I have always worked hard to impress and meet the requirements to satisfy management above me. I'm always climbing a never ending ladder to achieve goals and to obtain respect for my work. I started out as a fire watch right out of High school with a construction company that works on power plants. As the years progressed I grew to acknowledge welding and have high respect for anyone who can weld. I was offered a chance to take a free class with the company to learn the many difficult routes of welding and i also accomplished welding certificates such as Pipe welding, Tube welding and structural welding; but that didn't stop there. Years grew into what seemed like months I learned many routes in the construction industry such as pipe fitting, structural fitting, rigging, boiler making and finding my way around blue prints and drawings; but I was still so fascinated on welding that I wanted to dig even deeper into the whole process. I was determined to set out and become a Certified welding inspector. The beginning of 2019 I took a two week course at real educational services in Pascagoula, Ms and took evening classes at Morris Marine Consulting LLC in Mobile, Al to try to obtain a certification for welding inspection. After all the training I had a chance to take the three part test and I became a certified welding inspector. Currently I now have a job with American inspection services Contracted at SSAB steel mill inspecting welds on expansion bellows and re-pad stiffeners.
My responsibility as a combo welder is to make welds on stainless steel piping ranging in sizes from half inch pipe to four inch pipe. I am also required to obtain the correct filler metal for the base metal of the pipes, As my responsibility of being a pipe fitter is to make correct fit ups and adequate measurements. I also read blue prints and take field measurements.
My job as a boilermaker was configured into multiple different job titles and requirements including Tube welding, Pipe welding, Rigging, Pipe fitting, Structural welding, Structural fitting, Fire-watching and Physical labor. I first started with this company when I was 18 years old and worked my way up from Fire-watching to helper position and then to boiler maker responsibilities. I read blue prints to accomplish cuts and fits in the right locations on the job sight as well.
As a certified welding inspector on my current job i am to make sure all welds are correctly made accordingly to specifications for this specific job, as well as the fit ups on the installments. I am also checking the quality for the correct amount of paint (mils) and the correct way to apply the paint for the current job as well as applying the necessary codes for the certain type of work.
I took a two week course to try an obtain a CWI.
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