Strike Group has developed and maintained an approved quality program that meets or exceeds the requirements of ASME and CSA. Additionally, Strike Group strives to set the bar high, meeting industry standards and customer specifications.
Strike Group upholds a quality program for the construction of pipelines while maintaining additional manuals outlining programs for electrical, instrumentation and pipeline construction. Strike Group has also established multi-plant certification through Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB).
Strike Group's QC department develops and maintains the documents, specifications and manuals which detail the quality control procedures throughout the organization. The Strike Group QC manual identifies the following procedures which support our standard turnover packages: Contract Review, Document Control, Material Control, Examination and Inspection Program, Welding, Non-Conformance, Measuring and Testing Equipment, Heat Treatment, Non– Destructive Examination, Pressure Tests, Record Retention, Audits and Training.
A copy of the table of contents for these manuals can be provided upon request.
The Strike Group team believes it has an ethical and moral obligation to ensure compliance with all government codes, customer specifications and Provincial Acts and Regulations. Strike Group strives to do everything that is reasonable and practical to ensure that adequate resources, including trained and skilled personnel, are provided in order to effectively implement the quality program.
Strike Group is also committed to providing and establishing a work environment that meets the highest level of industry standards while maintaining full compliance with jurisdictional legislation. Quality will never be compromised.
Strike Group's primary objective when it comes to quality is to complete all projects, utilizing all systems and processes established while keeping quality at the forefront.