The average pay for a Welding Inspector (Certified) is C$34.44 per hour.
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|Salary||Rs 235,832 - Rs 1,501,514|
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|Rs 235,832 - Rs 1,526,047|
Job Description for Welding Inspector (Certified)
Certified welding inspectors work in various industries related to construction. Furthermore, certified welding inspectors’ daily duties are filled with numerous responsibilities that are essential in maintaining the safety standards of in the construction industry. Certified welding inspectors ensure that all related construction activities follow specific guidelines, in accordance with city, state, and federal safety regulations. They also inspect plans, verify inspection and welding calibrations, and make sure that all welding materials are in proper condition for future projects. Additionally, welding inspectors inspect all welding equipment, such as regulators, cables, and welding machines.Read More...
During the construction phase, welding inspectors are responsible for monitoring heating values, ensuring the proper temperature controls are being used, and verifying that individuals maintain all compliance issues. In order to become a certified welding inspector, a high school diploma is required, but a relevant technical schooling or a bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, or a similar field is preferred. Furthermore, there is a certification exam that requires at least three years of completed work experience. The exam is constructed to test individuals on practical applications, welding code applications, and welding fundamentals. Certification usually lasts for three years, but it possible to take additional exams to prolong certification for up to nine years. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Welding Inspector (Certified) Tasks
- Inspect weldments to determine if they meet specifications and material standards.
- Educate staff and welders in safety and assembly procedures and requirements.
- Document all inspections, computations, results, and feedback provided.