API 580 and 581 Training - Risk-Based Inspection & Base Resource Document


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Monday August 07, 2017 | Uday B. Kale | Bandung, Indonesia
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Upcoming Course

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PST0245-201701  07 Aug 2017  11 Aug 2017  Bandung, Indonesia  SGD 3195  Uday B. Kale   Register
PST0245-201701  06 Nov 2017  10 Nov 2017  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  SGD 3195  Uday B. Kale   Register

Past Course

Code Start Date End Date Location Cost Instructor Register
PST0245  10 Jun 2013  14 Jun 2013  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  SGD 2995  Uday B. Kale 
PST0245-201401  16 Jun 2014  20 Jun 2014  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  SGD 2995  Uday B. Kale 
PST0245-201501  03 Aug 2015  07 Aug 2015  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  SGD 3195  Uday B. Kale 
PST0245-201601  19 Sep 2016  23 Sep 2016  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  SGD 3195  Uday B. Kale 
Monday August 07, 2017 | Uday B. Kale | Bandung, Indonesia

The course is based on API RP 580 Risk-Based Inspection and API Publication 581, Base Resource Document. The course first explains feasible means and alternatives for achieving a successful RBI program without undue complications. This course deals with RBI framework and methodology in a simple straight forward manner to establish and implement a risk-based inspection program best suited for the company objectives.

 

Its utility is based on the premise that a few vital equipments in a process plant contribute a majority of the risk. Consequently, if these few equipments can be identified, then testing and inspection can be focused on them rather than several low-risk items. RBI helps to prioritize their equipment for inspection, optimize inspection methods and frequencies, and develop effective inspection plan commensurate with the risk contribution and equipment condition.

 

The course is focused on methodology of actual implementation of RBI in Oil and Gas industry. It covers advanced knowledge of RBI implementation in addition to the knowledge required for passing the Certification Examination. The candidates should possess at least one certification out of API 510, API 570 or API 653 certifications.

 

With Mr. Uday Kale’s extensive involvements in the facilities inspection, as well as his practical coaching and mentoring approaches, this course not only prepare the candidates to pass API 580 examination with confident, it will also advance the helps the participants broaden the technical knowledge base in order to avoid unplanned shutdown and reduce expenses!

Monday August 07, 2017 | Uday B. Kale | Bandung, Indonesia

Module - 1

  • Introduction
  • What is RBI?
  • Scope of RBI
  • Purpose & Utility of RBI
  • Common Definition RBI
  • Definition of Risk
  • Relative Risk V/S Absolute Risk
  • Relationship between Inspection & Risk
  • Types Of RBI Assessments
  • Qualitative, Quantitative and Semi-Quantitative Approaches

Module - 2

  • Planning RBI Assessment
  • Selecting Type of RBI Assessment
  • Identifying Deterioration Mechanisms
  • Introduction to Qualitative Analysis
  • Likelihood Category
  • Consequence Category
  • Step-By Step Method for Qualitative Analysis
  • Understanding the Damage Factors
  • Determine Likelihood Category
  • Determine Consequence Category and Risk Category
  • Preparation of Risk Matrix, Analysis and Conclusion

Module - 3

  • Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
  • Flammable Effects
  • Toxic Effects
  • Business Interruption Effects
  • Estimation of Release Rate and Post Leak Response
  • Risk Evaluation
  • Risk-Weighted Consequences

Module - 4

  • Introduction to Semi Quantitative Approach
  • Likelihood Analysis
  • Consequence Analysis
  • Risk Management Post RBI Analysis
  • Inspection Strategies Post RBI Analysis
  • Using RBI Findings To Evolve Inspection Strategy In Oil And Gas Industry

Module - 5

  • Inspection Effectiveness
  • Optimizing Inspection Methods And Frequencies
  • Risk Mitigation and Follow-Up
  • Re-Assessment and Updating RBI
  • Implementation of RBI in Oil And Gas Industry
  • Final Quiz
  • Feedback and Concluding Session
Monday August 07, 2017 | Uday B. Kale | Bandung, Indonesia
  • Introduction to the basic concept of Risk-Based Inspection and the basis for the API  580 RBI program and methodology
  • Understand the purpose, scope, and examination of the critical steps in the RBI process
  • Overview of deterioration mechanisms and failure modes affecting the plant equipment
  • Introduction to the risk-based inspection priority matrix  and the means to utilize its results in determining inspection priorities
  • Introduction to the iso-risk plot and its use, especially in combination with the risk-based inspections priority matrix  
  • Discussion of risk-based inspection documentation and record-keeping needs
  • Understanding of the basic concepts of risk acceptance, risk assessment, risk perception ,risk mitigation and managing residual risk .
Monday August 07, 2017 | Uday B. Kale | Bandung, Indonesia

This course will specifically benefit Engineers, Supervisors, and Managers and Individuals who are responsible for implementing risk- based inspection programs within their own company or plant facility such as Mechanical integrity, Equipment Reliability, and Inspection Personnel who are responsible for maintaining the serviceability of process plant equipment based on a cost-effective inspection program.

Monday August 07, 2017 | Uday B. Kale | Bandung, Indonesia

Uday B. Kale (M. Eng. Mechanical)

Technical Director - KUB Quality Services

Biography

Uday B. Kale is a Post Graduate Mechanical Engineer with experience in Inspection, Welding and NDE/NDT projects for last 19 years. Currently he is the technical director of M/s KUB Quality Services. He has involved in inspection, welding and NDT projects in the Middle East, Africa and India on offshore production platform and petrochemical refineries. He has vast experience in Manufacturing and In Service Inspection of Static Equipment used in Oil and Gas.

Mr. Uday is very well-versed in international Codes and Standards. He performed and led the shutdown teams in performing NDE, internal and external inspection of equipments in central processing plant, ammonia plant, FCCU, SRU, SWS and amine treating units for Code stamp facilities of ADCO, Qatar Petroleum, Oil India, QAFAC, Banagas, Al Jubail Fertilizer Company, and other various units of Refineries, Petrochemicals, Gas Plant and Fertilizer Plant and so on.

He was a lead API inspector for various shutdown and Turnaround. He was also the appointed plant inspector for BP (GUPCO) in asset integrity management, who took charge of 9 offshore production complex, 75 Satellites and Onshore process units involving Close Visual Inspection of piping, equipments, NDT co-ordination, Baseline and Corrosion Monitoring. Furthermore, as an Inspector in GASCO OAG pipeline project, he conducted and witnessed Ultrasonic Examination of first 50 production weld joints of pipeline done by PWT (Pipe Welding Technology, GMAW).