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KP4: Ageing and Life Extension - Inspection Template - Structural Integrity

INSTALLATION or
DUTYHOLDER

Key Persons interviewed

DATES(S)

Company

Summary of Inspection Traffic Lights

IMT and INSPECTOR(S)

Position

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Section A: Ageing and Life Extension(Degradation &


Deterioration) (ALE) - Policy
Section B: ALE - Organising
Section C: ALE - Planning and Implementing
Section D: ALE - Measuring Performance
Section E: ALE - Auditing and Reviewing Performance
Summary of Inspection Findings:

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HSE Action taken:

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Section A: Ageing & Life Extension Policy and Leadership
Principal Questions:
1. Describe the policies that senior management have put in place for integrity
management of safety critical elements and in particular ageing and life extension
(ALE) issues.
2. To what extent are senior managers aware of the performance of the systems
designed to maintain the integrity of safety-critical assets, and what is their
commitment to ensuring that such assets remain fit for service at all times?
Benchmarks sought in replies:
Explicit recognition of the significance of ageing issues
Understanding of the challenges to ALE
ALE policy owned by senior management
Senior management has responsibility for implementing ALE policy
Senior management support for equipment / system replacement
Asset Integrity Management (AIM) addresses ALE
Fitness for purpose demonstrations are described
References to codes, standards & guidance, for example:
OSD Info sheet 4/2009;
Plant Ageing HSE RR 509;
Energy Institute Framework for monitoring the management of ageing effects
on safety critical elements
Supplementary Questions:
The duty holder shall demonstrate:

that a structural integrity management (SIM) policy that recognises ageing and life
extension exists.
a general understanding of ageing & life-extension issue.

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Section A: Ageing & Life Extension Policy and Leadership
Onshore Management:

Offshore Operations:

HSE Comments:

HSE Action taken:

Traffic Light Score


SERIOUS
NON-COMPLIANCE

SIGNIFICANT NONCOMPLIANCE

GENERAL
NON-COMPLIANCE

PARTIAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

Court proceedings
recommended
6

Enforcement Notice
Served

Letter & changes


made to intervention
4

Letter

Verbal advice

No findings

August 2011 R1.0

NOT
INSPECTED

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Section B: Ageing & Life Organisation
Principal Questions:
1. What management processes are in place to ensure delivery of the ALE policy?
2. How does the leadership team know that the people involved are competent to
perform the duties that the leadership team expect them to perform?
Benchmarks sought in replies:

Roles and responsibilities are defined


Defined responsibility for condition assessments & life extension studies
Management & development of personnel competency
Management of contractor and 3rd party competency
Retention of corporate knowledge
Documentation management (asset registers / drawings)
Management of change

Supplementary Information:
The duty holder shall demonstrate that

an effective management structure is in place for delivering the SIM ageing & life-extension
(ALE) policy.
the need for structural integrity competency in ALE and asset integrity management (AIM) is
recognised and incorporated into the ALE policy

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Section B: Ageing & Life Organisation
Onshore Management:

Offshore Operations:

HSE Comments:

HSE Action taken:

Traffic Light Score


SERIOUS
NON-COMPLIANCE

SIGNIFICANT NONCOMPLIANCE

GENERAL
NON-COMPLIANCE

PARTIAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

Court proceedings
recommended
6

Enforcement Notice
Served

Letter & changes


made to intervention
4

Letter

Verbal advice

No findings

August 2011 R1.0

NOT
INSPECTED

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Section C: Ageing & Life Extension Planning and Implementation
Principal Questions:
1. Describe the methods used to identify ageing of safety critical elements.
2. Explain how the integrity management system ensures that the risks associated with
ageing issues are controlled effectively.
Benchmarks sought in replies:

Explanation of how equipment subject to ageing is selected and identified;


Evaluation of wear, deterioration and damage in service;
Review for operation outside of design limits, and for changed design standards;
Obsolescence identified and managed;
Plans for replacement and provision of spares;
Planned and targeted inspection and maintenance;
Life extension studies and fitness for purpose demonstrations;
Remedial actions.

