Industrial Coating Applicator Apprenticeship Scheme Update

David Horrocks, a member of the NHSS19a Sector Scheme Advisory committee for Highways England, and the Sector Scheme Chairman of the Training Committee, recently visited North Lindsey College in Scunthorpe, to see the start of Industrial Coating Applicator (ICA)...

ICATS News

The new ICATS course material launched in November is proving to be a great success, with positive feedback received from all the Trainers that have started to present the new course modules. We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Approved Training...

From the Editor

It’s almost Spring and our industry is gearing up for the busy maintenance period. This involves a lot of inspection work and testing against standards, which are the themes of this issue. Firstly there is an up-date of the important protective coatings standard, ISO...

The President Writes

As usual the year is flying by at an incredible rate while I have been gradually settling into the role of President, with the valuable support of Sarah Vasey and other Past Presidents. There are so many different aspects to consider and I have been learning more than...

Cathodic Protection, Training, Assessment and Certification Courses are now compliant with BS EN ISO 15257: 2017

This International Certification Scheme evaluates the competence levels of cathodic protection personnel in accordance with BS EN ISO 15257:2017.  ICorr offers the following courses to provide the necessary training for the Certification Levels.  The award of...

Corrosion Engineering as a Profession!

In a new occasional series about our industry leaders, Corrosion Management (CM) interviewed Bill Hedges, who has worked in corrosion and integrity management for over 30 years, and was recently promoted into the role of Chief Engineer for the Materials Group at BP....

Midland Branch News

November meeting was a joint meeting with the Institute AGM, and was held at the Council Chambers in Birmingham. As with previous joint Midland Branch / ICorr AGM meetings it was very well attended with approx. 50 attendees, although adverse weather affected rail...

London Branch News

The January talk by Dr Patricia Conder, Sonomatic Ltd, was on “Pipework Corrosion: Prediction and Reality”, and how differences in the spatial pattern of internal pipework corrosion, be it patchy or more uniform, impacts on the effectiveness of inspection, and how...

New Sustaining Member – Miller Fabrications Ltd

Miller Fabrications of Wishaw, Scotland, a Gold Sustaining Member, design, fabricate and install structural steel, architectural metalwork and secondary steelwork to the UK construction and rail sectors. Their 12 acre production plant includes an in-house shot-blast...

Aberdeen Branch News

The branch was very pleased to welcome retiring ICorr President Sarah Vasey on her farewell tour, to the committee Christmas dinner, which was held at the beginning of December. Sarah has taken a great interest in the work of the branch, as with other UK Branches that...

ICATS News

The new ICATS course material launched in November is proving to be a great success, with positive feedback received from all the Trainers that have started to present the new course modules. We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Approved Training...

read more

From the Editor

It’s almost Spring and our industry is gearing up for the busy maintenance period. This involves a lot of inspection work and testing against standards, which are the themes of this issue. Firstly there is an up-date of the important protective coatings standard, ISO...

read more

The President Writes

As usual the year is flying by at an incredible rate while I have been gradually settling into the role of President, with the valuable support of Sarah Vasey and other Past Presidents. There are so many different aspects to consider and I have been learning more than...

read more

Corrosion Engineering as a Profession!

In a new occasional series about our industry leaders, Corrosion Management (CM) interviewed Bill Hedges, who has worked in corrosion and integrity management for over 30 years, and was recently promoted into the role of Chief Engineer for the Materials Group at BP....

read more

Midland Branch News

November meeting was a joint meeting with the Institute AGM, and was held at the Council Chambers in Birmingham. As with previous joint Midland Branch / ICorr AGM meetings it was very well attended with approx. 50 attendees, although adverse weather affected rail...

read more

London Branch News

The January talk by Dr Patricia Conder, Sonomatic Ltd, was on “Pipework Corrosion: Prediction and Reality”, and how differences in the spatial pattern of internal pipework corrosion, be it patchy or more uniform, impacts on the effectiveness of inspection, and how...

read more

New Sustaining Member – Miller Fabrications Ltd

Miller Fabrications of Wishaw, Scotland, a Gold Sustaining Member, design, fabricate and install structural steel, architectural metalwork and secondary steelwork to the UK construction and rail sectors. Their 12 acre production plant includes an in-house shot-blast...

read more

Aberdeen Branch News

The branch was very pleased to welcome retiring ICorr President Sarah Vasey on her farewell tour, to the committee Christmas dinner, which was held at the beginning of December. Sarah has taken a great interest in the work of the branch, as with other UK Branches that...

read more

New Sustaining Member – Equilibrant

Equilibrant Ltd is a Belfast based independent Civil and Structural engineering consultancy established in 2009, and specialising in the detailed inspection, Non-Destructive Testing and repair & protection of reinforced concrete and steel infrastructure. The...

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