Navigating Standard Item 009-32
Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours, Includes Course Exam
Class Time: 8:00 - 5:00
Cost: Member $395, Non-member $595
Credits: 0.7 CEUs
Certification Terms: N/A
Written Exam Retake Fee: $100 member; $200 non-member
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This one-day course describes the naval ship cleaning and painting requirements found in Standard Item 009-32. It covers the cleanliness, surface preparation, coating application requirements, and system application instructions for various Navy vessels. Requirements of referenced standards are also reviewed.
- Introduction to NAVSEA Standard Item 009-32
- Surface Preparation Criteria
- Coating Application Criteria
- Inspection and Documentation Criteria
- Tables 1 through 9 – Criteria for Options for Different Specific Vessel Areas
- Summary of Industry Standards Referenced in NAVSEA Standard Item 009-32
Benefits of Attending
After attending this course, you will be better able to:
- Navigate NAVSEA Standard Item 009-32
- Use the criteria it presents to accomplish the painting requirements outlined for U.S. Navy surface ships, submarines, and aircraft carriers
Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual that includes references for additional reading, and copies of relevant handouts, standards, and regulations.
The written exam is a one-hour exam that consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. To receive a certificate and CEUs, you must attend all 8 hours of the course and attain a 70% or better score on the exam.
The class includes lectures and exercises that give students practice in searching for information in ASTM F718 PDSs and the Standard Item 009-32 itself.
Who Should Attend
Those coating contractors, inspectors, and suppliers who need to gain a better understanding of NAVSEA.
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