Supplementary Information:
The duty holder shall demonstrate that:

the SIM system is fit-for-purpose.


an effective inspection and maintenance plan is in place.
structure that is difficult to inspect or maintain has been identified.
fitness-for-purpose evaluations are sufficiently detailed and have included all the relevant
ageing / life extension factors that may affect structural performance.
an adequate process for the review of findings and the implementation of remedial
measures and continual improvement to the integrity management system is in place.

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Section C: Ageing & Life Extension Planning and Implementation


Onshore Management:

Offshore Operations:

HSE Comments:

HSE Action taken:

Traffic Light Score


SERIOUS
NON-COMPLIANCE

SIGNIFICANT NONCOMPLIANCE

GENERAL
NON-COMPLIANCE

PARTIAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

Court proceedings
recommended
6

Enforcement Notice
Served

Letter & changes


made to intervention
4

Letter

Verbal advice

No findings

August 2011 R1.0

NOT
INSPECTED

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Section D: Ageing & Life Extension Measuring Performance
Principal Questions:
1. How are the risks arising from ageing and life extension being effectively
controlled?
2. Describe the performance indicators used to demonstrate the current condition of
the installation structure.
Benchmarks sought in replies:

Leading and lagging KPIs to monitor impact of ageing and life extension are
defined;
Management reviews KPIs and acts;
Contractor and 3rd party maintenance findings reviewed;
Procedures in place to detect ageing;
Ageing processes monitored;
Failure trends identified.

Structural Integrity Supplementary Information:


The duty holder shall demonstrate

an adequate understanding and knowledge of the current structural integrity status of the
installation.
an adequate system by which performance is measured.
that a process is in place to monitor deterioration of structure due to ageing.

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Section D: Ageing & Life Extension Measuring Performance
Onshore Management:

Offshore Operations:

HSE Comments:

HSE Action taken:

Traffic Light Score


SERIOUS
NON-COMPLIANCE

SIGNIFICANT NONCOMPLIANCE

GENERAL
NON-COMPLIANCE

PARTIAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

Court proceedings
recommended
6

Enforcement Notice
Served

Letter & changes


made to intervention
4

Letter

Verbal advice

No findings

August 2011 R1.0

NOT
INSPECTED

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Section E: Ageing & Life Extension Auditing and Reviewing
Performance
Principal Questions:
1. How does the duty holder review the effectiveness of the inspection, maintenance
and repair activities?
2. Describe the processes in place to audit the ageing and life extension aspects of the
integrity management system.
3. Describe how the verification system is used to address deterioration associated
with ageing and life extension issues.
Benchmarks sought in replies:

Formal audit programme which addresses ageing and life extension management
processes;
Management improvements identified;
Safety critical element verification process addresses ageing and life extension
issues.

Supplementary Information:
The duty holder shall demonstrate that
a process is in place to review findings and to implement continuous improvement with
respect to structural ageing, life extension and structural integrity management (SIM).
Produce a 'statement of integrity' as produced by the technical authorities for senior
management.
demonstrate that the audit and verification processes address adequately the potential loss
of structural integrity arising from deterioration associated with ALE.

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Section E: Ageing & Life Extension Auditing and Reviewing
Performance
Onshore Management:

Offshore Operations:

HSE Comments:

HSE Action taken:

Traffic Light Score


SERIOUS
NON-COMPLIANCE

SIGNIFICANT NONCOMPLIANCE

GENERAL
NON-COMPLIANCE

PARTIAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

GENERAL
COMPLIANCE

Court proceedings
recommended
6

Enforcement Notice
Served

Letter & changes


made to intervention
4

Letter

Verbal advice

No findings

August 2011 R1.0

NOT
INSPECTED

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