Shutdown & Turnaround Planning Masterclass (CC Shutz)
Venue: Brisbane, Sydney, Perth
|Event Date/Time: Nov 26, 2009||End Date/Time: Nov 27, 2009|
|Registration Date: Nov 26, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 11, 2009|
If your next shutdown & turnaround is not properly planned, managed and controlled, you will face the risks of serious budget overruns, costly outage days and a negative impact on productivity
Best practice in shutdown planning improves constantly â€“ You must be at the forefront of excellent safety, quality and reliability measures to stay competitive
A well planned and efficient plant shutdown & turnaround will have a significant impact on the bottom-line of your business
You will examine not just what worked but more importantly what didnâ€™t work â€“ As well as:
â€¢ Risk-free contractor management through performance based contracting
â€¢ Mastering unexpected challenges and project change during shutdowns
Senior Lecturer Maintenance
Kevin Hancock currently lectures in Maintenance Management at CQ University and consults to industry in Australia, Asia and the Middle East. He has over 30 years â€œhands onâ€ experience in Operations and Maintenance in a wide range of industries including Steel, Aluminium, Mining, Petrochemical, Utilities and Manufacturing.
Kevin has over 30 years â€˜hands onâ€™ experience in operations and maintenance in a wide range of industries including steel, aluminium, mining, petrochemical, utilities and manufacturing. Heâ€™s spent 18 years in the steel industry performing a variety of roles in primary production as well as finishing operations, working in operations, maintenance and engineering
Kevin then moved to aluminium and alumina as Maintenance Manager and Operations Manager, in some of the largest plants of their type in the world. He gained recognition by undertaking assignments in Australia, North America and Europe, in taking on particular problem plants and turning around their performance.
Recently, Kevin has managed a business alliance at one of Australiaâ€™s largest power stations and coal mines.