This paper will provide information on the standards used in evaluating and determining correct application and selection of protective coatings and linings used in the wastewater industry. It will also highlight certification that can be used in evaluating contractors and inspection companies used in the coating and lining process.
Leadership is the ability to motivate and inspire people towards achieving a positive change. Leadership starts with an awareness of self and is driven by a deep understanding of both personal values and the values of wider teams and organizations.
Often leadership is confused with the skill of management, which is defined here as the ability to develop and action structured plans, processes, procedures to achieve required outcomes within defined constraints and with specific resources.
Virtual paint training systems are a needed and valuable addition to teaching methods. As the accuracy and complexity of simulations improve, the industry has begun to exploit this fusion of simulation and education. This presentation explores the next step - how to use the simulation to increase student engagement, enrich their skills development, and improve the trainees’ knowledge base.
This paper will discuss a hands-on workshop, interactive session to train participants to write effective corrective actions as they relate to typical problems for an industrial coating contractor. This workshop should be particularly helpful to coating contractors who are QP certified by SSPC. QP1, QP3, and QS1 certified contractors are required to document corrective actions.