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Assessing mechanical components and systems to provide sound engineering recommendations

RINA have the capacity to assess components and systems of varying design requirements, geometries, and materials. We strive to provide sound engineering recommendations to assist in decision making prior to, during, and after component use.

Onsite metallurgical and condition assessments

During shutdowns, time pressures can be tight, so you need to get inspection activities and assessments done right the first time. Our experienced technicians and metallurgists work with you to achieve high quality results, delivered when you need them.

Our technicians have experience replicating the wide range of materials found on power generation, petrochemical and refinery sites and have inspected and assessed a wide range of components such as high-energy pipework, headers, boiler tubes, pressure vessels, furnaces, steam reformer outlet systems as well as turbine rotors and casings.

Fitness For Service

FFS (Fitness For Service) procedures are complex, require state-of-the-art analytical, metallurgical, mechanical tests and involve multidisciplinary engineering analyses.

Test results can be used for the theoretical calculation of components’ fitness for certain design specifications. Often, the irreversible damage to equipment also calls for an alteration of the original design and production specifications, for example a lower production rate or reduced stress conditions, as per the feasibility of running the equipment.

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HAZMAT Expert Certificate / Certification is issued upon successful completion of the final exam.

- The EU SRR and the EU relevant legislation, the basic principles of the IMO KC

- EMSA’s best practice guidance on the development and maintenance of the IHM

- Inventory of Hazardous Materials preparation for new and existing ships

- The steps of development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials

- Properties of the hazardous materials

- How to prepare a Vessel Sampling Checking Plan (VSCP)

- Sampling methodologies

- Hazardous materials virtual survey onboard. Checking/sampling onboard ships

- Health and Safety. Precautionary measures and use of personal protective equipment.

- Calculation of the hazardous materials amounts based on the analysed results

- Hazardous materials survey reports.

- Preparation of a successful IHM submission.

Duration: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm CET, each day (overall 12 hours)

Price: EUR 850 (plus VAT) per attendee

Professionals, engineers, managers and executives who are (or going to be) engaged in the compliance activities with the EU SRR regulation.

- The EU SRR and the EU relevant legislation, the basic principles of the IMO KC

- EMSA’s best practice guidance on the development and maintenance of the IHM

- Inventory of Hazardous Materials preparation for new and existing ships

- The steps of development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials

- Properties of the hazardous materials

- How to prepare a Vessel Sampling Checking Plan (VSCP)

- Sampling methodologies

- Hazardous materials virtual survey onboard. Checking/sampling onboard ships

- Health and Safety. Precautionary measures and use of personal protective equipment.

- Calculation of the hazardous materials amounts based on the analysed results

- Hazardous materials survey reports.

- Preparation of a successful IHM submission.

HAZMAT Expert Certificate / Certification is issued upon successful completion of the final exam.

RINA Tech UK Ltd Training

1 Springfield Drive
Leatherhead
United Kingdom

+44 1372 367350