Risk Based Inspections
The goal of RBI is to optimize inspection-related activities for equipment using updated technologies, sound inspection strategies and RBI software capabilities.
We’ll help you optimize inspection planning and implementation from start to finish.
RBI Inspection Planning
Focus your inspection spending on what’s critical, eliminate what’s unnecessary.
Methodical Decision Making
Use technology to strategize based on probability, risk, and consequences.
RBI Inspection Company
Strategic Inspections Through RBI
RBI means risk based inspection, the implementation of a process that allows you to prioritize the inspection of piping, pressure vessels, and other equipment proactively to reduce both risk and expense.
This process then enables facilities to achieve optimized maintenance scheduling, prioritization of equipment inspections, focused inspection dollars on the most critical areas, extended inspection intervals of low-risk equipment, and to facilitate run/repair/replace decisions.
Our technology allows clients to reduce both the number of inspections and shutdowns they experience during a given time frame without risking safety or accelerating equipment degradation. They safeguard integrity, increase equipment availability, and obtain the ability to continually adapt as needed to mitigate risk.
RBI Inspection Services
- Start to Finish RBI Implementation
- RBI Inspection Planning
- RBI Inspection Execution
- Software Consultation
- Data Management and Uploads
- Real Time Risk Analysis During Turnarounds
We’re committed to providing unmatched RBI implementation service with our specialized equipment, technology, experience and personnel. If you don’t your question answered here, feel free to get in touch.
What are the benefits of RBI?
Time-based inspections may keep equipment in working condition, but they sometimes use more resources than necessary. RBI allows plants and facilities to adhere to compliance codes and increase safety while prioritizing inspections for higher risk equipment and spending less time and capital inspecting low-risk equipment.
That means optimized costs for inspections, less downtime, and better allocation of resources.
Why do organizations choose RBI implementation?
- There’s been an incident at their facility and they want to make sure it never happens again
- They need to optimize their inspection & prioritize their spending
- RBI accomplishes that goal
Unplanned shutdowns are negatively affecting productivity
We help optimize inspection intervals and accomplish their objectives.
How do you choose the best professional for RBI implementation?
A true RBI expert is a problem-solver who understands your organization’s processes, has the necessary inspection technology and certifications, is a strong communicator who can deliver actionable results to stakeholders and team members and will collaborate with your personnel to implement changes.
Why InServe for RBI?
We’ve become a top choice for RBI because of our core values.
Integrity – We do what we say we will do, every single time. Our word matters and integrity is everything to us.
Quality – We hold ourselves to the highest accountability standards and constantly strive to deliver the most possible value on every project.
Safety – We’re constantly aware that while what we do is highly detailed and technical, lives and livelihoods hang in the balance. Safety is of utmost importance.
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