PLANT OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, MANAGEMENT & CONTROL

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  • November 18, 2019 - November 22, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course Length:     5 Days         Course Dates:     November 18 – 22, 2019         Course Venue:       Dubai, UAE

 

Course Description

This course reviews the design of a typical operation management program to promote safety and environmental protection during oil and gas production/plant operations. It includes description of the typical operations in oil and gas production facilities and infrastructure and also defines the key interfaces that exist in plant operation management. Codes and standards applicable to piping systems are described.

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for operations managers, maintenance engineers/planners, supervisors.

What You Will Learn:

  • Typical “best practices” used in plant operations
  • Guidelines and recommendations for the required process to reach an acceptable and controlled exposure to risk during operations, for personnel, environment, assets and reputation
  • The key considerations for flare and vent systems
  • Root cause analysis and its use in problem solving and prevention
  • Quality assurance and mechanical integrity of critical equipment
  • Risk management and hazard analysis
  • Preventive and predictive maintenance management concepts
  • Reliability centered maintenance management concepts

Course Outline

  • Personal Safety and Process Safety
  • Hazards analysis & Management of change (MoC)
  • Assurance of quality and mechanical integrity of critical equipment
  • Audit of safety and environmental management program elements
  • Integrated Workflows for Risk, Reliability and Failure Analysis
  • Best Practices for Safety Program, Human Factors Tool for Existing Operations, Process Drawings, Communications, Weight Control, Operational Logs, Key Interfaces during Plant Operations, and Codes & Industry Standards
  • Plant Management for Onshore Production Facilities, Offshore Production Facilities, Gas Plants, and Pipelines
  • Roles of Maintenance Planning & Scheduling in Maintenance Management & Control
  • Direct Assessment- Corrosion Assessment Methods (ASME-B31.G) – Techniques to Assess Manufacturing Metal Loss Defects, Dents, Gouges, Gouge-Dent Combinations, Cracks (API 579), Laminations (API 579)
  • Assurance of Quality and Mechanical Integrity of Critical Equipment
  • Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Management Concepts & Workflows for Rotating Equipment Operations, Hydraulic System Operations, Pump and Compressor Operations, Piping and Valves, Electrical Motor & Control Operations, Electrical Switchgear Operations, etc

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