Asset Integrity Management System (AIMS)

Asset Integrity Management System (AIMS)
December 16th-18th 2015 – Bali

AIMS is the most advance strategy currently used worldwide to manage the risk and integrity of the facility to the acceptable level at the most cost effective way by bridging and linked all existing reliability, integrity and maintenance method such as RBI, PIMS, and On line Conditioning Monitoring and Structural Reliability, into one integrated system.
As the plant and facility matured and exceeded their design life (aging), many operation challenges are faced by the operators such as increases the risk associated with i) damaging mechanism and rates, ii) an increasingly economic competiveness, iii) more  safety and environmental issues, and so on. Therefore, the production availability, and reliability have to be well maintained using the more sophisticated methods. This is true for all process assets such as stationary, rotating equipment and structural components.
To ensure the continuity of the facility operation and to promote asset, people and environmental safety, all aspects of the reliability and integrity of the equipment and structure concept must be maintained at all phases during their integrity cycle as outlined below. To achieve those purposes, AIMS should be implemented by using various tools and practicable and proven methodologies that will become focus of this workshop.

Workshop Coverage
·        Introduction to Asset Integrity Management System (BS PAS 55 and Other Applicabe Codes)
·        Pipeline Risk and Integrity Management (ASME B31.8S & API 1160)
·        Risk Based Inspection and Maintenance for Pressure Vessels and Piping  (API 581)
·        RBI Methodology for Heat Exchangers and Fin-Fan Coolers
·        Failure Mode and Effect Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and RCM
·        Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Analysis for Plant Operation Maintenance.
·        Corrosion Circuits and Corrosion Mapping for Process Plant
·        Corrosion Under Insulation Risk Based Inspection for Piping
·        Vibration and Fatigue Risk Based Inspection for Piping
·        Valves and Flanges Integrity Management
·        Root Cause Failure Analysis (Lesson Learn from Failure Cases on Boiler, Power Plant, Turbine Blades, Pipeline, Piping, Heat Exchangers, Pressure Vessels, Valves)
·        Fitness for Services (FFS) or Defect Assessment
·        Remaining Life Assessment Method for Plant’s Equipment
·        Mechanical Integrity Recommendations (Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair Strategy) for Aging Plants
·        Process Integrity Recommendations for Aging Plant

Workshop Benefit 
By knowing the AIMS concepts and associated tools and methods, it will benefit the operation, inspection, reliability and maintenance engineers to be able to effectively manage the risk, integrity and reliability of the rotating, static equipment and the structure, in more quantitative manner, using proper statistics data generated from history, or reliability data based. Availability of the plants and equipment can, therefore be maintained and so the plant’s un-planned shutdown can be minimized and the safety is promoted as well. This is done to meet the very whole purposes of asset operation that is achieving zero failure and zero accident while, at the same time, maximizing the ROI or business profit of the Company. 

Who Should Attend
The workshop will beneficial for engineers, supervisors and managers responsible for pressure vessels, mechanical piping, tanks, heat exchangers, pipeline, structures, operation and inspection and integrity, as well as reliability and maintenance job. Minimum trainee background should be at D3 levels in all science or engineering areas.


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