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Quality Manual
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Company Profile
Since our founding in 1971, Technical Industries, Inc. has become a recognized leader
in ultrasonic pipe inspection technology. Services include full-length electromagnetic
inspection for oil-field pipe and equipment and full length ultrasonic inspection systems
for new and used drill pipe, tubing, casing and
line-pipe.


Wet or dry MPI (Magnetic Particle Inspection);
PT (Dye Penetrant Testing) or UT SEA
(Ultrasonic Testing of the end areas) of plain end
and threaded connections, including drill collars
and drilling rig inspection; mill systems and mill
surveillance; testing and consulting services.


Technical Industries, Inc. experienced engineers and technicians, design and
manufacture the most advanced ultrasonic pipe inspection equipment used in the world
today. Used by the world's largest steel mills and preferred by the world's largest oil
companies, this pipe inspection equipment is the most tested and approved system in
the industry. Our ultrasonic inspection systems have repeatedly shown to have superior
flaw detection capabilities. Technical Industries, Inc., was the first company to design
and provide the ultrasonic inspection Data Evaluation Software, enabling the worlds
largest oil companies to meticulously scrutinize their
inspected pipe in order to safely drill and complete
the world's most critical wells.

Our most recent addition to advanced inspection
technology is our Visonic 3-D Virtual Imaging
Systems, which also includes full-length pipe OD
Measuring/Ovality Determination, Visonic String Builder and Pipe Straightness
Determination. Cross-sectional area (CSA) is measured each inch helix along the
entire pipe length, allowing the customer several choices in determining the strength of
the pipe material including the use of minimum CSA, 64-point moving average and
minimum remaining wall. Pipe wall thickness and OD measurements can be viewed in
3-D imagery. The Visonic technology when used with the proper algorithm will allow
the user to calculate burst, collapse, and tensile strength of the pipe material.



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Our ultrasonic systems have the largest OD and pipe length inspection capabilities in
the industry for plain end and threaded pipe, and the deepest penetration capability
offered for wall thickness measurement. Our large inspection facility, located in
Houston, Texas provides excellent pipe and equipment storage and maintenance
services.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 General .................................................................................................................... 6
1.1 Purpose and scope........................................................................................... 6
1.2 Application ........................................................................................................ 6
1.3 Applicable standards......................................................................................... 6
1.4 Definitions and acronyms.................................................................................. 6
2 Responsibilities ........................................................................................................ 7
3 Quality Statement..................................................................................................... 8
4 Quality management system.................................................................................... 9
4.1 General requirements ....................................................................................... 9
4.2 Documentation Requirements......................................................................... 11
4.2.1 General .................................................................................................... 11
4.2.2 Quality Manual ......................................................................................... 11
4.2.3 Control of Documents .............................................................................. 11
4.2.4 Control of Records................................................................................... 12
5 Management Responsibility ................................................................................... 12
5.1 Management Commitment.............................................................................. 12
5.2 Customer Focus.............................................................................................. 13
5.3 Quality Policy .................................................................................................. 13
5.4 Planning.......................................................................................................... 13
5.4.1 Quality Objectives.................................................................................... 13
5.4.2 Quality Management System Planning.................................................... 13
5.5 Responsibility, Authority and Communication................................................. 14
5.5.1 Responsibility and Authority..................................................................... 14
5.5.2 Management Representative................................................................... 14
5.5.3 Internal Communication........................................................................... 14
5.6 Management Review...................................................................................... 14
5.6.1 General .................................................................................................... 14
5.6.2 Review Input ............................................................................................ 15
5.6.3 Review Outputs ....................................................................................... 15
6 Resource Management .......................................................................................... 15
6.1 Provision of Resources ................................................................................... 15
6.2 Human Resources .......................................................................................... 16
6.2.1 General .................................................................................................... 16
6.2.2 Competence, Awareness and Training.................................................... 16
6.3 Infrastructure................................................................................................... 16
6.4 Work Environment .......................................................................................... 16
7 Service Realization ................................................................................................ 17
7.1 Planning and Service Realization ................................................................... 17
7.2 Customer Related Processes ......................................................................... 17
7.2.1 Determination of Requirements Related to the service............................ 17
7.2.2 Review of Requirements Related to the service ...................................... 17
7.2.3 Customer Communication ....................................................................... 18

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7.3 Design and Development................................................................................ 18
7.4 Purchasing...................................................................................................... 19
7.4.1 Purchasing Process................................................................................. 19
7.4.2 Purchasing Information............................................................................ 19
7.4.3 Verification of Purchased Product/Service............................................... 20
7.5 Service Provision ............................................................................................ 20
7.5.1 Control of Service Delivery ...................................................................... 20
7.5.2 Validation of Processes for Service Provision.......................................... 21
7.5.3 Identification and Traceability .................................................................. 21
7.5.4 Customer Property................................................................................... 22
7.5.5 Preservation of Product ........................................................................... 22
7.6 Control of Monitoring and Measuring Devices ................................................ 22
8 Measurement, Analysis and Improvement ............................................................. 23
8.1 General ........................................................................................................... 23
8.2 Monitoring and Measurement ......................................................................... 23
8.2.1 Customer Satisfaction.............................................................................. 23
8.2.2 Internal Audit............................................................................................ 24
8.2.3 Monitoring and Measurement of Processes............................................. 24
8.2.4 Monitoring and Measurement of Services................................................ 25
8.3 Control of Non-conforming Material/Service ................................................... 25
8.4 Analysis of Data.............................................................................................. 26
8.5 Improvement ................................................................................................... 27
8.5.1 Continual Improvement............................................................................ 27
8.5.2 Corrective Action ..................................................................................... 27
8.5.3 Preventive Action..................................................................................... 27
9 Documented Procedures ....................................................................................... 29
10 Revision History and Distribution Information..................................................... 30
10.1.1 Distribution Information............................................................................ 30


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1 General
1.1 Purpose and scope
This Quality Manual describes the Quality Management System (QMS) implemented
by Technical Industries, Inc. This manual and the system and processes it describes
serve to ensure that the QMS conforms to Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Policy,
ISO 9001:2008, and all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements for the:

Developer of non-destructive inspection technologies and services for Drill Pipe,
Tubing, Casing, Line-Pipe, Landing Strings and OCTG used for petroleum
exploration, production, storage, and delivery.

1.2 Application
Where any requirements of ISO 9001:2008 cannot be applied due to the nature of
Technical Industries, Inc. activities, they have been considered for exclusion.

7.3 Design and Development.
Technical Industries, Inc. takes exclusion from this clause due to the fact that the
services it provides to its customers do not include nor require design processes.

Wherever the term product occurs, service is also implied. Service is defined as all
processes and the desired outcome utilized by Technical Industries, Inc.

The documented procedures of the quality management system are listed on page
28. As applicable, where no documented procedure is required a brief description of
the activities carried out is provided.
1.3 Applicable standards
ANSI/ISO/ASQ/ Q9001: 2008
ANSI/ISO/ASQ/ Q9000: 2005

1.4 Definitions and acronyms

Top Management: The CEO and / or the CEOs Designee
QMS: Quality Management System

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2 Responsibilities
The CEO is responsible for establishing the quality policy and approving the Quality
Manual.
The Top Management is responsible for appointing a Management Representative
by issuing an official letter of appointment. The appointed Management
Representative who irrespective of other responsibilities has responsibility and
authority that includes:
a) ensuring that the processes needed for the quality management system are
established, implemented and maintained;
b) reporting to the CEO on the performance of the quality management system
and any need for improvements, and
c) ensuring the promotion of awareness of customer requirements throughout
Technical Industries, Inc.
All managers are responsible for ensuring that customer concerns and complaints
are addressed, and customers receive attention to meet their requirements and
enhance their satisfaction.
Managers will participate in determining the necessary characteristics for job
descriptions and determining the need for new personnel.
All managers are responsible for ensuring personnel pertaining to their areas of
responsibility receive the proper induction and training and comply with the
established procedures.
Managers are responsible for participating in the review processes of documents,
recommending changes or the creation of a new document if necessary for continual
improvement and ensuring that the latest revision of documents is being used.
All employees are responsible for applying the Quality Policy to their activities.

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3 Quality Statement


Quality Statement


Technical Industries, Inc. employees are committed to excellence in all services that
we offer. We continually strive to:
Lead the industry in NDT technologies, research, the advancement of data
collection and data enhancement information services.
Continually improve our processes, services, workforce, and the effectiveness
of our Quality Management System.
Provide our customers with the latest technology and inspection service
available.
Meet or exceed our customers expectations.
Technical Industries, Inc. believes that quality service is a reflection of the
organization. We believe that quality is a process of continuous improvement
required to maintain our present position, and a path to attaining our goal of
being the industry leader in advanced inspection technology and services.



George M Sfeir
The Quality Policy signed by the CEO August 9, 2006


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4 Quality management system

4.1 General requirements
Technical Industries, Inc. has established, documented, implemented and maintains
a quality management system and continually improves its effectiveness in
accordance with ISO 9001:2008.
Technical Industries, Inc.:
a) determines the processes needed for the quality management system and
their application throughout Technical Industries, Inc.;
b) determines the sequence and interaction of these processes;
c) determines criteria and methods to ensure that both the operation and control
of these processes are effective;
d) ensures the availability of resources and information necessary to support the
operation and monitoring of these processes;
e) monitors, measures where applicable and analyzes these processes, and
f) implements actions necessary to achieve planned results and continual
improvement.
These processes are managed by Technical Industries, Inc. in accordance with the
requirements of ISO 9001:2008.
Where Technical Industries, Inc. chooses to outsource any process that affects
product conformity with requirements Technical Industries, Inc. ensures control over
such processes. An outsourced process is any process that Technical Industries,
Inc. needs for the QMS and chooses to have performed by an external party.

Control of such outsourced processes is identified within the quality management
system.

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Continual Improvement of the Quality Management System
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Link to Process Identification Flowchart.

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4.2.2
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4.2 Documentation Requirements
General
The documentation of the Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Management System
includes:
a) documented statements of quality policy and quality objectives;
b) this Quality Manual;
c) documented procedures required by ISO 9001:2008;
d) documents needed to ensure effective planning, operations and process
control;
e) records required by our QMS and ISO 9001:2008.
Quality Manual
This Quality Manual has been established, it is maintained and includes:
a) the scope of the quality management system, including details of and
justification for any exclusions per the application section on page 6;
b) reference to the documented procedures established for the system;
c) a description of the processes of the quality management system.

This manual identifies the primary processes of the QMS. Specific flowcharts of key
processes have been developed and are part of procedures when and where
necessary.


Control of Documents

Technical Industries, Inc. has established and maintains procedures to control and
identify all documents and data related to the quality system, including external
documents and data.
Records are a special type of documents and are controlled according to the
requirements given in 4.2.4.
The QMS documentation is comprised of the following types of documentation:
a) Quality Manual;
b) Operating Procedures;
c) Work Instructions;
d) Drawings and standards/mill codes/specifications/customer requests
e) Production and quality plans (work orders, inspections checklists).


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A documented procedure has been established to define the controls to:
a) approve documents for adequacy prior to issue;
b) review and update as necessary and re-approve documents;
c) ensure that changes and the current revision status of documents are
identified;
d) ensure that relevant versions of applicable documents are available at point
of use;
e) ensure that documents remain legible and readily identifiable;
f) ensure that documents of external origin needed for the planning and
operation of QMS, such as industry standards and customer drawings are
identified and their distribution controlled, and
g) to prevent the unintended use of obsolete documents, and to apply suitable
identification to them if they are retained for any purpose.

Control of Records
Records demonstrate achievement of the required quality and effective operation of
the quality management system. Records remain legible, readily identifiable and
retrievable. A documented procedure has been established to define the controls
needed for the identification, storage, protection, retrieval, retention time and
disposition of records.
Quality Assurance ensures the maintenance of quality records (including pertinent
vendor records), as to provide documentary evidence that the product and services
conform to requirements specified by applicable industry codes, standards, product
specifications and customer requirements.
Record retention is identified, and customer related records are kept for a minimum
period of five (5) years or as requested by the customer.

5 Management Responsibility

5.1 Management Commitment
The Top Management of Technical Industries, Inc. is the driving force in
implementing, maintaining and improving the effectiveness of the QMS. Evidence of
the Top Managements commitment is provided by:
a) communicating to all employees the importance of meeting customer as well
as statutory and regulatory requirements. Meeting minutes, training records,
annual company report, are some examples;

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b) establishing the quality policy;
c) ensuring that quality objectives are established;
d) conducting management review ,and
e) ensuring the availability of resources.

5.2 Customer Focus
Top Management ensures that customer requirements are determined and are met
with the aim of enhancing customer satisfaction. This includes assisting customers
to determine the right products, performance requirements and/or specifications for
a specific application.
This is accomplished utilizing such methods as market/customer surveys, vendor
qualification reports, telephone calls, and sales reports.

5.3 Quality Policy
The CEO ensures that the Quality Policy / Statement
a) is appropriate to the purpose of Technical Industries, Inc.
b) includes a commitment to comply with requirements and continually improve
the effectiveness of the quality management system;
c) provides a framework for establishing and reviewing quality objectives;
d) is communicated and understood within Technical Industries, Inc., and
e) is reviewed for continuing suitability.

5.4 Planning
Quality Objectives
The CEO and the Management Team ensure that the quality objectives including
those needed to meet requirements for service are established at relevant functions
and levels of Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Objectives are measurable and
consistent with the quality policy.

Quality Management System Planning
Planning relative to the Technical Industries, Inc. QMS is carried out in order to meet
the requirements given in 4.1 of the system as well as the quality objectives.

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5.5.3
5.6.1
Planning ensures that any change in the QMS is conducted in a controlled manner
and that the integrity of the system is maintained during the change.

5.5 Responsibility, Authority and Communication

Responsibility and Authority
Top Management ensures that responsibilities and authorities are defined and
communicated within Technical Industries, Inc. These responsibilities and
authorities are communicated through an organizational chart, job descriptions, and
documented procedures and work instructions.
Management Representative
The Top Management appointed Management Representative in Houston, Texas
has the defined authority and responsibility to:
a) establish, implement and maintain processes needed for the quality
management system;
b) report to Top Management on the performance of the quality system and any
need for improvement, and
c) ensure the promotion of awareness of customer requirements throughout the
organization.
Internal Communication
Top Management ensures that appropriate communication processes are
established within Technical Industries, Inc., and that communication takes place
regarding the effectiveness of the QMS. This communication may take the form of
team briefings, meetings, notice boards (graphs or other news), e-mails and/or
formal reports.

5.6 Management Review

General
The CEO, the Management Representative in Houston, Texas and the Management
Team review the QMS annually to ensure its continuing suitability, adequacy, and

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effectiveness. The review assesses opportunities for improvement and the need for
changes to the QMS, the adequacy of the quality policy and the quality objectives.
Review Input
Input to the management review includes information on:
a) results of audits;
b) customer feedback;
c) process performance and product conformity;
d) status of preventive and correction actions;
e) follow-up actions from previous management reviews;
f) planned changes that could affect the quality management system; and
g) recommendations for improvements.
Review Outputs
The output from the management review includes decisions and actions related to:
a) improvement of the effectiveness of the QMS and its process;
b) improvement of product related to customer requirements, and
c) resource needs.
Records of the management review are maintained in the form of meeting minutes
cross referenced to any corrective and preventive actions issued.

6 Resource Management

6.1 Provision of Resources
The Operations Superintendent in Houston, Texas is responsible to ensure that
resource needs are identified and proposed to Top Management. The CEO is
responsible for providing resources needed:
a) to implement and maintain the QMS and continually improve its effectiveness,
and
b) to enhance customer satisfaction by meeting or exceeding customer
requirements.
These resources include, but are not limited to:
a) people;
b) infrastructure;
c) work environment;
d) information;
e) suppliers;

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f) natural resources, and
g) financial resources.
6.2 Human Resources
General
Personnel performing work affecting service quality is competent on the basis of
appropriate education, training, skills and experience.
Competence, Training and Awareness
Technical Industries, Inc.:
a) determines the necessary competence for personnel performing work
affecting product conformity to requirements. This is done through resumes,
records of qualifications, reviews, and observations as sources of grading
competency to the required job description.
b) where applicable, provides training or takes other actions to satisfy these
needs;
c) evaluates the effectiveness of the actions taken;
d) ensures that personnel are aware of the relevance and importance of their
activities and how they contribute to the achievement of the quality objectives,
and
d) maintains appropriate records of education, training, skills and experience.

6.3 Infrastructure
Technical Industries, Inc. determines, provides and maintains the infrastructure
needed to achieve conformity to product requirements. Infrastructure includes, but
is not limited to the following:
a) buildings, workspace associated utilities;
b) process equipment, to include any required software and hardware; and
c) supporting services such as transport, communication or information systems.
6.4 Work Environment
The Operations Superintendent, in consultation with Technical Industries, Inc.
employees, determines and manages the work environment needed to achieve
conformity to product requirements.
Work Environment relates to those conditions under which work is performed
including physical, environmental and other factors (such as noise, temperature,
humidity, lightning or weather).


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7 Service Realization

7.1 Planning and Service Realization
Technical Industries, Inc. plans and develops the processes needed for
product/service realization. Planning of service realization is consistent with the
requirements of the other processes of the QMS.

