So You Want To Be an RBI Risk Analyst

What are the job duties and tasks, core competencies, demonstrated knowledge and skills, required training, education and certifications, prerequisites and validation required to become a risk analyst? We will show you our expectations and let you judge for yourself.
So You Want To Be an RBI Risk Analyst

We at AOC, are passionate about what we do for a living. But perhaps most of all, we are passionate about those we help. In fact, we have a reputation for connecting potential clients with other clients who have resolved similar challenges. You can expect our passion for you to bolster your own confidence in asset integrity management.

We will examine the required risk analyst training topics as well as an overview of API 580 training and where they overlap and compleiment each other.

Topics will be reviewed at a high level and will include:

  • RBI Concepts
  • RBI Consequence Analysis
  • RBI Probability and damage mechanism assessment
  • RBI Risk Analysis
  • Required Data for RBI
  • RBI Assumptions
  • Communicating and Documenting Risk Results
  • RBI Data Sensitivity
  • Validating RBI Inputs and Outputs
  • How to Interpret Risk Results

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