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Tackling Core Challenges Around PSM Mechanical Integrity

Pinnacle, March 25, 2020

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According to OSHA standard 1910.119, Mechanical Integrity (MI) is one of the 14 elements included in Process Safety Management (PSM). Maintaining the mechanical integrity of process equipment is important to ensure that assets are not only designed and installed correctly, but that they operate seamlessly to prevent plant failures, incidents or hazards.

In today’s marketplace, we are seeing PSM become more of a focus as incidents continue to occur in industrial facilities. However, the widespread need for and focus on PSM Mechanical Integrity continues to present challenges to facilities in how to bring it to reality in their operations and properly mitigate risk of loss of containment. Join PinnacleART Principal of Asset Management Solutions, Sean Rosier, and Vice President of Business Development, Nathanael Ince, as they walk you through steps to tackle the challenges your facility may be currently facing around PSM MI including:

  • Primary Problem Areas in Programs
  • Developing a Written Program
  • How to Connect Your Written Program to Your Actual MI Program

About the Presenters

Sean Rosier is a post graduate qualified engineer with 25 years of experience in reliability engineering, maintenance management, operations management, project engineering, project management, and market research. He is experienced in a range of industries including oil & gas, chemicals, steel production, mining, manufacturing, and LNG, in roles, including consultancy, service contracting, field execution and leadership in both technical and operations management. He is currently the Principal, Asset Management Solutions for PinnacleART.

Nathanael Ince is a degreed mechanical engineer from Texas A&M University with over 12 years of experience in mechanical integrity and reliability programs. Nathanael has served process facilities across the oil and gas, chemical, and mining sectors, and he has held the roles of Asset Integrity Consultant, Project Lead, Solutions Engineer, Solutions Director, and now, Vice President of Business Development. In his current role, he focuses on ensuring PinnacleART is helping industrial facilities leverage the right data to make better reliability and mechanical integrity decisions.

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Posted by Alex Castellanos on April 3, 2020
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