IBAKH (International Engineering Bureau)

 

CORROSION MONITORING-INSPECTION, HSE ENGINEERING-POLICY

 

I. CORROSION MONITORING AND INSPECTION:

Corrosion monitoring is the practice of acquiring information on the progress of corrosion-induced damage to a material or on the corrosivity of the environment surrounding the material. Corrosion monitoring also provides performance data and a basis for life prediction; it is one of the most important components in corrosion prevention and corrosion control.

Corrosion monitoring employs a variety of techniques to determine how corrosive the environment is and at what rate metal loss is being experienced. Corrosion monitoring techniques can help in several ways:

  1.  Providing an early warning that damaging process conditions exist
  2.  Diagnosing a particular corrosion problem and identifying its cause
  3.   Evaluating the effectiveness of a corrosion control/prevention technique
  4.   Determining optimal application of corrosion control/prevention techniques
  5.   Providing management information relating to the maintenance requirements   and ongoing condition of plant.
     

A large number of corrosion monitoring techniques exist. The following list details the most common techniques which are used in industrial applications:

  • Corrosion Coupons (weight loss measurements)

  • Electrical Resistance (ER)

  • Linear Polarization Resistance (LPR)

  • Galvanic (ZRA) / Potential

  • Hydrogen Penetration

  • Microbial

Corrosion Monitoring Application

Corrosion monitoring is usually applied where:

  • High pressure, high temperature, flammable, explosive, toxic processes exists;
  • There is the probability of high corrosivity in equipments;
  • corrosion rate may have changed due to Changes in operating conditions;
  • Corrosion inhibitors are in use;
  • There is high concentration of corrosive constituents in process;
  • Process feedstock is changed;
  • Plant output or operating parameters are changed from design specifications;
  • Evaluation of corrosion behavior of alloys is necessary;
  • Induced potential shifts are used to protect systems and/or structures;
  • There is a vital concern about product contamination due to corrosion.  

Services Brief Description

  •  Corrosion inspection and monitoring

  • Performing Proper tests on equipments subjected to corrosion

  • System and corrosion data analysis

  •  Corrosion Risk Assessment and Management

  • Risk Mitigation

  •  Determining corrosion monitoring requirements by onsite and desktop studies

  •  Determining proper monitoring locations

  •  Developing engineering specifications for tender

  • Equipment selection & testing

  •  Technical expertise and support

  • Planning Inspection and Maintenance Program for potentially vulnerable items

 

II. HSE ENGINEERING SERVICES:

 

Our HSE Engineering services includes but not limited to the following items:

 1. HSE Management

2. Hazard Identification, Consequence Modeling and Risk Analysis

 

3. Safety and Firefighting systems selection and design

 

4. Environmental Study

 

5. Programming and Developing HSE Software

 

6. Training

 

1. HSE Management

IBAKH is your reliable partner to achieve developing HSE integrated approach in your company. We will provide you state of the art methods for improving all HSE aspects in your company’s scope of activity:

· Implementing HSE management systems (OHSAS 18001, HSE-MS, IMS)

· HSE performance auditing index

· Preparing HSE plan

· Emergency Response Planning

· Occupational health services

2. Hazard Identification, Consequence Modeling and Risk Analysis

IBAKH’s safety engineering experts have several industrial experiences in the below fields in the scope of oil, gas, chemical and petrochemical plants, both offshore and onshore.

· HAZID Study

· HAZOP Study

· FMEA Analysis

· Human Error Analysis and JSA

· SIL Study

· Consequence Modeling

· Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA)

IBAKH will use expert software in related fields such as PHA-Pro, FMEA-Pro, PHAST, PHAST Risk, etc.

3. Safety and Fire Fighting systems selection and design

IBAKH provides all safety and fire fighting related engineering documents in Basic, FEED and details phases of projects. It includes but not limited to the followings:

· Spacing and Layout

· Hazardous Area Classification

· Active/Passive Fire Fighting System

· F&G detection System

· Escape, Evacuation and Rescue

· HSE Concept and other HSE related philosophies

· Data sheets and material specifications

4. Environmental Study

· Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

· Waste Management Plan

· Remediation Plan

· Environmental Management system (ISO 14001)

· Energy Auditing

5. Programming and Developing HSE Software

We design, program and develop HSE related software according to the client requirement, our experiences and acceptable local/international standards and legislations. Also we will provide the services such as, installation, support, training and preparing data bases by gathering infield data.

6. Training

Implementing health, safety and environmental courses which employs professional instructors in various fields, both national and international. IBAKH is ready to bring professional technical workshops to your location.

 

III. IBAKH HSE POLICY:

IBAKH director undertakes to observe Health, Safety & Environmental aspects during projects execution.

In order to achieve this goal, IBAKH considers following principles:

1) Senior management is responsible for HSE implementation in company, while everyone act proactively about HSE.

2) Insure of awareness of our employees into HSE aspects by passing relevant training courses.

3) Following national applicable legislations of HSE in the field of oil, gas & petrochemical industries.

4) Periodical assessment of activities from HSE point of view

5) Continual improvement of our HSE regulations.