FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kennedy Space Center
NASA Visitor Center
24 October 2018
It was a rare combination of a balmy day, an endless line of Cumulonimbus clouds above the Kennedy Space Center and a glimpse of an endangered bird species flying overhead.
Led by Russ DeLoach, S&MA Director, Center Risk Manager, KSC ESD Program Managers and NASA Safety Center, the first official KSC photos were taken in celebration of the new iNARTE® ESD Aerospace & Defense Engineer™ recipients.
Developed by RMV Technology Group LLC, a NASA Industry partner, the NEW iNARTE® training program was designed to meet long-standing shortcomings in current Industry Standards for non-conforming and suspect counterfeit ESD materials, EEE (ESD sensitive) part damage, electrostatic attraction challenges, ESD program implementation and other static electricity related flight hardware failures in space and related harsh environments.
The advanced technology-centered program is the highest level of ESD certification adopted by NASA and the US Military to meet the need for current and future mission success and better protection of the Warfighter.
In a continuous improvement process over the past five years, the RMV developed ESD Aerospace & Defense Engineer™ training program has been specifically designed to meet the current NASA Standard 8739.6 revision and best practices for reliability, functionality and performance standards under extreme conditions.
NASA ESD program managers under the leadership of Gene S. Monroe, NASA Langley, participated in the course instruction to secure individual ESD engineering credentials.
For more information on the new iNARTE® Certified ESD Aerospace & Defense Engineer™ (and Technician) training courses, please contact Renee Mitchell at 650-964-4792 or email email@example.com.