Effective Plant Shutdown and Turnaround Management (Shutdown2008)
Venue: Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
|Event Date/Time: Aug 11, 2008||End Date/Time: Aug 13, 2008|
The first step in developing shutdowns plans is to start: this can some times be the hardest. Once the first package is developed it becomes a prototype and the rest of the packages become similar. Packages are put together for two basic structures; the development of the known shutdown work package and the development of work support package. You will get the opportunity to develop one of each over the course of the seminar.
To achieve this, the participants will be given two tasks on the first day. One task will be a vertical vessel with bubble cap trays requiring known mechanical turnaround repair work; the other task will be to mobilize and demobilize a contractor to complete these repairs. In giving these two typical shutdown tasks early in the seminar, allows the individual to develop a path forward using the seminar educational instruction, peer brainstorming and reading the technical manual Practical Management for Plant Turnarounds as resource tools while concepting their own facilities as a background.
John McLay, P.Eng.