Ageing plant – Managing risks, Extending life
28 June 2011 – Best Western Hotel St Pierre, Barnsley Road, Newmillerdam, Wakefield, WF2 6QG
Many operating assets in the process industries are required to operate well beyond their original design lives. The challenge is to demonstrate to regulators and stakeholders that these “ageing assets” can be operated safely, reliably and economically for their required operating life.
This one-day course shows how knowledge of the vulnerabilities - deterioration and obsolescence of equipment; loss of organisational competence – can be used to develop a strategy for managing the risks from ageing plant. This strategy includes a robust justification for on-going operation, and provides a sound basis for investment decisions.
• Increased awareness of ageing plant issues
• Overview of why deterioration occurs , obsolescence and other life-influencing factors
• Understanding of organisational and technical requirements to manage ageing plant
This course is being run by ABB Limited.
For further details and to book onto the event please click on the downlaod belowageing_plant_-_managing_risks,_extending_life_28th_june_2011.pdf
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