SGS Plans Inspection Lecture For ASME Show

SGS will exhibit at the ASME Plant Engineering, Inspection and Maintenance Trade Show, which will take place at the Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, Texas, on 22 April 2010. SGS's Dr Paul F Schubert, an expert in asset integrity management (AIM), will give a speech titled 'Critical Role of Inspection in Capital Projects'. SGS will also present its portfolio of services for the oil, gas and petrochemical industry, including its AIM services.

Organised by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the one-day event will present an opportunity for those in the petrochemical industry to exchange new information on issues relating to all aspects of engineering, inspection and maintenance of refinery/petrochemical fixed and rotating equipment. Dr Schubert's presentation will focus on the justification for involvement in capital projects, including regulatory mandates, effective roles for maintenance and inspection departments in capital projects, justification for performing vendor assessment in capital projects and technical advantages from performing pre-service baseline inspections.

SGS provides services including design verification, project management, product certification, quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC), to ensure that installations, material, equipment, facilities and projects meet all quality and performance requirements, whether they are regulatory, voluntary or customer based. With asset integrity management (AIM), SGS AIM experts provide customised solutions at any level of the development and implementation process, from turn-key programme development and implementation to simple gap-filling services.

SGS provides a wide portfolio of services for asset integrity management (AIM), such as fitness for service assessment, risk-based inspection, pipeline integrity management, non destructive testing (NDT), tablet computer solutions and mechanical integrity management.


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