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Engr.

Mah Way Sheng (Grad, IEM)


Chairman (Photocopies are acceptable)
Young Engineers Section Fax No. : 03 – 7957 7678
c/o The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia
P O Box 223 (Jalan Sultan), 46720 Petaling Jaya

Two Day Course on Welding Knowledge and Its Application


in Engineering Construction
4 & 5 Dec 2012

REGISTRATION FORM

No Name (s) M’ship No Grade Fees (RM)

Total
Payable

Enclosed herewith a cheque No. : _______________________ for the sum of RM ______________ issued in favour
of “The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia” and crossed ‘A/C Payee Only’. I/We understand that the fee is not
refundable if I/we withdraw after my/our registration is accepted by the Committee but substitution of participants
will be allowed. If I/we fail to attend the course, the fee paid would not be refunded.

Contact Person ………………………………………..……………………..............


Designation : ………………………………………...................................................
Name of Organization ……………………………………………..……………………………….. Registration Fee:
Address ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Grade Normal Registration Online Registration
………………………………………………………………………………………………………… IEM Student Member RM 275 RM 250
………………………………………………………………………………………………………… IEM Graduate Member RM 495 RM 450
Tel (O) : ……………………………........ Tel (R) : ……………………………… IEM Corporate Member RM 715 RM 650
Fax No. : …………………………... ....... E-mail : …………………...................... Non IEM Member RM 935 RM 850

Closing Date: 30 November 2012


Online Registration and payment must be made before 30 November 2012 or it will be
………………………………… …………………………..
reverted to normal rate.
Signature Date Registration via LO/PO will be considered as normal rate
SYNOPSIS TENTATIVE PROGRAMME
Welding activities play a vital role during the construction phase especially in the civil, petrochemical, marine and oil and gas
construction, be it new construction, refurbishment, conversion or repair during operations. This course gives the essence of
welding knowledge in the engineering construction, especially suitable for young engineers who intend to gain a fundamental but
solid grounding on welding inspection. You will learn the structured and integrated welding technology, welding process, Time 1st Day 2nd Day
welding defects, duties of inspection engineers at site, tools and techniques that are applicable to managing the welding activities,
welding symbols and etc. The course contents are closely referenced to CSWIP course note for welding inspector course. This 0830 - 0850 Registration Registration
two-day intensive course is both practical and interactive, supplemented with useful course note, real-life case studies and
working examples.  Introduction to Welding
0850 - 1030  Type of Welding Joint and  Welding Defects and Repair
BENEFITS
 Understand the relevant of welding technology related to steel fabrications Welding Positions
 Able to recognize characteristics of commonly used welding processes in relation to quality control
 Able to interpret drawing instructions and welding symbols to ensure that specifications are met 1030 - 1045 MORNING TEA BREAK MORNING TEA BREAK
 Understand the application of welding consumables for specific applications and consumable handling
 Aware of engineering codes and standards related to welding and inspection requirements
 Able to identify various weld imperfections (defects)
 Welding Process and  Duties of Inspection Engineers /
 Understand factors which influence the quality of fusion welds in steels
 Able to carry out visual inspection of welds, report on them and assess their compliance with specified acceptance criteria 1045 - 1300 Technology (SMAW, MIG, Welding Inspectors and
TIG, SAW, FCAW) Inspection Tools
WHO COULD BENEFIT FROM THE COURSE?
All young engineers who need basic training in welding inspection; Inspectors / QA & QC Inspectors & Engineers / Engineers /
Inspection Engineers who undertake the visual examination of welded joints or involve in construction projects; Quality Control /
Quality Assurance staff associated with welding and construction; Government and Non-government officers; Anyone 1300 - 1400 LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK
responsible for or involved in construction project.
 Welding Procedure
BIODATA OF SPEAKER  Welding Symbol and Drawing Qualification Test (WPQT)
1400 - 1530
Ir. Nik Mohd Hasmizie, B.Eng (Mechanical), P.Eng, MIEM, CEng, CMarEng, Instructions  Welder Qualification Test
MIMarEST has more than 10 years of experience in the Marine & Oil and Gas industry as a (WQT)
Professional / Chartered Engineer. He is experienced in marine & oil and gas construction
projects of different sizes and complexities. He had previously worked with Classification 1530 - 1545 AFTERNOON TEA BREAK AFTERNOON TEA BREAK
Body and Client as a Project Engineer / Surveyor / Mechanical Engineer/ Owner representative
for marine and offshore projects.
 Non-Destructive Test
The example of projects he involved are new ship building of 4 units Aframax Crude Oil 1545- 1630  Welding Consumables
Tankers 105k DWT in Samsung Heavy Industries (South Korea), new construction of  Radiographs
WOODSIDE ANGEL topside wellhead platform, new construction of Gumusut-Kakap semi
submersible Floating Production Unit (FPU) in MMHE (Pasir Gudang) and FPSO (Floating  Welding Distortion  Mechanical Test at Laboratory
1630 - 1730
Production, Storage and Offloading) ASENG conversion and refurbishment for client NOBLE ENERGY USA. The  Q&A  Q&A
involvements are includes but not limited to tendering & bidding, contract management, engineering & project
management, construction, procurement, quality assurance, welding inspection, Welder Qualification Test (WQT), Registration fees cover one set of course notes, refreshments and lunch. All fees must be fully paid before commencement of
Welding Procedure Qualification Test (WPQT), Factory Acceptance Test, pre-commissioning and commissioning e.g. the course; otherwise participant will not be allowed to enter the Lecture Hall. Reservation/Booking by fax or email of intending
quay trials and sea trials. Currently, he is a Delivery Manager in company SBM Malaysia Sdn. Bhd (Major EPC participants is acceptable with payment being forwarded before the closing date. If a place is reserved and the intended
contractor in the offshore oil & gas industry) assigned to the FPSO refurbishment/ conversion project. participants failed to attend the course on the date of the event the fee is to be settled in full. Completed registration form
accompanied by cheque/PO/MO are to be made payable to “The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia” should reach the IEM
Ir. Nik Mohd Hasmizie serves as the current Committee Member of the Marine Engineering & Naval Architecture Secretariat not later than 17 November 2012.
Technical Division of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), Committee Member of the Project Management
Technical Division of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) and also Committee Member of the Malaysia Joint The fee paid is non refundable. However substitution of participants(s) will be permitted with approval by IEM. In view of the
Branch of RINA & IMarEST. He is a certified Welding Inspector (CSWIP 3.1) and Radiographic Interpreter (CSWIP 3.4) limited places available, intending participants are advised to send their registration as early as possible so as to avoid
disappointment. The Organizing Committee reserves the right to alter or change the programme due to unforeseen circumstances.
of the CSWIP, United Kingdom.
Every effort will be made to inform the registered participants of any changes.

If you require further details or clarifications kindly contract the IEM Secretariat at:

The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia


Lot 60/62, Jalan 52/4
46720 Petaling JayaSelangor Darul Ehsan
Tel No: 03-7968 4001/02 Fax : 03-7957 7678
Email Address: hidayah@iem.org.my