Five Things to Ensure Compliance and Efficiency with Your Mechanical Integrity Program

Originally delivered Mar 7, 2018
Source: Sponsored
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Is your mechanical integrity program up to date, compliant and efficient? Take this ioMosaic-sponsored webinar to find out.

In this 60-minute sponsored webinar, explore mechanical integrity and how a programmed implementation of activities can ensure that critical equipment will be suitable throughout the life of the process. Learn the key components of a good mechanical integrity program and how to select critical equipment and instruments. Examine the OSHA PSM Mechanical Integrity requirements and learn the most important implementation and management tools.  Plus, take a look at electronic mechanical integrity tools and how they can support more efficient program management.  

Take a look at your agenda:

  • Requirements of the OSHA PSM Mechanical Integrity
  • Equipment and instruments that fall under mechanical integrity 
  • Basis of critical equipment selection
  • Most important mechanical integrity implementation tips
  • Mechanical integrity electronic tools  


Elena Prats

Ms. Prats is a Partner at ioMosaic where she is responsible for leading and supporting the firm’s Process Safety Management consulting group. As the group leader, she has helped many companies with PSM implementation for PSM and non-PSM covered processes. Her extensive experience includes leading and facilitating audits, process hazard analyses (PHA), facility siting studies, and quantitative risk analyses (QRA) for reactive and non-reactive chemical, petroleum and pharmaceutical facilities. She is also experienced with pressure relief and flare system design and evaluation for reactive...Read more



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