JANUARY 31 2003
with the Chief of Operations Flight, Chief of Maintenance
Engineering Element, Chief of Infrastructure Support Element,
cathodic protection craftsmen, industrial water treatment
craftsmen, protective coatings personnel, and other appropriate
functions within the operations flight. The BCCE will establish
and chair a Base Corrosion Control committee that will meet at
least quarterly. Minimum participants will be:
(1) Chief of Operations
(2) Chief of Maintenance Engineering
(3) Chief of Infrastructure Support
(4) Lead craftsmen in Mechanical, Electrical,
Structural, and Sanitation
(5) Lead planner
(6) Others as appropriate.
e. Engineering Construction Management will monitor every
phase of coatings operations to include SABER contract and
general contract operations. For all other corrosion work
whether contract or in-house, this office will provide the
coatings test equipment and expertise to evaluate work and
investigate coating failures.
3. Reference: AFI 32-1054, Attachment 2, for directives and
guidance that have an impact on corrosion control engineering.
a. Work Procedures: The following procedures will apply to
the Sample Air Force Base Corrosion Control Program.
(1) The Civil Engineer (CE) will appoint, by letter, a
corrosion control engineer with the advice of the Chief of
Engineering, Chief of Operations, and Chief of Maintenance
Engineering. Send a copy of this letter and subsequent updates
to MAJCOM/XXX for the MAJCOM corrosion control engineer.
(2) Chief of XXX will assign corrosion control duties
to the engineer appointed by the CE and ensure the appointee
receives adequate training to carry out these responsibilities
(see Attachment 1, AFI 32-1054).
(3) Chief of Operations will appoint at least xx
cathodic protection craftsmen and other corrosion control
craftsmen from the appropriate shops as he/she deems necessary to
facilitate corrosion control duties. Personnel involved in
corrosion control duties should receive adequate training on an
annual basis and be appointed in writing. A file containing a
current roster of corrosion control personnel will be in the
Operations Branch and will contain training status and training
program information. Send updated copies of appointment letters