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NACE RP0398

Recommendations for Training anf Qualifying Personnel as Railcar Coating and Lining Inspectors

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Organization: NACE
Publication Date: 26 October 1998
Status: inactive
Page Count: 11
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This standard provides guidelines specific to the railcar industry for the in-house training and employer- administered qualification of one level of coating- inspection qualification. An employee who has passed this level of qualification is called an Employer-Qualified Coating Inspector (EQCI). Included are recommended criteria for employers recognizing this qualification, as well as a list of suggested training topics and references to publications useful to such a training program.

There is one basic level of qualification defined in this standard. It is the EQCI qualification. Other levels/classes may be added to a training program as needed in accordance with the employer¿s written practice.(footnote 1)

The factors and conditions judged to be significant to the quality and performance of a coating and/or lining system to be inspected should be reviewed and agreed on at a prejob conference.

The recommendations in this standard are intended to assist employers in training and qualifying personnel to inspect coatings and linings only in the railcar industry.

If permitted in the written practice, a NACE Certified Coating Inspector may perform the duties of an EQCI without separate qualification or certification.

Although an employer may elect to incorporate NICITCP as part of its coating inspector qualification program, examination and certification by NACE is not a requirement for EQCI qualification.

While EQCI qualification is an established credential, employer qualification alone may not legally qualify an inspector to provide inspection services to the public. Contract documents, codes, and standards may require inspections to be performed under the direction of personnel with qualifications such as a NACE Coating Inspector certification or a professional engineer license.

Footnote 1 - Classes that may supplement EQCI qualification include the NACE Protective Coatings and Linings Courses and the NACE Basic Corrosion Course.

Document History

January 16, 2023
Recommendations for Training and Qualifying Personnel as Rail Car Coating and Lining Inspectors
This standard is intended to specifically address the rail industry and satisfy the Association of American Railroads (AAR)(1) C-III M-1002 Specifications for Tank Cars, Appendix L 4.0, requirement...
October 27, 2014
Recommendations for Training and Qualifying Personnel as Rail Car Coating and Lining Inspectors
General  This standard provides guidelines specific to the rail industry for the in-house training and employer-administered qualification of one level of coating inspection qualification. An...
NACE RP0398
October 26, 1998
Recommendations for Training anf Qualifying Personnel as Railcar Coating and Lining Inspectors
This standard provides guidelines specific to the railcar industry for the in-house training and employer- administered qualification of one level of coating- inspection qualification. An employee...
October 26, 1998
Recommendations for Training and Qualifying Personnel as Railcar Coating and Lining Inspectors
General This standard provides guidelines specific to the railcar industry for the in-house training and employer administered qualification of level of coating-inspection qualification. An employee...

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