|MN183||16 - 20 Jun 2019||Dubai - UAE||4,950|
|MN183||17 - 21 Nov 2019||Dubai - UAE||4,950|
*All fees are exclusive of VAT
Why Choose this Training Course?
Corrosion Management (CM) is a new concept and expertise whose advent could be traced back to the publication of the UK’s HSE book on the subject in May 2008 and NACE’s four books since 2012. CM applications will render an existing asset integrity management system (AIMS) more effective, efficient and risk-based. Simultaneously, such applications enhance teamwork, communication and personnel competency. However, their two most important benefits are the increasing corrosion failure pre-emption capability of an organisation and the optimizing of corrosion/integrity costs.
The Corrosion Management concept is different from corrosion engineering and Corrosion Management applications simply complement the incumbent corrosion engineering integrity measures already in place. Utilizing Corrosion Management principles could bring about significant asset integrity enhancements, sometimes at very little or no extra costs to the organization.
Corrosion Management initially started from UK’s Offshore Hydrocarbon Industry; however, upon successful applications worldwide other non-hydrocarbon industries have also become interested in receiving Corrosion Management training and consultancy services.
This PetroKnowledge training course will highlight:
- The CM Concept and how it differs corrosion engineering
- How the CM Concept is implemented across an asset
- What the main benefits of CM applications are
- The products/tools of the CM application process
- Corrosion failure pre-emption & corrosion/integrity cost optimization via CM applications
What are the Goals?
By the end of this PetroKnowledge training course, participants will learn to:
- Fully understand and appreciate the CM concept
- Develop asset CM strategy and implementing it
- Determine corrosion control matrices
- Determine corrosion key performance indicators
- Design and apply various CM tools and products
Who is this Training Course for?
Anybody within the company or among its contractors who is associated with corrosion engineering, asset integrity management, inspections, chemical treatments, coating systems, cathodic protection, project engineering, asset management and repair and maintenance would greatly benefit from this PetroKnowledge training course.
This PetroKnowledge training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Corrosion & Integrity Engineers
- Production & Operation Engineers
- Inspection Engineers
- Repair & Maintenance Engineers
- Coating & CP Engineers
- Asset Project Engineers & Asset Managers
- Chemical Treatment Suppliers
- Corrosion Monitoring Systems Suppliers & Lab Technicians
How will this Training Course be Presented?
The teaching will be done via PowerPoint slides containing text, tables, plots, pictures, etc. The teaching will be interactive; that is, on a regular basis the participants will be asked to participate in an ongoing topic, discussion or challenge. Past integrity case studies will be presented throughout the training course to promote best international practices while simultaneously discouraging integrity practices which had resulted in impairing asset integrity in various projects. The training course will end with a short exam to further help all the participants to remember all the important subjects, concepts and practices discussed throughout the course.
The organization as a whole will gain a new knowledge and set of skills which will help them to significantly enhance their corrosion mitigation and control and further optimise their pertinent integrity costs.
The organization gains will include:
- Improved (site) personnel safety and environmental protection
- Enhanced teamwork, communication and reporting
- Increased corrosion failure pre-emption capability across the organization.
- Optimised corrosion and integrity costs
- Extended equipment and asset life due to reduced corrosion rates
- Increased production/operation times and reduced number of unplanned shutdowns
Participants will learn to mitigate and control corrosion more efficiently through improved understanding of premier root causes behind the majority of corrosion issues and failures. Attending this PetroKnowledge course will help them to:
- Learn what corrosion management concept is and how it differs from corrosion engineering
- How the corrosion management process is implemented across an asset
- How the overall integrity management and inspections could become more efficient through a risk-based approach
- How the organisation’s capability in pre-empting corrosion failures increases
- How the pertinent integrity and corrosion costs are optimized
- How various non-corrosion engineering-based integrity measures could also significantly enhance corrosion control and mitigation often at no or very little costs
Day One: The Corrosion Management Concept
- The Two Current CM Models
- Corrosion and Corrosion Engineering (CE) in the Industry
- The CM Concept and Definition
- CM Misconceptions
Day Two: The Corrosion Management Implementation Process
- The CM Process and Deployment
- Integrity Review, Performance Monitoring and Effectiveness Assessment
- Determination of the ‘Management Requirements’
- Failure Risk Assessment (FRA or Risk-Based Inspection)
- FRA Types
- Shortcomings Associated with CM Applications
Day Three: Products of the Corrosion Management Process
- Knowing Your Asset
- Corrosion Control Matrices (or Integrity Operating Windows)
- Corrosion Key Performance Indicators
- Team Structure & Roles and Responsibilities
- The Corrosion Engineering Position and Its Significance
Day Four: Corrosion Management Tools and Application Benefits
- The Significance of Communication
- Data Management
- Corrosion Failure Pre-emption
- Corrosion Cost Optimisation
- Management of Change
Day Five: Corrosion Management Tools and Application Benefits – Cont’d
- Anomalies and Their Management
- Leak Register & Failure Investigations
- Potential Benefits of CM Applications
- Recommendations for Optimised CM Implementation
- Various International Case Studies