Scheduled turnarounds are difficult to manage. Managing a surprise shutdown or outage is like firefighting. Firefighters succeed because they know what strategies work and are highly trained to handle complex, risky situations. Uncertainty and complexity abound when a plant is down. Extra work can appear when equipment is opened and inspected. Integrating project work increases the challenge. Experienced instructors show you how to control scope uncertainty, tackle the complexity of integrating project work, and get the facility restarted.
Upon completion, you will know how to:
- Deploy scarce resources (time, people and materials)
- Complete work on time and within budget
- Utilize best practices in TSO planning, execution and closeout
- Manage engineering, maintenance, operations and project interfaces
Who should attend?
Managers, supervisors, engineers, schedulers in maintenance, operations, reliability, HSE, procurement and projects should attend. This course also helps business, commercial, finance and other non-technical personnel who want to know more about turnaround, shutdown and outage best practices.
- Six-phases of turnaround, outage and shutdown management
- Issues and challenges
- Quality control
- Health, safety and environmental planning
- Computerized systems- benefits and choices
- Integrating the plan
- Managing stakeholders and resources
- Procurement and contracting
- Tracking progress and controlling change
PetroSkills - World's No. 1 Training Provider for the Oil & Gas Industry
PetroSkills is the leading professional education provider for the Petroleum Industry, with the largest classroom training portfolio for technical and management operations in this sector. In North America, PetroSkills' programs are delivered at important business hubs for the industry, around...
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