Inspector Q&A - Tony Beverley

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Tony Beverley is the latest NECIT inspector to take our rapid fire ‘Meet the Inspector’ Q&A.

1. How long have you been working as an inspector?

I have been working as Inspector since 2003.

2. What are your specialist skills and certifications?

I specialise in Mechanical Inspections.

3. What motivates you most about being an inspector and why?

I love my job, and there’s nothing better than the feeling of satisfaction when you know you’ve contributed to a project and helped deliver it on time. I understand that this is not always possible, but being able to use my experience to assist with obstacles and help solve problems is what makes it all worthwhile. Also, an added bonus about my role as an inspector is that I have had the chance to work with some great people.

4. What is the biggest challenge you’ve had as an inspector?

To be truthful, I can’t recall any major challenges. I guess maybe not getting to the vendor due to extreme weather has been a challenge I have faced in the past.

5. Why do you think Inspectors are so important in the world of engineering.

As Inspectors, we play an important part in the manufacturing process, ensuring parts are fit for purpose prior to dispatch. Without this, clients can be faced with dire results as a consequence of correct procedures not being followed. Inspectors are responsible in helping minimise this.

6. What do you think makes a top quality inspector and why?

Commitment and pride in what we do.

7. What is the most interesting project you’ve been involved in with NECIT Services and why?

All of them! I can’t pinpoint one in particular.

8. What do you like about working with the NECIT Services team and why?

NECIT are a professional team that keeps us informed and up to date with changes and new projects, whilst providing us with the opportunity to work on large projects where we can express and develop our skills.

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