The Canadian Institutes Shutdowns Symposium

Venue: The Westin Nova Scotian Hotel

Location: Halifax, Canada

Event Date/Time: May 26, 2010 End Date/Time: May 27, 2010
Early Registration Date: Apr 28, 2010
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Shutdowns, turnarounds and maintenance are critical procedures, impacting a company’s long-term operational and financial health.

Challenging economic times have made some organizations hesitant to dedicate sufficient capital and labour hours to this process. Efficient planning, lean maintenance, effective asset management and stringent training programs can ensure shutdowns and maintenance procedures are carried out in the most cost-effective, safe and environmentally friendly manner – procedures and techniques that are expected to impact a company’s long-term economic success

This comprehensive program is tailored to help your organization plan and execute shutdown projects more efficiently. Attend this two-day interactive training program and learn:

The latest laws affecting shutdowns and plant maintenance procedures in Canada, including the Occupational Health & Safety Act

The role of the Health and Safety Association

Network and the importance of developing training standards

Importance of an integrated CMMS system for optimal plant operations

How to effectively work with contractors to increase plant efficiency

Steps to implement lean maintenance and how world class organizations implement lean strategies

The importance of standardizing the shutdowns management process