Inspection & Engineering - ICorr Level 2

Marine General

9 Lessons
LESSONS

Lesson 1 - Performance Standards For Protective Coatings: Part 1

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR PROTECTIVE COATINGS: PART 1 IMO REGULATIONS - BALLAST TANKS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an overview of the performance standards for protective coatings which was approved for use by the International Maritime Organisation.

  • The standard will have an impact on paint companies, applicators, shipyards and classification societies.
  • A full review of the standard will be conducted.

Lesson 2 - Performance Standards For Protective Coatings: Part 2

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR PROTECTIVE COATINGS: PART 2 IMO REGULATIONS - BALLAST TANKS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an overview of the performance standards for protective coatings which was approved for use by the International Maritime Organisation.

  • The standard will have an impact on paint companies, applicators, shipyards and classification societies.
  • A full review of the standard will be conducted.

Lesson 3 - Performance Standards For Protective Coatings: Part 3

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR PROTECTIVE COATINGS: PART 3 IMO REGULATIONS - BALLAST TANKS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an overview of the performance standards for protective coatings which was approved for use by the International Maritime Organisation.

  • The standard will have an impact on paint companies, applicators, shipyards and classification societies.
  • A full review of the standard will be conducted.

Lesson 4 - Performance Standards For Protective Coatings: Part 4

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR PROTECTIVE COATINGS: PART 4 IMO REGULATIONS - BALLAST TANKS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an overview of the performance standards for protective coatings which was approved for use by the International Maritime Organisation.

  • The standard will have an impact on paint companies, applicators, shipyards and classification societies.
  • A full review of the standard will be conducted.

Lesson 5 - High Pressure Water Jetting on Sea Going Vessels

HIGH PRESSURE WATER JETTING ON SEA GOING VESSELS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an understanding of the use to water jetting as a method of surface preparation on sea going vessels.

The unit will review the technical and logistical implications while a vessel is trading.

Lesson 6 - IMO Regulations Cargo Oil Tanks

IMO REGULATIONS CARGO OIL TANKS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an overview of the performance standards for cargo oil tank coatings which was approved for use by the International Maritime Organisation.

The standard will have an impact on paint companies, applicators, shipyards and classification societies.

As the standard is in many parts the same as the PSPC for ballast tanks, only the major differences are reviewed.

Lesson 7 - IMO Regulations Void Spaces

IMO REGULATIONS VOID SPACES MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The objective of this unit is to give an overview of the performance standards for void space coatings which was approved for use by the International Maritime Organisation.

The standard which is not mandatory may have an impact on paint companies, applicators, shipyards and classification societies.

As the standard is in many parts the same as the PSPC for ballast tanks, only the major differences are reviewed.

Lesson 8 - Guidelines for Maintenance and Repair of Coatings

GUIDELINES FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF COATINGS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The purpose of this unit is to give an overview of the guidelines to assist surveyors, shipowners, shipyards, flag administrations and other interested parties involved in the survey, assessment and repair of protective coatings in ballast tanks.

Lesson 9 - Coating Survey Guide for Ballast Tanks

COATING SURVEY GUIDE FOR BALLAST TANKS MARINE GENERAL

Objective:

The purpose of this unit is to give an overview of a method of survey to assess the condition of protective coatings in ballast tanks.

Other spaces such as cargo holds, cargo tanks and void spaces can be assessed in a similar manner.