Which of the following groups is overloaded with work, and which one can handle more work?
It may be hard to believe, but the success or failure of your shutdown (outage, turnaround) is determined long before you shut down the equipment and begin the event. While many treat the shutdown as a marathon event that must be survived, the insightful among us know that it is the actions that occur in the t-12 months, t-6 months, t-2 weeks, and even t+2 weeks time frames that really determine the success or failure of our efforts.
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Can we agree on one thing? When considering the tasks that we perform on a daily basis as a maintenance organization, there is a one-right way to do them? I am not saying that I know the answer, but I believe that there is one-right way to rebuild a Goulds HT3196 LTX pump. I believe that there is one-right way to calibrate a Campbell Scientific pH probe. I would propose that the correct method to perform these tasks is a scientific fact. Now if you were to ask me who makes better music The Beatles or the Rolling Stones, well then I would of course say The Beatles, but that would be an opinion; open to debate and discussion with no clear answer.
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When I think back on the shutdowns that I participated early on in my career, I wonder sometimes if we were really trying to excel at our performance, or if we were merely trying to survive?
Ask any manager working in an industrial setting if the would like to see a weekly work schedule developed and they will of course reply to the affirmative.
Now sit them down and explain the amount of effort and coordination that it will take to achieve this and most will run for the hills as if both the Hatfields and McCoys are chasing them.
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