Asset Integrity Management System


Ageing assets increase the risk of injuries to personnel, environmental damage and production losses. PSG recognizes the need for a more proactive approach to Asset Integrity Management System(AIMS). AIMS is a total life-cycle process and it should be implemented during the conceptual development stage of any asset and continued until the asset is retired and decommissioned.
The AIMS task is immense and activities need to be performed as part of an integrated effort between departments, suppliers and contractors.  It is important to recognize that effective AIMS requires effort to be made in all facets, and inattention to any one can significantly reduce the overall effectiveness of the system.


PSG provides assistance in the identification and minimization of the identified risks to client’s assets throughout the life cycle of the product, facilities and assets during all stages.

The Life Cycle Process integration and interactions are thoroughly assessed by PSG Subject Matter Experts and considered at following stages of the asset :

  1. Concept Development
  2. Feasibility Assessment
  3. Front End Engineering
  4. Detailed Design
  5. Construction
  6. Operation
  7. Modification and
  8. Asset Retirement & Decommissioning

In addition to ensuring the integrity of the processes during above stages, PSG also suggests potential improvement suggestions for Reducing Downtime, Regulatory Compliance Conformance, Risk Based Inspection Plans, Criticality Based Design, Shop and Site Inspection recommendations, Independent Owner’s Inspections, Qualification of Welding Procedures, Welding Audits, Factory Acceptance Testing, Guaranteed Returns on your Investment, Services.

PSG’s unique Certification to your Fixed Offshore Assets can tremendously help you to minimize downtime, assure the integrity and avoid unforeseen losses due to structural failures.


Asset Integrity Management services ensure throughout the life-cycle that the facilities consistently perform as designed, safely without harming personnel lives and environment conditions, where these are installed and being operated. These services focus on several life cycle elements but following elements are considered most critical:

  1. HES Critical Equipment and Systems,
  2. Corrosion Control Management,
  3. Risk Based Inspection including baseline data,
  4. Requirements for Welding,
  5. Coating & Insulation,
  6. Structural,
  7. Pipelines
  8. Identification of Interface Management Focal Points,commencing from concept to commissioning and operations of an asset, and
  9. Records Management