Pipeline Corrosion Control
NCCER offers thirty-six different Covered Task training courses focused on Pipeline Corrosion Control, including test leads, damage and corrosion inspections, rectifier operation, coating removal and application, measurement of mechanical or corrosion damage, installation of rectifiers and associated equipment, and monitoring of probes and the injection rate of the corrosion inhibitor, and more.
Pipeline Corrosion Control Covered Task online training courses directly respond to the requirements of 49 CFR part 192, subpart N and 49 CFR part 195, subpart G.
The Pipeline Corrosion Control curriculum complies with the U.S. Department of Labor’s standards for Pipeline Corrosion Technician apprenticeship programs.
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Abnormal Operating Conditions – Control Center
Verify Test Lead Continuity
Repair Damaged Test Leads
Install Test Leads by Non-Exothermic Welding Methods
Install Test Leads by Exothermic Welding Methods
Obtain a Voltage and Current Output Reading from a Rectifier to Verify Proper Performance
Repair or Replace Defective Rectifier Components
Adjustment of Rectifier
Examine for Mechanical Damage on Buried or Submerged Pipe
Examine for External Corrosion on Buried or Submerged Pipe
Inspect the Condition of External Coating on Buried or Submerged Pipe
Visual Inspection of Atmospheric Coatings
Prepare Surface for Atmospheric Coating Using Hand and Power Tools
Prepare Surface for Coating by Abrasive Water Blasting
Prepare Surface for Coating by Abrasive Blasting Methods Other Than Water
Apply Coating Using Hand Application Methods
Apply Coating Using Spray Application
Perform Coating Inspection
Visually Inspect Internal Pipe Surface
Measure Structure-to-Soil Potentials
Conduct Close Interval Survey
Test and Detect Interference
Inspect and Perform Electrical Test of Bonds
Inspect and Test Electrical Isolation
Measure Pit Depth with Pit Gauge
Measure Wall Thickness with Ultrasonic Meter
Measure Corroded Area
Install Galvanic Anodes
Install Impressed Current Groundbeds
Repair Shorted Casings
Install Electrical Insulating Device
Insert and Remove Coupons
Monitor Probes (Online)
Monitoring and Controlling the Injection Rate of the Corrosion Inhibitor
Contributing Subject Matter Experts
Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are a vital part of NCCER’s Curriculum development process. SMEs are construction and maintenance professionals who have journey-level experience and have experience teaching their trades to others.
Arthur Birx, Protech EIS Corp
Benjamin Johnson, Praxair Services, Inc.
Bill Emery, Praxair Services, Inc.
Blaine Shellhammer, EMS USA, Inc.
Cameron Strother, Southland Safety
Carl Allebach, Sunoco Logistics, L.P.
Charles Whiten, L.E. Bell Construction Company Incorporated
Dan Lake, Central NDT, Inc.
Dan Rohret, Kinder Morgan Inc.
Dan Ruane, Midwestern Contractors
David Reeder, EMS USA, Inc
DeWayne Schapansky, ONEOK Partners Intermediate Limited Partnership (formerly ONEOK, Inc.)
Donavon Wright, Corrpro
Donnie Pittsinger, Flint Energy Services, Inc.
Erin Worthington, Marathon Pipe Line LLC
Gary Affolter, Construction Craft Academy
Gordon Carson, CP Masters, Inc.
Kimberly-Joy Harris, Enbridge Pipelines, Inc.
Leslie Carroll, THORCO
Lisa Hartnup, Praxair Services, Inc.
Lynn Simpson, Enterprise Products
Mark Seitz, AECOM
Michael Nordstrom, Corrpro
Paula Gates-Rippe, ONEOK Partners Intermediate Limited Partnership (formerly ONEOK, Inc.)
Paul Fontenot II, Safety Advantage, LLC
Randall Rogers, Sunoco Logistics, L.P.
Rick Wilenzick, Jomax Construction Co., Inc.
RJ Rogers, Sunoco Logistics, L.P.
Steve Barker, L.E. Bell Construction Company Incorporated
Steve Montoy, Enterprise Products
Timothy Mills, Kinder Morgan Inc.
Tom Magness, Enhance Co., Inc.
Tom Pickthall, Enhance Co., Inc.
Travis Ashby, ONEOK Partners Intermediate Limited Partnership (formerly ONEOK, Inc.)
Trobi Hall, Sunoco Pipeline L.P.
Wallace McCracken, Mears Group, Inc.
Will Wright, Plains All American Pipeline
William (Billy) Rado, Corrpro
NCCER’s Instructor Toolbox provides easy access to important instructional resources for your training program. You’ll find downloadable course planning tools, examples of classroom activities and projects, and instructor tips and best practices to help you enhance your program.