API 580 RBI Training

This two-day session is designed to help inspection and engineering personnel responsible for fixed equipment mechanical integrity: a) Understand the essential elements/tasks for an RBI assessment/program as defined in API 580; b) Understand how to implement and sustain a Risk Based Inspection program.

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Overview

API 580 RBI Training

This course includes lots of exercises and interaction to help you understand the essential elements/tasks for an RBI assessment/program as defined in API Recommended Practice 580 as well as understand how to implement and sustain a Risk Based Inspection (RBI) program. This course has been utilized by individuals preparing for the API 580 certification exam.

The target audience includes inspection and engineering personnel responsible for fixed equipment mechanical integrity as well as other team members that participate in the RBI process.

Course Topics

  • Introduction to API 580
  • The RBI Team and Planning the RBI Assessment
  • Identify Damage Mechanisms
  • Determine Probability of Failure
  • Determine Consequence of Failure
  • Determine Risk and Communicate Risk Results
  • Plan Mitigation Activities
  • Update RBI Assessment
  • Document RBI Assessment
  • API 580 Certification/Prepare for the API 580 Exam
  • Changes in API RP 3rd Edition

Facilitators

Mike Hurley, Vice President - Technology

Mike has over 20 years of experience providing Inspection, RBI, PSM program implementation, management, and training in the refining, gas processing, petrochemical, and chemical industries, with half or more working directly for major chemical companies. Mike has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas. In addition, he is also certified to API 580.

Leon Johnson, Vice President - Performance and Learning

Leon has over 18 years of experience providing Risk Based Inspection (RBI) program implementation, management, and training in the refining, gas processing, petrochemical, and chemical industries. Leon has a B.S. in Engineering Technology from the University of Houston and an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University, Kingsville. In addition to API 580 certification, he is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) and a Member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD).

Further Information

Lunch is provided - any specific dietary requirements, please notify the facilitators via email at time of booking.

All participants must bring their own copy of Recommended Practice API 580 (3rd edition) as this will not be provided by Asset Optimization Consultants (AOC).

Courses are scheduled to coincide with the API Certification Exams.

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