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Rysco Corrosion Services

Rysco International, a global provider of corrosion management services, based in Red Deer, Alberta Canada, was formed in 2018 and is a division of the Rysco Group of companies, responsible for the international distribution of Rysco Corrosion and Rysco Integrity’s equipment and services. Rysco Corrosion actively promotes teamwork and expertise within its organisation, and its mission is to provide the best corrosion measurement and monitoring services available to the marketplace, so that clients can make informed decisions related to their infrastructure assets, in the interests of public safety and the environment. Rysco believes its mission to be an honest commitment to all its stakeholders, delivering on that commitment by adhering to its Core Values, throughout its daily operations providing quality, consistency, and accuracy in all its business offerings, treating client’s infrastructure monitoring and measurement concerns, as if they were its own.

Rysco’s 5 Core values are:
• Service
• Integrity
• Innovation
• Excellence
• Knowledge

Rysco seeks to change client’s perceptions of corrosion measurement and monitoring through innovation, knowledge sharing, and providing a superior customer service experience.

Rysco Corrosion Services and Products include:
• Internal Corrosion Monitoring
• External Corrosion Monitoring
• Engineering & Design
• Pipeline Analysis
• Online Reporting

When it comes to competency, all Rysco Group employees either have AMPP certifications or are diligently working towards the necessary achievements to satisfy these certifications. Rysco believe education, along with applicable experience and competency management, to be the cornerstone of its organisation.

As part of its “first in class” culture, Rysco maintains ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 management systems certifications within an IMS that includes Quality Management, Environmental Management, and Occupational Health and Safety Management. In addition, Rysco maintains an active APEGA permit to practice and participates in the Alberta Quality Programme.

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Northampton
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