Manage Changes and Communicate Results

Two-day session to learn how to manage and measure the performance of an MI/RBI program as well as how to manage changes to maintain the effectiveness of the MI/RBI program
Manage Changes and Communicate Results

Overview

Two-day session to learn how to manage and measure the performance of an MI/RBI program as well as how to manage changes to maintain the effectiveness of the MI/RBI program. Personnel responsible for managing Mechanical Integrity (MI) and Risk Based Inspection (RBI) programs will benefit from this training. Use of MI/RBI software to enable these processes is included in this training.

Course Topics

  • Identify the common change triggers that must be managed in order maintain the effectiveness of the MI/RBI program.
  • Describe the processes for updating the MI/RBI program for common change triggers.
  • Update the MI/RBI program when:

    • Inspection/Activity results are obtained
    • Repairs are performed
    • MOC changes occur
    • Equipment is replaced in kind
  • Use MI/RBI data for:

    • Managing and Measuring the Performance of an MI/RBI Program
    • Planning Activities
    • Decision Making
    • Training

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