The Coating Inspector is responsible for the completion of all activities in his area of assignment in accordance with the appropriate Company specifications and the approved for construction drawings. The inspector receives frequent instruction and direction from his superior and the work of the inspector is checked on a frequent basis by the Chief Inspector or delegate. The inspector is not to inspect work he is not qualified to inspect. The craft specific duties and responsibilities of the coating inspector are as follows: Understanding, monitoring, assessing, and reporting on painting and coating activities and items including but not limited to: Vendor Product data sheet (PDS) utilization Being able to understand and interrupt the PDS Ensure proper storage of the Paints/Coatings by the Contractor Tools required to monitor environmental conditions and their proper use Surface cleanliness testing Proper mixing of paint nd/or coating per the manufactures PDS Proper application of paint and/or coating Proper equipment for the type of coating Equipment is in working order Proper setup and use of holiday detector / jeep Check certification of the detector Know how to check and ensure the detector is working properly Know the different types of detectors and their application Proper repair of a holiday, void, or jeep in the coating Basic Qualifications: The minimum qualifications include a minimum of two years of experience in the application or inspection of coating; or one year of experience in the application or inspection of coating and either NACE CIP level 1 certification or SSPC PC1 level 1 certification. Additionally the position must meet the basic qualifications of a Utility Inspector (basic inspector). Desired Qualifications: The desired qualifications include one or more of the following: Demonstrated experience in the application of multiple coating systems API 1169 Certification NACE CIP level 1 certification or SSPC PC1 level 1 certification Demonstrated experience in the application of multiple coating systems Notes: Service companies need to provide potential and successful candidates the function description for Utility/Craft (Basic Inspector) T-INS-070 in addition to the function description for this position.
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