Finishing Operator 1 • Training and Qualification Sample Clauses

Finishing Operator 1 • Training and Qualification. Demonstrated and documented competencies on the following Operator 2 Operations: o Straightness Verification o 1st Visual EB3155 Tubing o 1st Visual to Ti-Aerospace Tubing o Hydrostatic Testing o End Trim Operations o Manual Cutting • To Qualify: Certify as an NDT UT Level 1 Demonstrate and Document Competencies on 80% of Finishing Operator 1 Operations. • Maintain Qualification: Demonstrate and document Competencies on 100% of all Finishing Operator 1 Operations. Maintain a minimum of a valid NDT UT Level 1 Certification. Maintain following Operator 2 operations: o Straightness Verification o 1st Visual EB3155 Tubing o 1st Visual Ti-Aerospace Tubing o Hydrostatic Testing o End Trim Operations o Manual Cutting o When required by the Company, the ability to train additional employees.
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