What You Will Learn :
- How to use Risk Based Work selection
- Best practices in planning and scheduling, managing contractors, procedures before, during and after a shutdown
- What happens if scope changes
- How to review the strengths and weaknesses and how to improve them
Many industries spend the majority of their maintenance budget on shutdowns. Turnarounds represent a significant amount of downtime. IDCON’s Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Program (S-TOP) training delivers the minimum required shutdown scope and absolute minimum downtime. S-TOP accomplishes this by addressing mechanical, production, inspection, regulatory, and engineering project critical paths.
Using best practice experience and case studies, the instructor will lead the students through the 6-step approach of the Shutdown Optimization Process.
The steps of the process include:
- Strategic Review
- Work Scope Review
- Plan Review
- Schedule Review
- Execution Review
- Close-out Review
Course Objectives/Benefits to Participant
The course objective is to improve outage management and execution through the systematic application the IDCON S-TOP best practices. Participants will learn how to implement and manage the 6 critical steps behind cost efficient and effective Shutdowns while maintaining a high level of safety.
Typical savings resulting from IDCON S-TOP implementation program can include a reduced critical path (+30%) and reduced Shutdown spending (+12%).
Who is this course for?
Anyone responsible for managing, planning, scheduling, and executing shutdowns in a manufacturing and/or processing setting is a candidate for this course.