Managing Ageing Assets – Creeping Changes, Data Trending and Experience from Incidents
Managing ageing assets is becoming an
ever more important issue as the UK 's industrial base ages; this
has been highlighted by HSE's inspection programmes of ageing plant
both onshore and offshore.
This course addresses managing ageing
assets in the high hazard industries, and any other industry that
relies on equipment or technology.
The course will focus on three broad
areas related to managing ageing plant: identification of creeping
changes; trending of data.
This training will cover how to
identify creeping changes using a HAZID methodology that has been
developed by HSE and published as guidance by the Energy
The course will cover
- What are creeping changes?
- SD's Creeping Change HAZID (CCHAZID) methodology
- Issues identified with poor management of data and the
advantages of data trending
- Problems associated with obsolescence
Who should attend?
Safety professionals, engineers and managers who are responsible
for managing ageing assets, or who have ageing assets on their
Live Online Course Information
All you'll need is an internet-connected computer, laptop or
tablet plus webcam and microphone. We do not recommend using a
smartphone. Before you book, you can check that you meet the
Zoom System Requirements and run a diagnostic test to ensure the
software is compatible with your firewall settings - if it doesn't
work, try adjusting your settings or contact your IT department
about permitting the website.
Printed course material will be delivered direct to your door
and even include a little treat for you to enjoy on your coffee
If you would like training delivered specifically for your
organisation we can use other platforms such as MSTeams, so please
get in touch to discuss your requirements.
The cost of this course is £650 per
person (includes course notes and certificate of
Please note that all courses must be paid for via credit
card at the time of booking.
For further dates and additional information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
contact the Training and Events Team at HSE directly on +44 (0)203
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