Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) is a component of the Asset Integrity Management (AIM) program for offshore structures. Assisting in the preparation of an inspection plan utilizing the class generic strategy. It aims to optimize the inspection effort by allocating more resources to high-risk areas and fewer to low-risk areas. The RBI program offers additional benefits, such as a logical foundation for inspection plans and efficient instruments for their enhancement.
The purpose of the RBI Training for Offshore Structures course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of offshore and marine system inspection and maintenance. As an offshore or marine engineer or manager, it is crucial to understand the operating, inspection, and maintenance requirements and practices of the offshore, subsea, and marine industries.
Certification Program Objectives:
- Techniques for offshore platform inspection
- Inspection of immovable offshore structures based on risk
- Inspection of floating offshore installations based on risk
- Maintenance and inspection of subsea systems
- Future Generation Subsea Inspection and Maintenance Activities
- Examination of the FPSO and FLNG
- To be certified as CRBIOSP, student should take up a 1.5 hours exam at the designated examination centers.
- The qualifying exam would consist of 50 multiple choice questions, testing core certification modules.
- Professionals with relevant experience and other qualifying criteria may be exempted from the examination.
- Presentation slides
- Study references
Upon successful completion of the CRBIOSP training, participants will receive a “Certified Risk Based Inspection for Offshore Structures Professional” certificate.
Who Should Attend:
- Engineers with an interest in expanding their knowledge, particularly in the areas of operation and inspection.
- Project architects
- Engineers and technicians in operation and upkeep
- Engineers from all disciplines new to the offshore sector
- New to the offshore inspection industry are executives and managers
Module 1: OFFSHORE ENGINEERING INTRODUCTION
- Offshore platform types
- Development of Offshore Fields
- Research and evaluation
- Petroleum reservoir life cycle
- Techniques for Investigating Offshore Sites
Module 2: INSPECTION OF FIXED OFFSHORE PLATFORMS
- Types of Inspections
- Methodology for Risk-Based Inspections
- Coverage of Inspections
- Inspection Specification for Above-Water Platforms
- Non-Conformance Criteria
- Critical Safety Components
- Underwater Inspection for Steel offshore structures
Module 3: INSPECTION OF FLOATING OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS BASED ON RISK
- Overview of the RBI Program
- Hull Structures RBI Development Plan
- Mooring System and Riser Systems RBI Development Plan
- RBI Topsides Plan Development RBI Program Submittal Requirements
Module 4: SUBSEA INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, AND RISK ASSESSMENT
- Subsea Equipment Risk Based Inspection (RBI) Methodology
- Risk Assessment and Project Risk Management
- Pipeline RBI
- Subsea system inspection and maintenance
- Subsea Pipeline Repair Methods
- Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
- Next Generation Subsea Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair Operations
- Remote Operated Vehicles (ROV) Intervention and Interface
Module 5: INSPECTION OF MARINE FACILITIES (FPSO, FLNG)
- Introduction to FPSO–FLNG Operation and Maintenance
- FPSO and FLNG Inspection and Maintenance
- Regulations, Standards & Codes
- Mooring, turret, and swivel operations for FPSOs and FLNGs
- SURF (Subsea Umbilicals, Risers, and Flowlines) and SURF (Subsea Facility)