Admission to membership is at the discretion of all current INITA members and applicants must meet the following criteria:
Demonstrate genuine impartiality, independence and professional integrity in respect of the inspection services they provide. INITA members do not supply, install, maintain, repair, or refurbish any of the engineering plant and equipment they examine and test.
Demonstrate sufficient engineering knowledge, experience and qualifications, in order to be deemed competent in the eyes of the UK Health & Safety Executive (HSE) to practice in the UK engineering in-service inspection industry.
Provide evidence that they are appropriately insured, hold activity specific Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance, to properly cover their potential exposure to litigation in the event of a challenge to their professional diligence and/or competence, resulting from advice they provide to their clients.
Where appropriate, a documented health and safety policy, activity specific risk assessments and method statement evidence.
Ability to demonstrate absolute independence and impartiality
Sufficient engineering knowledge, experience and qualifications
Proof of professional indemnity and public liability insurances
Provide evidence of having activity specific Health and Safety Policy documents
Engineering specialists committed to providing focused statutory compliance examinations, testing and consulting services, designed to improve both standards of engineering plant maintenance and safety in the workplace.