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Corrosion Management Overview-4.30

DOI: 10.1016/b978-044452787-5.00127-x
  • Corrosion Management
  • Corrosion Risk-Based Assessments
  • Corrosion Strategies
  • Performance Indicators
  • Ecology
  • Geography


Corrosion management is an interactive process to ensure that the mitigation of corrosion risk is applied cost effectively, commensurate with safety, heath, and environmental requirements. Successful management processes require: (1) suitable tools (risk-based assessments, mitigation/corrosion control/inspection/monitoring, and data collection/interpretation), (2) teams (stakeholders), and (3) well defined systems (organizational structures/reporting routes/data control/protocols/procedures). Senior management should establish corrosion policies as clear statements that identify strategies and organizational aims and provide motivation for the personnel. Policy implementation and maintenance involve the development of key performance indicators to demonstrate responsibility and accountability, ensuring compliance and controlling costs.

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