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Neil Webb – Director of Isinyithi Cathodic Protection is a Chartered Metallurgical Engineer (UK) and a registered NACE Corrosion Specialist.

Neil's most significant qualifications and experience include:

  • BSc in Metallurgical Engineering (Wits University - 1975)
  • Chartered Metallurgical Engineer
  • Chartered Scientist
  • Registered NACE Corrosion Specialist (#8845)
  • Certified NACE Coating Inspector (#11846)
  • NACE CIP Instructor.
  • Professional Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining
  • Fellow of the Institute of Corrosion
  • Member of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
  • Fellow of the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa
  • Accredited SAQA trainer
  • Lecturer for Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa

With extensive experience in cathodic protection design and stray current mitigation and increasing experience in AC mitigation.

Neil has been responsible for several innovative CP systems for  pipeline networks, composite foundations and tanks in both conventional and hazardous environments.

Vanessa Sealy-Fisher – Director of Isinyithi Cathodic Protection holds a MSc (Chem)
 
Vanessa's qualifications and experience include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Biochemistry (Natal University 1988)
  • Honours in Applied Chemistry (Wits University - 1989)
  • Master of Science in Polymer Chemistry (Wits University - 1990)
  • Member of the South African Chemical Institute
  • Fellow of the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa
  • Certified NACE Coating Inspector (#20250)
  • NACE CP2 – Cathodic Protection Technician – Certified
  • Lecturer for Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa
  • Past President of the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa (2011/12)

Vanessa conducts corrosion investigations with a view to prevention or cure, project management of corrosion and cathodic protection projects within the company and ensuring client liaison and adequate transfer of information occur.

Our personnel are our key asset and it is the intention of ICP management to ensure that each staff member is afforded every opportunity to reach their maximum potential through their association with the Company.

To this end, on every project, each staff member is provided with maximum exposure to on-the-job training to increase their knowledge and skills. Training is provided both by competent, certificated personnel and by Senior Management who are accredited Industrial Trainers in Corrosion, Coating Inspection and Cathodic Protection. In addition, each staff member is encouraged to attend regular internal and external training courses and obtain accreditation wherever possible.

It is the firm belief of management that increased knowledge ensures optimum service provision to each client while increasing the skills level of all staff members.