Webinar on Industrial Equipment Damage Assessment
About this Session
Fires and explosions in energy and process facilities can be devastating events that cause significant property damage and business interruption. When root cause investigations are concluded and the focus turns to restoring the plant to operations, the next steps can have a significant impact on the financial loss incurred.
In this session, we will discuss some of the methods available to assess industrial equipment damaged by fire or explosion, how to quantify the loss and the options to mitigate losses through repair, reinstatement or replacement. The session will be interactive with examples and case studies. We encourage questions and queries as they help everyone’s learning and understanding
1) Understand the methods available to systematically assess equipment damage against international standards.
2) Understand the principles behind widely used cost estimating techniques.
3) Understand ways to mitigate property damage and business interruption losses.
Eur Ing Guillermo Lopez, CEng, MIMechE
Mr. Lopez is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with over 15 years’ experience in Energy projects and worldwide operations. He specialises in machinery and mechanical equipment used in power generation and process industries.
His areas of expertise include equipment such as gas turbines, compressors and wind turbine generators. He has experience in the specification of specialist process equipment for concept studies and large-scale projects. He has investigated incidents resulting from failures in mechanical systems, including losses involving industrial equipment and heavy machinery. He has a particular interest in evaluating damaged equipment and developing solutions to mitigate economic losses.
Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. is a worldwide provider of forensic consulting services to insurance companies, law firms, corporations and government agencies.
Rimkus assists clients in the responsive and timely resolution of claims and disputes. The company's team of professional engineers, scientists, and technical specialists is recognised for its commitment to service excellence by local, national and international business communities.
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