Concrete repairs that last will be the topic of a free upcoming webinar presented by JPCL and SSPC.
The Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings and the Society for Protective Coatings will present "Achieving Durability in Concrete Repairs" from 11 a.m. to noon EDT May 11.
This webinar, presented at an introductory level, will focus on how to select and use repair materials for structural concrete in a way that assures the durability of the repair.
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The presenter will be Peter Emmons, CEO of the Structural Group and past president of the International Concrete Repair Institute.
Participants may register here free.
The program is part of the JPCL/SSPC Webinar Education Series, which provides continuing education for SSPC recertifications and technology updates on important topics.
SSPC is an accredited training provider for the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE), and Professional Engineers in Florida may submit SSPC Webinar Continuing Education Units to the board. Those who wish to do so must download the FBPE CEU form and pass the Webinar Exam. The cost of the test is $25. Registration is available through SSPC.
Free Coatings Webcasts Available
Numerous free webcasts are now available at www.paintsquare.com/webinars. Among the recent presentations:
“Introduction to Common Coating Contract Evaluation,” presented April 13 by Skip Vernon of Coating and Lining Technologies Inc., provides a basic overview of clauses most common to coating contracts. The webinar identifies key provisions that may be missing from a contract and explains simple contract adjustments that may help avert disputes and litigation.
“Confined Space Safety,” presented March 16 by Allan DeLange of CL Coatings LLC, describes regulatory requirements and accepted industry practice in entering confined spaces and conducting surface preparation and coating work inside them.
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“Assuring Fall Protection When Working at Heights,” presented Feb. 24 by Bill Liang of KTA-Tator Inc., provides an overview of what employers should consider when implementing a safety program to control workplace fall hazards. The OSHA Construction Industry Fall Protection Standard requires that workers be protected from fall hazards—the leading cause of death in the workplace. In addition to compliance with OSHA, proper planning for and use of fall protection is critical to protect workers from this hazard.
“Monitoring Environmental Conditions for Cleaning and Painting Operations," presented Feb. 23 by Bill Corbett of KTA-Tator Inc., addresses the procedures associated with monitoring prevailing conditions of air and surface temperatures, relative humidity, dew point temperature and wind speed before and during surface preparation and coating installation.