iRiSintegrated
RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
for Industrial plants

…integrates all relevant aspects of risks in petrochemical plants:

• RBI (Risk-based Inspection)
• RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance)
• RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis)
• HSE/HSSE (Health, Safety, Environment / Security)

  

 

LEGEND (for answer categories) :

 (green) 
yes, confirmed 
 (yellow) 
no, not available 
 (blue) 
to be further explained to or discussed with the client
 please click the symbol of "paper clip" for detail explanations in the file attached

 

 
  GENERAL QUESTIONS
 

The RBI-iRiS is always cloud-based (i.e. internet/intranet-based). Technically, it is also possible to have it installed on one local machine, but R-tech has never had such a request so far.

The main server/cloud can be:

a.      Client’s server/cloud (one or more!)

b.     Steinbeis R-Tech server in Germany or in client’s country

c. Third party server, e.g. Amazon in the country of choice

That means, R-Tech meet any requirement related to possible installation of the system. The advantages of each of the particular solutions can be discussed with the client and the final solution specified acc. to the very needs of the client. The same applies to the use and users of the software, as well as for interaction among sites/plants. Our solution controls:

1.     Data sharing

2.     Users’ rights

3. Communication between the servers.

It should be noted, that one the most often configurations are these specified in cooperation with the client (e.g. full cloud solution with off-site database, local installation at client premises with remote access for maintenance, etc.

Please find attached of Steinbeis R-Tech software development road-map.

The specific technical solution development road-map can be modified and developed in cooperation with the client, taking into account his exact requirements through communication (online and offline)

An example of Maintain Design Conditions:

The section of "Design Information" is shown bellow, with the descriptions of all the data with should be entered.

Design Temperature [°C]

The design temperature of the equipment item should be recorded. Equipment designed for low temperature service may have a Minimum Design Metal Temperature and a maximum design temperature. 

Design Pressure [bar]

The design pressure of the equipment item should be recorded. If modifications to the equipment since its original fabrication have changed the design pressure, the current value should be indicated.

An example of Operation Conditions:

The section of "Operation Information" is shown bellow, with the descriptions of all the data with should be entered:

Operating Temperature [°C]

  • The normal operating temperature is used in consequence calculation and can be an important variable in several damage mechanisms. When a range of operating temperatures is employed as the result of a plant producing a variety of product grades, record of the most severe temperature is normally specified (highest for high temperature operations, lowest for low temperature processes).

  • Temperature extremes under upset conditions can have a profound effect on rate of damage for several damage mechanisms.

  • The highest and lowest temperature that could occur should be recorded.

  • For equipment which generates a large temperature change (heat exchangers, furnaces, etc.), the best practice is to input average temperature across equipment

Operating Pressure [bar]

  • The normal operating pressure entry is used in various consequence calculations and in determination of the the safety factor.

  • When a range of operating temperatures is employed as the result of a plant producing a variety of product grades,  record of the highest pressure should be recorded. Pressure extremes under upset conditions should be recorded if they are significantly different from normal operating pressure.

Our system has full capacity to set up custom KPIs in form of Normalized Score as image below