Consultancy :: Vane Partners Limited


Ranging from very short-term to long-term projects in both onshore and offshore locations, we generate and manage a large pool of highly skilled and technical personnel that possess the relevant certifications and permits that allow for timely mobilization to work locations.

We have semi-skilled, skilled, and highly skilled and experts in wide range of technical and administrative fields for either part-time or permanent hire.

To be specific, we can at short notice deploy Pressure Experts, Water Jetting technicians, calibration experts, Instrumentation Engineers, Conventional and Advanced NDT personnel, IRATA certified Rope Access Technicians (L1,11 & 111), scaffold technicians and inspectors, abrasive and hydro blasters, industrial paint, applicators, NACE inspectors, Pressure Test Champions, Pipe fitters, rig electricians and mechanics.


Prior to performing hydro-blasting work, your employees must be trained on the hazards (including penetration of the skin by high pressure water), operating procedures, and maintenance of hydro-blasters. Training must include a demonstration of the cutting action of the high pressure water and of its ability to cut and penetrate the skin. This live demonstration will emphasize the potential hazard to the human body by actually cutting through a piece of lumber, concrete block, or rubber boot. Because of the infinitely variable uses for hydroblasting and the combinations of hydroblasting equipment and the inherent dangers involved with hydroblasting operations, all hydroblasting operators must have received training on each type of equipment used. Only authorized personnel may operate hydroblasting equipment. Obviously, if an accident should occur and water penetrates the skin, medical attention must be given immediately. Information and training also will address, besides the tremendous force of the water, hazards also include shock and electrical hazards, noise hazards, chemical release hazards, slip hazards, fall hazards, kick-back hazards, and visibility hazards.