API 580 RBI Overview

This one-day session is designed to help management and other stakeholders involved in an MI/RBI program: a) Understand the essential elements/tasks for an RBI assessment/program as defined in API 580; b) Understand key roles and responsibilities in a Risk Based Inspection program.

Overview

API 580 RBI Overview

Similar to our two-day API 580 training, this one-day session is geared to help management and other stakeholders involved in an MI/RBI program gain insight into and understanding of what the essential elements are for Risk Based Inspection (RBI) as defined in API Recommended Practice 580. Additionally, the course focuses on the impact of RBI on the organization and the involvement required from management and other stakeholders.

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

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