Process Pipping Inspection Masterclass

Workshop Overview

In this three day hands on interactive workshop, delegates will work through the disciplines engineering, fabrication and inspection technics. The course addresses rules of good practice in layout of piping systems for reliable operation.

This course is suitable for persons who will upgrade their knowledge as welding inspector and for technical people who are employed within manufacturing construction or maintenance fields as part of quality assurance systems, or by contractor’s procurement departments where welding inspection is required.

Key benefits of attending this workshop

After the workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Gain a practical knowledge of:
  1. Pipe and fitting materials specifications
  2. Manufacturing
  3. Fabrication process and their influence
  4. Mechanical properties of strength and toughness
  5. Material selection and failure analysis
  • Understand the technical background to the design equations, and their application to the design of piping systems and pipelines
  • Gain a practical understanding of piping and pipeline mode of failure, corrosion mechanisms, how to recognize them, classify them and resolve them
  • Introduced to the NDE techniques and research in piping and pipeline integrity to analyse a degraded condition due to either corrosion or mechanical damage
  • Understand Welding Procedure Specifications against a
  • Procedure Qualifications Record
  • Prepare and/or approve a Test and Inspection plan according code requirements
  • Identify carious weld imperfections (defects)
  • Understand:
  1. The relevant welding technology related to visual inspection
  2. The need for documentation in welding
  3. Be aware of codes and standards to inspection requirements
  4. Carry out inspection of parent materials and consumables

Who Should Attend?

This course is applicable to all personnel working in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry, and who involved in the design, procurement, engineering construction, operation, maintenance and inspection of in-service piping systems and related facilities. They include:

  • Engineers
  • Supervisors
  • Inspectors
  • Maintenance Officers
  • Managers
  • All interacting personnel with inspectors

From cross industries especially:

  • Oil & Gas
  • Manufacturing
  • Petrochemical
  • Power Generation and Power Stations
  • Offshore Fabrication
  • Railways
  • Service and Maintenance
  • Metal Fabrication