NACE International Institute Names First Qualified Navigator for IMPACT PLUS in Canada


Houston, Texas – March 14, 2019 – The NACE International Institute is proud to announce that Mónica Hernández, P.Eng., Owner of Infinity Growth Corporation, is now the first fully qualified Navigator for the NACE International Institute IMPACT Plus program residing in Canada.


Monica HernandezHernández has 17 years of experience in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry, in areas such as material selection, corrosion and integrity management. In addition to NACE International and the NACE International Institute, she is a member of Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) and Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA). Her company, Infinity Growth, is based in Calgary, Alberta.


IMPACT PLUS Navigators are consultants who are uniquely qualified to assist organizations on a path towards a higher level of asset protection through the NACE International Institute’s IMPACT PLUS program. The program enables asset owners to validate corrosion control actions through a suite of technical and business tools that aid in the communication and company-wide understanding of corrosion management activity.


Hernández has completed the IMPACT PLUS dedicated training and assessment program, and as a qualified navigator, is supported by NACE to find the right solutions for increasing the overall effectiveness of a company’s corrosion management strategy.


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