In planning service realization, Technical Industries, Inc. determines the following, as
appropriate:

a) quality objectives and requirements for the service;
b) the need to establish processes, documents and provide resources specific to
the product;
c) required verification, validation, monitoring, measurement and inspection
specific to the service and the criteria of acceptance;
d) records to provide evidence that the realization process and the resulting
service meet requirements;
The output of this planning is in a form suitable for the Technical Industries, Inc.
method of operation.
7.2 Customer Related Processes
Determination of Requirements Related to the service
Technical Industries, Inc. determines:
a) requirements specified by the customer, including the requirements for
delivery (i.e. timing, mode, packaging, etc.) and post-delivery activities;
b) requirements not stated by the customer but necessary for specified or
intended use where known;
c) statutory and regulatory requirements applicable to the product; and
d) any additional requirements considered necessary by Technical Industries,
Inc.

Review of Requirements Related to the service
Sales and/or competent personnel review the requirements related to the service
prior to a commitment from Technical Industries, Inc. to supply a service to the

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customer (i.e. submission of tenders, acceptance of contracts or orders, acceptance
of changes to contracts or orders) and ensures that:
a) service requirements are defined;
b) contract or order requirements differing from those previously expressed are
resolved, and,
c) Technical Industries, Inc. has the ability to meet the requirements.

Records of the results of the review and actions arising from the review are
maintained.
If the customer provides no documented statement of any requirement, the
customers requirements are confirmed by Technical Industries, Inc. before
acceptance. In the case of verbal orders, the person taking the order confirms the
client requirements are correct and enters them on the sales order, or directly into
the computer.
Where service requirements are changed, Technical Industries, Inc. ensures that
relevant documents are amended and that relevant personnel (i.e. operations, and
shipping, as applicable) are aware of the changed requirements.


Customer Communication
The Account Executive is responsible to determine and implement effective
arrangements for communicating with customers in relation to:
a) service information (through outside sales, telephone communication,
brochures, and web page);
b) inquiries, contracts or order handling, including amendments (through web
page, order desk, emails and faxes);
c) customer planned feedback (sales reports, customer meetings and surveys),
and
d) unplanned feedback (customer complaints and returns).

7.3 Design and Development
Technical Industries, Inc. has excluded Design and Development from its quality
management system due to the fact that the service it provides does not require this
process to satisfy customer and QMS requirements.


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7.4 Purchasing

Purchasing Process
The Operations Superintendent and/or designee are responsible for ensuring that
purchased products or services conform to specified purchase requirements. The
type and extent of control applied to the supplier and the purchased product or
service is dependent upon the effect of the purchased product or service on
subsequent product realization or the final product. Suppliers that have an effect on
Technical Industries, Inc. processes will be listed on the critical vendor list.
Technical Industries, Inc. evaluates suppliers on this list based on their ability to
supply products in accordance to Technical Industries, Inc. requirements. Approved
suppliers that manufacture for Technical Industries, Inc. to drawings and
specifications, and perform associated services, require one or more of the following
evaluations as:
a) on-site assessment and evaluation of suppliers facility, capability and quality
system, or
b) documented assessment of suppliers procedures and practices; or
c) evidence of a current registration to ISO 9001:2008, API Q1 Spec, or
equivalent; or
d) evaluation of product samples.
Methods of supplier evaluation for suppliers that deliver standard off-the-shelf
products (IE: Packaging Supplies) include, but are not limited to:
a) completion of QA questionnaire; or
b) past experience with similar supplies from the supplier; or
c) evaluation of product samples, or
d) testimony of other users.
Quality performance of vendors is ensured by inspection of product upon delivery or
at vendor's facility and continuous review of vendor's conformance to specified
requirements. Records of the results of these evaluations and any necessary
actions resulting from these evaluations are maintained. As of the implementation
date of the QMS, Technical Industries, Inc. considers the current supplier base as
being approved.
Purchasing Information
Technical Industries, Inc. uses a two-step procedure for creating purchase orders. A
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then entered into an electronic database stored on the company server. The record
of each PO is kept in this database.


Purchasing documents describe the product or service to be purchased including
where appropriate:
a) requirements for approval of product, procedures, processes,
and equipment, (calibration procedures, electronic systems);
b) requirements for the qualification of personnel;
c) QMS requirements.
Purchase requirements are reviewed prior to communication to the supplier and
personnel responsible for the review are identified in the purchasing documents.

Verification of Purchased Product/Service
Technical Industries, Inc. has established and implemented the inspection or other
activities necessary for ensuring that purchased product/service meets specified
purchase requirements. Specific application is verified via receiving inspection.
Purchased capital items are recorded in the company inventory database with a TI
number assigned.
Technical Industries, Inc. has established inspection criteria that are identified on
records to determine the type of inspection required and the authority for release.
Determining factors for inspection criteria may include type of product or service,
control exercised at customers or suppliers premises and records of conformance.
Where Technical Industries, Inc. or its customer intends to perform verification at the
suppliers premises, Technical Industries, Inc. will state the intended verification
arrangements and method of product release in the purchasing information.

7.5 Service Provision

Control of Service Delivery
Technical Industries, Inc. plans and carries out the service provision under controlled
conditions. Controlled conditions include, as applicable:

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a) the sales order which contains or references information that describes the
characteristics of the service;
b) work instructions for personnel performing complex or critical operations;
c) the use of suitable equipment;
d) the availability and use of monitoring and measuring devices;
e) the implementation of monitoring and measurement, and
f) the implementation of release, delivery and post-delivery activities.
The Operations Superintendent and/or designee are responsible for scheduling,
proper use and operation of the production processes.

Validation of Processes for Service Provision
Technical Industries, Inc. validates any process used in service provision, where the
resulting output cannot be verified by subsequent monitoring or measurement. This
includes any processes where deficiencies become apparent only after the
customers material is in use or the service has been delivered.
Such processes are validated to demonstrate that the special process can achieve
planned results.
The Operations Superintendent or designee is responsible for establishing
arrangements for these processes including, as applicable:
a) defining the criteria for review and approval of a special process;
b) approval of any equipment and qualification of personnel;
c) use of specific methods and procedures;
d) requirements for records;
e) revalidation requirements, and
f) approval by customer representative.

Identification and Traceability
Technical Industries, Inc. maintains the identification of customer furnished materials
and product throughout all stages of inspection, storage and delivery, as required to
meet customer requirements ensuring the identification is maintained and
transferred back onto material if removed.
Material status with respect to monitoring and measurement requirements
throughout product realization are identified on the work order.
If specifically requested by the customer, a unique number will be assigned,
recorded and records maintained when traceability is specified or required.

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7.5.4
7.5.5
Customer Property
Technical Industries, Inc. ensures that customer property provided for inspection is
identified, verified, protected and safeguarded. Any occurrence of loss, damage,
deterioration or unsuitability of customer-property, including customer data, is
recorded on a non-conformance report and reported back to the customer. Technical
Industries, Inc. maintains the identification and traceability of customer supplied
property as in section 7.5.3.
Preservation of Product
Technical Industries, Inc. preserves the integrity of material during internal
processing and delivery to the intended destinations. This preservation also applies
to the constituent parts of a product.
This preservation includes:
a) identification: product is positively identified through the process (i.e. marked,
tagged, serialized, stamped, stenciled etc);
b) handling: all products are handled in a manner to prevent damage or
deterioration, using the proper handling equipment;
c) packaging: customer furnished product is packaged per Technical Industries,
Inc. work instruction or per customer specified requirements;
d) storage: customer furnished material is placed in a designated storage area, so
as to prevent damage or deterioration pending use or delivery; and
e) protection: customer furnished material is appropriately preserved to prevent
deterioration pending use or delivery according to Technical Industries specs or
customers request.

7.6 Control of Monitoring and Measuring Equipment
Technical Industries, Inc. determines the monitoring and measurement to be
undertaken and the monitoring and measurement equipment needed to provide
evidence of the conformity of the inspection to determined requirements.
Quality Assurance has established processes to ensure that monitoring and
measurement using these instruments can be and is carried out in a manner that is
consistent with the monitoring and measurement requirements.
Where necessary to ensure valid results, measuring equipment is :
a) calibrated or verified, or both, at specified intervals, or prior to use, against
measurement standards traceable to national or international standards.
Where no such standard exists, the basis for calibration or verification is
recorded;
b) adjusted or re-adjusted as necessary;

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8.2.1
c) have identification in-order to determine its calibration status;
d) safe guarded from adjustment that would invalidate the measurement result,
and
e) protected from damage and deterioration during handling, maintenance and
storage.
When equipment is found not to conform to requirements, previous measuring
results are assessed to determine if they have been compromised. Records are
maintained of any appropriate action that was taken on the equipment and any
material affected. Records of the results of calibration and verification of individual
instruments are maintained.
8 Measurement, Analysis and Improvement

8.1 General
Technical Industries, Inc. has planned and implemented the monitoring,
measurement and improvement processes needed to:
a) demonstrate conformity of the product / service to requirements;
b) ensure conformity of the QMS, and
c) to continually improve the effectiveness of the QMS.
This includes determination of applicable methods, including statistical techniques,
and the extent of their use. Statistical or other measurement techniques may be
applied to establish plans for future inspections and testing.
8.2 Monitoring and Measurement
Customer Satisfaction
As one of the measurements of performance of the QMS, Technical Industries, Inc.
monitors information pertaining to customer perception as to whether Technical
Industries, Inc. has fulfilled customer requirements. A number of different methods
are used to monitor customer satisfaction.
These methods include but are not limited to:
a) customer survey;
b) direct customer feedback, and
c) customer interviews/meetings.
In addition to the above, customer complaints are also monitored. The use of the
results of customer satisfaction-monitoring includes, but is not limited to:
a) input into management review process;
b) setting company objectives;

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8.2.3
c) modifying processes, and
d) increasing sales.
8.2.2 Internal Audit
Technical Industries, Inc. conducts internal audits at least once a year to determine
whether the QMS:
a) conforms to planned arrangements, to the requirements of
ISO 9001:2008 and to the QMS requirements established by Technical
Industries, Inc., and
b) is effectively implemented and maintained.
Quality Assurance is responsible for planning audits taking into consideration the
status and importance of the processes and areas to be audited, as well as the
results of previous audits. The audit criteria, scope, frequency and methods are
defined. Selection of auditors and conduct of audits ensure objectivity and
impartiality of the audit process and confirm that auditors do not audit their own
work.
A documented procedure has been established to define responsibilities and
requirements for planning and conducting audits, and for reporting results and
maintaining records.

When nonconforming conditions are identified, the manager responsible for the
affected area or activity is requested to propose and implement a corrective action
without undue delay to eliminate the detected nonconformities and its causes.
Follow-up activities include the verification of the actions taken and the reporting of
verification results.
Monitoring and Measurement of Processes
Technical Industries, Inc. applies suitable methods for monitoring and, where
applicable, measurement of the QMS processes. These methods demonstrate the
ability of the processes to achieve planned results. When planned results are not
achieved, correction and corrective action is taken as appropriate.
The measurement of the processes may come in the form of inspection data,
customer surveys, customer complaints, statistical samples, and internal audits.
This information may be reviewed any time there is a perceived problem with the
processes, but is reviewed during regular management meetings and at the
Management Review.


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8.2.4 Monitoring and Measurement of Services
Technical Industries, Inc. monitors and measures the characteristics of the service
provided to verify that material requirements, as detailed in the work order, have
been met. This is accomplished through:
1. Receiving Inspection
Received materials are first subjected to a visual receiving inspection by the
Shipper/Receiver, and customer representative if present. Critical or special
materials are subject to a more detailed quality inspection per Technical Industries,
Inc.s receiving instructions and/or the 3rd party representative.
2. In-Process Inspections and Testing
In-process inspections and testing are specified on the work order accompanying
the customers material during its inspection. The inspections are performed by the
inspection personnel, unless otherwise indicated. The in-process inspection verifies
that an operation was performed satisfactorily or reports are received, and the
material can pass to the next processing stage unless under recall or rejected
material procedures. A third party observer may witness this stage of the inspection
process on behalf of the customer.
3. Final Inspection
The authority identified by the inspection level as indicated on the work order
traveler, is carried out on all complete inspections. Prior to release, personnel
ensure all inspections and tests have been completed and documentation is
available and authorized, unless otherwise approved by the Operations
Superintendent, and where applicable the customer.
Material release and service delivery does not proceed until all the planned
arrangements have been satisfactorily completed, unless otherwise approved by the
CEO and where applicable by the customer.
Evidence of conformity with the acceptance criteria is maintained. Records indicate
the person(s) authorizing release of material.
8.3 Control of Non-conforming Material/Service
The Operations Superintendent is responsible for ensuring that non-conforming
material or service is clearly identified and quarantined/segregated to prevent its
inadvertent use or shipment until such time as the material is reviewed and a
disposition determined. The Operations Superintendent is responsible for the review
and disposition of all non-conforming material and a documented procedure has

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been establish to establish requirements to deal with nonconforming product /
service.
The Operations Superintendent, when applicable, reviews all non-conformances and
the non-conforming material is dealt with in one or more of the following ways:
a) by taking action to reject the non-conforming material;
b) by authorizing its use, release or acceptance under concession from the CEO
and where applicable by the customer representative;
c) by taking action to provide information to the customer to preclude its original
intended use or application.
When an external defect is detected and the material is ground out, it will be subject
to re-verification to demonstrate conformity to customer requirements or
specifications.
When non-conforming material is detected after shipment or use has started,
Technical Industries, Inc. takes action appropriate to the effects, or potential effects,
of the non-conformity. This action could take the form of recall of material inspected,
notification to customers, or any other action deemed necessary.
Records of the nature of nonconformities and any subsequent actions taken,
including concessions obtained, are maintained.

8.4 Analysis of Data
Technical Industries, Inc. determines, collects and analyzes data to demonstrate the
suitability and effectiveness of the QMS and to evaluate where continual
improvement of the effectiveness of the system can be made. Sources of data may
include, but are not limited to:
a) customer satisfaction;
b) conformity to product / service requirements;
c) characteristics and trends of processes and inspections including
opportunities for preventive actions; and
d) suppliers.
The Management Review Team is responsible for identifying statistical or other
measurement techniques needs. The result of this analysis is reviewed, at a
minimum, during the management review process.

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8.5.1
8.5.2
8.5.3
8.5 Improvement
Continual Improvement
Technical Industries, Inc. continually improves the effectiveness of the QMS through
use of the quality policy, quality objectives, audit results, analysis of data, corrective
and preventive actions and quality management reviews.
The Management team reviews this information at the annual Management Review
to determine any improvements to the QMS.
Corrective Action
Action is taken to eliminate the cause of non-conformities in order to prevent
recurrence. Corrective Actions are appropriate to the effects of the nonconformities
encountered and controls are applied to ensure that corrective actions are
implemented and that they are effective.
A documented procedure has been established to define requirements for:
a) reviewing nonconformities (including customer complaints);
b) determining the cause of the nonconformities during the above review;
c) evaluating the need for action to ensure that nonconformities do not recur;
d) determining and implementing action needed;
e) records of the results of action taken; and
f) reviewing corrective actions taken.
Anyone in the company may propose corrective actions, but only Top Management
can authorize and request their implementation.
Each corrective action is tracked and reviewed by Quality Assurance to determine if
the corrective action has been implemented and if it is effective.

Preventive Action
Processes, work operations, concessions, quality records, audit results, service
reports, employee suggestions, customer feedback and customer complaints are
analyzed to detect any sources of potential nonconformities and preventive actions
are implemented before problems develop.
Preventive Actions are appropriate to the effects of the potential problems. Anyone
in the company may propose preventive actions, but only Top Management can
authorize and request their implementation.
A documented procedure has been established to define the requirements for:

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a) determining potential nonconformities and their causes;
b) evaluating the need for action to prevent occurrence of nonconformities;
c) determining and implementing action needed;
d) records of results of action taken, and
e) reviewing of preventive actions taken after a determined time frame to
ensure effective implementation.


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9 Documented Procedures

Technical Industries, Inc. has established the following documented procedures as
required by ISO 9001:2008 and Technical Industries, Inc. quality management system.

Document Control P-4.2.3-1
Control of Records P-4.2.4-1
Management Review P-5.6-1
Competence Awareness and Training P-6.2-1
Supplier Qualification P-7.2.4-1
Control of Monitoring and Measuring P-7.6.1
Customer Satisfaction Survey P-8.1-0
Internal Audit P-8.2.2-1
Control of Nonconforming material / service P-8.3-1
Corrective / Preventive Actions P-8.5-1




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10 Revision History and Distribution Information
Revision Nature of change Date
A First Issue with requirements of ISO 9001:2000 08/03/06
B Added company information, modified wording on
application, provision of resources and monitoring
and measuring devices.
10/26/06
C Edited sections 1.2, 2, 5.5.2, 6.1 to reflect change
in new ISO Management Representative.
Reworded Operations Manager to Operations
Superintendent throughout the Manual.
03/05/07
D Transitioned from ISO 9001:2000 to ISO
9001:2008 based upon the guidelines issued by
ISO and IAF.
Reworded section 6.2 to correct MCNA CAR#3
11/01/09

10.1.1 Distribution Information

Controlled copies are updated in accordance with section 4.2.3 of this Manual.
This Manual will be reviewed for continual improvement, as required.
Electronic version maintained in the Intranet.

Number Location
Original CEOs office
Copy 1 Master Copy Management Representatives office
Copy 2 Shop
Copy 3 Consultant, Conformance and Training


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Quality Objectives
2010

1) Reduce Customer Complaints (NCR) to less than 1% of total
customer jobs.


2) Installation of new UT unit by the 3
rd
Quarter to enhance efficiency
and quality.


3) Improve Network Response time to access files by 150%.


