Certification & Accreditation
At Seaspec Marine Services we’re proud of our reputation for industry excellence. As part of our commitment to upholding this reputation, all our work is carried out in strict compliance with industry expectations, operating under the standards outlined by the ISO 9001 framework, which ensures quality management systems are upheld in every area of our business, encompassing our facilities, people, training, services, and equipment.
We confidently guarantee all our work and take a procedure-driven approach to our project management to ensure we remain compliant with and adhere to the industry regulations and obligations of the National Standards for Commercial Vessels (NSCV), as implemented by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), responsible for the safety of vessels and seafarers who operate in the domestic commercial industry.
On an international level, we align ourselves with the technical standards and requirements that address maritime safety, environmental protection, and consistency, as outlined by The International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) in conjunction with the relevant classification society regulations
Seaspec Marine Service are proud members of the Australasian Institute of Marine Surveyors (AIMS) and the Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA), and our team regularly undertake ongoing training and professional development to ensure they remain abreast of industry trends and changes, as well as skills-development opportunities and new technological innovations.
Trade Qualifications & Certifications
Each member of Seaspec Marine Service’s team holds the necessary trade qualifications backed by a combination of experience and professionalism. With a minimum trade level of Certificate III Engineering, many of our employees are Diploma-level engineers across multiple trades, and have cross-trained in other marine-related disciplines to bring a combination of skill and versatility to our full suite of marine services.
To round out our resources, Managing Director, Jack Philps, is an Accredited Marine Surveyor, and a CSWIP Level 2 Welding Inspector. These additional qualifications allow Seaspec Marine Services to offer our clients a wide range of marine inspections, and non-destructive testing (NDT). Jack is fully qualified to undertake initial surveys of vessels for construction and alteration – hull, deck, superstructure, and machinery – with inspection services including: ultrasonic inspection, vacuum testing, dye penetrant inspection, and corrosion inspection.
Our clients expect and deserve the best from us – whether it’s our service, our workmanship, our facilities, or our after care. By committing to industry standards and regulations, and continuing to strive for excellence within our own professional practices, we’re confident we can meet your expectations every time.