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NACE International Institute Launches Canada Study

Monday, August 31, 2020

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The NACE International Institute has announced that it has launched a preliminary phase of its International Measures of Prevention Application and Economics of Corrosion Technologies (IMPACT) Canada Study.

The agency said that, after producing valuable results in the U.S., Europe, Asia and the Middle East, the study will now analyze the financial and societal effects of corrosion on six industry sectors representing 36.5% of Canada’s Gross Domestic Product.

Using data from the study, NII will then produce a report identifying actionable solutions to increase public safety and reduce costs nationwide.

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The NACE International Institute has announced that it has launched a preliminary phase of its International Measures of Prevention Application and Economics of Corrosion Technologies (IMPACT) Canada Study.

“We are very excited to bring this study to Canada and we look forward to working with leading representatives from the most effected industries,” said Monica Hernandez, NACE Institute’s Country Manager for the IMPACT Canada Study and CEO of Infinity Growth Corporation in Vancouver.

“Canada is a global leader in corrosion expertise, and there are many opportunities to improve our infrastructure and save money while doing so. Every citizen stands to benefit from improving corrosion control practices nationwide.”

The six-month study is in partnership with the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades and aims to gain comprehensive industry insight and expertise from hundreds of professionals with expertise in corrosion prevention and control.

The six industry sectors at the core of the study include manufacturing, mining, energy, transportation, marine and municipal. A minimum of 120-150 respondents are slated to participate and will include industry asset owners and corrosion control management experts in the professional contracting field.

“Globally the IMPACT study has provided data that has been used to keep government officials, regulators, industry and the general public informed about corrosion control management practices and the associated reduction of corrosion costs,” according to NII. “The data has been instrumental in the development of public policy, standards and corrosion management planning.”

Organizations are encouraged to participate in the study by clicking here.

   

Tagged categories: Corrosion; Environmental Controls; Market data; NA; NACE; NACE; North America

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