4) Reduce Ultrasonic Water Couplant contamination by 50%

Energy Technology Corp./Technical Industries, Inc.
NDT Supervisor & Safety
Jose Romero
QA QC
Eligio Montenegro
Shipping & Receiving
Angel Macias
RSO & NDT Supervisor
Edgar Gutierrez
Office
Clerk/Security
Noe Uribe
NDT/Notch
Technician Jose
V
NDT
TEchnician
Jose V
NDT
Technician
Gerardo V
NDT Technician
Gguadalupe H
NDT
Technician
Exman M
NDT
Technician
Ismael A
S&R Yard
Supervisor
Efrain M
S & R Oper.
Jose S
S & R Clerk
Manuel A
S & R Oper.
Joel L
S & R Oper.
Genaro S
S & R Asst.
Luis G.
S &R
Asst.
OPEN
S & R Asst.
OPEN
NDT Asst.
Delfino R
NDT Asst.
Ricardo C
NDT Asst.
Hector V
NDT Asst.
Omar F.
NDT Asst.
Oscar F
ODImagin
Com.Tech.
WilfredF
NDTTech.
TelesforoF
NDT
Technician
Edvin C
NDT Tech.
Santiago R
NDT Tech.
Francisco B
NDT Technician
Juan E
NDT Tech.
Rafael U
Office
Clerk/Security
Victor D
NDT Asst.
Roberto B
Energy Technology Corp.
CEO
Technical Industries, Inc.
OperationsSuperintendent
Octavio Morales
NDT Asst.
Gonzalo J.
ISO Management Rep.
Ken O'Connor
Rev.E,New90110
Technical Industries, Inc. Organization Chart - Houston Facility
Administration
Lafayette
Research Engineer
Frank W
Software Engineer
Nick A
Operations
Superintendent
Octavio M
Safety Instructor
Mike P
NDT Supervisor &
Safety Jose R
Engineer Training
Instructor Jerry S
Executive
Sales
Ron P
Engineer Equipment &
Design
Walter W
QA QC Eligio M
Shipping & Receiving Angel
M
Maintenace
Superintendent
Adolfo M
RSO & NDT Supervisor
Edgar G
Office Clerk/Security
Noe U
NDT
TEchnician
Jose V
NDT
Technician
Gerardo V
NDT
Technician
Exman M
NDT
Technician
Ismael A
S&R Yard
Supervisor
Efrain M
S & R Clerk
Manuel A
Maintenace
Jorge M
Engineer Equipment
& Desing & Projects
Manuel M
Equipment Design &
Reaseach Mohamed
A
NDT Tech.
Telesforo F
NDT Tech.
Francisco B
Office Clerk/Security
Victor D
ISO Managment
Rep. & Elec Tech.
Ken O
Technical Industries, Inc OC-H-1 Rev E - 08-25-10
Administration
Lafayette
Research Engineer
Frank W
Software Engineer
Nick A
Operations
Superintendent
Octavio M
Safety Instructor
Mike P
NDT Supervisor &
Safety Jose R
Engineer Training
Instructor Jerry S
Executive
Sales
Ron P
Engineer Equipment &
Design
Walter W
QA QC Eligio M
Shipping & Receiving Angel
M
Maintenace
Superintendent
Adolfo M
RSO & NDT Supervisor
Edgar G
Office Clerk/Security
Noe U
NDT/Notch
Technician
Jose V
NDT
TEchnician
Jose V
NDT
Technician
Gerardo V
NDT Technician
Gguadalupe H
NDT
Technician
Exman M
NDT
Technician
Ismael A
S&R Yard
Supervisor
Efrain M
S & R Oper.
Jose S
S & R Clerk
Manuel A
S & R Opeer
Joel L
S & R Oper.
Genaro S
S & R Asst.
Jose A
S &R
Asst. Luis G.
S & R Asst.
Rigoberto S.
Maintenace
Jorge M
Maintenance
Enrique V
Maintenance
Gonzalo J
Engineer Equipment
& Desing & Projects
Manuel M
NDT Asst.
Delfino R
NDT Asst.
Ricardo C
NDT Asst.
Hector V
NDT Asst.
Omar F.
NDT Asst.
Oscar F
OD Imagin
Com.Tech.
Wilfred F
Equipment Design &
Reaseach Mohamed
A
NDT Tech.
Telesforo F
NDT
Technician
Edvin C
NDT Tech.
Santiago R
NDT Tech.
Francisco B
NDT
Technician
Juan E
NDT Tech.
Rafael U
Office Clerk/Security
Victor D
ISO Managment
Rep. & Elec Tech.
Ken O
NDT Asst.
Roberto B
Technical Industries, Inc OC-H-1 Rev E - 08-25-10
Code Name Rev. Date
Retention Time
F-4.2.3-2 Master List of Forms B 09/03/10 Mng. Representative While current
F-4.2.3-3 Procedure Template A 10/26/06 Mng. Representative While current
F-4.2.3-4 Master List of External Documents A 10/01/09 Mng. Representative While current
F-4.2-3-1 Master List of Controlled Documents A 08/03/06 Mng. Representative While current
F-5.6-1 Management Review A 08/03/06 Mng. Representative 5 Years
F-5.6-2 Meeting Minute Form A 10/15/06 Mng. Representative Per subject matter
F-6.1-1 New Employee Orientation Record A 03/05/07 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-1 Accumulated Experience Summary B 02/27/08 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-2 Personnel Qualification Record B 02/26/08 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-3 Employee Evaluation A 03/07/08 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-4 Inspector Training Summary B 02/26/08 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-5 Personnel Qualification List A 11/20/07 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-6 Recertification statement A 11/20/07 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-7 Re-Qualification Statement A 11/20/07 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-8 Technical Performance Evaluation A 02/26/08 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2.2-9 Vision Exam Form A 02/26/08 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2-1 Personnel Change Record A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
F-6.2-2 Job Description A 10/26/06 Operations Superintendent While position exists
F-6.3-1 Electronic Lab Sign in Sheet A 9/4/2007 Electrical Engineer 5 Years
F-7.2.2-1 Standard Estimate Form G 01/19/09 Account Executive 5 Years
F-7.2.2-2 Additional Charges for Inbounds A 08/03/06 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
F-7.2.2-3 Additional Charges for Loadouts A 08/03/06 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
F-7.2.2-4-wb Service Ticket B 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-7.2.2-5 Straight Bill of Lading A 08/03/06 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
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F-4.2.3-2-ex Rev. A 08/03/06
Code Name Rev. Date
Retention Time
F-7.2.3-1 Hold Harmless Agreement Form A 05/05/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-7.4.1-1 Supplier Qualification Form A 08/03/06 Mng. Rep. 5 Years
F-7.4.1-2 Supplier Evaluation Re-Evaluation Form A 12/06/06 Mng. Rep. 5 Years
F-7.4.2-1 Requisition Form A 11/11/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-7.5.1-1 Work Order Form A 08/03/06 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
F-7.5.3-1 Material Tally Sheet A 08/03/06 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
F-7.5.3-2 Tally Sheet A 08/03/06 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
F-7.5.3-3 Transfer and Release of Inventory Approval D 02/24/10 Shipping & Receiving 5 Years
F-7.6-1 Master Calibration Log A 08/03/06 QA 5 Years
F-7.6-2 Calibration Certificates A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent While current
F-8.2.1-1 Customer Survey C 06/06/08 Mng. Rep. 2 years
F-8.2.4-1 Information A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-10 Visonic Prove-Up Sheet A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-11 Mid Wall Data Prove Up Sheet A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-2 Prove-Up Sheet D 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-3 LP Data Sheet A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-5 Wet Mag Data Sheet B 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-6 Magnetization Data Sheet B 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-7 Reject Attachment Report(in process of updating to -wb) B 06/10/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-7-wb Reject Attachment Report C 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-8-wb Field Inspection Report C 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2.4-9 EDM Verification Form C 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.2-1 Internal Quality Audit Finding A 08/03/06 QA 2 years
F-8.2-2 Internal Quality Audit Schedule A 08/03/06 QA 2 years
F-8.2-3 Internal Quality Audit Checklists A 08/03/06 QA 2 years
F-8.2-4 Internal Quality Audit Plan B 06/09/08 QA 2 years
F-8.2-5 Internal Quality Audit Report A 08/03/06 QA 2 years
F-8.3-1 CAR-PAR-NCR Log B 09/21/07 QA 2 years
F-8.3-2 Non-conformance Report (NCR) B 11/09/09 QA 2 years
F-8.4.5-12 OD Readings Report A 08/03/06 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-13 Drift Data Sheet B 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-14 Saddle Gauge Sheet B 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
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F-4.2.3-2-ex Rev. A 08/03/06
Code Name Rev. Date
Retention Time
F-8.4.5-16 EMI Unit Setup Sheet B 10/01/09 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-17 Transducer Serialization Sheet - Tubing A 06/10/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-18 Transducer Serialization Sheet - Casing A 06/10/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-19 Transducer Parameters B 11/12/10 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-20 Hardness Sheet A 07/02/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-21 Hardness Calibration Sheet A 07/02/08 Operations Superintendent 5 Years
F-8.4.5-22 DRILL PIPE CONNECTION DIMENSIONAL LOG A 02/22/10
n/a Training Records n/a n/a Operations Superintendent While employeed plus 5 yrs
n/a External Calibration Certificates n/a n/a Operations Superintendent While current
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F-4.2.3-2-ex Rev. A 08/03/06
Publisher Title Notes Edition
API* API Recommended Practice 2X 4th / 2004
API* API Recommended Practice 5A3 Current NOV09 ed 3 2nd / 2003
API* API Recommended Practice 5A5 Current DEC2009 ed 7 7th / 2005
API* API Recommended Practice 5L8 2nd / 1997
API* API Recommended Practice 5UE current APR09 Ed. 2 adm1 1st / 2002
API API Recommended Practice 7A1 1st / 1993
API API Recommended Practice 7G Errata May 2000 16th / 1998
API** API Recommended Practice 7G2 1st / 2009
API API Specification 5B 15th / 2008
API API Specification 5B1 Addendum 1 Sep 2004 5th / 1999
API API Specification 5C1 18th / 1999
API API Specification 5CT can't determine current ed. API website says ed. 5 8th / 2006
API API Specification 5D 5th / 2002
API* API Specification 5DP 1st / 2010
API* API Specification 5L Errata Jan 2009 Current APR2010 ed. 44 ADM 2 44th / 2008
API API Specification 7 Current JUN08 ed 40 ADM 3 40th / 2002
API API Specification 7-1 Addendum 1 Sep 2007 Current AUG09 ed. 1 ADM 2 1st / 2006
API API Specification 7-2 1st / 2008
API API Specification 8A Current MAY01 ed. 13 ADM 1 13th / 1998
API API Specification 8C Addendum 2 Oct 2005 looks current -confusing- 4th / 2003-04
API** API Standard 5T1 current is 10th 2003 10th / 1996
BP** BP Inspection Procedure Drilling Equipment 3rd / 2003
Exxon** Exxon Inspection Procedure API Oil Country Tubular Gooods S-068 / 2003
BP AMOCO** Inspection Procedure Drilling Equipment 2nd / 2000
Shell Oil** Inspection Operations G1253 R11 / 1995
* Added by K. O'Connor 9-1-2010
** Added by K. O'Connor 9-3-2010
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This printed copy is not a controlled document, except when included in a controlled binder

1 Purpose and Scope


Purpose to ensure:
All documents required for the effective operation of the Quality Management
System are controlled. These documents are those that have a direct affect on the
quality of the service or process.
Control of documents done in a manner such that:
- Documents are legible, approved, reviewed, and current. Controlled documents
will be identifiable by level and by the correlating ISO 9001 element.
- All documents of external origin are identified and controlled.
- All employees will have access to documents relative to their roll in the operating
of the quality management system.
- Obsolete documents are promptly removed from all points of issue or use,
marked with a blue ink or simply shredded.

Scope - applies to all documents identified on the Master Document Index (F-4.2.3-1),
including the Technical Industries Quality Policy Manual.


2 Responsibility


Quality Assurance is responsible for the Document Control process.

3 Procedure


3.1 Approval

All documentation is approved by the CEO. Once documents are approved for adequacy,
they may be issued for use.

3.2 Review

Documents will be reviewed at least annually. Documents determined to need change will
be changed and re-approved for use. Anyone can suggest or recommend changing an
existing document; however, this is the responsibility of the CEO.

3.3 Identification

Documents may change and in order to keep current revisions issued, Quality Assurance
will create a foot note on each controlled document that will have the revision level, date, as
well as a document number.


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3.4 Availability

Most controlled documents will be in the QMS binder in the Quality Assurance office.
However some documents such as work instructions or job descriptions may be posted in
work stations or in common areas in the shop or in administration offices. All employees will
help to make sure only the most current documents are in these areas, ultimately this is the
responsibility of Quality Assurance.


3.5 Legibility

Documents will be protected from deterioration by being kept in the QMS binder in the
Quality Assurance office. Those documents in common areas will be reviewed at least
annually not only for legibility but also for any updates that are required.

3.6 External Origin

Any outside documents used in the Quality Management System will be reviewed at least
annually for their relevance. Those documents such as national or industry standards, or
customer drawings will be reviewed to find the most current versions.

3.7 Prevention of Unintended Use

Each employee is responsible for immediately implementing new or revised procedures
and forms.
Temporary changes can be made to existing documents with a blue marker while revised
documents are being issued. Documents that are obsolete but need to be saved for any
reason can be saved with blue marker indicating the reason for retaining.

4 Required Approvals

The CEO reviews and approves the Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual and
Procedures.

The appropriate member of the Management Review Team reviews and approves all other
levels of documentation. Evidence of this review/approval is their signature or initials on
the appropriate original document (Issued By or Approved By).

4.1 Approval Form and Format

The approval for a document is only required to appear once per document and is typically
located in the footer of the document.

The approval of forms is maintained by the appearance of a signature and date on one
copy of the form that is maintained by the Management Representative.


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The documents and forms must be reviewed and approved for adequacy by authorized
personnel prior to use.

4.2 Master Copy and Master Document Index

Quality Assurance maintains a master copy of all quality system documentation and the
Master Document Index identifying the current revision status of documents and forms.
This list is readily available to preclude the use of invalid and/or obsolete documents.

5 References

Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual M-4.1

6 Records

Master Document Index F-4.2.3-1

7 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
Rev. B Added revision history table. 10/26/06

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1 Purpose and Scope

To ensure that all necessary records are identifiable, or stored in a matter that will not only
protect them, but to also make them readily retrievable.
There is a certain retention time as well as a disposition of records plan.

Scope- Applies to all records in Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Management System,
those required by the standard as well as those deemed appropriate.

2 Responsibility

The Quality Manager is responsible for the Control of Records Process

3 Procedure

3.1 General

All records in the Technical Industries, Inc. (QMS) will be kept in either electronic or hard
copy form depending on the record.

3.2 Identification

The identification of these records will be known by document level and by the correlating
number of the standard.

3.3 Storage and Protection

Records will be kept on the Technical Industries, Inc. server or will be held in secure filing
cabinets on site.

3.4 Retrieval

All records will be kept in a retrievable fashion whether the medium is electronic or hard
copy.

3.5 Retention and Disposition of Records

Technical Industries, Inc. will keep all records identified in the (QMS) for a minimum of (5)
years. At which time a record is no longer needed it will be disposed. Final disposal of
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A master list of all records within the (QMS) will be kept electronically at Technical
Industries, Inc. to aid in the effectiveness of this procedure.

4 References

Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual Section 4.2.4.Control of Records

5 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
Rev. B Added revision history table. 10/26/06
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1 Purpose

This procedure provides a system, instructions and assigns responsibility for scheduling,
conducting and recording management reviews of the Quality System.

2 Scope

This procedure applies to those situations where an agenda for a management review
meeting is issued.

3 Responsibilities

The CEO or designee is responsible for the Management Review process.

4 Procedure

Management Reviews are conducted on an as needed basis with minimum requirement of
one review per calendar year.

4.1 Schedule Meeting with Formal Agenda

The Management Representative creates an agenda for the meeting. Information typically
will include:
Date, Time and Meeting location
Expected Attendance
Items to be discussed
Inputs and Outputs based on ISO 9001:2000 Standard section 5.6


4.2 Meeting Minutes

During the meeting, the CEO or designee has notes taken of subjects discussed and the
associated action items as applicable. Action items are recorded in such a manner that the
following are identified as needed:

Description of the Action Item
Responsibility
Anticipated Completion Date or Status

4.3 Record Maintenance
The Management Review form, F-5.6-1, is the official record of the proceeding. The
Management Representative will maintain the review records, and distribute as required.



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5 References

Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual Section 5.6

Quality Records Master List F-4.2.4-1

6 Records

Management Review F-5.6-1

7 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
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1. Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to establish the activities to ensure that competent
personnel employed by Technical Industries, Inc. are given the appropriate guidance
and training. Provided with awareness of the relevance and importance of their
activities, and how they contribute to the achievement of quality objectives and client
satisfaction.

2. Scope

This procedure applies to all personnel employed by Technical Industrial, Inc.

3. Responsibilities

The Operations Superintendent is responsible for maintaining this procedure.

The Operations Superintendent or designee is responsible for evaluation of training
given as it relates to maintaining certifications for Inspectors.

Managers are responsible for ensuring personnel receive the proper induction and /or
on the Job training as it is established in this procedure.

The Technical Industries, Inc. corporate HR & PR Advisor and the Operations
Superintendent are responsible for conducting performance evaluation of employees
that indicates effectiveness of the training given on a yearly basis.

