Pipeline Integrity Management Under Geohazard Conditions (PIMG)
Chapter 39 ASSESSMENT OF PIPELINES IN MOVING SLOPES: A RISK-INFORMED DECISION MAKING APPROACH
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Integrated Risk Informed Decision Making (IRIDM) is a concept that can be used for typically unique high impact complex situations. There are four pillars of the effective decision making: the definition of the decision, the role of stakeholders involved in this process, the assessment methodology, and the timeline to complete the projects. There are five main roles defined within IRIDM: Recommend, Agree, Perform, Input, and Decide (RAPID). Slope remediation projects fall into non-programmed decision making to ensure the safety of pipeline and environment and optimizing the cost expenditure. To effectively initiate and plan the remediation, Input roles are required...