Mechanical Integrity (MI)
Mechanical Integrity (MI) can be defined as the management of critical process equipment to ensure it is designed and installed correctly, and that it operates and is maintained properly (i.e. no leaks and all elements are fit for service).
A mechanical integrity program should take into account the inspection and testing of the equipment using procedures that are recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices and should also consider the suitability of newly-fabricated equipment for usage. Written procedures should be established and implemented, and employees tasked with maintaining the ongoing integrity of process equipment should be adequately trained.
Our vision is to be a world-class Company renown for Quality of products, Safety and reliability of Services.
Our mission is to eliminate work repetition by “doing it right the first time” and thus operate in a manner that is most competitive in the industry.
To accomplish our mission, all CIS employees shall be well trained to work as a team and maintain CIS corporate ideas.