This is an update to the LG letter titled Clarification of Corrosion Specialist and Cathodic Protection Tester , which focused on the increasing concerns that under-qualified persons may be taking part in the design, installation, and testing of cathodic protection systems for underground storage tanks USTs. Since the original LG was issued, the National Association of Corrosion Engineers NACE International , a nationally recognized organization that specializes in corrosion control, has made changes to their certification categories. In particular, they have added two new categories, cathodic protection tester and cathodic protection technician, and have changed some of the requirements for the cathodic protection specialist. Attached is an update to the tables provided in the LG letter. This information will be helpful to tank owners, local agencies, and other interested parties in determining who is qualified to do this work. A Corrosion Specialist, as defined in the UST regulations, must demonstrate adequate education and training to be qualified to engage in the practice of corrosion control on buried metal piping systems and tanks.
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