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Alright have decided that I am tired of doing all the work for a company and not reaping the rewards. So I am taking the steps to get my r stamp from the Nbic. Have an AI and AIA don't have signed agreement yet but will be moving forward shortly with that. Although i have been doing the actual work of repairs in the field for years I am new to all the paper work to obtain the certification. I do understand the quality control process as well the traveler, mtr, labeling, and testing process. Just looking for either reference information or maybe a consultant to help me get started? Suggestions? Did I put this is the right part of the forum??
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Wow, that is a challenge. Insurances, a written QC program, an Operating Program/Procedures, Your own Certifications, a copy of all the ASME code books, other codes, and Inspection Services.
I would think that a good start. Some of the more ASME savvy guys should be along in the morning.
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