- Introduction to coatings and asset management (Why, How, What, How Often)
- Coatings and Corrosion Management:
- Established methods such as risk analysis, inspection and maintenance and how do you make them effective.
- Data driven decisions - best economic and operational value and how to capture lessons learned to avoid future rework and make data-driven business decisions.
- Availability of data to relevant stakeholders and ensure they can interpret it and how it ties to economic and operational value.
- Inspection (In service vs In process)
- Recommended inspection cadence? What, how, by when?
- Engineering: proper installation, specification and standards, effective communication to team and asset owners.
- Coatings: What do you need the coating to do? Qualify and select coatings for the environment, reduce maintenance cycles, how to get most out of the inspection, and understand what the coating manufacturer is accountable for.
- Asset owners – what owners expect from teams working on their projects.
- Understand available tools available and how to utilize them.
- Panel and Case Study – learn to solve a problem using a CAM framework.
- Identify what an effective coatings asset management (CAM) framework looks like.
- Recall common coatings asset management (CAM) strategies.
- Differentiate between an in-process and in-service inspection and how to make effective decisions based on the two scenarios.
- Summarize key points of data-driven decision making and how to communicate CAM data to key stakeholders.
- Discuss the different stakeholder viewpoints (engineer, asset owner, coatings, and inspection) and how a CAM strategy would affect all value streams.
Who should attend
Professionals within the following areas of expertise should attend this short course:
- Coatings Manufacturers
- Asset owners
- Coatings Project Managers
- Installation personnel
Successful completion of the course is required to earn a certificate of course completion. Requirements are specific to each course and may include a combination of attendance, daily assessments, activities, quizzes, or knowledge checks.
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