4. Definitions

None

4. Referenced Documents

QM-1 Quality Manual
Technical Industries, Inc. Training and Qualification Manual


6. Procedures

6.1 Initial Training


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Once a new employee is ready to begin working at Technical Industries he will be
oriented to ensure a clear understanding of responsibilities.


The Operations Superintendent or designee shall provide explanation of the following
aspects as appropriate.

explain overall operations of Technical Industries,
explain Quality Policy,
explain company policies;
provide Employee Handbook,
point out break areas, restrooms or nearby location for lunch breaks,
explain the purpose and function of the employees work station,
explain how this function and the employees work is relevant and important to
achieving quality objectives,
explain how important customer satisfaction is,
describe the chain of command, work relationships and who the employee shall
go with questions about her / or his job,
Explain safety rules.
Explain Work Instructions and their location
Qualification and Training Program explained

6.2 Initial Training

Once personnel begin his or her activities the responsible manager for the area shall
conduct comprehensive training on the specific aspects of the job, procedures or work
instructions to be followed, specific forms that need to be completed, retention time and
any aspect of the job that impacts fulfillment of customers requirements.

6.3 Determination of Additional Training

Depending on the job description where requirements for the position have been
established additional training could be required, in this case, the training need will be
recorded, the employee notified and appropriate planning done to ensure the training is
given.

Effectiveness of training shall be evaluated by monitoring the performance of the
employee and appropriate actions taken.

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6.4 On Going Training Process

6.4.1 Planning

As part of the continual improvement process additional training may be necessary to
achieve planned results.

Annually a training program shall be developed. This plan shall have as an input,
identification of training needs, Management Review improvement plans, results of
Internal Audits, and needs of customers as appropriate.

It may include on the job training, as well as general activities.

Attendance sheets shall be maintained to document the training as well as the nature of
the training given.

The Human Resource Manager shall control the training plan.

Effectiveness of training shall be evaluated by monitoring, reaction to the training,
learning objectives and in the long-term impact on company performance.

6.5 Performance Appraisal

Once a year or as needed a performance appraisal shall be performed and the results
recorded.
This performance appraisal includes evaluation of the effectiveness of the training
given.

This appraisal shall be used as a tool to promote awareness of the areas that need
improvement. Employees shall be encouraged to address those areas, and a team
approach used, if applicable to ensure improvement is achieved.

6.6 Certification Records

Inspectors Certification shall be documented by:
a) Training Certificate that indicates the training has been taken,
b) Personal Qualification List that records the Inspection Process (MT, PT, UT, VI,
EMI) the Level (LI, LII), the number of hours on the job and the eye examination
results.

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c) Inspector Accumulated Experience Summary. Indicates Period/Month, Work
Station, Activity and Function and Hours.
d) Personnel Performance Rating indicates the Name of the Employee, Job
Function and Rating (Excellent, Good, Average, Fair, and Poor). This also
indicates Evaluation of the training given and / or needed.
e) Statement of Certification and or Re-Certification is based on the determination
that the employees job performance observation indicates he is competent to
carry out this activities.


7. Records

The following forms shall be used implementing this procedure

F-6.2-1 Personnel Change Record
F-6.2-2 Job Description
n/a Training Records
F-6.2.2-6 Certification Records

Retention time for records is established in Procedure QP 4.2 Control of Records


Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 12/8/06
Rev. B Change of title from Operations Manager to
Operations Superintendent
02/14/07
Rev. C Clause 3, Para 4 changed wording to reflect
corporate HR & PR Advisor.
Clause 4 added TII Training & Qualification manual.
Clause 6.1 under explanations to new hires: added
Work Instructions and location, Qualification &
Training Program explanation.
Added form number to Certification Record
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1. Purpose And Scope

The purpose of this procedure is to establish the activities that need to be
conducted to evaluate and select suppliers based on their ability to supply
product / provide service in accordance with Technical Industries requirements
and to establish criteria for their selection, evaluation and re-evaluation.

This procedure applies to suppliers of materials, components, parts, and / or
services that affect Technical Industries ability to satisfy customer requirements.
It also applies to associated services that may affect service quality, such as
delivery, maintenance and calibration.

2. Responsibility

The Management Representative is responsible for this procedure and the assignment
of duties herein.

QA Manager is responsible for maintaining the Approved Suppliers List and conducting
evaluation and re-evaluation activities as well as compiling data from suppliers
performance.

3. Procedure

3.1 Initial Evaluation

Prospective suppliers must show sufficient evidence of their ability to comply with
Technical Industries requirements.
A Supplier Pre-Approval Questionnaire must be completed prior to vendor
approval. The completed form will be filed in a vendor file for future reference.
The Purchasing Manager or designee shall evaluate the supplier's quality system
and/or production processes as to the specific needs of Technical Industries.
This process may include requesting samples or site visits if applicable.
Upon completion of the evaluation and depending on the results the supplier
shall be classified into one of the following categories:
APPROVED Purchases may be conducted with the supplier.
PROVISIONAL - A new supplier that is in the process of providing the
requested information.
Purchases may be placed to this supplier provided that effective monitoring
of its time of delivery is conducted and receiving personnel are aware that

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the supplier is in PROVISIONAL status.
INACTIVE - The supplier is not qualified due to major nonconformities or
other problems and Technical Industries may not purchase goods or
services from this supplier.

A file shall be established for every supplier. Suppliers selected for the critical
vendors list will be identified as manufactures or distributors. All documents
supporting the initial evaluation and qualification of the supplier shall be placed in
these files. The file shall also be used for keeping records pertaining to the
supplier's quality performance.

3.2 Quality Performance Monitoring, Re-Evaluation
All approved suppliers shall be continually monitored for quality and delivery
performance.
When a nonconforming delivery is identified, receiving personnel shall document
the nonconformity and inform QA.
The supplier shall be contacted and informed of the identified nonconformities. If
they are significant and / or recurring, the supplier shall be requested to propose
and implement corrective actions and report on their effectiveness.
Nonconformity reports, requests for corrective actions, and associated
communication shall be maintained in the supplier's file.
The supplier's files shall be reviewed as appropriately to assess trends in quality
and delivery performance.
Suppliers who repeatedly fail to deliver satisfactory products or services, and / or
do not deliver on time despite earlier complaints and requests for corrective
actions, shall be downgraded to either PROVISIONAL or INACTIVE category.
3.3 Existing Suppliers as of August 2006
Those suppliers that with their products / services impact Technical Industries
services and that have been conducting business with the company as of August
2006 and whose performance is deemed satisfactory, are exempted from the
requirement for the initial evaluation.
These suppliers are classified as APPROVED. Existing suppliers whose
performance is not fully satisfactory may be classified as PROVISIONAL.
3.4 Time of Delivery and Quality Data

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Approved suppliers shall be monitored on their compliance with the time of
delivery offered and quality performance.

This performance data shall be summarized annually and made available for
Management Review.

In all cases a Supplier's Approval status or performance shall be reviewed before
issuing a purchase order or contract. The latest revision of the supplier listing shall be
used.

Quality Assurance shall ensure all Suppliers are re-qualified annually by assessing their
performance. Performance is assessed by review of file for negative findings and
solutions that were initiated. Site visits for conformance may be required. Suppliers
with no findings in their file since last qualification will re-qualify by Form F-7.2.4-2.

Quality Assurance shall inform the home office of cases where Suppliers are to be
removed from the Approved Supplier List.

4. Forms

The following forms shall be used implementing this procedure

F-7.4.1-1 Supplier Qualification Form
F-7.4.1-2 Supplier Evaluation/Re-evaluation Form



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5 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
Rev. B Added revision history table. 10/26/06
Rev. C Changed purpose of the procedure, added criteria for
initial evaluation, re-evaluation and monitoring of
performance.
12/14/06
Rev. D Change of ISO Management Representative and
added forms name and number on section 4.
02/14/07
Rev. E 3.2 revised to include labeling of supplier type
3.4 Changed frequency of supplier evaluations,
added statement on use of latest revision in issuing a
PO or contract and added statement about
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1 Purpose and Scope

This procedure governs calibration of monitoring and measuring devices at Technical
Industries, Inc.

As stated in the Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual this procedure applies to all
measuring equipment used to control inspection processes and/or to accept or reject
material.


2 Responsibility

Quality Assurance or designee is responsible for the control of monitoring and measuring
devices.

3 Procedure

3.1 Control of Monitoring and Measuring Equipment

All calipers, micrometers, tape measures used at Technical Industries, Inc. will be tested
at least once every year or as needed.

Work instructions for inspection process equipment details the calibrations schedules for
any in-process calibration.

The TI Equipment Calibration program details the calibration frequencies and steps for
establishing accuracy. .

Data from testing will be kept on a Master Calibration Log within the web-based inventory
control system specific to Technical Industries, Inc. An e-mail is sent to Operation
Superintendent and any other designated personnel weekly to identify any equipment in
need of calibration. The log will contain the following information:

- Identification and description of all calibers, micrometers and other inspection
equipment.

- Schedule for testing, including last and next due dates


3.2 Third Party Calibration of Measuring Equipment

Any equipment found to be in need of recalibration or repair and cannot be done on site,
will be sent to an ISO 9001 certified lab or one that provides traceability to NIST or other
recognized standard. The device will be repaired and returned, or will be replaced. A

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be returned with a report with data traceable to NIST.


3.3 Gage Blocks

The gage blocks will be sent out to be calibrated every three years. The calibration period
is based on very low usage and stability of these standards. Gage blocks will be stored in
the gage/electronics lab for safe and controlled keeping.



4 Definitions

Measuring Equipment any devise used to approve or disapprove material or features.

Gage Blocks Set of sized metal blocks used to test measuring equipment.

NIST Abbreviated initials for National Institute of Standards and Technology


5 References

Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual Section 7.6
Control of Documents P-4.2.3
Technical Industries, Inc. Equipment Calibration Program First Edition

6 Forms, Records

Master Calibration Log F-7.6-1

7 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
Rev. B Added revision history table. 10/26/06
Rev. C Clause 3.1 added Para. 3. Para 4. Deleted Quality
Assurance and added Operations Superintendent and
other designated personnel.
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1 Purpose

This procedure provides a system, instructions and assigns responsibility for scheduling,
analyzing and recording customer satisfaction surveys of the Quality System.

2 Scope

This procedure applies to quality of service, delivery, and any actions that affects our
customer satisfaction.

3 Responsibilities

The Account Executive is responsible for the customer satisfaction survey process.

4 Procedure

Customer surveys are conducted with minimum requirement of one survey per calendar
year.

Before sending out the survey to customers, the Management shall review it and make
appropriate changes if necessary.

4.1 Input Criteria

The input criteria on which customer should be surveyed includes following:
Quality of service
Response Time
Information Available
Website interface capabilities
Technical Expertise
Sales force knowledge
Time of delivery of service

4.2 Communication, Feedback and Complains

Customer communications are handled in accordance with section 8.2.1 of the QMS.

Customer feedback information is reviewed and analyzed at each management review
meeting.

Customer complains, where applicable, are handled by initiating Corrective/Preventive
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Customer Survey F-8.2.1-1

6 Revision History

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1 Purpose and Scope

This procedure establishes the methods employed in conducting internal audits of the
Quality System for the purpose of establishing its level of implementation and subsequent
effectiveness.

Scope
This procedure applies to all auditors and auditees involved in the internal audit process.

2 Responsibilities

Quality Assurance is responsible for the Internal Audit process.

3 Procedure

3.1 Extent of Audits

Objective evaluations of Quality System activities by competent personnel include the
following activities or areas:

The Technical Industries, Inc. Quality System and associated administrative,
operational and quality system procedures and work instructions,
Work areas, operations and processes,
Documentation, reports and record keeping.

3.2 Auditor Qualifications

All auditors are trained in the techniques of performing quality system audits.

3.3 Audit Plan

Quality Assurance maintains a comprehensive audit plan/schedule for identifying the
scope of the internal audits. The Internal Quality Audit Schedule lists the activities and
areas to be audited, the date of audit and the personnel scheduled to conduct the audit.
Where appropriate, it references the use of checklists used to evaluate the conformance
and effectiveness of the process.

Quality Assurance, as audit coordinator, establishes the frequency of audits based on
the status and importance of the activity being audited. The frequency for auditing the
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3.4 Auditing Process

During the planning phase of the audit, the auditor reviews the results of the last audit
with emphasis placed on noted areas of weakness or nonconformance and the results of
corrective actions ordered and implemented.

The purpose of the audit is to report on the level of conformity for all elements and
activities of the quality system. Objective evidence is gathered by the auditor and
reported in writing. Strong areas are praised and weak areas noted. When weak areas
are noted, the audit report cites the evidence that lead to this conclusion.

Weak areas and/or non-compliance are brought to the attention of the personnel
responsible for the area or activity being audited prior to the completion of the audit.

The Technical Industries Internal Quality Audit Checklist is used to conduct and record
the audit.

An audit of a new or revised procedure or process is conducted approximately 30 days
after implementation. The purpose of the procedure or process audit is to verify the
adequacy and effectiveness of the new or revised procedure or process.

3.5 Audit Report

The results of the audit are reported to management in writing. The report focuses on
the overall effectiveness of the quality system. It includes (for each element) the
appropriate Internal Quality Audit Checklist and any Internal Quality Audit Finding(s).

3.6 Management Review

All Audit Reports are submitted for Management Review. Corrective Action Requests
are initiated by the Manager of the area audited for non-conformances noted in the audit
report. Review activity focuses on the need for follow up action, overall effectiveness of
the quality system and the possibility of updating or changing existing procedures to
increase the effectiveness of the system.

3.7 Documentation

All internal audits and reports of actions taken are documented. The completion of audits
is noted on the audit schedule. Quality Assurance maintains a records file for the
Internal Audit that includes:
The audit report,
Hand written notes of review,
Corrective action requests for deficiencies,
Confirmation of completed corrective actions

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4 References

TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES Quality Manual M-4.1
Management Review P-5.6.1

5 Forms, Records

Internal Quality Audit Finding F-8.2-1
Internal Quality Audit Schedule F-8.2-2
Internal Quality Audit Checklists F-8.2-3
Internal Quality Audit Plan F-8.2-4
Internal Quality Audit Report F-8.2-5
Corrective / Preventive Action Request F-8.5-1

6 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
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Control of
Non-Conforming
Material and Services
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1 Purpose and Scope

Purpose ensure that any non-conformity is promptly identified and controlled to prevent
non-conforming purchased products from being used, and non-conforming services being
provided.
Scope - applies to all non-conformity that may occur anywhere within the organization.

2 Responsibilities

Quality Assurance is responsible for this Control of Non-conformity process.

3 Procedure

3.1 Nonconforming Material at Receiving

Any non-conforming purchased product/material or material received from customers
identified at inspection or during processing is returned to the vendor or customer
whenever possible. A non-conforming report (NCR) is issued and logged for all
purchased products identified as not meeting the purchase order description. A
corrective action request (CAR) may be issued to the vendor based on the severity of
the non-conformance and the impact on the organization

3.2 Identify Non-conforming Materials (Customer Furnished)

When non-conforming material is identified during any In Process operation, the
Supervisor or Quality Assurance is notified. The job is suspended until the non-
conformance is confirmed and reported. If the material can be repaired or reworked, it
shall be subjected to the same level of inspection used to identify the original non-
conformance. If any material is identified as not repairable, it will be marked and
segregated and disposed in accordance with section 2.4 of this procedure and
Technical Industries, Inc. work instructions.

3.3 Identify Other Non-conformities

Any non-service provision non-conformity such as paperwork problems, communication
or other issues will be reported on a NCR and logged in the NCR log. Major internal
non-conformance as noted by Quality Assurance or Operations Manager would be
addressed and logged with a NCR form. A corrective action report (CAR) is then issued
to the responsible area where the error occurred.

3.4 Disposition of Non-conformity

Management has responsibility and authority for disposition of any non-conforming
purchased product or service. The disposition is different for purchased products and
customer supplied materials.


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3.4.1 For purchased products that support the inspection process and could have an
effect on the quality of the service are identified as non-conforming, the product
will be removed from use and marked, do not use. The product will be returned
to the supplier with an NCR. If it is determined that the non-conformance is a
recurring problem, a CAR will be issued to the supplier to provide a plan of action
for resolution. Repaired or reworked parts must be re-inspected to verify they
comply with the original requirements.

3.4.2 For materials provided by customers for inspection services, and found to be
non-repairable, they shall be marked in accordance to Technical Industries, Inc.
work instructions or as directed by the customer and segregated from good
material. The customer will make the final determination to use the materials. All
non-conforming customer furnished materials will be returned to the customer for
their own disposition as described below.

3.5 Notify Customer of Non-conformance

The Operations Manager notifies the Customer of any material non-conformance. All
non-conforming material shipped to the Customer upon concession shall have the
discrepancy clearly indicated on the inspection report.

3.6 Review of Non-conformances

Quality Assurance reviews all non-conformances recorded to identify opportunities for
corrective and/or preventive actions.

4 References

Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Policy Manual M-4.1-1
Corrective / Preventive Action Procedure P-8.5-1

5 Forms


Non-conformity Log F-8.3-1
Non-conformity Report (NCR) F-8.3-2

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6 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
Rev. B Added revision history table. 10/26/06



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1 Purpose and Scope

Purpose - assigns responsibilities for initiating, addressing and verifying the effectiveness of
corrective and preventive actions.

Scope Corrective / Preventive action requests are issued internally (non-conformance
and/or a Customer complaint), or to a supplier as a result of a non-compliance or non-
conformance.

