Instructor's Summary

Mr. Yehia Omer

Mr. Yehia Omer is a Senior Inspection Engineer with over 20 years of extensive experience within the Petrochemical, Refinery, Utilities and Oil & Gas industries. His expertise includes Pressure Vessel Inspection (API 510), Piping Inspection (API 570), Tank Inspection (API 653), Process Piping Design, Construction & Mechanical Integrity (ASME B31.3 & API 570), Inspection of Pressure Relieving Devices, Risk Based Inspection (RBI), Fitness-for-Service (FFS), P&ID & Engineering Drawings, Codes & Standards, Corrosion & Corrosion Control and Corrosion Awareness & Monitoring. Further, he is also well-versed in Welding Inspection, Inspection and Testing of Plant & Equipment including vessels, tanks, pipework, pipelines, structural systems and an international expert in API, ASME, NACE, NDT, ANSI, ASTM, BSI, DEP, DIN and other engineering specifications and international standards. He is currently the Inspection & Corrosion Manager of BPC which is a partner of Shell wherein he is responsible for the corrosion and inspection aspects of the whole company.


Mr. Yehia has obtained and shared his in-depth practical experience wherein he was responsible for the inspection and recertification of pressure vessels, piping, tank and structures as he held numerous key positions for multi-international companies including BPC (Shell), PetroJet, RashPetco (BG), Libya SIRTE Company and ADCO as the Pressure Vessel Inspector, Piping Inspector, Tank Inspector, Welding Inspection Engineer, Inspection Advisor and API Inspection Engineer.


Mr. Yehia has a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Certified Instructor/Trainer, a Certified Pressure Vessel Inspector (API-510), Certified Piping Inspector (API-570) and a Certified Tank Inspector (API-653). Further, he is a Certified Instructor/Trainer and has acquired certifications in Pressure Vessel Design and Inspection (ASME VIII DIV I&II) and Corrosion in Petroleum Industries from the American University as well as a Competent Scaffolding Supervisor certificate from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).