Mechanical Integrity (MI) for Process Safety and Risk Management
This course explains how to establish a program for maintaining the integrity of critical process equipment to improve reliability and satisfy government regulations. Participants will learn how to satisfy regulatory requirements and improve reliability by establishing management systems, procedures and training programs for mechanical integrity (MI).
Course Includes instruction on management systems for MI, determining what equipment to include, identifying applicable codes and standards, deciding what repairs and preventive maintenance should be performed, developing procedures, establishing requirements for training MI personnel, how to handle equipment deficiencies, and what types of quality assurance should be performed to ensure equipment is properly fabricated and installed and spare parts and materials are suitable for their intended application. The course also describes computerized maintenance management systems and their selection.
To learn how to develop and implement a mechanical integrity program for critical process equipment, while satisfying government requirements.
Operations and maintenance managers, engineers, and other staff responsible for mechanical integrity.
A background in engineering.
- Overview of Mechanical Integrity
- Regulatory Requirements for Mechanical Integrity
- Mechanical Integrity Management Systems
- Equipment Covered
- Codes, Standards and Practices
- Maintenance Tasks
- Training and Qualification of Personnel
- Preventive Maintenance Tasks
- Preventive Maintenance Frequencies
- Corrosion and Non-Destructive Testing
- Handling Equipment Deficiencies
- Quality Assurance
- Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
Duration / Credits
- Three days
- 2.1 CEUs awarded
- 3.51 CM Points, ABIH Approval #: 10-148
- 21 PDH or Technical Hours
- 2.1 COCs
- For USA Courses, see Schedule