Developing & Managing Mechanical Integrity Programs Training

Join us for an in-person Mechanical integrity training on Developing & Managing Mechanical Integrity Programs.

Date: December 14-15, 2022

Accreditation: 1.6 CEUs / 16 PDHs

Intended audience:

  • Maintenance and MI Engineers
  • Maintenance Manager
  • Process Safety Managers

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Course Description:

Learn the requirements of and how to interpret the Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard’s Mechanical Integrity (MI) element. Whether your company is large or small, whether you are experienced at managing mechanical integrity or just developing a mechanical integrity program, consistent interpretation of the requirements is essential.

AcuTech participated in the writing of the Center for Chemical Process Safety’s (CCPS) Mechanical Integrity Management Systems book, 1st and 2nd editions. AcuTech was the contractor selected to write the revision of the Center for Chemical Process Safety’s Guidelines for Auditing Process Safety Management Systems. This book provides significant interpretation of the MI requirements. This mechanical integrity programs training is based primarily on these two books.

Course Benefits:

  • Learn how interpret the MI requirements in the PSM Standard.
  • Master the web of relevant recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices (RAGAGEP).
  • Gain expertise on Risk-based Inspection (RBI)
  • Topics include:
    • Interpretation of MI requirements
    • MI management systems
    • RAGAGEPs
    • ITPM Tasks
    • ITPM Frequencies
    • Risk-based inspection
    • Corrosion
    • MI training and qualification
    • Managing MI deficiencies
    • Quality assurance
    • CMMSs
    • Implementing MI programs
    • SIS


  • Mike Hazzan, MI SME & Engineer
  • Ken Min, MI & PSM Engineer
  • Nick White, MI & PSM Engineer

Training location: AcuTech Corporate Headquarters, Vienna, VA

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