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RH Mechanicals has served the nuclear and oil and gas industries in welding, fabrication, manufacturing, specialist recruitment and training services, for 25 years. Established in 1995 at Koeberg Nuclear Power Station, we presently hold ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 3834-2 certification.
As per the National Nuclear Regulator (NNR), RH Mechanicals has been approved to perform RD-0034 work.
We hold a BBBEE Level 2 certification and our workforce is primarily made up of skilled, semi-skilled and professionally qualified people from historically disadvantaged communities.
RH Mechanicals is rated as a Level 6ME company with the Construction Industry Board of Development (CIDB).
We have aligned our Integrated Quality Management system with the principles of ASME-NQA Level 1 (Nuclear Quality Assurance), to ensure that quality levels are rigorously maintained in environments such as the Koeberg Nuclear Power Station.
At Eskom we uphold the highest commitment to industrial and nuclear safety. We were recognised for this achievement with the prestigious NOSCAR award for safety – a standard we proudly continue to maintain.
Managing Director, Rhedewan Hassiem, receiving a “Zero Harm” award for excellence in safety
International requirements for a quality system that is consistently able to meet customer and regulatory requirements and is able to demonstrate continuous improvement.
European and International Standard of certification for welding excellence. It is a guarantee to our customers that we have an established quality assurance standard for our welded product. ISO 3834 assures compliance in the following 3 areas: An operative and established quality management system, a welding engineer with the appropriate responsibility and authority in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14731 and welders with the appropriate certification in accordance with EN 287-1, ISO 9606-2.
The National Nuclear Regulators requirements for quality and safety- to ensure that safety and quality is appropriately taken into account in all activities in the life cycle of nuclear installation.