Corrosion Control & Prevention

Compliance is no longer a technical discipline that is focused just on complying with the narrow confines of the law. A compliance manager that remains focused on just the technical aspects of legal compliance is unlikely to gain influence in the Executive Suite or Boardroom. Compliance has moved firmly into the mainstream of governance and risk management. The influential Head of Compliance needs to be able to match their management skills and methods with those of their C level counterparts. If they do not present compliance as a broad management discipline, utilizing all the business, risk and project management skills, they are unlikely to be taken seriously.
Regulators and other stakeholders, such as credit and investment ratings agencies, are demanding to see that organizations have effective compliance risk management, effective compliance governance, and can demonstrate that they are driving a strong compliance culture across and deep into their structures.
Anyone who has some level of management or governance responsibilities for compliance should attend this leading edge masterclass.

Top Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the various forms of corrosion and understand the corrosion mechanisms
  • Address corrosion risk factors (Threats) and the associated consequences (Costs) in a proactive manner
  • Protect your assets from corrosion by selecting and applying the appropriate Barriers to Corrosion – Materials Selection & Design, Chemical Inhibitors, Protective Coatings & Linings, & Cathodic Protection
  • Ensure the effectiveness of your corrosion barriers and controls through Barrier Assurances – Inspection & Surveillance, Monitoring & Analysis, as well as Sampling & Testing
  • Learn about the latest developments, technologies, theories and international best practices in the field of corrosion science and engineering
  • Gain valuable tools, checklists, and techniques for building your Corrosion Toolbox and developing an effective Corrosion Management Plan for your organization
  • Use Failure Analysis methodologies to determine suitable recommendations for Corrosion-related failures
  • Find out where the available resources & networks are to obtain the appropriate corrosion, mechanical integrity and chemical monitoring and control requirements (eg. from professional societies such as NACE International, The Corrosion Society etc.)

Who Should Attend?

Directors, General Managers, Heads, Superintendents, Supervisors, and leaders of business units such as:

  • Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Engineering
  • Technical Services
  • Inspection
  • Metallurgy Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Asset Integrity Management
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC)
  • Materials and Corrosion Engineering
  • Pipeline Engineering/Integrity
  • Reliability

This course is targeted at multiple industries, and is especially relevant to:

  • Offshore & Onshore Oil & Gas
  • Refineries
  • Petrochemicals/Chemicals
  • Power & Utilities
  • Shipping & Ports Facilities
  • Pipeline & Transmissions
  • Energy Distribution
  • Water Treating & Sewage
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing
  • Cathodic Protection Suppliers
  • Materials Suppliers
  • Protective Coating Suppliers & Applicators
  • Equipment Fabricators Consultants

Event Details

8th – 10th July 2019
Makati, Philippines