Training: Prevents Asset Failure While Saving Time And Money

Once you’ve worked with FeO, you’ll immediately see what an impact a trustworthy and high-quality coatings inspection training company can have when you are looking to increase your company’s productivity, quality, and reliability. No company can be the best in everything — so why not make the wise investment and use a certified coatings trainer from FeO to take your staff to the next level?

But can’t any certified coatings inspector train your staff? Actually, no. Individual coating certification is a good start, but to be a superior trainer requires an instructor with maturity, experience, and a thorough understanding of your industry’s particular needs. An instructor with this expertise will be able to teach your staff what problems need attention and how best to tackle the tough issues you face daily.

With more than 15 years of on-site training experience, most notably with the US Navy, FeO understands the demands of getting the most out of your staff. Whatever type of coatings and corrosion control training they may need, we know how to provide your staff the knowledge they need to better solve coatings issues in-house and, especially important, when to call in outside help — long before your corrosion issues escalate into business-stopping catastrophes. Bringing in an outside coatings trainer with experience in corrosion control surveying, and other related expertise, is a simple and easy step you can take to ensure your staff are at their best. This simple step will save your company both time and money.

As an SSPC QP5-certified company, FeO holds the the platinum standard in the corrosion control inspection and consulting industry – a designation held by only 15 companies worldwide. FeO’s inspectors and instructors are among the world’s most knowledgeable corrosion control experts, and they are able to take on any challenge. The QP5 certification means you can trust that we will tell it to you straight, and that we will always work diligently to support your staff and extend the life of your equipment.

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