Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and Corrosion Mitigation

A forty-five minute long presentation by Richard Taggs, President, TEAM Global

Managers, learn the principles and value of RBI and corrosion mitigation to increase safety, reduce cost, maximize productivity, prevent catastrophic failures, and how to implement effective and flexible risk based inspection schedules. But you won’t be a hero for when there is no disaster, no one knows you, but should there be a disaster?Learning Point 

Takeaways:

  1. The Value of Risk Based Inspections
  2. The Value of Preventing Corrosion-related Disasters
  3. How to use your enterprise software to accomplish RBI and prevent Disasters from occurring.

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