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.
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
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
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Georgia Tech Professional Education allows working professionals and industry partners to access the expertise of a world-renowned technological research university. As an academic division of the Georgia Institute of Technology, we embrace the Georgia Tech values of integrity, excellence, impact, and innovation. These values drive every aspect of our programs.