What You Will Learn :
- - planning the RBI assessment;
- - data and information collection;
- - risk management with inspection activities and process control;
- - identifying damage mechanisms and failure modes;
The first part of this training course is based on API 580 and is intended to provide guidance on developing a Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) program for fixed equipment and piping in the hydrocarbon and chemical process industries. It includes: a) what is RBI, b) what are the key elements of RBI, c) how to implement an RBI program, d) how to sustain an RBI program. The second and main part of the course is based on API 581 and is intended to explain quantitative procedures to establish an inspection program using risk-based methods for pressurized fixed equipment including pressure vessel, piping, tankage, pressure relief devices (PRDs), and heat exchanger tube bundles.
This training course will help you to undrestand and apply the followings:
– planning the RBI assessment;
– data and information collection;
– identifying damage mechanisms and failure modes;
– assessing probability of failure (POF);
– assessing consequence of failure (COF);
– risk determination, assessment, and management;
– risk management with inspection activities and process control;
– other risk mitigation activities;
– reassessment and updating;
– roles, responsibilities, training, and qualifications;
– documentation and recordkeeping
Who is this course for?
Plant engineers and inspectors including Inspection, Corrosion, Materials, Integrity, Maintenance, Process and design engineers.