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Course on ISO 14224 Collection and exchange of reliability and maintenance data for equipment

In March 2019 a two days course on this standard will be arranged in both Stavanger and Aberdeen hosted by the working group ISO/TC 67/WG 4 Reliability engineering & technology. Advanced registration is required by Thursday 22 January 2019.

This course provides information of the many business application areas of the standard and the business benefits for HSE and cost-efficiency, and associated principles & methods for reliability and maintenance (RM) data analytics. It will address safety and production critical equipment (downhole, subsea, offshore and onshore) in the petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries.

Time and, location

Where:

Stavanger, Norway

Aberdeen, Scotland

Time:

Two days, Monday to Tuesday, 25-26 March 2019

Two days, Wednesday to Thursday 27–28 March 2019

Location:

University of Stavanger
Måltidets hus (Ipark)
Richard Johnsens gt. 4
Stavanger, Norway

Woodbank House
North Deeside Road
Aberdeen, Scotland

Course fee (per person):

NOK 7500

GBP 550

Contact:

Course leader, Jon Selvik, jon.t.selvik@uis.no

UK expert member of ISO 14224:2016 project group, Pol Stewart, pol.stewart@enkelt.co.uk (for administrative questions regarding the course)

Registration:

Stavanger

Aberdeen

Registration and deadline

Advance registration is required by Tuesday 22 January 2019. Confirmation of course will be sent to the participants within Monday 4 February 2019.

Lecturers

  • Jon Selvik, Universtity of Stavanger, technical editor for ISO 14224:2016
  • Stefan Isaksen, Safetec, Norwegian expert member of ISO 14224:2016 project group
  • Tony Ciliberti, Reliability Dynamics LLC, US expert member of ISO 14224:2016 project group
  • Runar Østebø, Equinor, ISO/TC 67/WG4 convenor, and project leader of ISO 14224:2016

Course description

Management of reliability and maintenance data is important for technology development & qualification, project development, and operation & maintenance planning and execution. Data usage domain encompasses production assurance and reliability management, maintenance optimization and technical safety (e.g. SIL). The course gives the participants an introduction to how such data can be achieved and applied in a quality manner in the context of data analytics, digitalization, integrity management, decision support, HSEQ management, etc. The different parts of ISO 14224 will be informed about in the course in relation to the above-mentioned topics. Interfaces with other ISO documents (ISO 20815, ISO/TR 12489, ISO 15663 and ISO 19008) will also be addressed.

Target groups

  • Operators
  • Contractors
  • Manufacturers/suppliers
  • Consultants
  • Authorities

Time schedule

Day 1 
0900-0915 Welcome & course objectives
0915-0945 Overview of ISO/TC67/WG4 activities
1000-1045

General introduction to ISO 14224
- scope
- equipment coverage
- users
- benefits of data

1100-1200 Key terms and definitions
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1400 Reliability and maintenance data & quality
1400-1600

Boundary, taxonomy and data description and application
- Equipment taxonomy classification
Equipment failure reporting interfaces to
    
a) Production loss
    
b) Time loss during operation/intervention
    
c) HSE-related events

1600-1700 Application for CMMIS (e.g. SAP) for failure and maintenance recording
1700 End of day 1
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1900 Stavanger: Course dinner (networking event for course participants, in the city centre of Stavanger)

Aberdeen: No dinner/social event
Day 2 
0900-0930 Human factor aspects
0930-1100 Basic reliability concepts and KPIs
1100-1200  Calculation of reliability and maintenance parameters
1200-1300  Lunch
1300-1400 Safety systems and failure data use with relations to ISO/TR 12489
1400-1500

Case examples from the industry
Technology development
Field development
Operations
Use of technology for efficient and continuous equipment RM data collection

1500-1545 Discussions
1545-1600 Course evaluation
1600 End of day 2

Last updated: 2018-11-16