Actemium Oil and Gas Offshore hosted the 2nd Industrial Painting Seminar in Macaé-RJ

On September 18th, Actemium held the second edition of the Industrial Painting Seminar in Macaé, Rio de Janeiro, focusing on protective coatings. This year, the seminar, organized in an immersive format, brought together more than 40 people, including company managers, coordinators, inspectors and planners, as well as external guests. Hosted at the Glória Garden Hotel, the event included lectures on various topics related to industrial painting, such as good practices, quality control methods, new technologies, high productivity tools, safety, planning and execution of services, compliance with standards and procedures, documentation control, among others.

The Seminar was attended by renowned specialists in the market, such as Engineer Fernando Fragata, Harold Rivas from Zebron do Brasil and Marcos Mattos from Devilbiss. Fragata, a technical consultant in Protective Coatings and one of Brazil’s leading names on the subject, gave a very positive feedback after the event, congratulating Actemium’s initiative and declaring the “lectures very rich on technical content, which certainly contributed to improving the technical capabilities of the company’s employees”. There were also speakers from Actemium at the event, such as Safety Supervisor Lorival Fernandes, Painting Coordinator Lívia Savino and Quality Coordinator Camila Cursino, who sparked productive discussions about each internal macro-process that makes up the company’s painting activity.

Organized by Contract Manager Carla Duplan and Operational Manager Fábio Santos, the event also included group dynamics and a quiz , and was very well received by attendees and speakers. Rivas from Zebron do Brasil stressed how difficult it is to find specific courses in the area of industrial painting and considers the Seminar to be a very important initiative, as it is “one of the most viable forms of knowledge development”. Luis Silva, Actemium’s Business Manager, was also very pleased with the contents discussed, highlighting the participants’ engagement in the debates and the relevance of the themes, which were “in line with the reality of offshore services”. Silva also summarizes well the next steps of Actemium, which always aims for excellence in its services: “Now is the time to put all the learning acquired here into practice”.

The Industrial Painting Seminar is a very important event in the context of the Actemium Oil and Gas Offshore Business Unit, as industrial painting is one of its main activities. Currently, this business unit has approximately 300 employees dedicated to industrial painting activities, providing over 500,000 m² of coated surfaces onshore and offshore under its contracts. Actemium Oil & Gas Offshore has specialists on 11 Petrobras offshore platforms, contributing decisively to the integrity and extension of the useful life of these platforms.

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