NACE International
 
Fall 2010
Volume 1, Number 1
 
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In This Issue:

Comments from TCC Leadership: TCC Goals Set the Tone for the Future

 

Third Edition of NACE/ASTM Standard on Terminology Published

 

Did you know NACE is an ANSI-accredited organization?

 

Something to Celebrate…

 

Video Conferencing—The Communication Standard of the Future

 

The Road to Publication—Part 1: NACE Publications Manuals

 
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Comments from the TCC Leadership:
TCC Goals Set the Tone for the Future

In October of 2009, the TCC developed and adopted a set of goals to accomplish during the 2009-2011 term. These goals were a combination of very specific, one-time objectives, and longer-term “vision” type goals that are to be carried over into future TCC years. Read more...

 


Third Edition of NACE/ASTM Standard on Terminology Published

The first NACE/ASTM joint standard, NACE/ASTM G193, “Standard Terminology and Acronyms Relating to Corrosion,” was published in 2009 by joint committee J01.02, chaired by Harvey Hack (Northrop Grumman Corp., Annapolis, Maryland). Members of the TCC Reference Publications Committee (RPC), led by Dick Horvath (Spring, Texas) worked with ASTM members to review and align definitions of terms on corrosion defined by either or both organizations, along with some new terms.
Read more...

 


Did you know NACE is an ANSI-accredited organization?

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a nonprofit organization that oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards. The primary goal of ANSI is to improve the global competitiveness of the U.S. by promoting voluntary consensus standards. Read more...

 


Something to Celebrate...

Several times a year, NACE recognizes members who have achieved service milestones by presenting them with a lapel pin to acknowledge their years of service. This year at CTW the following members received a service pin:

Donald R. Bush, 30 years; William R. Coyle, 20 years; John H. Fitzgerald, 40 years; Avtar S. Pabley, 20 years; Carlos A. Palacios, 20 years; Jose R. Vera, 20 years; Regina Faber Verdolin, 10 years; David Wint, 20 years; and Michael J. Winter, 10 years. Read more...

 


Video Conferencing—The Communication Standard of the Future

The TCC’s goal of implementing a program to assist with virtual attendance for technical committee meetings was recently advanced when NACE had the opportunity in September to test the video conference initiative by hosting two sessions from EUROCORR, held in Moscow, and also several sessions from CTW 2010 held in Orlando, Florida. A small group of members gathered at NACE Houston headquarters to “attend” each of these virtual sessions. Read more...

 

The Road to Publication—Part 1: NACE Publications Manuals

For those members who are working on Task Groups to produce NACE standards, technical committee reports and other documents, the journey to publication can seem a long and arduous one. Read more...

 

 
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