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NACE News : NACE and ISO—Working Collaboratively When Global Standards Acceptance is Critical

Recently, NACE members have inquired about NACE's collaborative work on standards development with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This page includes a number of resources to provide you with information about these efforts starting with a letter from TCC Chair Brian Saldanha.


If you have additional questions about this topic, please send them to tcc-chair@nace.org

PRESS RELEASES

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  • Repair, Protect, and Enhance to Extend the Service Life of Concrete Structures May 22, 2017

    Disintegrating and deteriorating concrete is a preventable threat contributing to North America’s infrastructure crisis. Federal and state agencies are investing billions of dollars in upgrades and new construction of concrete infrastructure. Corrosion of concrete affects critical transportation infrastructure such as roadways and bridges, buildings, dams, pipelines, and ships.

  • NACE International Hosts Second Annual Corrosion Detection Competition for University Students May 8, 2017

    NACE International welcomed students to the second annual University Student Design and Applied Solutions Competition, the only student competition focused on designing technology for corrosion control. The two-day event hosted engineering students from the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), Louisiana State University, George Mason University, Alfred University, and Texas A&M University.

COMPANY NEWS

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  • EN Engineering Lands PSM Refinery Projects September 1, 2015

    (Warrenville, IL) EN Engineering, a leading design engineering firm, is providing Process Safety Management (PSM) services at two refineries within the Refinery Division and Terminal Division of one of the Midwest’s largest petroleum companies. As part of the extensive project, the firm is updating all of the information required in accordance with the Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals standard (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119).

  • Corrosion Industry Leaders MATCOR and CP Masters Join Forces August 31, 2015

    MATCOR, Inc., the trusted full-service provider ofproprietary cathodic protection products, systems, and corrosion engineering solutions recently announced that the company has joined forces with CP Masters, Inc. The combined company will be known as MATCOR.