If so, are you aware of your obligations to the end client, the job contract, the drawings and specifications? This is a greatly misunderstood area and we would love to help you manage it. What does this mean for you the fabricator or the site welder? Well these standards are created to make sure all parties have a foundation, a level playing field, to work on as an absolute minimum guarantee of a certain level of quality. It lays out the requirements for design, as in weld size, length and placement, for the minimum training level required, do you need a full tradesman or not, for the testing required, x-ray or crack testing, and for the documentation that you are required to produce to satisfy the job requirements. This is usually carnival equipment or structures like the Southern Star Observation Wheel in Melbourne.
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AS/NZS 1554.1 Compliance Requirements