With the price of infrared cameras more affordable than ever, many companies are implementing in-house infrared programs. Unfortunately, many infrared programs are put in the hands of thermographers who have little or no experience in developing and maintaining such a program, especially if it is a large company. Large companies often have many thermographers in various departments performing many different types of IR inspections. This presentation focuses on the most important considerations in setting up and managing an infrared program to meet the present and future needs of a company.
This course is a must for anyone involved in the implementation and oversight of an infrared inspection program.
This course will enable you to:
- understand key elements that affect program longevity
- become the company’s infrared champion
- utilize proven techniques for increasing program awareness
- focus on relevant strategies for continued employers satisfaction
- implement an effective long-term program that is beneficial and profitable
This material is intended for anyone wishing to implement or improve an infrared inspection program. Course offers proven techniques for ensuring long-term program survival and profitability. Course is designed for in-house and contract thermographers as well as PPM and PdM professionals.
Thomas M. Frail is an Infraspection Institute Master Thermographer™ and Staff Instructor for Infraspection Institute. Mr. Frail has over 30 years experience in performing infrared inspections and was responsible for the oversight of the infrared inspection program for Consolidated Edison of New York until his retirement from the utility in 2012.
Course price includes an electronic copy of PowerPoint handouts.
Course FREE to full-conference attendees, all others: $99.00