Optimized integrity management begins with a strong and compliant quality management system. Quality assurance of that system is key to verifying compliance to, and the potential absence of, important procedures and the subsequent activities that optimize performance and mitigate risk.
When it comes to inspection data acquisition, there are many factors to consider such as vendor selection, inspection methodology, reporting format, resource logistics and communication, data storage and analysis and corrective action planning. In order to maximize value it makes sense to implement a fleet wide program to effectively gather useful information. The result is yearly reduction of inspection costs through efficiency and value add from useful information.
Blackfin's leadership has decades of experience in integrity management and continues to help asset owners reduce cost and gain value from their inspection program.