Guidelines for the management of coating for external corrosion protection
These guidelines provide information to enable the development of a strategy for the management of external protective coatings for corrosion protection of offshore installations and to assist operators with maintaining the integrity of key components throughout the entire life of the installation, from construction through to decommissioning. The guidance provided will also be of use to those involved in the maintenance of similar plant and structures deployed in other industries.
It sets out examples of good practice in the areas of condition survey, assessment criteria, implementation of remedial campaigns, roles and responsibilities, communication and outlines the competency requirements for a range of key personnel. It also includes guidance on the principal activities associated with liaison between the operator and the contractor, including on-site and the development of performance measures (KPIs).
Guidelines for the management of coating for external corrosion protection will be of use to operations and integrity managers, corrosion engineers, technicians, contractors and inspectors, and all parties concerned with the maintenance, remediation and application of coating systems for both offshore and onshore oil, gas and power generation facilities.
ISBN: 978 0 85293 618 4 1st edition Jan 2012
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