November 13, 2017

Course Catalogue

Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) 1

CUI is one of the biggest asset integrity threats in onshore and offshore plants costing plant owners / operators millions of dollars each year.

Upon completion of the INSPECTEGRITY CUI 1 eLearning, inspectors and asset personnel will be more confident in finding asset integrity threats caused by CUI that may be present on their plant.

This e-learning package was developed in a project supported by the Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC).

Useful for OIE (IIE), site inspectors, NDT technicians, fabric maintenance supervisor, insulators and painters, operations area authorities, and any personnel working on the asset team onshore and offshore.

Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) 2

Every year operators and asset owners have to budget for the control of CUI.

It is crucial for Inspectors and asset personnel to be able to conduct CUI risk assessment. This risk assessment is essential not only to balance the risk of CUI with the restraints of a budget but also to define optimum inspection scopes and the priority of each of these CUI work scopes.

Without understanding the CUI risk for the plant CUI budgets can be too high or too low and can often be spent inefficiently.

Upon completion of the INSPECTEGRITY CUI 2 eLearning, asset personnel will gain the minimum knowledge required to conduct a CUI risk assessment and develop optimised strategies for controlling the risk of CUI on a plant.

Useful for OIE (IIE), site inspectors, NDT technicians, fabric maintenance supervisor.

Stainless Steel Chloride Pitting & Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking

In-service damage mechanisms that occur on Stainless Steels can often leave operators with no choice but to replace the component that has suffered the damage. These replacements can be very costly for the operator.

Common external damage mechanisms include Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking (CSCC) and Chloride Pitting.Generally if an inspector is looking for these damages on stainless steel components, it is too late and the component could already require replacement. It is therefore essential for Inspectors and asset personnel to prevent the damage mechanisms occurring in the first place by finding and eliminating any potential causes.
 
Upon completion of the INSPECTEGRITY Stainless Steel eLearning, Inspectors and asset personnel will gain the required understanding to more effectively inspect, assess and eliminate potential causes of in-service damage mechanisms relating to stainless steel pressurised equipment.

Useful for OIE (IIE), site inspectors, NDT technicians, fabric maintenance supervisor, insulators and painters, operations area authorities, and any personnel working on the asset team onshore and offshore.