Practical Information for Improving Your Daily Inspection Report

Writing a good coatings inspection report is critical. There are different reporting formats. Most of them are acceptable, but the content of the report is what’s important and critical. The reporting format is sometimes dependent upon whether you are involved in QC or QA.

On Thursday April 29 from 8:30 to 10 a.m., Sean Browning of Pond & Co. will present, “Does Your Daily Inspection Report Tell the Story?

This session will cover all sections of the coatings inspection report, including project information, equipment, materials, containment, surface, application, inspections, corrective actions, non-conformances, and sign-offs.

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Practical Information for Improving Your Daily Inspection Report

Writing a good coatings inspection report is critical and the content of the report is important. The “Does Your Daily Inspection Report Tell the Story?” session will be held on Thursday April 29 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. and will cover all sections of the coatings inspection report.

Read more