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Industrial Coating Application (ICA) Module 2: Process Control

Product Number: ICA_Mod2
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Course Description:

Coatings must be applied in a manner that meets contractor and owner requirements as well as applicable standards. For an industrial coatings project to be successful, the first step is the planning process. This involves a set of written procedures used maintain consistency and quality from job to job.

Length: 3.5 hours

Exam: Upon successful completion of the end of module assessment, students will receive a printable certificate of completion and 3.5 PDHs.

L1: Work Planning

  • Define a work plan and the benefits for using one throughout a project
  • Identify the components of a work plan applicable to coating applicators
  • Describe the impact that work sequencing has on the job schedule

L2: Process Control

  • Define process control
  • Identify and explain some common elements used in process control
  • List the major variables that can impact quality of a coatings project
  • Evaluate work performance compared to process controls and specifications

L3: Product and Safety Data Sheets (PDS and SDS)

  • Define the purpose of a Product Data Sheet (PDS) and a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
  • Categorize and explain the information found on a PDS and a SDS
  • Explain when to make a “Go” or “No-Go” decision based on information found in a PDS or a SDS

Note: Online courses are only available to NACE Members and registered customers.  If you purchase an online course, please log-in using your NACE profile to ensure your purchase and NACE Login are linked.  If you are not currently a member or registered customer, NACE International will automatically create a profile for you.  Details of your registration and instructions to view your online course will be sent to you after purchase.

Course Description:

Coatings must be applied in a manner that meets contractor and owner requirements as well as applicable standards. For an industrial coatings project to be successful, the first step is the planning process. This involves a set of written procedures used maintain consistency and quality from job to job.

Length: 3.5 hours

Exam: Upon successful completion of the end of module assessment, students will receive a printable certificate of completion and 3.5 PDHs.

L1: Work Planning

  • Define a work plan and the benefits for using one throughout a project
  • Identify the components of a work plan applicable to coating applicators
  • Describe the impact that work sequencing has on the job schedule

L2: Process Control

  • Define process control
  • Identify and explain some common elements used in process control
  • List the major variables that can impact quality of a coatings project
  • Evaluate work performance compared to process controls and specifications

L3: Product and Safety Data Sheets (PDS and SDS)

  • Define the purpose of a Product Data Sheet (PDS) and a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
  • Categorize and explain the information found on a PDS and a SDS
  • Explain when to make a “Go” or “No-Go” decision based on information found in a PDS or a SDS
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