Evolution of Mechanical Integrity
Understanding how to manage your facility's most critical infrastructure is crucial to avoiding costly delays and the potential for a major process safety incident. Over the last 20 years, Mechanical Integrity (MI) programs have evolved to meet technology advancements, as well as new safety and environmental regulations developed to improve integrity management.
Review the foundational elements of MI through the decades and learn how practices are evolving to meet technology advancements and operational challenges. Our presenter will define several key "learning eras" and discuss both regulator and industry responses to situations that prompted new safety and environmental regulations.
What We Cover:
Definition of Mechanical Integrity – What, Why and Who
Overview of the Mechanical Integrity Eras
MI Requirements, Objectives and Key Observations
The Future of MI – Industry 4.0
Randy Montgomery, ABS Group
Randy Montgomery is the Senior Director of Midstream and Downstream Services for ABS Group. He has 30+ years of experience in reliability, maintenance, integrity management, process safety, operations
About ABS Group
ABS Group of Companies, Inc. (www.abs-group.com), through its operating subsidiaries, provides data-driven risk and reliability solutions and technical services that help clients confirm the safety, integrity, quality and environmental efficiency of critical assets and operations. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ABS Group operates with more than 1,300 professionals in over 25 countries serving the industrial manufacturing, oil, gas and chemical, marine, offshore and government sectors. ABS Group is a subsidiary of ABS, a leading marine