training specialists to the upstream oil and gas industry
 
 

Asset Integrity Management

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Course overview

Asset Integrity Management (AIM) for oil and gas provides a comprehensive overview of AIM systems and their implementation for safe and reliable oil and gas production.

The course begins with a high-level overview of the business case for AIM and then summarizes development of these systems towards modern applications. People aspects of AIM, the first of three main AIM element focuses, is then discussed. This is followed by a review of key processes and procedures for AIM, with particular emphasis on hazard / risk identification, management and assurance.  Plant issues of AIM are then presented, including pressure systems, protective devices, risk-based inspection / maintenance and corrosion management. A brief wrap-up concludes the course. 

The course is designed for

Professionals who work in oil and gas engineering, operations and maintenance, including mechanical, process, structural and pipeline engineers, operations managers and supervisors, safety / process safety professionals and senior level leaders who need to better understand AIM and its applications. 



Course outline

Practices and procedures
Management of change
Incident investigation
Emergency response
Performance management and assurance

Plant Aspects
Plant / process integrity
Protective systems

Wrap-Up

Introductions                                                

High Level Aim Overview
Historical development
Main elements of AIM
People, process and plant

People Aspects
Leadership
Competency 

Process Aspects
Hazard / risk assessment and management


 

Location Start Date End Date Cost Trainer Book
Kuala Lumpur 5 Jul 2017 7 Jul 2017 £1,390 Dr Stephen Ciaraldi
Bahrain 8 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £1,390 Dr Stephen Ciaraldi

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