Mechanical Integrity Consulting Services (MICS) is the mechanical integrity inspection and consulting division of DAI Environmental, Inc. MICS’ primary goal is to help our clients comply with OSHA’s Process Safety Management (29 CFR 1910.119) Mechanical Integrity directive and the USEPA SPCC/FRP (40 CFR 112) integrity testing requirements for aboveground containers. OSHA has mandated that all companies that handle chemicals identified as highly hazardous must comply with regulation 1910.119 (j) for the mechanical integrity of all plant equipment that prevents, controls or mitigates the release of such chemicals. USEPA requires integrity testing on aboveground storage tanks/containers that are used for the bulk storage of oil.

MICS offers a full range of mechanical integrity compliance services following American Petroleum Institute (API) and Steel Tank Institute (STI) standards. MICS provides everything from the initial program auditing, to performing required inspections on piping (API 570), aboveground storage tanks (API 653 AND STI SP-001), and pressure vessels (API 510) and provides the necessary documentation/reporting to demonstrate compliance. MICS has made our reputation by assisting clients in developing mechanical integrity programs to demonstrate full site-wide compliance of their facilities. Our staff are API certified and have worked in many industry sectors, from small to large, to help our clients realize the increase in safety, reduction in risk, and the confidence that comes from a well-managed mechanical integrity program.
Industries Served...
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Petrochemical
  • Power Generation
  • Oil/Gas Refinery
  • Off-Shore Platforms
  • Bulk Storage Facilities
  • Aviation Fuel Farms
  • Pharmaceutical
  • New Construction Projects
  • Third Party Verification
  • Fabrication and Welding Facilities