We combine our practical inspection knowledge with our engineering experience – the perfect value adding senario.
To view your Plant and Machinery Inspection reports, log into Rapallo’s Inspection System program, Trojan.
Classified Plant, Machinery and Pressure Vessel Inspections
Multidisciplinary Fixed / Mobile Plant and Machinery Expertise
Rapallo’s Inspectors are qualified and experienced across a broad range of fixed / mobile plant and machinery including classified plant, pressure vessel and boiler inspection.
Their experience & knowledge covers a range of inspection types from conducting regulatory authority statutory inspections, non-statutory inspections, duty of care inspections, pre-purchase & premobilisation inspections, accident / incident inspections of fixed & mobile plant / machinery and equipment. Our team also includes AICIP qualified inspectors for the inspection of pressure equipment.
Our team are well connected with the inspectors at WorkSafe and DMP and have been asked to contribute on the upcoming Work Health Safety (WHS) harmonisation legislation.
Why Choose Rapallo Inspectors and Reliability Engineers?
- We adopt a holistic approach, as opposed to tick and flick inspectors
- We minimise risk leading to added safety for employees and assets
- We are NATA accredited NDT technicians with mechanical and structural engineering expertise
- We utilise in-depth knowledge of Workplace Safety & Health legislation and applicable Australian Standars / Codes of Practice
- We identify a non-conformity and suggest & implement a solution saving time, money and lives
Our services include:
Statutory inspection of plant & machinery to satisfy & comply with regulations such as MSIR 1995, OS&HR 1996
Duty of Care or non-statutory inspections
Regulatory authority registration inspections
Plant management audits
High impact function (HIF) audits
Pressure vessel, boiler, air and gas receiver inspection and management (AICIP)
Lift and hoist inspections
Mobile elevated work platform (MEWP) inspections
Man cage inspections
Plant and machinery safety / asset risk assessments
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) / RPAS based asset inspection
Establishment of plant registers
Creation of plant equipment files / records and documentation of plant
Cloud Based Inspection Program
Trojan uses software that can link / attach the inspection reports to all the relevant documents pertaining to their plant and equipment. These include documents such as; design calculations, drawings, registration documents, individual registration documents, manufacturer’s data reports, operations and maintenance manuals.
- Plan and manage current / future inspections
- Maintain and manage inspection records
- Maintain and manage supporting documentation
Each capability only requiring minimal information or details of the plant of machinery.
Trojan has been very beneficial to our clients due to its simplicity and power as compared to similar systems (SAP, Pronto etc). It helps enhance management of inspections and inspection reports.
To view your Plant and Machinery Inspection reports, log into Rapallo’s Inspection System program, Trojan – Trojan Login
Western Australian legislation pertaining to Plant & Machinery operating on mine sites is covered by:
The Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 (MSIA – 1994) (MSIA 1994)
The Act details the duties of employers, employees & manufacturers applicable to all mining operations in WA. This Act is administered by the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) Resources Safety Division. Rapallo’s inspection services & inspection personnel are capable of assisting our clients to comply with the act.
The Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995 (MSIR – 1995) (MSIR 1995)
The Regulations spell-out details of statutory requirements for all mines operating in WA. The Rules for Plant on mine sites are detailed in Part 6 of these regulation with Classified Plant detailed in Part 6, Division 3, of the regulations. Rapallo’s inspection services & inspection personnel are capable of assisting our clients to comply with the regulations
Western Australia legislation pertaining to Plant & Machinery operating on general workplaces, industrial work places & construction sites is covered by:
The Occupational Safety & Health Act 1984 (OS&HA 1984)
The Act details the duties of employers, employees & manufacturers applicable to all general workplaces, industrial work places & construction sites operations in WA. This is administered by the Department of Commerce WorkSafe. Rapallo’s inspection services & inspection personnel are capable of assisting our clients to comply with the act.
The Occupational Safety & Health Regulations 1996 (OS&HR 1996)
These Regulations spell-out details of statutory requirements for all plant on general workplaces, industrial work places & construction sites operations in WA are detailed in Part 4, of these Regulations. Rapallo’s inspection services & inspection personnel are capable of assisting our clients to comply with the regulations