In May, ISQ began the inspection of load lifting equipment in the Santos Basin in Brazil. ISQ’s technical team is responsible for the inspection of cranes, lifeboat davits and also for carrying out load tests on cranes on board the Santos Basin platforms. The contract now starting will have a minimum duration of three years and aims to achieve a cooperation with Petrobras with a view to increasing availability and ensuring the safety of the operation of the offshore equipment. ISQ in Brazil operates in the Brazilian and South American market, offering integrated solutions to customers in the areas of integrity, remaining life assessment, advanced non-destructive testing, inspection of components in both the construction and shipping phase and technical support in the areas of quality, environment, safety and healthcare.
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We are a private Portuguese organization with over 50 years’ experience working in engineering, technical and regulatory inspections, training, and R&D and innovation. We work for several benchmark companies and organizations around the world, such as the ESA (European Space Agency) and Big Science projects CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire), ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) and the E-ELT (European Extremely Large Telescope).