This practical course provides an in-depth understanding of polymorphic and multi-component systems. The series of case studies will bring clarifications on characterization methods as well as on stability evaluation and regulatory requirements.
This course is intended to reinforce the important aspects of reliability in order to achieve the maximum level, as well as obtaining an effective maintenance through best industrial practices.
This course provides the delegates with an overview of incident investigation. The motivation for this course is to outline a procedure of incident investigation that is objective and satisfies most regulatory requirements.
This course will present the latest defect assessment methods to pipeline engineers and managers. These methods will range from simple, quick assessment methods, to the more detailed “fitness for purpose” analysis.
The course will focus on establishing an audit team, developing a site audit manual and implementing an auditing program at a site. Participants will collaborate in small groups to analyze scenarios using incident videos and case studies. Throughout the course real-time incidents will be added, such as responding to critical audit findings, requiring participants to react as they would in a real-life scenario.