Asset Integrity Management “Aligning Asset Management Strategies With The Corporate Objectives”


Instructor: Abdelaziz M. Salah Eldin – Integrity Management Consultant Hudson Technology and Strategic Studies, Ottawa-Canada (view profiles)

Upcoming Session : Jakarta/Bogor, 4-8 April 2016

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Assets Integrity  Management is nowadays one  of the essential elements of operational excellence that  many companies have embraced  to  maintain  the   competitive edge  in  their   line  of business. Operator’s ultimate goal  is to perform as a world  class company while ensuring facility integrity and  protecting Health,  Safety and the  Environment. Asset Integrity Management aim to contribute to the successful achievement of the companies’ vision and  gives assurance  to   management  and   shareholders  that   the   assets integrity is well maintained.

The  ultimate goal  of this  course  is to  bridge the  gap  between the theoretical and practical  knowledge of Integrity  Management methodology and  processes. The summary of the  course objectives are:

•  How to maximize the  economic value  of the  company by optimally  design, maintain, operate and  decommission assets to high and  consistent standards using the AIM process.
•  Explain the  different  strategies required to  ensure  that  the integrity and  reliability of assets are effectively managed throughout  the   entire   life  cycle  from   design   (Pre-  FEED through decommissioning).
•  Understand the 10 reasons why Asset Integrity Management Fails.
•  Explore in details  the  basic  Assets  Integrity   Management Modules  (8 Modules).
•  Recognize the  different  control  options and  explains  how good mitigation can reduce the  risk exposure and be used  as an effective tool to address  the  life extension requirements of ageing facilities.
•  Discuses major operator’s advancement in AIMS realities and benchmark the  assets  integrity management  practices with best in class operators.
• Clarifies the organizational interfaces  and  roles and responsibilities of the relevant  technical personnel engaged in the development and  implementation of the AIMS.
• Champion   effective  utilization   of  the   organization accumulated wisdom  and  lesson learned.
•  Address different  Inspection, Monitoring & Measurement techniques
•  Provides process  to measure corporate achievement against identified Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s).
•  Understand   how  AIM are  imbedded in  the  Projects  and Operation phases  „Design  to abandonment“.
•  Strategic  approach to achieve  Asset Integrity  Management excellence.
•  Emphases on getting the technology, process  and  people balanced right and the value of team  work in building  effective organizations.

the target participants are:
•  Asset  Managers,  Team   leaders   and   senior   engineers  engaged the      development,     roll-out implementation     and      review of the Asset Integrity  Management scheme
•  Pipelines,   Wells,  Structures,  Plant   &  Facilities  Projects,   Design, Operation & Maintenance Engineers,  Leaders & Managers
•  Corrosion  and  Integrity  group members
•  QA/QC specialists & Inspection Engineers