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Key changes for the 2019 BPVC

The 2019 ASME BPVC is due to release in July 2019. Join this webinar to get a preview into the key changes contained in the next edition. Attendees like operators, stamp holders, inspectors, engineers, and quality professionals can get first preview into key changes in the next edition.



Date: May 29, 2019
Time: 12 PM EDT (9 AM PDT / 6:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Operators, stamp holders, inspectors, engineers, quality and other technical professionals anxiously awaiting the essential 2019 ASME BPVC can get first preview into key changes in the next edition. Attendees can learn more about major revisions for each section of the Code as highlighted by the Committees, helping to get a jump start on any design change planning. If you're involved in design, operation, material selection, quality, examination, inspection or certification of boilers and pressure vessels, transport tanks and nuclear components, register now and learn more about the 2019 edition.

Key Takeaways

  • Gain detailed insights into the key changes across sections of the Code as highlighted by each respective Committee
  • Learn about important updates on certification and conformity assessment
  • See an exclusive first release of the 2019 BPVC Fact Book
  • Discover new options that can help increase operational efficiency

Speakers

Steve Rossi, Project Engineering Administrator, ASME

Steve Rossi is the Project Engineering Administrator in ASME.

Chris Mahler, Program Manager Conformity Assessment, ASME

Chris Mahler is the Program Manager of Conformity Assessment for ASME.

Joe Kroog, Solutions Marketing, IHS Markit

Joe Kroog, 24-year marketing executive, is associate director of marketing, Engineering & Product Design. In his current role, Joe has responsibilities for cooperative marketing programs with partners and product marketing for standards solutions including the ASME BPVC. Joe holds Certificate in Leadership degrees from the University of Denver and graduated CU Boulder with a B.S. in marketing. Outside of his 14 years with IHS Markit, Joe also held marketing management positions in biotechnology, recruitment, database marketing and industrial manufacturing. Joe also serves as Vice President, Communications with the Foothills Foundation, a non-profit specializing in fund raising for the Foothills Parks & Recreation District in Colorado.