Asset & Integrity Management

The goal of asset management is to effectively manage corporate assets in order to gain maximum value, profitability and returns while safeguarding personnel, the community, and the environment. A true Asset Integrity Management program incorporates design, maintenance, inspection, process, operations, and management concepts, since all these disciplines impact the integrity of infrastructure and equipment.

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Course Objective

After going through Asset & Integrity Management technical training participants will understand and learn about:

  • Learn about the principles of risk based inspection.
  • Understand about the Life cycle cost methodologies.
  • Learn about the root cause failure analysis – corrosion & mechanical wear.
  • Learn about the principles of fitness-for-service (FFT) techniques.
  • Understand about the process safety and assets mechanical integrity.
  • Learn how to improve your daily planning on asset integrity monitoring and reporting requirements.

Who Should Attend

Senior Managements               Project Engineers                  Safety Engineers           

Project Managers                     Inspection Engineers             Planning Managers

Process Safety Managers        Maintenance Engineers   

                  

        

Benefits of Attending

Asset Integrity Management System includes several activities such as planning, control and monitoring activities, to exploit opportunities and to reduce risks. Asset Integrity processes are fundamental in reducing risks: developed in industries with reduced or volatile margins they should be now implemented in every business process. A correct management is quintessential for company reputation, business continuity and efficiency or in all cases where the ageing of equipment can become a critical issue. ​

Asset & Integrity Management technical training workshop will offer following benefits:​

  • Maximizing Reliability, Availability, Maintainability (RAM) of equipment.
  • Enhancing plant performance and profit.
  • Improving safety and reduce risk.
  • Reduction in maintenance and inspection cost.
  • Improving personnel safety and performance.
  • Review a number of examples of asset integrity failures that could have been avoided by more proactive asset management.
  • Get better understanding of the guidelines to asset integrity management and asset integrity procedures and program implementation.

Workshop Agenda

Introduction to Asset Integrity Management

What is Asset Integrity Management?, What Assets are Included?, AIM Life Cycle, Relationship to RAGAGEP, Leadership Roles and Responsibilities, Process Design, Procurement and Construction, Operation and Maintenance, RAGAGEP Selection and Application at Each Stage.

Failure Modes and Mechanisms

Introduction, Equipment Functions and Functional Failure, Failure Modes, Damage Mechanisms, Failure Effects, Risk, Analysis, ITPM Task Assignments, Operational Issues, Other Related Activities.

Asset Selection and Criticality Determination

Program Objectives and Philosophy, Asset Selection Criteria and Principles, Level of Detail, Asset Criticality Determination, Documentation, Roles and Responsibilities.

Inspection, Testing and Preventive Maintenance

ITPM Task Planning, ITPM Task Execution and Monitoring, ITPM Program Roles and Responsibilities.

Asset Integrity Procedures

Types of Procedures Supporting the AIM Program, Identification of Needs, Procedure Development Process, Format and Content, Other Sources of AIM Procedures, Implementing and Maintaining AIM Procedures, AIM Procedure Program Roles and Responsibilities.

Equipment-Specific Integrity Management

Vessels, Tanks and Piping, Relief and Vent Systems, Instrumentation and Controls, Rotating Equipment, Fired Equipment, Electrical Systems, Fire Protection and Suppression Systems, Ventilation and Purge Systems, Protective Systems, Passive Mitigation Systems, Solids-Handling Systems, Refrigeration Systems, Safety Equipment

Degradation and Failure Modes Page

Preventing and Mitigation, Appearance or Morphology of Damage, Prevention and Mitigation, Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC), Erosion Corrosion, Hydrogen Induced Corrosion (HIC)

Training Deliverables

Feedback From Past Participants

“This workshop helped us to improve the knowledge about risk analysis methods applied to different asset life cycle phases.”

“This workshop had the knowledge about different reliability and maintenance methods to achieve and maintain the asset integrity performance.”

“The trainer guidance has helped us to understand different reliability and maintenance methods to achieve and maintain the asset integrity performance.”

@Tetrahedron Manufacturing Services Pvt Ltd

Phone : +91 7042140046         Email: training@tetrahedron.in