An opportunity to gather some in-depth knowledge around the role Cathodic protection, Coatings and paints play in the prevention of corrosion in the Gas industry, hot topics that are affected multiple occupancy builds, Above ground installations, Buried steel assets.
This event is a Joint event between IGEM LS&E and ICorr with two industry leading people who specialise in their respective fields.
Paints and Coatings Presenter
Malcolm Morris is a technical manager with the Protective & Marine Coatings division of Sherwin-Williams (Formerly Leigh’s Paints).
Malcolm started as a chemist with Leigh’s 1978, with a career based mainly in R&D and technical service; but has taken on a broad role in supporting technical and commercial colleagues within the business, as well as customer facing technical support and training. He has active involvement with the British Coatings Federation and sits on several British and ISO standards committees.
Malcolm is a chartered scientist, fellowship professional member of ICorr, fellowship member of The Oil & Colour Chemists Association, and a NACE Level 3 coatings inspector.
Cathodic protection Presenter
Chris Lynch is the Senior Engineering Manager at Corrpro Companies Europe Limited.
Chris started as a Graduate Corrosion Engineer at ACEL in Aberdeenshire in 1991 and has dedicated himself to a career mainly specialising in Cathodic Protection of Buried and Marine Structures in the UK, Offshore and Overseas. He is voluntarily active in training CP technicians and Engineers and has been since the mid 90’s for ICorr and is currently Chair of the BSI Committee GEL/603 Cathodic Protection and an active and working group member of several institutions including CEOCOR, BS/CEN/ISO and The Marine Corrosion Forum.
Chris is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow Member of ICorr and an ISO Level 4 Competent person in Cathodic Protection of Buried, Marine and Internal Metallic Structures and is a Member of the Cathodic Protection Governing Body (CPGB) on behalf of ICorr for training provision.