What is an Asset Integrity (AI) program, also known as Mechanical Integrity (MI), and why is it important? Learn why building a strong MI/AI program is an essential component of safe operations at any facility. This webinar provides an overview of U.S. and international regulations and standards on Asset Integrity from organizations such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the American Petroleum Institute (API), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the Seveso II Directive, and others. It also presents examples of major incidents where fire, explosions, or accidental releases were caused by poor MI/AI programs to demonstrate the impact and significance of establishing a strong program.
Thursday, January 14, 2021
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
This webinar is intended for Technicians, Inspectors, Engineering, and Managers responsible for any of the following facility processes: Engineering, Maintenance/Reliability including Fixed and Rotating Equipment and I&E, Process and Operations, and HSE. Those professionals involved in the chemical and petrochemical, pharmaceutical, oil & gas, refineries, energy & utilities, engineering, and nuclear industries will benefit the most from this training.
Does your organization have the skills and knowledge required to implement and maintain an effective Mechanical Integrity program? How is your equipment information managed, appropriate inspection, testing, and preventive maintenance determined, and deficiencies addressed?
Asset Integrity (AI), also referred to as Mechanical Integrity (MI), is foundational to any risk-based process safety management system playing a vital role to ensure safe operations. It is multifaceted impacting a variety of organizational departments and involves extensive maintenance of equipment and the management of data. Effective MI/AI programs require systems and procedures that support equipment integrity, regular inspections and performance tests, and tracking of deficiency resolutions.
This webinar series, Taking Your Mechanical/Asset Integrity Program to the Next Level, covers the main principles and concepts as well as considerations that need to be in place to achieve a strong MI/AI program that complies with government standards and best practices. Presented as a four-part series, each session is devoted to a specific aspect of MI/AI, ranging from regulations to inspections, managing data to KPIs, to provide learners with a practical framework for developing and implementing MI/AI programs at their facility.
A CSP Certified Safety Professional with 10 years of experience in process safety and health, and safety and environment (HSE) management.
Experienced project leader in hazard identification, evaluation, functional safety, process safety and risk management.
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Top instructors with extensive global, industry, technical and litigation experience. You will receive clear, practical and real world recommendations on how to get and stay compliant with local and worldwide regulations.