Fire Proofing Inspector – Level 2

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare individuals for the ICorr Fire Proofing Inspector Level 2 examination. This course assumes all candidates hold ICorr Painting Inspector approval (any level) and therefore have knowledge of inspection philosophy, surface preparation, anti-corrosion coatings and how to use common inspection instruments. The course will cover the inspection of common types of Passive Fire Protection as found on hydrocarbon installations for both on and offshore facilities. This will include structural members, decks and bulkheads and storage or process tanks and associated pipework. Mechanically fixed methods are not covered.

Course Content
  • Quality assurance
  • Inspection and quality control
  • Normative documents
  • Design of passive fire protection
  • Fire classifications/fire types
  • Risk analysis
  • Certification
  • Blast cleaning requirements
  • Pinning
  • Priming
  • Reinforcement systems
  • Material types/material application
  • Material removal and repair
  • Scaffolding
  • Handling and storage of materials
  • Health and safety considerations
  • Common problems encountered
  • Reporting
  • Standards applicable
  • Health and safety
  • Environmental considerations
  • Reporting
  • Standards applicable
  • Understanding written instructions
Course Details and Price

Course details

Duration: 1 or 2 days
Code: RTO/QA29

Price (excl. VAT)

Training course: 1 day – £255 / 2 day – £405
Examination: £375
Total: £630 / £780

Special note

If examination is required, candidates must hold ICorr Painting Inspector certification. No certification needed if course is used for information only. A 2 day course route to certification is available without holding a Painting Inspector approval. Mechanically fixed methods are not covered. It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC