JANUARY 31 2003
Performance Booklet and submit it to MAJCOM/XXX for review.
Updating the cathodic protection program
Determining actions required to provide
complete protection and prepare maintenance action sheets.
(k) Ensure the necessary corrosion tests and
system examinations are performed on boiler water.
(l) Ensure the treatment equipment is adequate
and working for cooling water.
(m) Investigate all reported leaks and corrosion
failures, determine cause of failure and corrective action
required to prevent recurrence. Do not restrict viewpoint to
fluid carrying systems or high-value steel structures, expand to
include other items, such as metal roofing and flashing, that
leak and cause water damage to structures and contents.
(n) Maintain data on corrosion failures and
record each location where an underground failure occurs on a
bass layout map.
(o) Analyze date for patterns which indicate
major problem areas.
(p) Assist the Infrastructure Support Element in
procuring proper cathodic protection test equipment.
(q) Assist Engineering Construction Management in
procuring necessary paint inspection equipment.
(r) Assist other corrosion control craftsmen in
procuring leak detection equipment, test instruments, chemical
treatment equipment and consumables as necessary to conduct an
effective Corrosion Control Program.
Perform economic analysis of corrosion
(t) Arrange for
(u) Call corrosion control committee meetings,
establish agenda items and ensure coordination of all corrosion
control activities through this committee.
Cathodic protection craftsmen will perform tests