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CSWIP Blasting and Painting Operator Training Courses in South East Asia

Who should attend?

Any personnel that would like to gain a better practical understanding of equipment set-up, surface preparation, paint application and safety. This involves candidates that require new challenges or redirection within their career path, such as, general workers, welders, NDT technicians, supervisors and anyone interested in gaining the knowledge of the subject matter.


Where can I take the training?

Currently, this training is only available in Brunei and Malaysia. However, TWI is in the midst of setting up more facilities to cater to the demand geographically. 

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What will I learn?

  • Risk Assessments, health, safety and environmental aspects – candidates shall assess the risks before commencing any blasting and painting activities
  • Implementation and compliance of procedures, guidelines, standards and specifications

  • Evaluation of hazards before, during and after activities to ensure the protection of the environment and associated personnel
  • Equipment checks - carry out pre-checks on all equipment including compressors, air supplies, blast pots, hose connections, whiplash restraints, nozzles, air-breathing filters, dead man's handles, spray guns, spray pumps and validation of all associated equipment
  • Materials/consumables - carry out checks on abrasives for signs of contamination, expiry dates of paints and compliance with the relevant documentation
  • Personal protective equipment - perform pre-checks and maintenance reports on all PPE (blasting helmets, blasting overalls, dust and chemical respirators, eye/ear protection, safety boots, microporous coveralls) and ensuring appropriate use for the intended application
  • Set-up of equipment - ensuring appropriate set up of all related blasting and painting equipment. Candidates will gain the working knowledge of safe setting-up and securely dismantling all associated equipment
  • Techniques:
  1. Preparing surfaces to the required standards with adherence to the relevant specifications
  2. Painting and coating surfaces with brushes or spray application in accordance with the manufacturers' recommendations and relevant specifications
  3. Considering potential impacts on the environment and other personnel when handling, using and disposing of materials associated with blasting and painting operations

What will I leave with?

 

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Familiarised with the relevant documentation
  • Evaluate any potential risks involved and complete a Job Hazard Analysis
  • Conduct pre-checks on all equipment (compressor, air supplies, blast pot, hose connections, whiplash restraints, nozzles, air-breathing filters, dead man's handle, spray guns, spray pumps, but not limited to)
  • Check the abrasives for any signs of contamination, as well as the identification of different consumables and validity
  • Check whether PPE is adequate for the task to be performed (blasting helmets, blasting overalls, dust and chemical respirators, eye protection, ear protection, safety boots, microporous coveralls)
  • Set up all the blasting and painting equipment in a controlled and correct manner (blasting/painting hose lines to be flushed out to remove any contamination)
  • Perform safe and efficient techniques, ensuring that the surfaces are free from any imperfections
  • Achieve a specified degree of cleanliness and surface profile during dry abrasive blasting and paint application to a specified Wet Film Thickness (WFT) and Dry Film Thickness (DFT) range
  • Utilise basic inspection equipment
  • Determine optimum pressures as stated on the technical datasheet, and maintain adequate induction periods and pot lives
  • Determine the correct mixing ratio of paints or abrasives, ensuring a thorough mixture
  • Clean and flush hose lines, spray guns and pressure pots as specified by the manufactures manual
  • Dismantle the equipment and understand the objectives of various equipment usages, storage, handling and maintenance
  • Meet the CSWIP requirements and be in a position to pass the theoretical examination and practical assessment

What are the entry requirements?

Although there is no specific experience required, it is recommended that candidates possess a minimum of six months industrial experience and have an understanding of basic safety requirements involved in blasting and painting operations.

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inquiry@twisea.com