Risk Based Inspection
Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) methodology helps companies to clearly identify, assess, map and mitigate any risks which can compromise equipment integrity.
The methodology focuses on addressing risks that can be controlled through proper inspections and analysis. During an implementation, engineers design inspection strategies (what, when, how to inspect) that most efficiently match forecasted or observed degradation mechanisms.
By partnering with us, we will deliver real value for your company by protecting your brand and reputation and by ensuring the safe and efficient operation of your products, equipment and plant assets. We help you save time and money by avoiding the costs and loss of revenue due to product, equipment and asset defects or failure, all done with the minimum of disruption to your production processes and schedules. We are using Medium Software for the risk based inspection services.
Meridium has closed a gap in the Mechanical Integrity space by providing the first RBI-approach-agnostic, fully integrated enterprise asset management solution in the industry.useful for avoiding or minimizing unplanned shutdowns for oil and chemical plants.
Our risk based inspection services include:
- Assessment of process operations that will impact your production, operation, material integrity and degradation rates
- Determination of the remaining lifetime of your assets
- Gap analysis
- Identification of operational risks, using recognized industry standards
- Identification of the appropriate inspection intervals
- Review of technical specifications and construction materials
- Specification of risk ranking level and determination of the respective risk acceptance level
- Specification of the necessary inspection and maintenance tasks
Wide Experience with huge projects
Based on the wide experience of its full time staff and Consultants and supported by its well-equipped office, SMCTE can provide all the required Engienering Services such as:
- Design Consultancy
- Computer Assisted Draftng and Design
- Construction Management
- Feasibility studies and
- Equipment Rental
Our Safety Policy
Four strong written Accident Prevention Program and management leadership do make a difference!.Our safety efforts are based on our belief that every working person is entitled to a safe and healthful place to work. The responsibility for the health and safety of our employees goes far beyond simple compliance with the federal and state regulatory requirements.
We recognize that the protection of our employees, property, the public and the environment are essential to the efficient and successful completion of every construction project we undertake.
In conductinbg its activities of construction at the highest level of quality ,considers the issue of unexceptional protection of occupational health and safety of its employers and continous imrovement of the working environment as one of its main targets.In this context we commit ourselves to provide and maintain the following conditions.
We recognize that the full involvement of all employees is needed to achieve our goals of providing highest quality & reliable service to all clients.
The Management of Eastern Support Contracting has ultimate responsibility for establishing and maintaining quality and providing the necessary resources for their realization. Specific standards and specifications for clients are implemented through the individual Project Managers and all Senior Managers.
Quality Control and Quality Assurance Engineers are assigned to each location.
The Engineers work in conjunction with the Project Managers to ensure that the required standards and specifications are met. QA/AC Engineers report directly to the Projects Manager. Daily briefings are given to the supervisors to reinforce quality standards and objectives. All employees are encouraged to report back on quality problems to insure that they are recorded and rectified. Internal Non-Conformance Reports provide a common means of identifying quality concerns and methods of rectification. Supervisors are responsible for initiating corrective action if faults or quality problems are identified. The aim is always to eliminate the rejection of work and re-work.