Hello, For the welders, who work primarily with making/fabricating Structural Steel what information have you been told about EN 1090 so far? For those who do not know, its quite long winded but basically its an amalgamation of all of the current Standards relating to Structual Steel work made from Steel and Aluminium (BS/DIN Numbers etc) and the EU have made a common standard called EN 1090. Once implemented it means that anyone producing Structual Steel for use within the EU must conform to this new standard. It's broken up into 4 parts/levels but it applies to everyone and is being rolled out over the next 18 months or so. It will potentially mean re-writing of WPS and re-coding of welders, so its quite a big change. Just wondered if anyone at your place of work had mentioned it yet. MOD Edit: Made Matt's post title a bit more search friendly. Paul.