Nuclear Power Plant Coatings Inspection Course
|Date:||June 9, 2011 - July 11, 2011
|Location:||KTA-Tator Inc., 115 Technology Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15275
|Phone:||412.788.1300, ext. 217
|Registration Deadline: July 12, 2011
$995 if paid by July 12, 2011
$1,095 if invoiced
Designed for nuclear facility owners, engineers, nuclear coatings inspectors, nuclear inspection supervisors, QA & QC personnel, coating contractors who work in existing and new facilities, and plant equipment manufacturers and suppliers.
Participants will learn to:
• Identify the purpose, requirements and type of coatings used in Service Level I, II, & III.
• Use inspection instruments and document coatings inspection in compliance with applicable ASTM/ANSI Standards.
• Recognize the safety-related issues of coatings and the consequences of coating failure on the safe shutdown of a nuclear facility.
• Identify current regulations and standards applicable to Quality Assurance/Quality Control, and coatings installation, inspection and repair in both operational and new power generating plants.
Two exams will be administered: A written test and a timed, practical examination on the use of coatings instruments and testing equipment. A minimum score of 80% on both examinations is required to receive 3.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and a Certificate of Completion.
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