The right risk based inspection team could be the difference a good/exemplary HSE score and intervention
If implemented correctly, risk based inspection (RBI) can often achieve greater safety standards than fixed internal inspections, as well as saving considerable amounts through reduced shutdown periods and rectification of operational inefficiencies.
It is often the go-to approach when a company is faced with HSE enforcement. Yet to successfully achieve these goals, it is essential that you have the right team members and skills in place.
One petrochemical company we worked with to implement RBI achieved costs savings of 10 million euros over a 15 year period.
With our guide you’ll discover:
- The importance of selecting a multi-disciplinary team that draws on both internal and external strengths and expertise
- The essential internal and external team members you require for RBI
- What skills, experience and qualifications each team member should have
- A case study on how a major chemical company implemented RBI successfully, improving safety and saving EUR 10 million in the process.
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