Mechanical Integrity Best Practices Workshop
This workshop introduces techniques to safely maintain equipment and procedures in hazardous processes and facilities. It is one of 11 Best Practices Workshops on Process Safety and Operational Risk Management offered by DuPont Sustainable Solutions.
This Best Practices Workshop will show participants how a comprehensive mechanical integrity program helps maintain and continuously improve a system’s integrity, and control hazards, throughout the life of a facility. The following topics will be discussed:
- Maintenance procedures
- Training and performance of personnel
- Quality control procedures
- Equipment tests and inspections, including predictive and preventive maintenance
- Repairs and changes
- Reliability engineering
Who should attend: maintenance and operations leaders, including COOs, maintenance executives and managers, reliability professionals, and plant or facility managers.
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The Best of DuPont Experience and Expertise
Each of our 11 Best Practices Workshops is designed to introduce participants to DuPont best practices and describe how their application can help your organization prevent process-related injuries and incidents. This can help your organization envision and specify future improvements, while building the workforce and management skills needed to implement your PSM program with optimal results.
For over 30 years, the experts at DuPont Sustainable Solutions have been successfully implementing Process Safety Management (PSM) and Operational Risk Management (ORM) concepts in our own facilities, and at client sites worldwide, to help prevent process-related injuries and incidents and to manage operational risk. We have delivered PSM solutions for countless clients across many industries, as well as more than 50 separate businesses within DuPont. In the Mechanical Integrity Best Practices Workshop, our consulting experts will help your organization apply the proven approaches to PSM and ORM that we’ve developed and refined through decades of practical, real-world experience.
Customized and Exclusive Sessions
Our experts will design your Mechanical Integrity Best Practices Workshop to address executive management, operations managers, plant and site managers, or safety managers. We will then work with you to hold exclusive, half-day workshops at your location, specifically tailored to your company’s mechanical integrity needs.
Part of Our Continuum of PSM Services
The DuPont Best Practices Workshops are part of our continuum of Process Safety and Operational Risk Management solutions, designed to help you at every stage of developing, implementing and continually improving your PSM program. Our many levels of consulting services also include:
- Assessments and benchmarking
- Corporate PSM strategy development
- Asset PSM improvement plan development
- Governance and organizational design
- PSM design
- Facilitation of PSM standards, procedures and processes
- Organizational development
- Expert skills augmentation
- Delivery execution partnering (pairing DuPont resources with your staff to deliver results)
- PSM audits
- Operating discipline tools
- Learning and development programs
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