2 Responsibilities

Quality Assurance is responsible for coordinating, recording and monitoring corrective /
preventive actions related to all aspects of the quality system.
All employees are responsible for issuing and responding to CARs / PARs.

3 Corrective Action

3.1 Identifies Need for Corrective Action

Anyone can initiate a CAR, but the CAR must be issued by a member of management and
recorded by Quality Assurance. A CAR may be initiated to either correct existing problems
or to prevent potential problems.

CARs may be issued for any of the following conditions:

Customer complaint and/or claim,
Identification of a purchased product non-conformity,
Non-compliance found during an internal audit,
Accumulation of minor repetitive non-conformances,
Recurring or systemic problems with a process or the quality system.

3.2 Issuing a CAR

The initiator fills out a CAR form, including a description of the non-compliance to be
corrected along with a reference to the procedure, standard or other evidence of the
violation.

3.3 CAR Review and Records

Quality Assurance:
reviews each CAR
determines if action is valid,
assigns a CAR number to the document
records it on the CAR Log
issues the CAR to the manager of the department where the non-compliance was
found

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3.4 Addressing the CAR

Within forty-five (45) working days, the department manager assigned to the CAR will:
investigates the cause of the problem
determines the cause
evaluates the need for action to prevent nonconformance
determines and implements action
establishes a date that the action will be completed
records results
reviews effectiveness of the action

3.5 Follow-Up and Close Out

Quality Assurance is responsible for follow up and close-out of CARs and for
summary analysis. Soon after the due date for implementation, a follow up review or
re-audit of the affected areas will be conducted to determine if the corrective action
has been implemented and if it is effective.

When there is sufficient objective evidence that the corrective action is effective, the
Quality Assurance closes out the CAR.


4 Preventive Action

The purpose of implementing a quality management system is to prevent non-
conformance. Our work instructions and procedures along with our use of quality plans
and verification activities all provide a method of prevention. When new actions are taken
to prevent perceived problems, to improve our processes, production, profitability, and/or
product quality, those actions are documented on a PAR, or are presented at Management
Review for consideration.

The following information may be noted, as applicable:
source(s) of information
evaluate need for action to prevent nonconformance
impact on process control and work operations
implement action needed
target implementation date(s),
record results if implemented
verification and effectiveness of action ,
This information should be provided on a CAR / PAR form and the box marked
Preventive Action.
Preventive actions require management approval.



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5 References

Technical Industries, Inc. Quality Manual M-4.1-1




6 Records

Management Review P-5.6-1
Corrective / Preventive Action Request (CAR) F-8.5.3-1
Corrective / Preventive Action Request Log F-8.5.3-2

7 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date
Rev. A Initial release with requirements of ISO 9001:2000. 08/03/06
Rev. B Added revision history table. 10/26/06
Rev. C Rewrite clause 3.3, 3.4 & 4.0 08/03/09





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Doc. No.
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Rev. A 08/03/06



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4
5
6
7
8
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10
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12
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14
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1 Purpose and Scope




2 Responsibility



3 Procedure


4 References


5 Records


6 Revision History

REV. Description of change

Effective Date



Publisher Title Notes Edition
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Management Review
Record

Doc. No. F
5.6-1

Rev. A 08/03/06 Page 1 of 2
Date: ____________ Time: _________ Location: __________________

Scheduled to Attend X






Discussion Topics
1: Internal Audit Schedule and Results






2: Customer Feedback






3: Process Performance and Service Conformity






4: Corrective/Preventive Action Incidents, Resolution and Results






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5: Review Open Action Items






6. Planned Changes that could Impact the Quality System





7. Recommendations for Improvements







Action Items Responsibility/Due Date X
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
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Date: External Internal

Participants Position Company Signature








Agreements / Topics discussed


























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Record

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Employee Name: ________________________________________________
Start Date: ________________________________________________
Orientation Date: ________________________________________________


As part of the initial orientation, I have been informed of the following:

Overall operations of Technical Industries, Inc.
Quality Policy,
Company policies,
Provided Employee Handbook,
Break areas, restrooms or nearby location for lunch breaks,
The purpose and function of the employees work station,
How this function and the employees work is relevant and important to achieving
quality objectives,
How important customer satisfaction is,
The chain of command, work relationships and who I should go to if there is any
question about job,
Safety rules.



__________________________ ________________________
Employee Signature Supervisor Signature
In God We Trust
Tel: 337-984-2000
www.technicalindustries.com Fax: 337-988-1777
technicalindustries@technicalindustries.com Personnel Change Notice
Employee
Employee Name :
Last Name First Name M.I
Address :
Street City State ZIP
Social Secuity No : Phone :
Job Title : D.O.B :
Job Grade : Date Hired :
Location : Department:
Employemnt
Hired Date Start Date Age Sex Matrial Status Education
Change
Location To From
Cange
Job And Status Rate Salary
Rate / Salary New
Change Old
Termination
Last Day Worked Pay Thru ReHire
YES / NO
Paid Days Accured: Vacation Personal
Sick Other
Comments
Signatures (Sign and print your name.)
Employee Date
Manager Date
H.R Director Date
Job Title Department
Established since 1971

Energy Technology Corp. Technical Industries, Inc.
/ /

New Hire
Temporaly Rehired Part Time Other
Rate/Salary
Job Location
Employment Change
Termination
Voluntary UnVoluntary
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TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
P.O. Box 52523 Lafayette, LA 70505
Ph 337 984 2000 Fax 337 988 1777 www.technicalindustries.com . ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971

OILFIELD TUBULAR & EQUIPMENT, NDT, UT, EMI, TESTING, STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, COATING, THREADING, MILL SERVICES &
CONSULTING.
U.S.A. LOUISIANA, PO BOX 52523 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 70505 USA. PH. (337) 984 2000 FAX. (337) 988 1777.
U.S.A. TEXAS. 15438A MILLER RD. No.1, HOUSTON TEXAS 77049 USA. PH. (281) 862 2800 FAX. (281) 862 0030
MEXICO. 222 INDEPENCIA C.P. 94290 BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ MEXICO PH. FAX. (52) (2299) 860733
SAUDI ARABIA AL-SUWAIKET EST. PO 321 AL-KHOBAR 31952 SAUDI ARABIA PH.966 3 898 5000FAX.5500
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Technical Industries Job Description
[Title]

[responsibilities]

Qualification:
[qualifications]



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Energy Technology Corp.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
Established since 1971 IN GOD WE TRUST


INSPECTOR ACCUMULATED EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

INSPECTORS NAME: DATE:
POSITION:



PERIOD/MONTH WORK STATION ACTIVITY AND
FUNCTION
HOURS












INSPECTION METHOD HOURS ALLOCATED
Ultrasonic Inspection
Magnetic Particle
Liquid Penatrant
Visual Inspection
Thread Inspection
Flux Leakage Testing

_____________________________________
Employer Representative



Louisiana. P.O. Box 52523 Lafayette, LA 70608 U.S.A. Tel. (337) 984-2000 Fax. (337) 888 1777
Texas. 15438A Miller Rd #1, Houston, TX 77049, Tel (281) 862 2800 Fax. (281) 862 0030
Mexico. 222 Independencia C.P. 94290 Boca del Rio, Veracruz Mexico. Ph., Fax. 52 29 86 07 33
Saudi Arabia: Al-Suwalket Eat. P.O. Box 321 Al-Khobar Saudi Arabia. Ph. 966 3 898 5000 Fax./5500
PERSONAL QUALIFICATION RECORD
Employee Name: Education Level :
TRAIN EXPER TRAIN EXPER TRAIN EXPER TRAIN EXPER TRAIN EXPER
LEVEL LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII LI LII NEAR VIS COLOR PER
HOURS 12 8 70 210 4 8 70 140 40 40 210 630 8 16 70 140 40 40 210 630 PASS/FAIL PASS/FAIL
UTDT Techniques NA 8 NA 40
Thread Gauge Tech. NA 32 NA 120
Training Credits
LI
LII
Experience Credits
Operations Superintendent Date
Certification Level/Date
EYE
EXAMINATION
Method MT PT UT VI FLT
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contents.
Date
Summary Score
(MARK TOTAL NUMERICAL RATING ON SCALE BELOW)
UNSATISFACTORY SOME DEFICIENCIES EVIDENT SATISFACTORY EXCEPTIONAL CLEARLY OUTSTANDING
APPROVED BY:
Comments:
Comment on principal strengths:
Comment on principal weaknesses and suggestions for improvement:
Has this evaluation been discussed with the employee?
I have reviewed this evaluation and I completely understand its
Completion of this section by
employee, is optional, and subject to
the policy of your orgaization.
Employee's signature
Your recommendation for present and future job RATED BY (Name and Title):
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Louisiana. P.O. Box 52523 Lafayette, LA 70608 U.S.A. Tel. (337) 984-2000 Fax. (337) 888 1777
Texas. 15438A Miller Rd #1, Houston, TX 77049, Tel (281) 862 2800 Fax. (281) 862 0030
Mexico. 222 Independencia C.P. 94290 Boca del Rio, Veracruz Mexico. Ph., Fax. 52 29 86 07 33
Saudi Arabia: Al-Suwalket Eat. P.O. Box 321 Al-Khobar Saudi Arabia. Ph. 966 3 898 5000 Fax./5500


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ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
Established since 1971 IN GOD WE TRUST


INSPECTOR TRAINING SUMMARY

INSPECTORS NAME: DATE:
POSITION:



DATE TRAINING
LOCATION
COURSE
DESCRIPTION
NDT/INSP.
METHOD
CONTACT
HOURS
















______________________________ ______________________________
Employee Employer Representative





ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
15438A Miller Road No. 1 Houston, TX 77049
Ph 281 862 2800 Fax 281 862 2828. www.technicalindustries.com . ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971
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PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION TRAINING

[name] [title] [trainings]














NON-INSPECTION PERSONNEL

[name] [title] [trainings]





ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
15438A Miller Road No. 1 Houston, TX 77049
Ph 281-862 2800 Fax 281-862 2828. www.technicalindustries.com . ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971

Louisiana. P.O. Box 52523 Lafayette, LA 70608 U.S.A. Tel. (337) 984-2000 Fax. (337) 888 1777
Texas. 15438A Miller Rd #1, Houston, TX 77049, Tel (281) 862 2800 Fax. (281) 862 0030
Mexico. 222 Independencia C.P. 94290 Boca del Rio, Veracruz Mexico. Ph., Fax. 52 29 86 07 33
Saudi Arabia: Al-Suwalket Eat. P.O. Box 321 Al-Khobar Saudi Arabia. Ph. 966 3 898 5000 Fax./5500

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[date]

STATEMENT OF CERTIFICATION

TO: [name]


Based upon the continued satisfactory technical performance your Qualification
Certification in the following methods has been extended for an additional five (5)
years as outlined in the Training and Certification program of Technical
Industries, Inc. Your new qualification period is effective beginning with the
expiration date of your previous qualification.




[certificate type] [certificate number]






_________________________
Certifying Representative TI, Inc.
TENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
15438A Miller Road No. 1 Houston, TX 77049
Ph 281 862 2800 Fax 281 862 2828. www.technicalindustries.com . ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971
OILFIELD TUBULAR & EQUIPMENT, NDT, UT, EMI, TESTING, STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, COATING, THREADING, MILL SERVICES & CONSULTING.
U.S.A. LOUISIANA, PO BOX 52523 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 70505 USA. PH. (337) 984 2000 FAX. (337) 988 1777.
U.S.A. TEXAS. 15438AMILLER RD. 1. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77049 USA. PH. (281) 862 2800 FAX. (281) 862 2828
MEXICO. 222 INDEPENCIA C.P. 94290 BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ MEXICO PH. FAX. (52) (29) 860733
SAUDI ARABIA AL-SUWAIKET EST. PO 321 AL-KHOBAR 31952 SAUDI ARABIA PH.966 3 898 5000FAX.5500

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RE-QUALIFICATION STATEMENT




The following statement made by, [name]______________________________________ , THIS
[date]__________________, is testimony that I have accumulated the required hours of
experience as referenced in A.S.N.T. SNT-TC-1A, [edition year]_______________ edition to re-
qualify me to, [level]_____________, in, [type of certification]__________________, since my
previous qualification on [previous date]___________________.

I declare this statement to be true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.




______________________________
Employees Signature


___________________________________
Employer Representative



TENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
www.technicalindustries.com . ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971
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TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


The listed personnel have been administered an annual Technical Performance
Evaluation Test. This test is administered according to the guidelines stated in the
Technical Industries, Inc. Training and Qualification manual Section 9.5.2.

The passing of this test qualifies the personnel to continue their duties in the NDT
method for which this test was administered.

Name:_____________________________________________

Level Of Qual i f i c at i on _________________________


Met hod Test ed_____________________________________


Dat e of Test _____________________________________


Test Resul t Pass Fai l




Name of Ex ami ner __________________________________________






ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
15438A Miller Road No. 1 Houston, TX 77049
Ph 281 862 2800 Fax 281 862 2828. www.technicalindustries.com . ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971
OILFIELD TUBULAR & EQUIPMENT, NDT, UT, EMI, TESTING, STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, COATING, THREADING, MILL SERVICES & CONSULTING.
U.S.A. LOUISIANA, PO BOX 52523 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 70505 USA. PH. (337) 984 2000 FAX. (337) 988 1777.
U.S.A. TEXAS. 15438AMILLER RD. 1. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77049 USA. PH. (281) 862 2800 FAX. (281) 862 2828
MEXICO. 222 INDEPENCIA C.P. 94290 BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ MEXICO PH. FAX. (52) (29) 860733
SAUDI ARABIA AL-SUWAIKET EST. PO 321 AL-KHOBAR 31952 SAUDI ARABIA PH.966 3 898 5000FAX.5500

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TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
VISION EXAMINATION RECORD

________________________ _________________
Name Social Security


The above named individual has been tested in accordance with ASNT SNT-TC-1A recommended
practice for vision accuracy.

1. Near Vision Accuracy:
Applicant must be capable of reading Jaeger number 2 Eye Chart at a distance of not less than
12 inches;

Passed: (corrected / uncorrected)
Failed: (give reason) ______________________________________________________

2. Color Perception:
Using the Pseudo-Isochromatic Plates, the applicant must be capable of correctly reading at least
14 of the 16 plates;

Passed: (corrected / uncorrected)
Failed: (give reason) ______________________________________________________

Remarks: __________________________________________________________________

If corrected lens are used for this examination, they must be worn while conducting inspection
activities for which this examination was given.

Near Vision Accuracy Tests are valid for one (1) year.
Color Perception Tests are valid for five (5) years.

_________________________________ __________________
Vision Examiner Date

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Tel 281 862 2800
http://www.technicalindustries.com InGodWeTrust
technicalindustries@technicalindustries.com
Date: 07/01/09 EST-070901-1633
TYPE OF SERVICE Feet & Jts No. LBS/FT WALL
THICK
GRADE CONN.
RANGE
OD OD OD OD
OCTG SERVICE CODE
RATE/
JOINT
RATE/
JOINT
RATE/
JOINT
RATE/
JOINT
Total $0.00
Disc. Net 30 days
Total After Disc.
Total Misc. $0.00
$0.00
TOTAL/JOINT $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
TOTAL/JOINTDiscNet30d
TOTAL $0.00
TOTAL DiscNet30day
Houston, TX 77049, U.S.A. Lafayette, LA 70505, U.S.A
Estimate No:
Fax. 281 862 0030 Fax. 337 988 1777
MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES
DESCRIPTION
Service location:
Tel. 337 984 2000
Remit payment to:
P.O. Box 52523
EnergyTechnologyCorp.
TechnicalIndustries,Inc.
Standard Estimate Form
15438A Miller Road One
HANDLING CHARGES
Att:
Customer:
Address:
Mobile,
T:F:
Email:
End User:
Manufacturer:
Prepared By:
Approved By:
Estimated Completion Date:
If Pipe is in the plant with an approved P.O.
Revision Date:
All Estimates are subject to Technical Industries, Inc. Terms & Conditions. Hourly Charges shall apply for special condition, coarse material, or specific jobs.The above
amounts are estimated and cost may vary according to the footage, number of pipes and services performed. When an hourly job is estimated, the estimated amount is the
minimum that will be charged and cost may increase depending on the nature of the material and actual time worked.

All material inspected by Technical Industries, Inc. shall have storage compound applied to the threads such as "Kendex". Technical Industries, Inc. does not warrant any
threads from damage, but warns the clients from using running compounds and advises them to apply storage compounds to the threads destined or that may be destined for
storage.
Outside vendors working at Technical Industries, Inc. facilities such as (float equipment buck-on, hydro-testing etc.) will carry a charge of $200.00 per day. This charge would
be in addition to the above estimate prices. $1,000,000.00 (One million Dollars) certificate of insurance shall be provide by outside vendor to Technical Industries, Inc., with
hold harmless clause in favor of Technical Industries, Inc.

Prices are estimated for 30 days and subject to change without notice.
Any and all estimates issued by Technical Industries, Inc. are confidential and directed to the persons and customers the Estimates are addressed to. No one other than the
customer and his need to know employees and agents should have access to this estimate. No competitors or potential competitors should have access to Technical
Industries, Inc. estimates. Grinding, beveling, re-facing, and notch removal, if required, will be performed at customers risk. Special drifts, tools, equipment and sub-contracted
services will include 15% handling fee. Critical material, chrome, thick-wall carbon material, and other material require special quote.
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Approved By: Octavio Morales
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
Date
Comments P.O.#
Supplier
Customer
TYPE

Release#
MANUF.
Well Name
15438A Miller Road No.1
Houston Texas 77049
PH 281 862 2800 Fax: 281 862 0030
GRADE
ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR INBOUNDS
R WEIGHT

Total Jts.
Received

New / Used
SIZE
MATERIAL DESCRIPTION
CONN.
MATERIAL MOVEMENTS




Jts. FOOTAGE W/O
Arrival Date Unloading Time
Tot.

