About Us

We are pleased to introduce our company Emarat Engineering Inspection Services.
EEIS: Specialized in providing the following user specific NDT & Third Party Inspection services to their
valued Clients Since 1999.
 (NDT) None Destructive Testing: The techniques of assessing the authenticity & reliability of the tested
component without affecting the functional characteristics and properties of it.
 Third Party Inspection: Ensuring impeccable services with options of checkpoint as per international
standards for new construction and in process facilities.
 Technical Manpower Provider: When you work with EEIS you work with highly trained & professional
attitude is what you get from our rich pool of human resource.

EEIS: has imported, new brand & calibrated NDT equipment with the rich pool of highly qualified Technical
Staff. The adequate support, infrastructure, manpower, technologies services is all there with
EEIS: All that is needed is moving your fingertips and getting in touch with us to enable us to help you
recognize and maximize your end goal- i.e. PROFITS.
EEIS: is ISO 9001-2000 certified company.
EEIS: Registered from the below mentioned Organizations / Agencies.
1. Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission
2. Pakistan Engineering Council.
3. EOBI.
4. Oil & Gas Regularity Authority.
5. LPG Association of Pakistan.
6. Central Board of Revenue.
7. Kyung Do Enterprises (South Korea.)
Moreover, to see the market needs and the requirement of National & Multinational companies.
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NDT Specialist

Emarat Engineering Inspection Services

Providing the NDT, Third Party & Technical Manpower Services to Pipe Mills, Pipelines Petrochemical, Power Plants, Fertilizer, Cement Plants & Lifting Equipments etc.

High Standard of Quality

The company activities place particular emphasis on expertise, experience, capabilities, reliabilities, & quality. We believe a high standard of quality in all our services is essential to the achievement of corporate objectives & continued growth & success of company.

Quality Management System

It is the company intention to provide these services in manner, which fully meets to Client needs & statutory requirements. To achieve this objective, we have established & maintained an effective. Quality Management System Planed & Developed in conjunction with other management functions.

Continuously Evolving Program

A philosophy of continuous improvement has been adopted by Emarat Engineering Inspection Services. So that the quality system will be a continuously evolving program & one that is relevant to our organizational aims & goals, as well as meeting the needs & expectations of our valued clients.

Health, Safety and Environment Policy

It is of Emarat Engineering Inspection services to conduct operation to handle and dispose of
all materials safety and without creating unacceptable health, environmental or safety risk the
company will:

  • Establish and maintain programs to assure that laws and regulations applicable to its operation are known and obeyed.


  • Adopt appropriate industry and corporate standard where adequate laws and regulation do not exist.


  • Discontinue any operation if the health, safety and environment risk or cost is

To carry out this policy, Emarat Engineering Inspection Services.

1) Identify and control public health, environmental and safety hazards steaming form its operations.
2) Conduct accident prevention, product safety, occupational health and pollution control and assurance program to safeguard employees and the public from injuries or health hazards, to protect the company’s assets and continuity to operations and to protect the environment.
3) Cheek constructively with trade association, Government agencies and other to equable and realistic rules regulations and standards to protect public properly and environment.
4) Recognize the environmental impact of its operations and promote efficient energy use and reduction of wastes and emissions.
5) Encourage employees to report suspected or potential health, environmental or safety risk to appropriate personal with in the company so as to enable the company assess and respond to such risk.

Every employee is expected to adhere to the sprit as well as the letter of this policy and to make health, safety and environment priority in his or her daily activities. Site in-charges have a special obligation to keep informed about health, safety and environmental risk and standards to advise higher management promptly of any adverse situation, which comes to
their attention.


1) To cheek the functions of radiographic equipment regularly and keep them in well working conditions.

2) To keep radiographic equipment securely and safely to avoid any theft or misplace.

3) Not to stand a radiation equipment unnecessary.

4) Always wear film badge while handling radiographic equipment.

5) Always use radiation detectors (Survey meter / Gamma tone) during handling radiation equipment.

6) To make sure that radiation machines are not stored along with unexposed films explosives and dangerous goods.


1) As far as possible, field radiography should be carried out when there is little or no occupancy around.

2) An appropriate area around the radiation machine must be cordoned off during field radiography so that the radiation levels outside the area do not exceed the reference radiation levels for members of the public.

3) Radiation warning symbols must be conspicuously posted along the cordon offtape/rope.

4) When the radiography work is carried out at night time the radiography setup to the boundary of cordon off all sites must be adequately illumination throughout the duration of radiography work.

5) The concerned radiographer must be available on site when the radiography is in operation.

6) During panoramic the primary beam should be directed towards area of minimum occupancy.

7) When using the gamma ray source pencil must never be touched directly with hands in any condition.

8) Radiography work at elevated place and at location where accessibility is restricted or limited should be carried out very carefully.

9) Set the centering / supporting and fastening devise must be use or positioning radiography X-ray machine in order to avoid mishaps such as accidental fall etc.

10) Positioning oneself behind the X-ray machine making use of the shielding provided should always operate the radiography equipment by the body of equipment.

11) All operations should be planed in advance and accidents in minimum possible time.

12) After termination of each expose, it must be verified by means of a radiation survey meter that the machine has indeed returned to its safe position.

13) After completion of each expose all equipment must be surely looked in the strobe place.

14) The personal monitoring films must be regularly returned to head office for onward submission to HPD-PNSTECH for evaluation whether used or unused.

15) Two persons must be patrolling out side the cordoned off area during radiography.


1. The radiography equipment and sources when not in use must always be stored in pit under lock and key.

2. The proper storage of sources must be verified after every operation with radiation survey meter both at the time of keeping them inside the storage pit and while talking them out of the storage for use at side.

3. The radiation storage must be conspicuously posted with appropriate warning signs along with radiation symbols.

4. One key of source storage pit shall be with the site in-charge and the other one with the concerted radiographer.


1) All the instruments shall always be stored in a dust free dry and preferably air condition rooms. Toxic chemicals should not be stored near the instruments.

2) The instruments shall not be kept in high radiation area or contaminated area.

3) Care shall be taken to ensure that the instruments are not contaminated during their use and switched off immediately after their use.

4) When not in use for long time instruments should be stored after removing their batteries.

5) The concerned radiographer must be available on site when the radiography is in operation.

6) Periodic cheek on instrument performance shall be made and relevant observation shall be recorded.

7) All personal monitoring film badges shall be regularly returned to head office for evolution on monthly basis.



  1. Using a survey meter, measure the does rate around the area and establish a new safe barrier (e.g. beyond which the does rate is less then 1-m rem/hr). The survey meter used should be capable of reading high radiation doses.
  2. Restrict access to his barrier and display a warning light round it together with a radiation warning notice. If barrier materials are not available sentries should be posted to ensure that no one passes through the barrier except those engaged in rescue operations. Detain any person who may have been inside the barrier the accident. If it is impossible, obtain their names, addresses and telephone numbers so that they can be contacted latter if necessary.
  3. Think and plan carefully a course of action while outside the barrier prepare all equipment required for the rescue operation.
  4. Inform the person in-charge of the area where the work is conducted of the mishap and the proposed action to be taken.
  5. Attempt to place the source in its container quickly. Never try to pick the source with bare hands. A second person must be stand at the barrier to time the operation and shout when the permitted time in up.
  6. Try to attenuate the radiation intensity using whatever materials are available (e.g. concrete block, stand wood etc).
  7. Call for assistance from the supervisor who will summon any other necessary help. In case he is not available, advice may be obtained from the competent authority PAEC.