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This course is offered for live-streamed or face-to-face delivery. It is available for public or in-house delivery. Please be sure to select the “online” option during the registration process if you are interested in attending a live-streamed delivery.

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Locations Dates Duration Tuition
Online (1:00pm EDT) July 22-26, 2024 5 half days $1,795
Austin, TX October 29-31, 2024 3 days $2,225

Course Description

The mechanical integrity (MI) element of process safety, also known as asset integrity, helps to ensure that equipment does not fail in a way that causes or affects a release of a highly hazardous chemical from a process. It covers the proper design, fabrication, procurement, construction / installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment throughout the entire equipment life cycle. It is a requirement of both OSHA's Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard (29 CFR 1910.119) and EPA's Risk Management Program (RMP) rule (40 CFR Part 68). 

This course explains how to design and implement a MI program or improve an existing MI program for maintaining the integrity of critical process equipment to improve reliability and satisfy government regulations. It teaches how to establish a management system that addresses the elements of MI.

What you will learn:

  • Key elements of a MI program
  • Regulatory requirements for MI
  • How to determine which equipment to include in a MI program
  • Industry codes and standards that apply to MI activities
  • How to develop a plan for equipment maintenance
  • How to manage hazards of maintenance
  • How to address the development, implementation and control of MI procedures
  • How to ensure safe work practices and permit-to-work systems operate properly
  • Requirements for training and qualifying MI personnel
  • Types of preventive maintenance for equipment
  • How to design and implement a preventive maintenance program
  • How to document inspections and tests
  • How to handle equipment deficiencies
  • How to design and implement a MI quality assurance program
  • Guidelines for MI management systems

Who Should Attend

Operations and maintenance managers, engineers, and other staff responsible for mechanical integrity.


A background in engineering.


For streamed deliveries, 1.75 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) or 17.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are awarded.

For face-to-face courses, 2.1 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) or 21 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are awarded.

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