AOC has delivered thousands of sustainable Risk Based Inspection (RBI) programs earning the trust of owner operators.
Key parameters and mitigating actions for variables that may dramatically affect the intended design life of your asset
A maintenance system designed in which elements work together as a quality system for maximum returns
One of the most important steps in an RBI project is the corrosion study or damage mechanism review.
When evaluation of inspection results suggest that an asset is near its end of useful life, Fitness for Service evaluations can determine if the asset us suitable for continued operation.
What impact does Risk Based Inspection (RBI) have on my organization?
Is your Risk Based Inspection (RBI) program aligned with the API 580 Recommended Practice? Are you ready for certification?
What's actually going on inside all of that fancy software? An introduction to the API 581 methodology.
How do I transfer knowledge to my team and verify their skills?
Are your inspectors empowered to sustain your RBI program after the service provider completes their fixed price contract?
What do I need to do to be a Risk Analyst?
Achieve an RBI program complete with KPIs, Best Practices, and Skills Validation
Integrating DMR, RBI, and IOWs to manage aging plant reliability
Compliance? | Best Practice? | Risk Reduction? | One Step at a Time? | Capture Personnel Knowledge? | All Of The Above?
Significant findings, even after ten years.
Anything worth doing is worth doing right.
What do you do when you are on the job for six weeks and you have a toxic leak twice the release of the recent DuPont event? Not to mention the fact that it is only 1992 and OSHA 1910.119 is just getting started...
The importance of understanding risk and the significant value attainable through the implementation of risk based inspection (RBI)
Using RISK as a basis for maintenance planning
The business case developed for an RBI program - realized benefits and how the on-going value of the program is measured
Challenges of migrating North American and European HS&E management systems and personnel into domains that have not placed HS&E as a core element of success