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    Days: 2

  • BRLC icon-PDH white-navy-64px

    PDH: 16

  • BRLC icon-CEU white-navy-64px

    CEU: 1.6

Course Cost:
Early: $1,875
Normal: $2,150

This two day Asset Integrity course will focus on the value creation potential of Asset Integrity Management, as measured through a risk reduction lens. This course will cover the Asset Integrity and Reliability element of CCPS’ Risk-Based Process Safety (RBPS) with reference to the elements of the U.S. OSHA PSM rule where relevant.

The course will include the following topics:

  • Asset integrity background
    • CCPS guidelines
    • AIM incident data
  • Asset integrity management
    • Business case
  • AIM risk based framework
    • Elements of RBPS
  • Scope and definitions
  • Management responsibilities
    • AIM procedures, roles, responsibilities
  • AIM equipment selection
    • Equipment selection and register
    • Critical equipment
  • AIM planning and scheduling
    • ITPM plans
    • Scheduling of ITPM tasks
    • Overdue and deferred ITPM tasks
  • AIM task execution
    • Safety
    • Calibration
    • Test results
    • Operational readiness
  • Deficiencies
    • Management
    • Temporary repairs
    • Rerating, repairs, alterations
  • ITPM documentation and records
    • Equipment records and files
    • Test records and files
  • Quality management
    • Design and fabrication
    • Materials receipt
    • Installation
  • Course wrap-up and discussion
  • Recap on concepts, definitions, elements, etc. to ensure understanding
  • Quiz on AIM standard requirements

Customized Courses Tailored to Your Needs

While BakerRisk offers a range of pre-packaged courses, we recognize that the most effective courses incorporate your company’s specific hazards, incidents, and lessons learned. Please contact us to discuss how we can custom tailor courses to fit your company’s needs.

There are no upcoming courses at this time, please contact us for more information.

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