Posts Tagged ‘plant management’
How to Develop an Effective Maintenance and Reliability Program
Estimated reading time: 6 minutes The effective maintenance management is a critical feature of plant operations, both in establishing the conditions for safe ongoing operation of the plant after commissioning, and in supporting the commercial success of the business. Ultimately, the contribution of a maintenance organisation can most effectively be measured in terms of…Read More
4 Phases of Plant Shutdowns
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes Plant shutdown and start-up is an important aspect of plant maintenance that helps improve the life expectancy of assets. Effective planning and execution of shutdowns and turnarounds is essential to maintain inventory levels and reduce loss of revenue for the oil and gas industry, particularly if improper maintenance leads…Read More
What Makes A Successful Plant Shutdown?
Estimated reading time: 6 minutes Effective planning and execution of shutdowns and turnarounds are major tasks during a plant’s life cycle. It is an important aspect of plant maintenance that helps improve the life expectancy of assets, to maintain inventory levels and reduce loss of revenue. Shutdowns are costly because they are labour and…Read More
What is Reliability Centred Maintenance?
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) is a systematic and highly structured approach to maximise safety and the function of equipment assets. RCM uses a rigorous framework for identifying and eliminating all the potential ways an asset can fail to perform its intended function and/or the consequences of that failure. One…Read More
Understanding Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Strategy
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Within a reliability-centered maintenance approach, preventive and predictive maintenance are top 2 most popular proactive methods of conducting maintenance. This prevents sudden issues or breakdowns from happening on your assets. Sudden breakdowns largely affect production, failure to achieve production target, the lack of personnel, unprepared spare parts and more.…Read More