NACE Certified Coating Inspector - Level 3
- Lake Charles, Louisiana
- (337) 802-4751
- [email protected]
Field entered Abrasive Blaster\ Coatings Applicator, professionally developed to a NACE Certified Coating Inspector.
Professionally recommended by some of the industry's leading subject matter experts. Engaged with extensive coatings related hands on knowledge (14 years plus) inclusive with various markets within the industrial coatings industry.
Pursuing corporate or site Coatings Manager opportunities within the United States with well-established company. Preferences to companies supportive of continued professional development opportunities.
Design, Implementation, & Monitoring:
Personally coded metric system. Easy service functions for data input; from inspector\supervisor data input evaluates all contractual non-conformances, graphs data and produces C.O.D. charts for visual presentations: daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, annually, and multi annuals. Identifies: trough relevance performances, non-conformance re-occurrences, phase by phase and project durations. Evaluates non-conformances: system wide, facility by facility, vendor by vendor. Aids in development of pathways forward for project and future decisions. Produces client document coating process report.
Implementation of metrics, train inspection personnel to utilize system. Continuous monitoring of system functions.
Client, Vendor, & Manufacturer Relations:
Evaluate vendor's phase by phase and complete performance, relay findings to client. Assist vendor's with technical assistance relative to project, coating manufacturers specifications, and client specifications.
Bidding & Estimating:
Evaluate project inspection criteria, duration, personnel manpower, etc. Relay figurative results to management in which further adequately adjust values for presentation to clients for approval.
Recommendation of Coating For Project:
Ensure adequate assessment of a projects design specification, metallurgical elements, environmental constraints, and circuit service usage versus coating manufacturer design limitations, vendor substrate cleaning and application standard practices, and client specifications.
Perform interior site and remote location coatings quality assurance conformance inspections.
Adequate assessment of post project coating applications, verification of root cause failures; adhesion delamination, excessive millage, etc. Forward recommendations for remediation's to client and vendors.
Lead coating inspector on all internal / external projects. Assigned shift supervisor (Turnaround).
Interpretation and location of Isometric Drawings, translate ISO to contractors SOW and relay between Coatings Field Foreman's and Lead man personnel. Receive ready for QC packages and notes during shift change over, perform coatings inspections, document NCR's, and PA2 results. Observe non-conformance remedial work and document conforming results. Observe abrasive and power tool removal procedures, document conformance, non-conformances, profile readings, and productivity results. Evaluate and document ambient conditions on site as per each ISO package.
Interior coatings applications to company's facility. Cleaning and sanitization of site locations for lead and abatement media; BMP recovery. Abrasive blasting and coating applications performance; complying conformance with contractors SOW. Re-vamp staging of equipment. Installation of cable rigging and SAFESPAN to undercarriage of daily commute transportation overpasses. De-rigging equipment and staging for demobilization.
Achieve level of substrate cleanliness as per demand of Phillip 66, 3rd party Coating Inspector VERSA Integrity Group representative, MCR Department, and Block Field Leads. Re-coat substrate with approved coating within acceptable ambient conditions, accumulated by EXTECH RH 401 instrument and data logged by immediate Industrial Specialist LLC. personnel supervisor. Maintenance areas include Phillip 66 Docks "C & D expansion inclusive," AST Spherical gas tank farm, and AST vertical holding tank farm, rack and fixed process piping, some elevated zinc coating applications on heat exchangers during initial installation.
Prepare ferrous (Fe2) substrate in accordance with SSPC-SP11 "power tool clean to bare metal" and SSPC-SP10 "near white blast" in combination with OSHA Lead Abatement regulations (29 CFR 1926.62). Apply PPG brand two part epoxy and urethane coatings by methods of brush and roller to obtain SOW "scope of work" specifications.
Prepare ferrous (Fe2) substrate for coatings applications, by means of abrasive blasting utilizing #40 steel grit media in conjunction with Millennium State of Art Recovery Facility obtaining SSPC-SP5 "white metal blast"; non-ferrous substrate cleanliness obtained in accordance to SSPC-SP1 "chemical stripping." Apply Carboline brand two part epoxy and urethane coatings by measures of conventional spray methods to obtain SOW specifications.
Permits, SimOps Communications, Equipment Staging, Environmental Analysis, Hazard Analysis, Personnel Coordination\ Rotation, Equipment and Safety Equipment Inspections, Safety Analysis, Safety Observance, BMP Observance, Quality Control Reports, Purchase Ordering, Jotun coating manufacturer ordering, Inventory, AFE Management, Financial Tickets, Employee Evaluations, Contractor Evaluations, Daily orchestration of personnel as per SOW in advances to customer representative satisfaction.
Heat exchangers, concrete transportation vehicles, hauling tankers, escavators, aerial lifts, trailers, lift beds, custom fabricated projects, manual concrete mixers, etc. Some common customers to contractor are Ohmstead, Power Hydraulics, LA Tank
Supervise 8 - 16 personnel crew. Contain removed previous coating as per regulatory standards. Utilize hand power tools to obtain contractors SOW specifications, apply 2 coat system as per manufacturer recommendation to various maintenance areas "box beam, I-beam, riveted foundational steel plates" of the I-10 Bridge\ Overpass.
Common travel locations: Black Bay, Eugene Islands, West Cameron, Helis Oil & Gas, Apache, and Century are a few of the contractors well know customer
General re-coat requirements utilizing interior linings and exterior, atmospheric, and uv ray protective coating provided by TNEMEC and Sherwin Williams manufacturers. Water tower locations: Port of Lake Charles, Lake Charles, Louisiana, and Rayne, Louisiana
General re-coat requirements utilizing interior linings and exterior, atmospheric, and uv ray protective coating provided by TNEMEC and Sherwin Williams manufacturers. Water tower locations include: Wisner, Louisiana, and Port of Lake Charles, Lake Charles, Louisiana. New construction Bitumastic 300 M"coal tar epoxy" coatings on barrier wall and bulk heads at F. Miller Construction Morgan City, Louisiana
Spot and sweep defects to substrate; drill pipe.
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