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Become a Certified Risk Based Inspector by completing the API 580 – Risk Based Inspection (RBI) Exam Preparation Training.
API RP 580 Risk-Based Inspection and API Publication 581, Base Resource Document are used to create the course. The course begins by outlining practical methods and alternatives for implementing a successful RBI program with minimal hassles. This course explains how to use the RBI framework and methodology to create and implement a risk-based inspection program that is tailored to the company’s goals. Its usefulness is predicated on the assumption that only a few critical equipment in a process plant are responsible for the majority of the risk. As a result, if these few pieces of equipment can be identified, testing and inspection can be concentrated on them rather than on a number of low-risk items.
The Risk Based Inspection (RBI) methodology is used to control a plant’s total risk by concentrating inspection efforts on the most dangerous process equipment. RBI offers the foundation for making informed decisions on inspection frequency, scope, and the best type of NDE. In most processing plants, a significant portion of the overall unit risk is concentrated in a limited number of equipment pieces. These potentially high-risk components may require further attention, which could be accomplished through a customized inspection strategy. Reduced excessive inspection efforts in regions identified as having lower risk might sometimes balance the expense of increased inspection effort.
API 581 (Risk Based Inspection Methodology) – Full Course Outline
Become a Certified Corrosion and Materials Engineer by completing the API 571 – Corrosion and Materials Exam Preparation Training.
The API 571 Corrosion and Materials Certification is for engineers, inspectors, and industry specialists who want to demonstrate that they understand damage mechanisms in the refining, petrochemical, pulp, and paper industries. The first step in maintaining safe and reliable equipment is to understand and correctly identify damage mechanisms. In order to apply API 510, API 570, API 653, API 580, API 581, and API 579 codes, quality assurance inspectors must be conversant with API 571. When assessing the remaining life of equipment, it is necessary to have a fundamental understanding of damage mechanisms. The training material in the API 571 course covers a wide range of damage processes.
API 571: Dec 19 -Jan 16 | 5 Sundays | 9AM – 3PMAPI 580: Jan 23 – Feb 20 | 5 Sundays | 9AM – 3PM
API 581: Feb 27 – March 27 | 5 Sundays | 9AM – 3PM
*Offers are valid until the 31st of December 2021 only.*