grade of 85 in accordance with Table D.1 (see 8.2.4.2), and the final grade shall be calculated by multiplying by 100/85. The instruction shall be graded with an overall grade of 15 in accordance with Table D.1 (see 8.2.4.2), and, for comparing with the 70 % required in 8.2.4.3, this value shall be multiplied by 100/15
8.3
Examination content and grading for level 3
NO CHANGE - Table 6 - Minimum required number of basic questions ( ISO 9712 : 2005 Table 4)
NO CHANGE - Table 7 - Minimum required number of main method examination questions ( ISO 9712 : 2005 Table 5)
ADDED Sect 8.3.4.1 Par 4 At the option of the certification body, e-assessment systems that automatically score candidate responses against stored data and grade the completed written examination according to prepared algorithms may be used.
8.4
Conduct of examination
ADDED Sect 8.4.2 At the examination, the candidate shall have in his possession valid proof of identification and an official notification of the examination, which shall be shown to the examiner or invigilator upon demand
Sect 8.4.4 Examination questions shall be validated by the certification body. When conventional pre-prepared paper-based examinations are used, the examination papers shall be validated and approved by an examiner, and the grading shall be done in accordance with procedures approved by the certification body (see 8.2.4 and 8.3.4). When e-assessment systems that select questions present the "written" examination to a candidate on a computer and grade the examinations, are used, the certification body shall validate and approve the e-assessment system.
Sect 8.4.6 An examiner shall not be permitted to examine any candidate: a) that he has trained for the examination for a period of two years from the date of the conclusion of the training activities; b) who is working (permanently or temporarily) in the same facility as the examiner.
Sect 8.4.8 Candidates shall not be permitted to bring into the examination area personal items, unless specifically authorized to do so by the examiner.
8.5
Re - examinations
CHANGED
Sect 8.5.2 A candidate who fails to obtain the pass grade for any examination part, may be re-examined twice in the failed part(s), provided that the re-examination takes place not sooner than one month, unless further training acceptable to the certification body is satisfactorily completed, nor later than two (ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to five) years after the original examination.
Sect 8.5.3 A candidate failing all permitted re-examination shall ( ISO9712 : 2005 referred to ""may"") apply for and take the examination in accordance with the procedure established for new candidates
ADDED Sect 8.5.1 A candidate failing for reasons of unethical behaviour shall wait at least 12 months before reapplying (see 8.4.3).
8.6 Examination exemptions NO CHANGES
9 Certification
9.1 Administrat ion ADDED Sect 9.1 "A candidate fulfilling all conditions shall be certified and evidence of this certification shall be made available by the certification body. This can be achieved with the issue of hard copy certificate(s) and/or wallet card(s) (see 9.2), and/or by electronically uploading and displaying the relevant information on the certification body's website."
9.2
Certification and / or wallet cards
CHANGED Sect 9.2 (a) the family name and forename of the certified individual
ADDED Sect 9.2 (d) a reference to this International Standard (ISO 9712:2012);
Sect 9.2 (i) "if applicable, the scope of limitations to the certifications and/or the special applications"
9.3
Digital certificates
ADDED
Sect 9.3
Digital certification may be provided in lieu of or as well as physical (hard copy) certificate(s). In this case, subject to compliance with national regulations, the following data are available without request (online, at the website of the certification body) to interested parties:
the legal name, contact information and, where applicable, accreditation status of the certification body;
the family name and forename of the certified individual;
a unique personal identification number for the certified individual;
a photographic image of the certified individual (taken within the past 10 years);
the dates of issue and expiry of the certification;
the scope of certification, including the level, NDT method(s), and applicable sector(s);
any limitations to the certification, if applicable.
Where the data listed in 9.3.1 can be printed directly from the certification body's website, the printed output shall include a date of print and a statement that the current certification status can be verified at the relevant website.
ISO 9712 : 2012 vs. ISO 9712 : 2005
9.4
Validity
CHANGED
Sect 9.4.1 (a) Certification becomes invalid: a) at the discretion of the certification body, e.g. after reviewing evidence of behaviour incompatible with the certification procedures or failure to abide by a code of ethics;
ADDED
Sect 9.4.1 Par 1 The maximum period of validity of the certificate is five years. The period of validity shall commence (date of issue of the certification) when all of the requirements for certification (training, experience, satisfactory vision test, success in examination) are fulfilled.
Sect 9.4.2 The certification body shall define the conditions for revalidation in the case of 9.4.1, a) and b). For revalidation of the certification after a significant interruption, the individual shall pass a recertification examination. The certification is revalidated for a new period of validity of five years from the date of the revalidation.
