This highly participative training course will help you to understand safety critical elements and how to achieve asset integrity management. Barrier systems are used to protect humans and assets from hazards. These barrier systems may be classified as either active or passive barrier systems, and as physical, technical or human/operational barrier systems. Safety Critical Elements (SCE) are part of these barrier systems to protect against major hazardous events such as fire, explosions, collisions, etc. SCEs prevent, control, mitigate and facilitate safe evacuation from the identified major hazards. This program will employ advanced analytical tools such as Bowtie modelling for modelling preventative and corrective safety barriers for mitigation and response.
The methodology involved risk assessment, major hazard scenario development, SCE identification, establishing a performance standard, developing maintenance, inspection and testing plans, implementing assurance activities and, finally, issuing a key performance indicator.
Participants attending the Asset Integrity Management training course will develop the following competencies:
- How to develop more robust asset integrity maintenance and reliability philosophy
- Learning about asset management integration and learning from incidents of major failures
- Risk and hazards management
- How to get the most out of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)