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Mon, 03 Aug | Osborne Engineering Limited

OTSRBA001 RISK BASED INSPECTION TECHNIQUES - Mechanical

The Course will provide an insight into the benefits of Risk Based Inspection and the planning of inspection using risk analysis. It will also clearly outline that the purpose of Risk Analysis and to assess the consequences and risks of failure.
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Time & Location

03 Aug 2020, 09:00 – 05 Aug 2020, 13:00
Osborne Engineering Limited, Unit 19, Nelson Industrial Estate, Atley Way, North, Cramlington NE23 1WA, UK

About the Event

Risk Based Inspection Techniques (Ref:OTSRBI001)

Course Objectives

To gain a detailed understanding of Risk Based Inspection Techniques.

Course Description

The Course will provide an insight into the benefits of Risk Based Inspection and the planning of inspection using risk analysis. It will also clearly outline that the purpose of Risk Analysis and to assess the consequences and risks of failure. As such the inspection plan can then target high-risk equipment and be designed to detect potential degradation before fitness-for-service can be threatened.

Who Should Attend

Planning Engineers responsible for safety of critical plant site inspections, maintenance engineers and others involved in industrial risk assessment details.

Pre-Requisites

All Attendees should have a sound power generation background.

Course Outcome

At the end of this course you will be able to inspect plants using risk based inspection techniques.

Day 1

Introduction

Introduction to Risk Based Inspection

Background

Objectives

Equipment Covered

Cause of Failure

Risk Based Inspection

Process of Risk Based Inspection

Application of Risk Based Inspection

System Definition

Drivers Towards RBI Techniques

Summary of Main Points

Day 2

The Risk based Inspection Team

Composition and Competencies

Role of the Competent Person

Role of the Team Leader

Summary of Main Points

Risk Analysis Procedures

Elements of the Process

Identification of Accident Scenarios

Identification of Deterioration and Modes of failure

Day 3

Risk Analysis Procedures

Probability of failure Assessment

Determination of the Form Equipment Failure

Risk Ranking and Categorisation

Course Review and Feedback

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