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Renewal
CHANGED
Sect 10.1 (b) verifiable documentary evidence of continued satisfactory work activity without significant interruption (see 3.27) in the method and sector for which certificate renewal is sought
ADDED
Sect 10.2 It is the responsibility of the certificate holder to initiate the procedure required for renewal. The renewal files shall be presented within six months before the date of expiration of the certification. As an exception, and based upon decision of the certification body, files presented within 12 months after the date of expiration may be considered. Over this period, no exception (ISO 9712 : 2005 allowed for general examination exemption) is admitted and the candidate shall be permitted to attempt a recertification examination
11 Recertificat ion
11.1 General ADDED Sect 11.1 Par 2 It is the responsibility of certificate holders to initiate the procedures required to obtain recertification. If the recertification is applied for more than 12 months after expiry of the period of validity, a complete examination (general, specific, and practical) for Level 1 and Level 2 and a main method examination for Level 3 shall again be passed successfully
11.2 Level 1 & 2 CHANGED Sect 11.2.2 The individual shall successfully complete a practical examination which demonstrates continued competence to carry out work within the scope defined on the certificate. This shall include testing specimens (see Table B.1) appropriate to the scope of certification to be revalidated and in addition, for Level 2, the production of a written instruction suitable for the use of Level 1 personnel (see 8.2.3.9). If the individual fails to achieve a grade of at least 70 % for each specimen tested (weighted according to the guidance in Table 5), and, for Level 2, for the instruction, two retests of the whole recertification examination shall be allowed after at least 7 days and within six months ( ISO 9712 : 2005 referred to 12 months) of the first attempt at the recertification examination. In the event of failure in the two allowable retests, the certificate shall not be revalidated and, to regain certification for that level, sector and method, the candidate shall apply for new certification. In this case, no examination exemptions shall be awarded by virtue of any other valid certification held.
11.3 Level 3 ADDED Sect 11.3.1 Par 3 In both cases (written examination or credit system), the individual shall either provide appropriate documented evidence, acceptable to the certification body, of his continued practical competence in the method or pass a Level 2 practical examination, as specified in 11.2.2, except for the drafting of NDT instructions.
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Files
CHANGED
Sect 12 (a) an actual list or database of all certified individuals classified according to level, NDT method and sector
ADDED
Sect 12 (c) 1 photograph or digital image taken within the past 10 years
13 Transition Period NO CHANGES
14 Transition period EN 473 : 2008, ISO 9712 : 2005 and this International Standard ADDED Sect 14 Certification according to EN 473:2008[4] and/or ISO 9712:2005, awarded before publication of this International Standard, remains valid until the next mandatory step in the certification process, i.e. renewal or recertification, which shall be carried out according to this International Standard. Certification according to this International Standard is considered as fulfilling the requirements of both EN 473:2008 and ISO 9712:2005; consequently, any requirement for certification to either of these standards is fulfilled by a certification according to this International Standard
Annex A (normative)
Sectors
ADDED
Sect A.2 (f) composite materials (p)
Sect A.3 For composite materials, the certification body shall define the requirements for qualification examination
Annex B (normative)
Minimum number and type of specimens for the Level 1 and Level 2 practical examination
ADDED
Table B.1 Industrial sectors added to number and type of specimens for Level 1 and 2 practical examinations
Table B.1 Note
Where, after the number of specimens required, product sectors are indicated by appropriate letters, this means that specimens from these sectors shall be included in the practical examination
A set of radiographs (12 or 24) shall be considered as one specimen.
Key: c _ casting; f _ forging; w _ weld; t _ tube; c/f _ casting or forging; rs _ radiographs; ds _ datasets
Annex C (normative)
Credit System for Level 3 Recertification
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F)
ADDED
Table C.1 Note
a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20.
b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance.
d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination
Table C.1 Structured Credit System for Level 3 recertification is significantly changed regarding classifications and related points awardable (referred to in ISO9712 : 2005 as Annex F) ADDED Table C.1 Note a Maximum points for items 1 to 4: 20. b Points to be given for both convenorship and attendance. d Maximum points for each of items 5 and 6: 30, and 7: 50
Annex D (normative)
Grading practical examination
ADDED Table D.1 The candidate failing to report a discontinuity specified on the specimen master report as "mandatory for candidates to report" when performing the test under the conditions specified in the master report shall be awarded zero marks for part 3 of the practical examination relating to the specimen tested. For RT, this condition applies to radiographic interpretation, i.e. failing one "mandatory to report" discontinuity on one radiograph leads to zero marks for the set of radiographs in part 3
No Change - Table D.1 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Table D.1)
No Change - Table D.2 (referred to in ISO 9712 : 2005 as Annex E)
Annex E (normative)
Engineering of NDT
ADDED
Annex E (1) DEFINITION : Engineering of NDT covers all the activities linked to NDT, from the design of the equipment to the responsibility of preparation, implementation and verification of NDT (in manufacturing and in service) of the same equipmentbelonging to industrial or technical installations
Annex E (2) Non-exhaustive list of activities covered (Refer to list provided)
Bibliography
ADDED
[1] ISO/TS 22809, Non-destructive testing - Discontinuities in specimens for use in qualification examinations
[2] ISO/TR 25107, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT training syllabuses
[3] ISO/TR 25108, Non-destructive testing - Guidelines for NDT personnel training organizations
[4] EN 473:2008, Non-destructive testing - Qualification and certification of NDT personnel - General principles
[5] CEN/TR 14748, Non-destructive testing - Methodology for qualification of non-destructive tests
[6] CEN/TS 15053, Non-destructive testing - Recommendations for discontinuities-types in test specimens for examination

Harold Jansen