Process Safety Management - Mechanical Integrity

Course Description

Many employers who are required to comply with OSHA’s 1910.119 Process Safety Management standard are not fully aware of what “Mechanical Integrity” really means within the practice of Process Safety. It’s not just collecting specifications on equipment in your covered process, it’s much more.

Course ID: EST 7128P
Course Format: Classroom

Important Course Information

Are you approved for VA Education Benefits?  The certificate program associated with this course, if offered in classrom format and on the Atlanta campus, is approved for VA Education Benefits. Details and eligible programs can be viewed from this link.

Available Classroom Sections

Start Date End Date Registration Deadline Format Location Cost CRN
Section Details Apr 9, 2018 Apr 9, 2018 Apr 9, 2018 Classroom Atlanta, GA $395 18054
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CRN Start date End date Format Location Cost
17247 Apr 10, 2017 Apr 10, 2017 Classroom Atlanta, GA $395

Who Should Attend

Those who would benefit from completing this course include: Process Safety Program Managers, PSM Team Members, Mechanical Engineers, Chemical Engineers & Maintenance Managers, and Technicians responsible for a PSM covered process.

How You Will Benefit

  • Learn Basics of Process Safety Management and the Integral Part MI Plays
  • Learn How to Apply the New OSHA RAGAGEP Letter Requirements in an MI Program
  • Learn the Key Elements of a Good Mechanical Integrity Program
  • Learn the Application of Codes and Standards in Mechanical Integrity
  • Learn How to Apply Key Principles of Inspection & Testing / Quality Assurance
  • Learn How to Apply MI Risk Management Tools: Remaining Life, Fit for Service
  • Learn How to Successfully Utilize MI Automation Programs such as Maximo
  • Learn How to Audit an MI Program and Apply the Principles of Continuous Improvement

Content

  • What and Why Mechanical Integrity (MI) in process safety
  • Basics of Process Safety Management – A review
  • The new OSHA 2015 RAGAGEP* Letter / CCPS** - How to apply the principles
  • The elements of a good Mechanical Integrity program
  • Codes and Standards and Their Importance in Mechanical Integrity
  • Managing special equipment such as relief, vent, flare and SIL*** level devices in MI programs
  • Inspection , testing, and quality assurance
  • Risk management tools – Remaining Life Calculations / Fit For Service
  • Utilizing MI programs such as Maximo©
  • Mechanical Integrity auditing – Continuous Improvement

* Recognized And Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices
** Center for Chemical Process Safety
*** Safety Integrity Level

For Course-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: Robert Hendry

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