The Ultimate Guide to Brazilian Regulatory Compliance (Part 2)
Common Pitfalls Throughout the Asset Lifecycle
When working towards Brazilian Regulatory Compliance (BRC), there are common mistakes that companies often make along the way. From failing to keep up with changing regulations to inadequate documentation and resources, success requires the early involvement of specialists that can guide designers through the long and winding road of successful compliance.
In Part 1 of our webinar series, we discussed the process for BRC, including key compliance milestones for design and construction. Join us for Part 2 as we present examples of critical issues that are relatively easy to capture at early stages but could result in significant impacts, such as cost and delay, if detected at later stages of design and construction or during startup and operations.
With over 40 years of experience in Brazil, ABS Group's analysis of the regulatory framework and scope of requirements are of high value to companies considering investment, and equally those with current investments, in Brazil.
What We Cover
Traps that can be avoided through Verification of Compliance
Examples of potential pitfalls during design/construction, startup or operations
Key tips and tricks to help satisfy successful compliance with the Brazilian regulatory framework
Alexandre Kovacs, BRC Project Manager, ABS Group
Alexandre Kovacs is a Senior Mechanical Engineer, PMP certified professional and BRC Project Manager with 35 Years of experience in Ship and Offshore Design, including Oil Tankers, FPSO, Semisubmersible and Fixed Platforms covering the stages of Conceptual, Basic, FEED, Detail Engineering Design and Assessment of Brazilian Regulatory Framework based on Standards, Codes and Rules such as ABNT/NBR, DPC/NORMAM, NRs, ANVISA and ANP, solid international experience and On-site inspection for Regulatory Compliance during Construction.
Loreno do Val, Business Development Manager, ABS Group
Fascinated by all energy tech and business, from Oil & Gas to Power, Renewables and Nuclear, Loreno has spent most of his career in Rio de Janeiro in commercial roles at industrial construction and manufacturing companies. Looking forward to developing new business at ABS Group, Loreno supports the growth of offshore and marine activities in South America.
About ABS Group
ABS Group of Companies, Inc. (www.abs-group.com), through its operating subsidiaries, provides technical advisory and certification services to support the safety and reliability of high-performance assets and operations in the oil, gas and chemical, power generation, marine, offshore and government sectors, among others. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ABS Group operates with more than 1,000 professionals globally. ABS Group is a subsidiary of ABS (www.eagle.org), a leading marine and offshore classification society.