Process Safety Management & Mechanical Integrity Inspection
Lehigh Testing Laboratories can help you design and/or perform inspections as part of your mechanical integrity/quality assurance program in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.119 (Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals), which is administered by OSHA. Lehigh Testing Laboratories' inspectors are versed in current state and federal jurisdictional requirements as well as the latest editions of accepted industry standards. These include, but are not limited to the American Petroleum Institute (API), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC).
Do You Comply?
29 CFR 1910.119 mandates that manufacturers and/or processors using any one of almost 150 chemicals, flammable liquids, or gasses in their process must ensure the safety of their employees against the consequences of a catastrophic release of toxins. Companies are therefore responsible for maintaining a written mechanical integrity plan of action, which includes a process hazard analysis, equipment history with original manufacturers' data, and complete inspection records of all the systems containing these materials.
Here's How We Can Help!
Lehigh Testing Laboratories helps you establish a baseline on the applicable systems, shows you how to have current and relevant safety inspection data available, and helps you schedule periodic updates to your systems and information. Our qualified personnel include the following:
| API 510-, 653-, & 570-Certified inspectors
ASNT-TC Certified Examiners
PADEP Certified Inspectors
| AWS/CWI Certified Inspectors
Materials Engineers & Metallurgists
Our consulting services for process safety and mechanical integrity include the following:
| Action Plans
| Manuals, Procedures, & Training
| Professional Services Recommendations