Jose Perez

* Charges on Inbounds apply after 5:00pm Mon-Fri. And/or Weekends & Holidays
Received By:
Amount of hours & minutes charged
Total cost for this service


Carrier Received From
Third Party
Monitor
Comments

Energy Technology Corp.
Technical Industries, Inc.
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Approved By: Octavio Morales Shipped By: Jose Perez
* Charges on Loadouts apply after 5:00pm Mon-Fri. And/or Weekends & Holidays

Amount of hours & minutes charged
Total cost for this service

Total Jts.
Shipped
Load Date

Tot.
MATERIAL MOVEMENTS
Load Time Carrier Destination Third Party Monitor COMMENTS
R TYPE MANUF.
New / Used
MATERIAL DESCRIPTION
Jts. FOOTAGE W/O SIZE WEIGHT GRADE CONN.
Comments
Customer Well Name Release#
P.O.#
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
Date Supplier
15438A Miller Road No.1
Houston Texas 77049
PH 281 862 2800 Fax: 281 862 0030
ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR LOADOUTS
Energy Technology Corp.
Technical Industries, Inc.
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ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
DATE T.I. W/O
CUSTOMER WELL NAME SUPPLIER
CUST. WO #
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER
O.D. TYPE SPECIFICATION
WEIGHT RANGE WALL
GRADE NEW/USED
Service Code Rate Discount Amount
TOTAL
Materials
MATERIAL CLEANED
MATERIAL THREAD COMPOUND
ALTERNATE THREAD COMPOUND
COMMENTS:
INSPECTION ORDERED BY :

UNIT
INSPECTED TO


Description
15438A Miller #1 Rd. Houston, Texas 77049 Phone
281 862 2800 Fax 281 862 2828
SERVICE TICKET
CUSTOMER P/O
INSPECTION
MINUMUM WALL



















Qty.
END USER
Energy Technology Corp.
Technical Industries, Inc.
Page 1 of 1
F-7.2.2-4-ex Rev. B--10-1-2009
Straight Bill of Lading-Short Form
(Name of Carrier)
RECEIVED, subj ect to the cl assi fi cati ons and tari ffs i n effect on the date of the i ssue of the Bi l l of Lading
at HOUSTON, TX FROM TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
the property descri bed bel ow, i n apparent good order, except as noted (contents and condi tion of contents), marked, consi gned and desti ned as i ndi cated bel ow, whi ch sai d carri er (the word carri er bei ng understood throughout thi s contract as meani ng any person or corporati on i n
possessi on of the property under the contract) agrees to carry to i ts usual pl ace of del i very at sai d desti nati ons, i f on i ts route, otherwi se to del i ver to another carri er on the route to sai d desti nati on. It i s mutual l y agreed, as to each carri er of al l or any of sai d property over al l or any
portion of sai d route to desti nati on, and as to each party at any ti me i nterested i n al l or any of said property, that every servi ce to be performed herunder shal l be subj ect to al l the terms and conditi ons of the Uniform Domesti c Strai ght Bil l of Ladi ng set forth (1) i n Uni form Fri eght
Cl assi fi cati on in effect on the date hereof, i f thi s i s a rai l or a rai l -water shi pment, or (2) i n the appl i cabl e motor carri er cl assi fi cati ons or tariff i f thi s i s a motor carri er shi pment.
Shipper hereby certifies that he is familiar with all the terms and conditions of the said bill of lading , including those on the back thereof, set forth in the classification or tariff which governs the transportation of this shipment, and the said terms and conditions are
hereby agreed to by the shipper and accepted for himself and his assigns.
Consigned to: Well:
Destination: : y t n u o C : p i Z : e t a t S
Delivery Address:
Route:
: . o N : s l a i t i n I e l c i h e V r o r a C : r e i r r a C y r e v i l e D
No. Packages Hazardous Materials
Description of Articles, Special Marks and
Exceptions
*Weight
(Subject to Corr.)
Class or Rate X






Total Jts.: Footage: Weight:
Comments
SHIPPERS CERTIFICATION: Thi s i s to certi fy that the above-named materi al s are properl y cl assi fi ed,
descri bed, packaged, marked and l abel ed, and are i n proper condi ti on for transportati on accordi ng to the
appl i cabl e regul ati ons of the Department of Transportati on. SIGNATURE__________ TITLE__________
*If the shi pment moves between two ports by a carri er by water, the l aw requi res that the bi l l of l adi ng shal l state whether i t i s "carri er's or shi pper's wei ght".
**Shi pper's i mpri nts i n li eu of stamp; not a part of Bi l l of Ladi ng approved by the Interstate Commerce Commi ssi on.
Note-Where the rate i s dependent on val ue, shi ppers are requi red to state speci fi cal l y i n wri tti ng the agreed or decl ared val ue of the property.
The agreed or decl ared val ue of the property i s hereby speci fi cal l y stated by the shi pper to be not exceedi ng.
This Shipment is correctly described
Correct weight is _____________ lbs.
** The fi bre boxes used for thi s shi pment conform to
the speci fi cati ons set forth i n the box makers certi fi cate
thereon and al l other requi rements of the
Consol i dated Frei ght Cl assi fi cati on.
______________________Shipper
Per______________________
Subj ect to Secti on 7 of condi ti ons of appl i cabl e bi l l of
l adi ng, if thi s shi pment i s to be del i vered to the consi gnee
wi thout recourse on the consignor, the consi gnor shal l si gn
the fol l owi ng statement.The carri er shal l not make del iver of
thi s shi pment wi thout payment of frei ght and al l other l awful
charges.Per
________________________________________
(Si gnature of consi gnor)
If charges are to be prepai d, wri te or stamp here, "To be
Prepai d"
________________________________________
Recei ved $ ________________________________
to appl y i n prepayment of the charges on the property
descri bed hereon.
________________________________________
Agent or Cashi er
Per ___________________________________
(The si gnature here acknowl edges onl y the amounts
perpai d.)
________________________________________
Charges advanced
$________________________________________
C.O.D. SHIPMENT
C.O.D. Amt. ____________
Collection Fee __________
Total Charges ___________
Technical Industries, Inc. Shipper, Per ___________________ ________________ Agent, Per ____________________
Rev A 08/03/2006 F-7.2.2-5-wb
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
(Mail or street address of consignee-For purposes of notifi cati ons onl y.)
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
* To be fi l led i n onl y when shi pper desi res and governi ng tari ffs provi de for del i very there
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY Corp. /
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, Inc.
Energy Technology Corp. /
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
P.O. Box 52523 Lafayette, LA 70505
Ph 337 984 2000 Fax 337 988 1777 www.technicalindustries.com ESTABLISHED SINCE
1971
OILFIELD TUBULAR & EQUIPMENT, NDT, UT, EMI, TESTING, STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, COATING, THREADING, MILL SERVICES & CONSULTING
U.S.A. LOUISIANA: P.O. BOX 52523 LAFAYETTE, LA 70505 U.S.A. PH. (337) 984 2000 FAX. (337) 988 1777
U.S.A. TEXAS: 15438A MILLER ROAD 1, HOUSTON, TX 77049 U.S.A. PH. (281) 862 2800 FAX. (281) 862 0030
MEXICO: 222 INDEPENCIA C.P. 94290 BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ, MEXICO PH. FAX. (52) (2299) 860733
SAUDI ARABIA: AL-SUWAIKET EST. P.O. 321 AL-KHOBAR 31952, SAUDI ARABIA PH. 966 3 898 5000 FAX. 5500

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HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT


I, the authorized representative of (Name of purchaser)_____________________________,
herein referred to as Customer, hereby shall defend and waive any claims/losses against
Technical Industries, Inc., herein referred to as Supplier, for punitive, exemplary,
consequential or direct damages arising out of any work done by Supplier, including without
limitation, loss of profits, loss of production, or loss of use. The waiver afforded Supplier
(and its Group) by this provision shall be applicable even if such Claim/Losses are caused
by Negligence/Fault of the Supplier (or its Group) or any other person benefiting from the
waiver. To the extent permitted by law, any statutory remedies that are inconsistent with any
provision of the contract are waived.

Customer shall, as the case may be, promptly give to Supplier notice in writing of any
Claim/Loss that has been made known to Customer, including any proceedings
commenced, through the representative of the Supplier for which Indemnification is
claimed.

Supplier shall confer with the Indemnitee the Defense of any such Claim/Loss. The
Supplier shall retain control of any litigation or defense. Any settlement made thereof shall
be approved by the Supplier.

This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Louisiana law
excluding the conflicts of law provisions thereof. Proper venue and jurisdiction shall be
the State of Louisiana, Parish and City of Lafayette.



By:_____________________________________ Date: ____________________


________________________________________
(Customers Printed Name)
Owner, Partner and/or Authorized Representative




Energy Technology Corp.
Technical Industries, Inc.


Supplier Qualification
Form

Doc. No. F-7.2.4-1

Energy Technology Corp. 1 of 2 Rev. A 08/03/06
Technical Industries, inc. F-7.2.4-1

Supplier name: ________________________________________________
Supplier address: ________________________________________________
City, State, & Country: ________________________________________________
Telephone no. ________________________________________________
Fax no. ________________________________________________
E-mail ________________________________________________
Contact name: ________________________________________________


1. Do you currently meet any of the following? (Check as many as apply):

ISO 9001 certified. Yes no (if yes, Cert. no. _____________________)
Registered with Competent Authority yes no (if yes, Reg. no. _____________________)
Other 3
rd
Party Certification of Facility yes no (if yes, explain ______________________)
_______________________________________________________________________________
1. Has Technical Industries Co., Inc. conducted a Site Survey of your facility? yes no

2. Have you provided at least three (3) consecutive shipments to Technical Industries Co., Inc. that met
specified requirements? yes no

3. Have you previously provided test samples to Technical Industries Co., Inc., which met qualification?
(check one) yes no

4. Do you have the following Department(s) in your company? QC QA none


Completed By: ________________________ Date: _______________



For Technical Industries Co., Inc. Use Only:

Approved By: _______________________ Date: _______________

In God We Trust
Louisiana Texas
Tel: 337-984-2000 281-862-2800
www.technicalindustries.com Fax: 337-988-1777 281-862-0030
technicalindustries@technicalindustries.com Requisition Form
Requisition Number
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Exempt
$0.00
Disc % Description Price
Sub Total
Shipping
Tax
Grand Total
Total
Requisitioned By
Approved By
QTY
091810-1209
Company Name
Technical Industries, Inc.
Established since 1971
Date 09/18/10
Item
Contact
Address
Approved Vendor?
Telephone
Yes No
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Technical Industries, Inc
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ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
15438A Miller #1 Rd. Houston, Texas 77049
Phone (281) 862-2800 Fax (281) 862-0030
WORK-ORDER FORM
6 0 / 3 0 / 8 0 . A . v e R b w - 1 - 1 . 5 . 7 - F c n I , s e i r t s u d n I l a c i n h c e T
INSPECTION DATE COMPLETION DATE TI W/O #
CUST. PO # RELEASE # UNIT #
INBOUND FTG. REQ. FTG.
CUSTOMER WELL NAME
CUSTOMER REP. PHONE
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUF. MINIMUM WALL
O.D. TYPE CUST. SPEC. INSPECTED TO:
WEIGHT RANGE DOPE SPEC.
GRADE NEW/USED WALL
S T N E M M O C / S N O I T C U R T S N I L A I C E P S N O I T P I R C S E D E C I V R E S E D O C E C I V R E S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NOTES
MONITOR INFO
COMPANY NAME PHONE NUMBER
MONITOR'S NAME FAX NUMBER
MONITOR'S SIGNATURE MISC.
TI WO#
RACK#
ENDFINISH
WALL
TYPE
Item JT # Tally Item JT # Tally Item JT # Tally Item JT # Tally Item JT # Tally
1 21 41 61 81
2 22 42 62 82
3 23 43 63 83
4 24 44 64 84
5 25 45 65 85
6 26 46 66 86
7 27 47 67 87
8 28 48 68 88
9 29 49 69 89
10 30 50 70 90
11 31 51 71 91
12 32 52 72 92
13 33 53 73 93
14 34 54 74 94
15 35 55 75 95
16 36 56 76 96
17 37 57 77 97
18 38 58 78 98
19 39 59 79 99
20 40 60 80 100

TOTAL WEIGHT
GRADE NEW/USED
TOTAL JOINTS TOTAL FOOTAGE

WEIGHT RANGE
SIZE MANUF.
DESTINATION
RELEASE#
COMMENTS AVG. TALLY
CUSTOMER
DATE
CARRIER
TRUCK#

Energy Technology Corp. / Technical Industries, Inc.
PURCHASE# BOLSTER#
15438A Miller No.1 RD.
Houston Texas 77049
281-862-2800 Fax: 281-862-0030
Material Tally Sheet
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Technical Industries, Inc.
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TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
TALLY SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE .
CUSTOMER CUST. WO # UNIT
CUSTOMER P/O INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION
WEIGHT RANGE WALL
GRADE NEW/USED MINIMUM WALL
COMMENTS .
Jt.# Serial# Heat# Tally Jt.# Serial# Heat# Tally Jt.# Serial# Heat# Tally Jt.# Serial# Heat# Tally
TOTAL JOINTS TOTAL FOOTAGE
INSPECTED TO



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Company or Customer name transferring/releasing the inventory:
Fax:
I the undersigned state that, I am the authorized person working on behalf of the owner of pipe(s) listed below hereby authorize
pipe below to be transferred/released to:
____________ Date: Month Day Year_____
Signature of the owner authorized representative.
TI WO# No. Jts. SIZE WEIGHT GRADE CONN R MFG FTG NEW WO# COMMENTS
Company or Customer name the material transferred/released to:
Fax:
Work Order No.(s) Transferred/Released To:
___________ Date: Month Day Year____
Signature of the recipient authorized representative.
TRANSFER AND RELEASE OF INVENTORY APPROVAL
Person Name:
Address:
Tel:
Email:
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP. / TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
P.O Box 52523 Lafayette, LA 70505
Ph 281 862 2800 Fax 281 862 0030 www.technicalindustries.com ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971
OILFIELD TUBULAR & EQUIPMENT, NDT, UT, EMI, TESTING, STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, COATING, THREADING, MILL SERVICES & CONSULTING.
U.S.A. LOUISIANA, PO BOX 52523 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 70505 USA. PH. (337) 984 2000 FAX. (337) 988 1777.
Person Name:
Address:
Tel:
U.S.A. TEXAS. 15438-A MILLER No. 1 Rd.. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77049 USA. PH. (281) 862 2800 FAX. (281) 862 0300
MEXICO. 222 INDEPENCIA C.P. 94290 BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ MEXICO PH. FAX. (52) (29) 860733
SAUDI ARABIA AL-SUWAIKET EST. PO 321 AL-KHOBAR 31952 SAUDI ARABIA PH.966 3 898 5000FAX.5500
I the undersigned state that, I am the authorized person working on behalf of the recipient hereby accept the transfer/release of the
above inventory, with related transfer/release fees, storage, and other related charges, according to Technical Industries, Inc., Terms &
Conditions.
Email:
Energy Technology Corp. /
Technical Industries, Inc F-7.5.3-3-wd Rev D. 2/24/2010
TI No. Item Name Serial No. Calibrated by: Cal Date Cal Due
Master Calibration Log
Master Gauges, Blocks & Equipment Calibrated and Traceable to N.I.S.T.
Energy Technology Corp. / Technical Industries, Inc.
Energy Technology Corp. /
Technical Industries, Inc.
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F-7.6-1-ex Rev. A-08/03/06
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP. /
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC. IN GOD WE TRUST
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1971

OILFIELD TUBULAR & EQUIPMENT, NDT, UT, EMI, TESTING STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, COATING, THREADING, MILL SERVICES & CONSULTING

LAFAYETTE P.O. BOX 52523 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 70505 USA. PHONE (318)984-2000 FAX (318) 988-1777
HOUSTON 10519 SHELDON RD. HOUSTON, TEXAS. 77044 USA P.O. BOX 1848 CHANNELVIEW, TX. 77530 PHONE (281) 456-8933 FAX (281) 456-8159
MEXICO 222 INDEPENDENCIA C.P. 94290 BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ, MEXICO PHONE (52) (29) 860733
SAUDI ARABIA AL-SUWAIKET EST. P.O. BOX 321 AL-KHOBAR 31952 SAUDI ARABIA PHONE (966) (3) 898-5000 FAX (966) (3) 898-5500

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CERTIFICATION
[type] VERIFICATION CERTIFICATE

TEST EQUIPMENT
1. [name of the equipment]
MANUFACTURED BY:
MODEL:
SERIAL:
CALIBRATE BY:
DATE DUE:
RESULTS:

This is to certify that above mentioned equipments are certified in accordance with the factory calibration
Procedures and traceable to [name of standard].

The above equipment are used to calibrated the below equipment and the certification done in
accordance with requirements of [name and section of standard].

