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Oil & Gas Services

Written by Thursday, 30 August 2012 14:09 Published in OT SlideShow 0

AGA Ropeworks Oil & Gas technicians provide rope access inspection, maintenance, and repair services for power plants, oil refineries, processing plants and off-shore platforms. By using rope access instead of more traditional means like scaffolding, lifts and cranes, plant operators can realize significant savings.

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Inspection Services

Written by Thursday, 30 August 2012 14:06 Published in OT SlideShow 0

Along with our specialized inspection partners, AGA teams provide traditional and advanced inspection services. Traditional inspection methods include visual, ultrasonic, liquid penetrant, radiography and magnetic particle testing. Rope access is also a very cost effective way to deploy advanced inspection methods like acoustic emission and automated ultrasonics.

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Maintenance and Repair Services

Written by Thursday, 30 August 2012 14:06 Published in OT SlideShow 0

AGA deploys multi-disciplinary teams to complete a wide variety of projects that include welding, pipe-fitting, coating, electrical, and insulation. Rope access is also compatible with heavy lifting operations. The ease and efficiency of deploying rope access technology allows crane lifting operations to proceed unimpeded by scaffolding. AGA also has an exceptional safety record with incident rates well below general industry norms. Contact AGA to explore how we can lower your costs, improve your plant safety record, and deliver exceptional service.

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Training

Written by Saturday, 21 July 2012 08:33 Published in OT SlideShow 0

Personnel Competence is a key element in all aspects of AGA. Staff development is actively encouraged at all levels.

AGA has demonstrated commitment to its staff by achieving awards such as Investors in People.

When considering contract competency issues AGA has developed extensive and robust systems to ensure the client’s specific requirements are met or indeed exceeded.

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Certification and Competency

Written by Saturday, 21 July 2012 08:29 Published in OT SlideShow 0

Having being certified in accordance with a recognised scheme is not evidence of competency.

What defines competency? In general terms competency is defined as:

Education, formal training, independent assessment, relevant experience and finally attitude.

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