Planning & Improving Shutdown & Turnaround Outcomes
04/05/2012 - Explore the key attributes of successful shutdowns and turnarounds
9 &10 July 2012 Sydney | 16 & 17 July 2012 Brisbane | 23 & 24 July 2012 Adelaide
This 2-day masterclass provides the systems and tools to dramatically improve your shutdowns and build in a means of shutdown continuous improvement. It also provides a world class review of shutdown management from the perspective of someone who has done it in your type of industry and location.
There are many case studies of successful shutdown projects to ensure that you get the latest and most up to date information to successfully apply to your next project – no matter what position you hold.
Performing an effective shutdown is an example of applying many of the principles of good maintenance and project management with some important exceptions; these are clearly outlined in the Master Class.
A well planned and efficient plant shutdown & turnaround will have a significant impact on the bottom-line of your business.
4 reasons why you should attend
+ Coordinate a shutdown project from planning to execution and hand-over
+ Apply shutdown best practices and planning
+ Plan to meet deadlines and complete shutdown projects within budget and on time
+ Organise and improve performance to create a productive and competent team
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 “hands on” experience in Operations and Maintenance in a wide range of industries including steel, aluminium, Mining, Petrochemical, utilities and Manufacturing.