e-PSM 106-1: Mechanical Integrity Part 1 (Introduction and Implementation)
Duration: 1 Day, 9 AM-4 PM
This course describes what Mechanical Integrity is and ways to implement a MI program. A well implemented MI program will ensure OSHA PSM compliance while providing maintenance, integrity, reliability of safety critical process equipment.
- Learn how to interpret the “performance based” OSHA PSM regulation as it pertains to mechanical integrity, and, learn to set up a MI program that will comply with the regulation.
- Learn how to develop and implement a new MI program, or, improve an existing MI program.
Who should attend
- PSM Managers and Coordinators
- Process Safety and Mechanical Engineers
- Anyone who needs to develop a MI program, or, improve their existing program
- A background in engineering, operations, and/or maintenance
Course Content and Agenda
- Introduction and Motivation to/for MI
- MI Related Incidents
- Regulatory Requirements of MI
- MI Relationship with other PSM Elements
- Mechanical Integrity System
- Establishing a Mechanical Integrity Program
- Creating an Inventory of all Major Pieces of Equipment
- Determining Specific Inspections and Tests for Equipment
- Develop Plan for ITPM Execution
- Establish Training Procedure for Maintenance Personnel
- Establish Requirements for Quality Assurance