The course is aimed at plant engineers, non-destructive testing engineers, materials and corrosion engineers,
plant inspectors responsible for managing the integrity of ageing process equipment, pipelines, boilers and storage tanks.
It is recommended that attendees have a knowledge of either the inspection, design, fabrication, operation or maintenance of process equipment and piping, as well as some knowledge of the most common pressure equipment design codes/standards.
RBI in accordance with API BRD 581, API RP 580; reasons for implementing RBI; benefits of using RBI; practical implementation of RBI; planning successful RBI implementation projects; practical likelihood and consequence analysis; preparing inspection plans and optimising maintenance and inspection intervals; implementing risk mitigation actions; overview of other procedures (e.g. RIMAP, ASME, etc) and related API documents (API 510, API 570 and API Std 653).
At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:
- Confidently explain the differences between Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 RBI assessments
- Understand the reasons for and benefits of implementing RBI
- Undertake rapid practical RBI implementation
- Plan successful RBI projects
- Prepare risk-based inspection plans and optimise maintenance and inspection intervals
- Recommend suitable risk mitigation actions
CSWIP Plant Inspector scheme overview
- If booking on a course and examination package, candidates are required to submit a CV so that their eligibility to take the examination is assessed.
- UK candidates - if you wish to take the examination, a fee of £280.00 + VAT in addition to the course fee shown above will be charged.
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Further information about TWI's integrity management software - RiskWISE
The course fee does not include a copy of the associated API or ASME documents. A comprehensive set of course notes will be provided to the attendees.