October 30, 2013
Although verification is most beneficial early in the design phase (proactive) when errors can first occur, it is often initiated during the manufacturing phase (reactive) when corrective measures can cost more and impact schedules.
As plans develop for new offshore facilities, refineries and chemical plants — where maintaining incident-free operations is essential — design verification plays a critical role in project development. It helps to validate good business practices, beyond those required to demonstrate compliance with codes, standards and regulations.
This webinar will outline the best ways to get the most value from project verification, and it will illustrate both the prescriptive and risk-based program options.
What You Will Learn:
Fundamentals of the main prescriptive and risk-based verification program
Advantages and limitations of the different verification programs
Role of the verification agent or body
How to get added value from verification
Duration: 1 hour
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