AMMETER TYPE:
ITEM: MFG: MOD: SER:
TI-769
CAL. DATE:
DUE DATE:
MEASUREMENT DATA












______________________________________#1
TECHNICIAN

Energy Technology Corp.
Technical Industries, Inc.
Quality Procedure
Customer Survey

Doc. No. F-8.2.1-1

Energy Technology Corp. Page 1 of 1
Technical Industries, Inc. F-8.2.1-1 Rev. C-06/06/08
In compliance with the ISO 9001:2008; this information is needed to serve as a baseline for continuous improvement and actions to better
serve our customers. Please fill out the form below and return to Technical Industries, Inc. Fax: 281-862-2828 or email:
iso@technicalindustries.com

Name: Position: Date:

Company


Address

Email Address:

Phone Number:

Fax Number:

Purchase Order/ Contract Number: Point of Contact: Services Supplied by Technical Industries:

Please provide us with your honest opinions on the following based only on your most recent experience with Technical Industries, Inc.
Very
Dissatisfied
Dissatisfied
Neither
Satisfied or
Dissatisfied
Satisfied
Very
Satisfied
Overall, how satisfied are you with
1 2 3 4 5
The quality of the inspection services you received?
Comments:
The level of support you received?
The amount time it took to respond to your inquiries?
Comments:
Our inventory and inspection monitoring system?
Comments:
The amount of knowledge demonstrated by the sales force?
Comments:
Our level of technical expertise demonstrated?
Comments:
The amount of time it took to complete your order?
Was delivery of inspected pipe on time? Yes or No
Overall, how satisfied are you with this experience with
Technical Industries, Inc.?

How likely are you to order our services again?
How likely are you to recommend our company to others?
What is/are your preferred method(s) to receive information? (i.e. postal mail, email, telephone, website, etc.) List in order of preference.


In what area(s) can we improve our business or commitment to the Customer?



Signature: Date:



INFORMATION
WORK ORDER # DATE
CUSTOMER CUST. WO #
CUSTOMER P/O UNIT
INSPECTION END USER
LENGTHS MANUFACTURER
SIZE SPECIFICATION
WEIGHT WALL
GRADE 5 %
END FINISH 10 %
TYPE 12.5 %
RANGE 87.5 %
NEW/USED 95 %
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP. / TECHNICAL
INDUSTRIES, INC
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Technical Industries, Inc.
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UNIT
RANGE
Comments:
Jt.# Heat # Tally

TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.


















% RBW
Long.
Length

Ind # Channel# Type
X Loc. ft
F/Grind
Y Loc.
F/ Grind
Average
Wall
% FSH RBW Appearance Action
87.5 %
10 % 90 %
Tran.
Width
Color
GRADE SPECIFICATION
12.5 %
WEIGHT TYPE MANUFACTURER 5 %
SIZE END FINISH NEW/USED WALL
CUSTOMER CUSTOMER P/O WELL NAME
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
VISONIC/OD PROVE-UP SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O INSPECTION
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Technical Industries, Inc.
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UNIT
RANGE
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4 Avg WT
1
WT
2
WT
3
WT
4
WT
5
WT
6
WT
7
WT
8
WT
9
WT
10
WT
11 Measured Depth %RBW










TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.










Circumferential Wall Thickness Measurements
(30, 60, 90 330 From Flaw)
Sound Path
MW
max
MW
min
Comments:
Jt.# Heat # Tally Ind # Type
Measured Wall Thickness Adjacent Wall Thickness
87.5 %
GRADE SPECIFICATION 10 % 90 %
12.5 %
WEIGHT TYPE MANUFACTURER 5 %
MATERIAL INSPECTED
SIZE END FINISH NEW/USED WALL
CUSTOMER CUSTOMER P/O WELL NAME
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
ADDITIONAL MID-WALL PROVE-UP INFORMATION SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O INSPECTION
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Technical Industries, Inc.
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TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, Inc.
PROVE-UP SHEET
MATERIAL INSPECTED
END FINISH MANUFACTURER
TYPE SPECIFICATION
RANGE WALL
NEW/USED MINIMUM WALL
Jt.# Color




















Operator: Prove up:
Reds: Red/White: White: Double White:



INSPECTED TO











DATE
CUSTOMER
INSPECTION
CUST. WO #
T.I. W/O
CUSTOMER P/O
PAGE
UNIT
Comments:
Lot or Mill #
Type
Defect
LENGTHS
SIZE
WEIGHT
GRADE



Tally Serial or Heat # Size Of Defect Location
Energy Technology Corp./
Technical Industries, Inc.
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ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP. / TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
LP DATA SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER WELL NAME UNIT
CUSTOMER P/O INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER 10 %
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION 12.5 %
WEIGHT RANGE WALL 87.5 %
GRADE NEW/USED 5 % 95 %
Mill End
Field End
EQUIPMENT
SERIAL # CAL.DUE
COMMENTS:
DATE LP DWELL TIME DEVELOPER DWELL TIME BATCH # BL INTENSITY QTY. INSPECTOR
BATCH # BL INTENSITY QTY. INSPECTOR DATE LP DWELL TIME DEVELOPER DWELL TIME
SERIAL #
UV METER
BLACK LIGHT Mill End SERIAL #
BLACK LIGHT Field End
PART #
BATCH # TYPE PENETRANT
TEST BLOCK
PART #
DATE
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Techni cal
#
I nc
I
I
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
1 5438A Mi l l er #1 Rd. Houston, Texas 77049
Phone (281
) 862-2800 Fax (291) 862-0030
PRI ME JOI NTS
F-4.2.4-4-wb
4 Inspecti onl
MATERIAL INSPECTED
Heat I
73713.
73713
73713
73713
73713
73713
737 13
73713
73713
7 1 7 1 a
73713
73713
73713
73713
73713
73713-
737 13
73713
73713
737' t 3
73713-
73713
73713-
73713-
737' t 3
JFE BEAR X BXP
73713-03
73713-03
73713-03
73713-O1
73713-03
73713-O4
73713-04
73713-O4
73713-04
7371 3-06
73713-01
73713 04
73713-05
737 13- 05
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REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
4.0 Quality management system
4.1 General requirements
Has Technical Industries, Inc. established, documented, implemented
and maintains a quality management system and continually improves
its effectiveness in accordance with the requirements of ISO
9001:2000?


Has Technical Industries, Inc.
a) identified the processes needed for the quality management
system and their application throughout Technical Industries,
Inc.
b) determined the sequence and interaction of these processes,
c) determined criteria and methods needed to ensured that both
the operation and control of these processes are effective,
d) ensured the availability of resources and information necessary
to support the operation and monitoring of these processes,
e) monitored, measured and analyzed these processes, and
f) implemented actions necessary to achieve planned results and
continual improvement of these processes?



Are these processes managed by Technical Industries, Inc. in
accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2000?

When Technical Industries, Inc. chooses to outsource any process that
affects product conformity with requirements, has Technical Industries,
Inc. ensured control over these processes?

Is the control of such outsourced processes identified within the quality
management system?




REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
4.2 Documentation Requirements
4.2.1 General
Does the quality management system documentation include:
a) documented statements of a quality policy and quality
objectives,
b) a quality manual,
c) documented procedures required by ISO 9001:2000,
d) documents needed by Technical Industries, Inc. to ensure the
effective planning, operation and control of its processes, and
e) quality records required by ISO 9001:2000? (see 4.2.4).


4.2.2 Quality manual

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Has Technical Industries, Inc. established and maintains a quality
manual that includes:

a) the scope of the quality management system, including details of
and justification for any exclusions (see 1.2),

b) the documented procedures established for the quality management
system, or reference to them, and

c) a description of the interaction between the processes of the quality
management system?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
4.2.3 Control of documents
Are documents required by the quality management system controlled?
Are quality records defined as a special type of document and
controlled according to the requirements given in 4.2.4?

Has a documented procedure been established to define the controls
needed:

a) to approve documents for adequacy prior to issue,


b) to review and update as necessary and re-approve documents,


c) to ensure that changes and the current revision status of
documents are identified,

d) to ensure that relevant versions of applicable documents are
available at points of use


e) to ensure that documents remain legible and readily identifiable,


f) to ensure that documents of external origin are identified and
their distribution controlled, and


g) to prevent the unintended use of obsolete documents, and to
apply suitable identification to them if they are retained for any
purpose?




REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
4.2.4 Control of records
Are quality records established and maintained to provide evidence of
conformity to requirements and of the effective operation of the quality
management system?



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Are quality records legible, readily identifiable and retrievable?


Has a documented procedure been established to define the controls
needed for the identification, storage, protection, retrieval, retention
time and disposition of quality records?


5 Management responsibility
5.1 Management commitment
Has Top management provided evidence of its commitment to the
development and implementation of the quality management system
and continually improving its effectiveness by

a) communicating to Technical Industries, Inc. personnel the
importance of meeting customer as well as statutory and regulatory
requirements,
b) establishing the quality policy,
c) ensuring that quality objectives are established,
d) conducting management reviews, and
e) ensuring the availability of resources?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
5.2 Customer focus
Has top management ensured that customer requirements are
determined and fulfilled with the aim of enhancing customer
satisfaction? (see 7.2.1 and 8.2.1)


5.3 Quality policy
Has Top management ensured that the quality policy:

a) is appropriate to the purpose of Technical Industries, Inc.,
b) includes a commitment to comply with requirements and
continually improve the effectiveness of the quality
management system,
c) provides a framework for establishing and reviewing quality
objectives,
d) is communicated and understood within Technical Industries, Inc.,
and
e) is reviewed for continuing suitability?


5.4 Planning
5.4.1 Quality objectives

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Has top management ensured that quality objectives, including those
needed to meet requirements for product [see 7.1 a)], are established
at relevant functions and levels within Technical Industries, Inc.?

Are the quality objectives measurable and consistent with the quality
policy?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
5.4.2 Quality management system planning
Does Top Management ensure that:

a) the planning of the quality management system is carried out in
order to meet the requirements given in 4.1, as well as the quality
objectives, and

b) the integrity of the quality management system is maintained when
changes to the quality management system are planned and
implemented?


5.5 Responsibility, authority and communication
5.5.1 Responsibility and authority
Has top management ensured that the responsibilities, authorities and
their interrelation are defined and communicated within Technical
Industries, Inc.?

5.5.2 Management representative
Has Top management appointed a member of management who,
irrespective of other responsibilities, shall have responsibility and
authority that includes
a) ensuring that processes needed for the quality management
system are established, implemented and maintained,
b) reporting to Top management on the performance of the quality
management system and any need for improvement, and
c) ensuring the promotion of awareness of customer requirements
throughout Technical Industries, Inc.?




REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
5.5.3 Internal communication
Has top management ensured that appropriate communication
processes are established within Technical Industries, Inc. and that
communication takes place regarding the effectiveness of the quality
management system?

5.6 Management review
5.6.1 General

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Does Top management review Technical Industries, Inc. quality
management system, at planned intervals, to ensure its continuing
suitability, adequacy and effectiveness?


Does this review include assessing opportunities for improvement and
the need for changes to the quality management system, including the
quality policy and quality objectives?

Are records from management reviews maintained? (see 4.2.4).


5.6.2 Review input
Does the input to management review include information on
a) results of audits,
b) customer feedback,
c) process performance and product conformity,
d) status of preventive and corrective actions,
e) follow-up actions from previous management reviews,
f) planned changes that could affect the quality management
system, and
g) recommendations for improvement?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
5.6.3 Review output
Does the output from the management review include any decisions
and actions related to
a) improvement of the effectiveness of the quality management system
and its processes,
b) improvement of product related to customer requirements, and
resource needs?

6 Resource management
6.1 Provision of resources
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined and provides the resources
needed to:
a) implement and maintain the quality management system
b) continually improve its effectiveness, and to enhance customer
satisfaction by meeting customer requirements?

6.2 Human resources
6.2.1 General
Are personnel performing work affecting product quality, competent on
the basis of appropriate education, training, skills and experience?

6.2.2 Competence, awareness and training
Has Technical Industries, Inc.
a) determined the necessary competence for personnel performing
work affecting product quality,
b) provided training or take other actions to satisfy these needs,


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REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
6.2.2 Competence, awareness and training. Continued
c) evaluated the effectiveness of the actions taken,
d) ensured that its personnel are aware of the relevance and
importance of their activities and how they contribute to the
achievement of the quality objectives, and


e) maintained appropriate records of education, training, skills and
experience (see 4.2.4)?

6.3 Infrastructure
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined, provided and maintains the
infrastructure needed to achieve conformity to product requirements?


6.4 Work environment
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined and manages the work
environment needed to achieve conformity to product requirements?


7 Product realization
7.1 Planning of product realization
Has Technical Industries, Inc. planned and developed the processes
needed for product realization?


Is planning of product realization consistent with the requirements of
the other processes of the quality management system? (see 4.1).





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
Planning Continued
In planning product realization, has Technical Industries, Inc.
determined the following, as appropriate:

a) quality objectives and requirements for the product;
b) the need to established processes, documents, and provide
resources specific to the product;
c) required verification, validation, monitoring, inspection and test
activities specific to the product and the criteria for product acceptance;
d) records needed to provide evidence that the realization processes
and resulting product fulfill requirements? (see 4.2.4).



Is the output of this planning in a form suitable for Technical Industries,
Inc. method of operations?

7.2 Customer-related processes
7.2.1 Determination of requirements related to the product

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Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined

a) requirements specified by the customer, including the requirements
for delivery and post-delivery activities,
b) requirements not stated by the customer but necessary for specified
use or known and intended use,
c) statutory and regulatory requirements related to the product, and
d) any additional requirements determined by Technical Industries,
Inc.?






REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.2.2 Review of requirements related to the product
Has Technical Industries, Inc. reviewed the requirements related to the
product?

Is this review conducted prior to Technical Industries, Inc. commitment
to supply a product to the customer (e.g. submission of tenders,
acceptance of contracts or orders, acceptance of changes to contracts
or orders) and ensures that:
a) product requirements are defined,
b) contract or order requirements differing from those previously
expressed are resolved, and
c) Technical Industries, Inc. has the ability to meet the defined
requirements?

Are records of the results of the review and actions arising from the
review maintained? (see 4.2.4)

Where the customer provides no documented statement of
requirement, are the customer requirements confirmed by Technical
Industries, Inc. before acceptance?

Where product requirements are changed, has Technical Industries,
Inc. ensured that relevant documents are amended and that relevant
personnel are made aware of the changed requirements?

7.2.3 Customer communication
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined and implemented effective
arrangements for communicating with customers in relation to
a) product information,
b) enquiries, contracts or order handling, including amendments,
and
c) customer feedback, including customer complaints?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
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Has Technical Industries, Inc. planned and controlled the design and
development of product?


During the design and development planning, has Technical Industries,
Inc. determined:

a) the design and development stages,
b) the review, verification and validation that are appropriate to each
design and development stage, and
c) the responsibilities and authorities for design and development?

Has Technical Industries, Inc. managed the interfaces between
different groups involved in design and development to ensure effective
communication and clear assignment of responsibility?


Is planning output updated, as appropriate, as the design and
development progresses




REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.3.2 Design and development inputs
Are inputs relating to product requirements determined and records
maintained (see 4.2.4)?


Do these inputs include:
a) functional and performance requirements,
b) applicable statutory and regulatory requirements,
c) where applicable, information derived from previous similar designs,
and
d) other requirements essential for design and development?

Are these inputs reviewed for adequacy and that requirements are
complete, unambiguous and not in conflict with each other?


7.3.3 Design and development outputs
Are the outputs of design and development provided in a form that
enables verification against the design and development input?

Are the outputs of design and development approved prior to release?
Do design and development outputs:
a) meet the input requirements for design and development,
b) provide appropriate information for purchasing, production and
for service provision,
c) contain or reference product acceptance criteria, and
d) specify the characteristics of the product that are essential for its
safe and proper use?




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REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.3.4 Design and development review
At suitable stages, are systematic reviews of design and development
conducted:
a) to evaluate the ability of the results of design and development
to fulfill requirements, and
b) to identified any problems and propose necessary actions?

Do these reviews include representatives of functions concerned with
the design and development stage(s) being reviewed?
Are records of the results of the reviews and any necessary actions
maintained (see 4.2.4)?

7.3.5 Design and development verification
Is design and development verification performed to ensure that the
design and development outputs have satisfied the design and
development input requirements?


Are records of the results of the verification and any necessary actions
maintained (see 4.2.4)?

7.3.6 Design and development validation
Is design and development validation performed in accordance with
planned arrangements (see 7.3.1) to ensure that the resulting product
is capable of fulfilling the requirements for the specified or known
intended use or application?


Wherever practicable, is validation completed prior to the delivery or
implementation of the product?

Are records of the results of validation and any necessary actions shall
be maintained (see 4.2.4)?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.3.7 Control of design and development changes
Are design and development changes identified and records
maintained?

Are the changes reviewed, verified and validated, as appropriate, and
approved before implementation?

Does the review of design and development changes include
evaluation of the effect of the changes on constituent parts and
delivered product?

Are records of the results of the review of changes and any necessary
actions maintained (see 4.2.4)?

7.4 Purchasing
7.4.1 Purchasing process

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Has Technical Industries, Inc. ensured that purchased product
conforms to specified purchase requirements?

Is the type and extent of control applied to the supplier and the
purchased product dependent upon the effect of the purchased product
on subsequent product realization or the final product?

Has Technical Industries, Inc. evaluated and selected suppliers based
on their ability to supply product in accordance with Technical
Industries, Inc. requirements?


Is the criteria for selection, evaluation and re-evaluation of suppliers
established?


