Inspector, Pressure Equipment Integrity (PEI) - Norco, LA

Pressure Equipment Integrity (PEI) Inspectors are responsible for providing PEI assurance for an assigned operating unit. The Unit Inspector position is a challenging role that ensures all pressure equipment is designed, fabricated, operated, inspected, maintained, modified, and repaired in a manner that provides pressure integrity and cost effective reliability. Equipment within the Inspector's responsibility includes pressure vessels, heat exchangers, tanks, relief valves, and piping systems. The PEI Inspector ensures compliance with pressure equipment laws and regulations and applicable industry codes, standards, and recommended practices.
Work closely with the team to establish inspection schedules, identify corrosion threats, monitor equipment condition, analyze inspection data, and make recommendations to ensure safe operation of pressure equipment
Provide daily run and maintain pressure integrity support for assigned operating area
Provide integrity assurance with a full understanding of the corrosion and deterioration mechanisms in their unit area
Respond to leak events to understand cause and develop recommendations to prevent recurrence
Writes Corrective Action Inspection Requests (CAIR's) for Maintenance to carry out pressure equipment repairs and provide technical support and guidance as an active member of the operating area Production Team
Document inspections and associated repair work in the Integrity Management System (IMS)
Assure that inspection records are current, accurate, and comply with applicable regulations, codes, and department procedures
Have a good working knowledge of pressure integrity requirements and know when to seek specialist advice and assistance
Maintain API certifications for vessels, piping, and tank inspection
Prepare the PEI inspection plan and work scope for unit turnarounds
Participate in scope review meetings and work with Turnaround Planners to develop detailed work plans
Serves as the Inspection Coordinator during the actual turnaround execution

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