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Why Choose this Training Course?
This PetroKnowledge 5-day training course addresses Risk Based Machinery Management as logical extension of the RBI approach applied on pressure vessels to the machinery area. The training course provides the RBM framework understanding accompanied by the methodology toolbox for its implementation.
The RBM methodology covers the full life cycle of the projects and equipment, from the conceptual design up to the operation and decommissioning. It allows systemic decision-making considering safety and economic aspects and constraints.
What are the Goals?
By the end of this API RP 691 - Advanced Risk Based Machinery Management training course, participants will learn to:
Confidently implement the risk-based machinery management framework based on API RP 691
Master the implementation toolbox from API RP 691
Learn various maintenance management approaches
Optimize decision-making considering safety and economic aspects
Optimally use risk and reliability in asset management
Who is this Training Course for?
This API RP 691 - Advanced Risk Based Machinery Management training course is primarily intended for the refining and petrochemical sectors, although the process can be applied to any industry.
Main benefit from the course will be for the following:
Mechanical / Rotating Machinery Maintenance Engineers and Maintenance Personnel
Machine Design Engineers
Plant Engineers and Operations Supervisors
Refining and Petrochemical Engineers
How will this Training Course be Presented?
This training combines lectures teaching the theoretical principles of the risk-based and risk-informed approaches to equipment management throughout the life cycle of the machinery, then link it to the operational situation found in the typical petrochemical / refining plant. The lectures are accompanied and illustrated by the real-life examples and, in a number of cases, first-hand experience of the trainer, giving unique transition from theory to practice. Further, the practical workshops allow the participants to try to combine own professional knowledge and experience with the newly acquired knowledge during the course in order to be able to solve practical problems.
For the organizations that develop and design machinery products, this training course will provide unique opportunity to gain knowledge how to integrate the risk-informed and risk-driven approach from the first stage of product conception up to the in-service use of it.
For the end-users of the machinery, the integrated risk-based management methods are explored and correspondingly linked to the other risk-informed initiatives in the organization. Utilizing these approaches, the organization can achieve optimal life-cycle costing of the capital and other machinery.
The participants will master the risk-based approach as a philosophy to be integrated in the design and/or maintenance philosophy in the day-to-day work. Further, the participants will gain the practical skills in the risk-based machinery management through the practical, real-life examples. The participants are encouraged to bring own problems forward for the practical workshops embedded in the course.
Day One: RBMM Introduction, Feasibility, and Design
Machinery Risk Management – scope, limitations, work process overview
Normative References, terms, definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations
Risk Assessment Methodology (Annex A)
Feasibility and Concept Selection
Technical Risk Categorization; Technology Readiness Level, Product Qualification, and Audit
API 691 Feasibility and Concept Selection Facility
Guideline of API 691 Facility Audits (Annex G)
Front-end Engineering Design
Preliminary Machinery Risk Assessment
Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability Analysis
Machinery Design and Selection
Process and Instrument Diagram (P&ID) Reviews
Day Two: FEED, Detailed Design, Installation and Commissioning
Long Lead Machinery, vendor Qualifications
Operations, Maintenance, and Optional Field Testing, Facilities Strategies