Instructor's Summary

Mr. Jeff Wessley


Mr. Jeff Wessley is a Senior Inspection Engineer with over 20 years of inspection experience in Petrochemical, Power and Oil & Gas industries. His expertise extends over the areas of Pipelines, Piping, Non-Destructive Testing, Metallurgy & Welding Technology, Corrosion Protection Systems, Cathodic Protection Systems, Pump Technology, Pressure Vessels, Boilers, Tank Inspection, Heat Exchangers, Steel Structures and Construction Safety & Health in accordance with the API, ASME, NBIC, ASTM, AWS, ASNT, OSHA, ACI & Mil-Specs and other regulatory agencies. He is also well-versed in radiographic film interpretation, nuclear prototyping, coating inspection, risk evaluation, quality assurance (QA), quality control (QC), NDE, nuclear power, PMS and pre-emergency planning.

Mr. Wessley is a Certified API 510 Inspector, API 653 Inspector, AWS Welding Inspector (CWI), Level II Welding Inspector from the Canadian Welding Bureau, ASNT Level III MT, PT & UT, Authorized Inspector from the National Board of Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspectors as well as a Qualified Pipeline Maintenance Technician V3, a Liquid Pipeline Abnormal Operating Conditions Operator from the NCCER and Veriforce and Certified Trainer for OSHA Construction Safety & Health. He has gained his expertise & thorough practical experience through several challenging positions such as a QA/QC Manager, Authorized & Contract Inspector, Senior Inspector, Boiler & Machinery Inspector, Third Party Inspector, Tank Inspector, Welding Inspector and NDE Coordinator.

Mr. Wessley has a Bachelor degree in Engineering from the Regents College in New York. Further, he has also certifications in Navy Nuclear Power & Prototype and in Radiographic Film Interpretation.  He is moreover professionally affiliated with the American Welding Society (AWS), the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing (ASNT), the American Petroleum Institute (API), the National Board of Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspectors, Canadian Welding Bureau and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).