Nobles maintains NATA accreditation for mechanical testing, certified visual inspection, non-destructive testing and calibration.

The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) is the national accreditation body for Australia. NATA's role is to serve the national and public interest, by ensuring that organisations (accredited facilities) comply with relevant international and Australian standards and so are competent to provide consistently reliable outputs and data to government, industry and the wider community. NATA accreditation provides an assurance of the competence, impartiality and integrity of facilities.

 


 

Members since 20**

LEEA is the respected and authoritative representative body for Members involved in all aspects of lifting operations and equipment in the lifting industry worldwide.  The association has played a key role for over half a century, from training and standards setting through to health and safety, the provision of technical and legal advice and the development of examination and licensing systems.

 


 

Accredited since 20**

DNV GL sets standards that comprise of safety, reliability and environmental requirements that vessels and other offshore mobile structures in international waters must comply with. DNV GL is authorized by 130 maritime administrations to perform certification or verification on their behalf.

 


 

Accredited since 20**

DLCS provides organisations with independent certification services which underpin best practice excellence, quality management, risk mitigation, corporate governance and business performance improvement. DLCS is accredited by the Government appointed accreditation body for Australia and New Zealand, JAS-ANZ, to conduct third party certification assessments under all ANZSIC industry codes.