AMG Shutdowns & Turnarounds (shutdowns)

Venue: Calgary

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jun 02, 2009 End Date/Time: Jun 04, 2009
Registration Date: May 26, 2009
Early Registration Date: Apr 02, 2009
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Develop your next shutdown plan with the world's top expert on shutdowns, turnarounds, outages and workovers.

Shutdowns are necessary, but costs can escalate beyond control if they're not managed properly. Careers are made and lost on how well - or how poorly - shutdowns are planned, managed and executed.

Upgrade your skills and secure your job by getting training with John McLay:
* original chairman of the Shutdowns Superconference,
* author of international shutdowns manual "Practical Management for Plant Turnarounds", and
* guru quoted by all the other shutdown trainers near you

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Additional Information

John McLay’s highly interactive training program equips you and your staff with updated shutdown planning models and contractor engagement strategies to continue delivering shutdowns that have more impact, shortest time and lowest cost, and highest safety and quality standards. Unique features of John McLay’s course 1. Participants will develop Work Packages and Support Plan Requirements at the start of the 3-day workshop. Teamwork ensures effective turnarounds, and support plans maximize efficiency. 2. Workshop delegates will develop 2 case studies typical to your facility. Use the presentation slides and the workbook to complete the tasks that would normally be done only after your training. Brainstorm with fellow participants, analyze different scenarios, and get direct benefit from the trainer’s expertise for your next shutdown plan. 3. Interactive and relevant; using a combination of practical sessions, numerous case studies, and reading assignments, the workshop goes way beyond abstract concepts. The entire course program has been designed based on current feedback from industry professionals, focusing on current challenges and concerns you have actually experienced during your last shutdown.