Are records of the results of evaluations and any necessary actions
arising from the evaluation maintained? (see 4.2.4)






REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.4.2 Purchasing information
Does purchasing information describe the product to be purchased,
including where appropriate:
a) requirements for approval of product, procedures, processes and
equipment,
b) requirements for qualification of personnel, and
c) quality management system requirements?

Has Technical Industries, Inc. ensured the adequacy of specified
purchase requirements prior to their communication to the supplier?


7.4.3 Verification of purchased product
Has Technical Industries, Inc. established and implemented the
inspection or other activities necessary for ensuring that purchased
product meets specified purchase requirements?


Where Technical Industries, Inc. or its customer intends to perform
verification at the suppliers premises, has Technical Industries, Inc.
stated the intended verification arrangements and method of product
release in the purchasing information to the supplier?


7.5 Production and service provision
7.5.1 Control of production and service provision

Has Technical Industries, Inc. planned and carried out production and
service provision under controlled conditions?





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REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
Do controlled conditions include, as applicable:
a) the availability of information that describes the characteristics
of the product,
b) the availability of work instructions,
c) the use of suitable equipment,
d) the availability and use of monitoring and measuring devices,
e) the implementation of monitoring and measurement, and
the implementation of release, delivery and post-delivery
activities?

7.5.2 Validation of processes for production and service provision.
Has Technical Industries, Inc. validated any processes for production
and service provision where the resulting output cannot be verified by
subsequent monitoring or measurement?

Does this include any processes where deficiencies become apparent
only after the product is in use or the service has been delivered?

Does process validation demonstrate the ability of these processes to
achieve planned results?

Has Technical Industries, Inc. established arrangements for these
processes including, as applicable:
a) defined criteria for review and approval of the processes,
b) approval of equipment and qualification of personnel,
c) use of specific methods and procedures,
d) requirements for records (see 4.2.4), and
f) revalidation?






REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.5.3 Identification and traceability
Where appropriate, has Technical Industries, Inc. identified the product
by suitable means throughout product realization?


Has Technical Industries, Inc. identified the product status with respect
to monitoring and measurement requirements?


Where traceability is a requirement, has Technical Industries, Inc.
controlled and recorded the unique identification of the product?
(see 4.2.4).



7.5.4 Customer property

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Technical Industries, Inc.
Has Technical Industries, Inc. exercised care with customer property
while it is under Technical Industries, Inc. control or being used by
Technical Industries, Inc.?


Has Technical Industries, Inc. identified, verified, protected and
safeguarded customer property provided for use or incorporation into
the product?


If any customer property is lost, damaged or otherwise found to be
unsuitable for use, is this reported to the customer and records
maintained? (see 4.2.4)


7.5.5 Preservation of product
Has Technical Industries, Inc. preserved the conformity of product
during internal processing and delivery to the intended destination?


Does this preservation include identification, handling, packaging,
storage and protection?




REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
7.6 Control of monitoring and measuring devices.
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined the monitoring and
measurement to be undertaken and the monitoring and measuring
devices needed to provide evidence of conformity of product to
determined requirements? (see 7.2.1)

Has Technical Industries, Inc. established processes to ensure that
monitoring and measurement can be carried out and is carried out in a
manner that is consistent with the monitoring and measurement
requirements?

Where necessary to ensure valid results, is measuring equipment:
a) calibrated or verified at specified intervals, or prior to use,
b) calibrated against measurement standards traceable to national
measurement standards;
c) where no such standards exist, is the basis used for calibration or
verification recorded;
d) adjusted or re-adjusted as necessary;
e) identified to enable the calibration status to be determined;
f) safeguarded from adjustments that would invalidate the
measurement result;
g) protected from damage and deterioration during handling,
maintenance and storage?


Has Technical Industries, Inc. assessed and recorded the validity of
previous measuring results when the equipment is found not to conform
to requirements?



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Product:
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REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
Has Technical Industries, Inc. taken appropriate action on the
equipment and any product affected?

Are records of the results of calibration and verification maintained?
(see 4.2.4)

When used in the monitoring and measurement of specified
requirements, has the ability of computer software to satisfy the
intended application been confirmed?

Is this undertaken prior to initial use and reconfirmed as necessary?


8 Measurement, analysis and improvement
8.1 General
Has Technical Industries, Inc. planned and implemented the
monitoring, measurement, analysis and improvement processes
needed:
a) to demonstrate conformity of the product,
b) to ensured conformity of the quality management system, and
c) to continually improve the effectiveness of the quality management
system?


Does this activity include determination of applicable methods,
including statistical techniques, and the extent of their use?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
8.2 Monitoring and measurement
8.2.1 Customer satisfaction
As one of the measurements of the performance of the quality
management system, has Technical Industries, Inc. monitored
information relating to customer perception as to whether Technical
Industries, Inc. has fulfilled customer requirements?


Have the methods for obtaining and using this information been
determined?


8.2.2 Internal audit

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Product:
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Technical Industries, Inc.
Has Technical Industries, Inc. conducted internal audits at planned
intervals to determined whether the quality management system:
a) conforms to the planned arrangements (see 7.1), to the
requirements of ISO 9001:2000 and to the quality management
system requirements established by Technical Industries, Inc.,
and

b) is effectively implemented and maintained?.

Is the audit program planned, taking into consideration the status and
importance of the processes and areas to be audited, as well as the
results of previous audits?

Has the audit criteria, scope, frequency and methods been defined?
Does the selection of auditors and conduct of audits ensure objectivity
and impartiality of the audit process?

Is it assured that auditors do not audit their own work?



REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
Have the responsibilities and requirements for planning and conducting
audits, and for reporting results and maintaining records (see 4.2.4)
been defined in a documented procedure?


Does the management responsible for the area being audited ensure
that actions are taken without undue delay to eliminate detected
nonconformities and their causes?

Do follow-up activities include the verification of the actions taken and
the reporting of verification results? (see 8.5.2 Corrective Actions)


8.2.3 Monitoring and measurement of processes.
Has Technical Industries, Inc. applied suitable methods for monitoring
and, where applicable, measurement of the quality management
system processes?

Do these methods demonstrate the ability of the processes to achieve
planned results?


When planned results are not achieved, is correction and corrective
action taken, as appropriate, to ensure conformity of the product?


8.2.4 Monitoring and measurement of product
Has Technical Industries, Inc. monitored and measured the
characteristics of the product to verify that product requirements are
fulfilled?

Is this carried out at appropriate stages of the product realization
process in accordance with the planned arrangements (see 7.1)?





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Product:
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Technical Industries, Inc.

REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
Is evidence of conformity with the acceptance criteria maintained?


Do records indicate the person(s) authorizing release of product? (see
4.2.4)

Is it ensured that product release and service delivery does not proceed
until all the planned arrangements (see 7.1) have been satisfactorily
completed, unless otherwise approved by a relevant authority, and
where applicable by the customer?

8.3 Control of nonconforming product
Has Technical Industries, Inc. ensured that product which does not
conform to product requirements is identified and controlled to prevent
its unintended use or delivery?

Are the controls and related responsibilities and authorities for dealing
with nonconforming product defined in a documented procedure?


Has Technical Industries, Inc. dealt with nonconforming product by one
or more of the following ways:

a) by taking action to eliminate the detected nonconformity;
b) by authorizing its use, release or acceptance under concession
by a relevant authority and, where applicable, by the customer;
c) by taking action to preclude its original intended use or
application?


Are records of the nature of nonconformities and any subsequent
actions taken, including concessions obtained, maintained? (see 4.2.4)




REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
When nonconforming product is corrected, is it subject to re-verification
to demonstrate conformity to the requirements?


When nonconforming product is detected after delivery or use has
started, has Technical Industries, Inc. take action appropriate to the
effects, or potential effects, of the nonconformity?


8.4 Analysis of data
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined, collected and analyzed
appropriate data to demonstrate the suitability and effectiveness of the
quality management system and evaluated where continual
improvement of the quality management system can be made?

Does this include data generated as a result of monitoring and
measurement and from other relevant sources?


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Product:
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Technical Industries, Inc.
Does the analysis of data provide information relating to
a) customer satisfaction (see 8.2.1),
b) conformance to product requirements (see 7.2.1),
c) characteristics and trends of processes and products including
opportunities for preventive action, and
d) suppliers?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
8.5 Improvement
8.5.1 Continual improvement
Has Technical Industries, Inc. continually improved the effectiveness of
the quality management system through the use of the quality policy,
quality objectives, audit results, analysis of data, corrective and
preventive actions and management review?


8.5.2 Corrective action
Has Technical Industries, Inc. take action to eliminate the cause of
nonconformities in order to prevent recurrence?


Are corrective actions appropriate to the effects of the nonconformities
encountered?


Has a documented procedure been established to define requirements
for:
a) reviewing nonconformities (including customer complaints),
b) determining the causes of nonconformities,
c) evaluating the need for action to ensure that nonconformities do not
recur;
d) determining and implementing action needed,
e) records of the results of action taken (see 4.2.4), and
f) reviewing corrective action taken?





REQUIREMENTS/QUESTIONS C NC Audit Evidence
8.5.3 Preventive action
Has Technical Industries, Inc. determined action to eliminate the
causes of potential nonconformities in order to prevent their
occurrence?


Are preventive actions appropriate to the effects of the potential
problems?



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Technical Industries, Inc.
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Product:
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Technical Industries, Inc.
Has a documented procedure been established to define requirements
for:
a) determining potential nonconformities and their causes,
b) evaluating the need for action to prevent occurrence of
nonconformities,
c) determining and implementing action needed,
d) records of results of action taken (see 4.2.4), and
e) reviewing preventive action taken?




Energy Technology Corp/
Technical Industries, Inc.


Internal Quality Audit
Plan
Doc. No.
F-8.2-4

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Technical Industries, Inc F-8.2-4-doc Rev B-06/09/08
Page 1 of 1
Date: Purpose of Audit:
Lead Auditor: Scope of Audit:
Auditor: Auditor:
Date / Time

Activity Auditor Auditee

























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Date: Purpose of Audit:
Lead Auditor: Scope of Audit:
Auditor: Auditor:

Distribution:
1) CEO
2) Management Representative
3)



Summary:

Non Conformities by Clause
Name Clause Total

























Lead Auditor: _________________________________

Signature: ____________________________________

Date: ________________________________________




Energy Technology, Corp./
Technical Industries, Inc.

NCR-CAR-PAR Log


Energy Technology Corp. / . F-8.3-1 Rev. B 9-21-2007
Technical Industries, Inc
NCR # CAR # PAR # Date Opened Date Closed Additional Comments


















Energy Technology Corp./
Technical Industries, Inc.

Nonconformity Report

Doc. No.
F-8.3-2


Energy Technology Corp. / . F-8.3-2 doc Rev-B 11-09-2009
Technical Industries, Inc
Reported By: Robert Webb Date: October 23,2006 NCR # 001
Nonconformity Type
Product: Process:

Customer Return-Warranty:

Customer Name:
Vendor Problem: Vendor Name:
Other:

Description of Nonconformity
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
Supervisor / Manager Review: Date:
Disposition
Scrap: Rework:
Repair: Re-Use / Re-Grade:
Reject & Return to Vendor: Acceptable As Is:
Disposition Approved By:

Corrective Action Initiated ? Yes No




Closed-Out By:

Date:

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ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
OD READINGS REPORT
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
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Technical Industries, Inc.
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ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
DRIFT DATA SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER WELL NAME UNIT
CUSTOMER PO INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION
WEIGHT RANGE WALL
GRADE NEW/USED 5 %
TECHNICIAN
LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH
B MIDDLE C END
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DRIFT
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SADDLE GAUGE SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER WELL NAME UNIT
CUSTOMER P/O INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION
WEIGHT RANGE WALL
GRADE NEW/USED MINIMUM WALL
Item
No.
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Item
No.
Joint No. Box Reading Pin Reading
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EMI UNIT SETUP SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER CUST. WO # UNIT
CUSTOMER P/O INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS
SIZE
WEIGHT
GRADE
CALIBRATION
ROTATION HEAD SPEED ___________________ RPM
LINEAR PIPE SPEED ______________________ FT/MIN
PERCENTAGE COVERAGE ________________ %
WALL REFERENCE
DEMAG COIL _________________________ DC AMPS
LONGITUDNAL MAG COIL _______________ DC AMPS CAL. DATE: _____________ DUE: _____________
TRANSVERSE MAG COIL _______________ DC AMPS CAL. DATE: _____________ DUE: _____________
CAL. DATE: _____________ DUE: _____________
HIGH __________ NOMINAL ______________ LOW__________
COMMENTS
OPERATOR PROVEUP DATE
INSPECTED TO
TYPE SPECIFICATION
END FINISH MANUFACTURER
RANGE WALL



NEW/USED MINIMUM WALL
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Date: FLUT: WO:
Transducer
Serial # CH-1

Transducer
Serial # CH-3-4
TRANS
Transducer
Serial # CH-5-6
LONG
Transducer
Serial # CH-7-8
45 R
Transducer
Serial # CH-9-10
45 L
Transducer
Serial # CH-11-12
22 R
Transducer
Serial # CH-13-14
22 L
Transducer
Serial # CH-15-16
11 R
Transducer
Serial # CH-17-18
11 L
Transducer
Serial # CH-2
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
Transducer Serialization Sheet - Tubing
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
WALL
WALL
Energy Technology Corp./
Technical Industries, Inc
F-8.4.5-17-ex
Page 1 of 1 Rev B. 10-11-2010
Date: W.O. #
Serial #
CH-19 Mhz Ch-1 Serial #
Wall Degrees Wall Mhz
Degrees
Serial # Ch-3
CH-4 Mhz Trans Serial #
TRANS Degrees Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
CH-6 Mhz Ch-5 Serial #
LONG Degrees Long Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
CH-8 Mhz Ch-7 Serial #
45 R Degrees 45 R Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
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45 L Degrees 45 L Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
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22 R Degrees 22-R Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
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22 L Degrees 22-L Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
CH-16 Mhz Ch-15 Serial #
11 R Degrees 11-L Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
CH-18 Mhz Ch-17 Serial #
11 L Degrees 11-L Mhz
Degrees
Serial #
CH-20 Mhz Ch-2 Serial #
Wall WALL Degrees Wall Mhz
Degrees
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP./
Transducer Serialization Sheet - Casing
FLUT-18
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
WALL
WALL
WALL
WALL
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HARDNESS SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER WELL NAME
CUSTOMER PO INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER 10 %
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION 12.5 %
WEIGHT RANGE WALL 87.5 %
GRADE NEW/USED 5 % 95 %
Jt. #
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UNIT
Comments
Heat# Coupling Mill End Middle Field End Color
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HARDNESS CALIBRATION SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER WELL NAME
CUSTOMER PO INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER 10 %
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION 12.5 %
WEIGHT RANGE WALL 87.5 %
GRADE NEW/USED 5 % 95 %
Instrument Information:
Model #: _________________ Manufacturer: _________________ Serial # _______________
Cal Date: __________________ Cal Due: ___________________
Technician Cal #
UNIT
Comments
Date Time Cal Readings Avg.
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Date:
Page: Of:
Jt. # OD
Bev. Dia. CB
Length
CB Dia. Shld.
Width
Tong
Space
Seal
Width
Profile/Vi
sual
Acc/Rej. Grade OD ID
Bev. Dia. Pin
Length
Base
Length
Tong
Space
Profile/Vi
sual
ACC/REJ
Pins RF
Energy Technology Corp. / Technical Industries, Inc.
DRILL PIPE CONNECTION DIMENSIONAL LOG SHEET
Customer:
Conn. Description:
TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES,INC. MILLER RD 1 Location:
Well/Rig:
Inspection Co:
Boxes Prime Boxes Reject
Pipe Supplier:
Box Pin
Boxes RF Pins Prime Pins Reject
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OD READING SHEET
DATE T.I. W/O PAGE
CUSTOMER CUST. WO # UNIT
CUSTOMER P/O INSPECTION
MATERIAL INSPECTED
LENGTHS END FINISH MANUFACTURER INSPECTED TO
SIZE TYPE SPECIFICATION
WEIGHT RANGE WALL
GRADE NEW/USED MINIMUM WALL
Jt.#

Operator: Prove up:











































F/E Serial or Heat #
Jt.# OD MIN OD MAX OD MIN OD MAX OD MIN OD MAX
Comments:
M/E CENTER














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Technical Industries, Inc.

Corrective / Preventive
Action Request
Doc. No.
F-8.5.3-1

Energy Technology Corp. / F-8.5.3-1doc Rev. B 11/01/09
Technical Industries, Inc.

Corrective / Preventive
Action Report
Title: CAR No. or
PAR No.
Date: Originated by:
Assigned to: Department:
1) Description of Nonconformity or Current Condition






2) Root Cause:






3) Does non-conformity or condition justify an action: Type:
4)Corrective Action:






5) Preventive Action:






5) Describe implementation and effectiveness of Action:





7) Action to resolve non conformity/condition to resolve Accepted Not
accepted


8) Quality Manager Signature:
Date:
In God We Trust
Tel: 337-984-2000
www.technicalindustries.com Fax: 337-988-1777
technicalindustries@technicalindustries.com Vacation Request
Employee
From Date:
To Date :
Email Address:
Manager
Email Address:
Comments
Signatures (Sign and print your name.)
Employee Date
Manager Date
H.R Director Date
Technical Industries, Inc.
Name :
Department :
Vacation Date
Established since 1971
Date Hired :
Name :
Telephone :