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“Asset Integrity Management Systems (AIMS) outline the ability of an asset to perform its required function effectively and efficiently whilst protecting health, safety and the environment and the means of ensuring that the people, systems, processes, and resources that deliver integrity are in place, in use and will perform when required over the whole lifecycle of the asset.
An Integrity Management System should address the quality at every stage of the asset life cycle, from the design of new facilities to maintenance management to decommissioning. Inspections, auditing/assurance and overall quality processes are just some of the tools designed to make an integrity management system effective.
The AIMS should also endeavour to maintain the asset in a fit-
Asset Integrity management improves plant reliability and safety whilst reducing unplanned maintenance and repair costs. But an asset integrity management system does not exist in isolation. To successfully implement an asset integrity management system in a dynamic operating environment, it is essential that all stakeholders have a consistent and a unified understanding of what the essentials of asset integrity are and how they can be applied in their day-
The AIM definition as from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asset_integrity_management_systems
“We can provide support with our specialist in all areas of of AIM’s, including process safety, mechanical integrity, maintenance, RBI and inspection.
Key focus areas include;
Maximizing the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability (RAM) of Assets.
Improving safety and reduce risk
Reduction in maintenance and inspection Cost
Improving personnel safety
IT software tools and integration
Achieving an ‘Integrity culture’ within your organisation.
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