Fully qualified, exceptionally experienced, and ready to tackle any project professionally

Kirstall People

To fully cater for its clients' needs, Kirstall provides a complete in-house suite of turnaround capabilities.


As part of its flexible approach to customer service, Kirstall Limited can provide supervision from technical experts to assist you in your own activities.  Kirstall's entire workforce is trained to a formal safety passport system and has recognised international qualifications (CCNSG, GIES, VVA, etc).

Do you need professional supervision? Get in touch to see how we can help.


Kirstall's strength is in its people. Handpicked to form a fully qualified and exceptionally experienced workforce, ready to tackle any project confidently and professionally.

Kirstall's extensive database of fully qualified, multi-national, on-site employees include:

  • Project managers
  • Project planners
  • Quality assurance engineers
  • Safety officers
  • Senior supervisors
  • Coded welders
  • Tray installation technicians
  • Mechanical fitters
  • Boilermakers
  • Riggers
  • Safety standby and fire watchers


Kirstall Limited has been formed by selecting key personnel with decades of experience in column turnarounds and revamps.

Kirstall technicians have the technical knowhow and the real-world experience to approach any job fully prepared in terms of expertise.


The health and safety of Kirstall's employees, its customers and members of the public is its absolute priority. Its dedication to a zero-tolerance approach to workplace hazards led Kirstall to adopt the five steps of managing safety:

1. Set a policy

  • Identify hazards and assess risk
  • Determine necessary precautions
  • Implement agreed actions

2. Organise staff

  • Competence
  • Control
  • Co-operation
  • Communication

3. Plan and set standards

  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic

4. Measure performance

  • Active monitoring
  • Reactive monitoring

5. Learn from experience

  • Audit and review the degree of compliance
  • Identify absent or inadequate standards
  • Monitor injury, illness and incident data