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The Certification Board For Inspection Personnel (CBIP), established in the early 1980's, is responsible for providing certification for inspection personnel following competency assessment.

CBIP, an independent, non-profit making Incorporated Society, operates as a Worksafe New Zealand recognised Qualification Issuing Agency in accordance with Health and Safety in Employment, Pressure Equipment, Cranes and Passenger Ropeways (PECPR) Regulations 1999.

  CBIP Impartiality Statement

CBIP certified inspectors perform equipment inspection and non-destructive testing covering a wide range of industrial processing plant and equipment.


CBIP also provides certification of inspection personnel to other industrial sectors not covered by PECPR. 


Certification is carried out in accordance with the following international standards for:

 
  • ISO/IEC 17024:2003 - Conformity Assessment - General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons
  • AS 3998/ISO 9712 -  Non-Destructive Testing - Qualification and Certification of Personnel Non-destructive testing - Qualification of personnel for limited applications of non-destructive testing
  • AS 4635:2004 /ISO 20807:2004 Non-destructive testing - Qualification of personnel for limited application of non-destructive testing
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CBIP is managed by an elected Governance Board.  Portfolios are allocated to each board member to ensure accountability for all CBIP activities.


A Scheme Committee and Approvals Committee provide technical advice, support and assessment of candidates applying for certification.


CBIP employs a Business Manager to provide Business Management functions, support to the Board, Committees and CBIP Members.

CBIP Governance Bord CBIP Scheme Committee Approvals Committee