An Asset Integrity/Mechanical Integrity (AI/MI) program is critical to the safe operation of facilities. Yet, the petroleum and coal products manufacturing industries still face challenges. Between 2020 and 2021 alone, 261 OSHA MI violations were issued, with 193 classified as serious. Get your team the training they need now.
On April 2, 2010, a fatal explosion and fire at a refinery killed 7 workers. An inspection strategy alone failed to recognize the hazards. Watch this safety video on PStv® for important safety lessons.
Even as releases continued to occur over many years, the company continued using the equipment based on outdated designs. Watch this video on PStv® for important lessons in process safety.
Learn the essential elements of a successful Asset Integrity Management (AIM) system and how those elements fit together.
Explores the implementation of an AIM system to meet regulatory requirements, addressing CCPS risk-based safety, and more.
Gain a thorough understanding of the essentials of leading Process Hazard Analysis (PHAs) using industry methodologies such as HAZOP, FMEA, What If, Checklist, and more.
As one of the 14 elements of the OSHA PSM standard, a comprehensive Asset Integrity (AI) program is fundamental for compliance and risk reduction. Yet, Asset Integrity findings remain on top of OSHA’s citation list during Process Safety Management regulation 29 CFR 1910.119 inspections. Properly trained teams help avoid the danger of incidents and help prevent citations, which in turn control costs.
One of the challenges in the implementation of an AI System is drawing the system boundaries. Often, smaller critical items, such as check valves and other piping specialties, are not included. The large number of these items that often exist in a processing unit can make identification of the critical items difficult. However, failure to test/inspect such items have resulted in major incidents. Prepare your team with proper training.
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This module provides a preview of the course contents and the intended objectives for the learner.
This module serves as the introduction to Refinery Hazards Fundamentals course and provides a summary of topics covered and what to expect from completed course.
Learn about the critical elements of a MI or AI program and the consequences of not implementing or sustaining the program.
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