Government regulations require facilities to have a documented safety program in place, yet there are still many plants without any type of mechanical integrity program. Even if your location has a program that meets regulation standards, how do you know if your mechanical integrity program reduces risk and improves compliance?
Well, good news! There is a way to measure your mechanical integrity program and benchmark the results against industry standards. A mechanical integrity assessment not only provides an overall facility benchmark, it also identifies the risky and costly gaps in the program. The assessment results allow a facility to correct shortcomings and implement the necessary processes to maintain a best-in-class safety program.
Learn everything you need to know to plan and execute an assessment program for your facility. Following this session you will understand:
• The value of a mechanical integrity assessment
• How to prepare for an assessment
• The assessment process
• Types of assessments and the benefits of each type
• How to get internal agreement to conduct a mechanical integrity assessment
Who Should Watch?
• Anyone responsible for safety, reliability or maintenance in a processing plant or facility
Don’t miss PinnacleAIS CEO Ryan Sitton explain the history and need for asset integrity programs, as well as the evolution of the processes and methods necessary to ensure these programs achieve the objective of decreasing risk to improve safety.
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