Reduce Loss of Containment. Optimize Spend. Ensure PSM Compliance.

To have a successful reliability program, you need to invest your Mechanical Integrity (MI) and inspection resources in the right places. Our range of program assessments will ensure that you are investing your resources correctly by providing an assessment of the current state of your facility as well as a practical plan to improve your program with associated Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to monitor performance improvement.

Common Challenges We Help Solve

Concern surrounding loss of containment events, near misses, or leading indicators of risk

Lack of confidence in spending MI dollars in the right places

Absence of buy-in from internal key stakeholder on how to improve your MI program

Historical compliance issues or program compliance assurance for an upcoming audit

How We Solve These Challenges

Our Process Safety Management (PSM) audits and assessments range from single units to multiple sites depending on your specific need. All our assessments incorporate basic practice area maturity scales and are coupled with KPI evaluation, key data, and documentation sampling to help you understand potential performance improvement opportunities for your facility. By delivering an assessment that identifies performance gaps and prescribes a practical plan to address your programmatic challenges, we will help you recognize the value and financial benefit your facility will gain from incorporating performance improvement initiatives.

Areas of opportunity that we identify can be customized as needed to align with your facility's internal best practices. Example items we address related to Process Safety Management Mechanical Integrity programs include:

Compliance with PSM standards

Work Processes and Procedures

Key Performance Indicators

Equipment Document Management

Data Management

Piping Management

Asset Strategies

Inspection Execution

Management of Change and Integrity Operating Windows

Turnaround Planning

Contact Us to Assess Your PSM MI Program