RINA’s Salza Joins CEOC Board

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Monday, May 20, 2013
Paolo Salza

Paolo Salza, Chief Technical Officer, RINA Services, was appointed to the board of directors of the International Confederation of Inspection and Certification Organizations (CEOC).

Says Salza, “RINA Services has wide experience in testing, inspection and certification activities across a broad range of industries, and I hope to share that experience with my colleagues in other inspection and certification companies, so that we can lift and maintain the quality across the sector and communicate with the industries we serve a clear picture of the benefits that inspection and certification delivers.”

Salza is a naval architect and mechanical engineer who joined RINA in 1989 and has fulfilled a number of posts within the company before being appointed to his present role at the beginning of the year.

CEOC International is a not-for-profit organization that represents 24 independent inspection and certification organizations in 17 countries. Its aim is to promote safety, quality and the environment through independent conformity assessment.

www.ceoc.com

 

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