OFFSHORE BLASTER/PAINTER INITIAL TRAINING

980,00
TARGET GROUP
Blaster/Painter Training presents the core blasting, painting and spraying skills required by personnel who want to work as an industrial blaster/painter.

COURSE AIM AND OBJECTIVE
The aim and objective of the training programme is to give delegates a basic level of knowledge for working as an industrial blaster/painter.
To successfully complete this training, delegates must be able to:
(1) Identify potential hazards for blaster/sprayers;
(2) Identify regulations governing contemporary practices;
(3) Explain how to work safely incorporating risk assessments, PPE and HAVS exposure;
(4) Explain how to work in confined spaces;
(5) Describe how to protect adjacent surfaces & the environment;
(6) Explain the power source/air supply for blasting & painting;
(7) Describe common surfaces and the reasons for preparing a surface correctly;
(8) Explain how to clean surfaces by hand or with power tools;
(9) Identify equipment, abrasives & methods used in dry grit or wet slurry blasting;
(10) Describe paint types and the importance of correctly mixing coatings and film thickness;
(11) Identify brushes & rollers used for coating applications;
(12) Describe airless or conventional paint sprayer systems;
(13) Identify high-performance coatings for specialist applications;
(14) Explain quality control for trainees;
(15) Identify charge hand or supervisor’s roles & responsibilities.

To successfully complete this training, delegates must be able to demonstrate:
(16) Preparing & working with due regard to a risk assessment;
(17) Participation in a Tool Box Talk (18) Using PPE appropriate for the task;
(19) Completing a HAVS Exposure Record Form;
(20) Manual handling techniques for individuals & teams;
(21) Masking surfaces;
(22) Routine checks, setting up lines, start-up & shutdown of compressors;
(23) Degreasing & cleaning surfaces;
(24) Preparing surfaces using power tools;
(25) Equipment & methods for abrasive blasting;
(26) How to mix single & two pack coatings;
(27) Applying paint to surfaces using a brush or roller;
(28) Measuring wet film thickness with a wet film gauge;
(29) Applying coatings using airless or conventional spraying equipment;
(30) Applying a non-slip coating.

APPROVAL
Novikontas Energy

COURSE CONTENTS
Blaster/Painter training course covers the following topics:
UNIT 1 – Introduction to Industrial Blasting & Painting;
UNIT 2 – Working Safely;
UNIT 3 – Compressor Awareness;
UNIT 4 – Surface Preparation & Blasting;
UNIT 5 – Painting & Coating.

DELEGATE PREREQUISITES
  • All Blaster/Painter Training participants shall be medically fit and capable of fully participating;
  • Medical screening: Completion of a self-declaration of medical fitness form.

COURSE LIMITATIONS
The maximum number of learners for the Blaster/Painter training program is 4.

DURATION OF THE TRAINING COURSE
The duration of Blaster/Painter Training Module is 3 days.
Practical-to-Theory ratio: 85% : 15%

LOCATION
Riga, Latvia

CERTIFICATE VALIDITY

4 years