THE ROLE OF THE RESPONSIBLE WELDING CO-ORDINATOR AND EN 1090
Together with Centre For Assessment we provide expert and practical awareness training for those requiring an understanding of RWC (Responsible Welding Co-ordinator) responsibilities.
Ensuring practical use of your time, this one day course is developed as an introduction to the EN 1090 requirements, with an overview of the CPR (Construction Products Regulation) and CE Marking objectives within the European Union free market area.
The Course Objective
The objective of our RWC awareness training course is to remove business anxiety, at the same time improving your confidence, thereby leading to compliance.
Our RWC course is also designed to signpost delegates towards improvement and additional technical input to further develop respective FPC (Factory Production Control) requirements. This may include the importance of demonstrating competency, such as coded welder status, non-destructive testing, contract obligations, drawings and tolerance requirements, etc.
The course content will cover the following:
Putting EN 1090 and CE marking into context
- CE marking – requirements for trade facilitation
- System implementation – a practical overview of EN 1090.
- Certification – what the certification body requires from your business.
What is a responsible welding coordinator?
- Welding, coordination and production planning.
- Responsibility with authority.
- Technical knowledge expectation.
- Levels of expertise in the relation to your technical needs.
BS EN ISO 14731 – Welding coordination, tasks and responsibilities
- Contract and legal obligations.
- Production planning.
- Process control and inspection.
- Special processes and non-destructive testing.
- Equipment maintenance and calibration.
- External resource and sub-contracting.
- Final inspection and declaration of performance.
- Factory production control – do you comply?
- Would you make a good RWC?
Who should attend?
- Team Leaders.
- Design Engineers.
- Project Engineers.
- Quality Assurance personnel.
- Welding Inspectors.
- Senior Welders.
For more information about the training, please contact us directly on:
057 86 70629
PROTECTIVE COAT TRAINING
- Basic Requirements for protection of steel
- Selecting the productive system
- Protective Paint Systems
- Intumescent application
5. The main constituents of paint
- The pigments
- The binder
- The solvent
6. The main types of paint and their properties
- Air drying paints
- One-pack chemical resistance paints
- Two pack chemical resistance paints
7. Classification of paints
8. Prefabrication primers
- Etch primers
- Epoxy primers
- Zinc epoxy primers
- Zinc silicate primers
- Intumescent primers
9. The application of paints
- Brush Application
- Roller application
- Spray application
10. Conditions of applictaion
- Steel preparation
11. Metallic coatings
- Hot dip galv
- Thermal spray coating
12. Specifying the protective system
13. Testing and Inspections
14. Health and Safety
15. Environmental protection
Our one day paint application training course will cover all spray applications including intumescent.
It was devised with expert help from Castle Paints and Hensel and will take into account the relevant standards. It will start with the basic and take into account loadings straight through to application, testing (both wet and dry) both factory and site.
SKILL LEVEL: Basic
Contact us on: 057 86 70629