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Effective Plant Shutdown And Turnaround

TRAINER OVERVIEW
Mr.Trinath Sahoo, is a consultant on Shutdown Management, Project Management, Reliability Centred Maintenance, Total Productive Maintenance, Root Cause Failure Analysis besides an expert in pump, turbine and compressor maintenance and overhauling.

Having 17 years experience in the fields of engineering and technical management in a large public sector oil company in India, Trinath Sahoo has also worked for three years in a state-of-the-art power plant constructed by ABB Sweden and owned by M/S Indian Charge Chromes Limited.

TRAINER EXPERIENCE

As an industrial trainer, he has experience, exposure and expertise in multi-disciplinary fields such as Installation of Plants (Erection and Commissioning), Maintenance Management, Shutdown Management, Plant Design and Engineering, , Project Consultancy, Contract Management, Maintenance and Reliability, Asset Management, Plant Performance Evaluation, Project Management and Coordination, Technical Document Management, Vendor Evaluation, Contract Negotiation, Advanced Maintenance Strategies, Equipment Inspection, etc.

A motivating and enchanting personality, Trinath Sahoo is also a good public speaker and has conducted, apart from several Indian cities, international conferences at London, Germany, Canada, South Africa, Egypt, etc.

BOOK PUBLISHING

He has published a book with Francis and Taylor of USA on ‘Shutdown and Turnaround Management’.

What is Shutdown and Turnaround Management:

Shutdown and Turnaround management is a key function in all industry setups. Systematic and planned power shutdowns not only save equipments but also enhance their life. Planning and managing power shutdowns, power outages and turnarounds are a complex and highly demanding function in a factory or office environment. About turnarounds, if not properly planned, controlled or managed, companies would face budget or cost overruns and delays in schedule, which would have negative impacts on customers.

The engineering industry around the world is ploughed with several incidents of poorly managed shutdowns resulting in massive cost overruns and difficulties in resource planning.

Course overview:

The workshop on Shutdown and Turnaround Management conducted by Sahoo gives the participants a complete overview on shutdown techniques from the perspective of his own experience. Standard procedures for an effective shutdown involve application of many principles of good project management with some exceptions, which are explained in the workshop.

Objectives
Participants who attend the workshop will be able to:

  • Understand and implement typical turnaround management techniques
  • Manage a simple turnaround project from planning and execution to hand over stage.
  • Lead and manage personnel concerned in a turnaround and shutdown project
  • Effectively use the shutdown planning and best practices.
  • Develop an effective maintenance plan for shutdowns
  • Use appropriate techniques to identify risks and manage them effectively
  • Meet deadlines and plan complete turnaround projects within the specified budget and period
  • Effectively manage available resources for a turnaround project
  • Develop the management plan, resource plans, budget and work plans.
  • Equip himself or herself with skills required for an effective Turnaround project management
  • Develop and improve the performance of productive and competent teams

Who should attend the workshop?

The practicum would be of immense value and interest to:

  • Engineering professionals
  • Maintenance/supervisory managers
  • Construction superintendents and supervisors
  • Shutdown/ turnaround coordinators and professionals
  • Contract administrators and project engineers
  • Operations shutdown coordinators
  • Maintenance planning managers
  • Planning, scheduling and cost control workers
  • Those who belong to inspection, maintenance, materials and safety engineering fields are also encouraged to join the course.

Training methodology

The workshop will be a combination of classroom discussions and dynamic instructor-lead topic areas. Interactive discussions are encouraged among the participants to learn about the real-life applications related to shutdown, turnarounds and execution techniques. At the end of the workshop, practical application of theory will be done through a team-based case study.

Organizational Impact

How organizations get benefitted:

  • Employees become highly motivated with more confidence in their work
  • They can plan and manage shutdowns and turnarounds independently
  • Shutdown work quality gets improved with minimal chances of rework
  • Shutdown duration can be reduced due to avoidance of unnecessary work and making proper scheduling
  • Reduced cost is possible due to effective usage of resources
  • There will be only few logistical delays as a result of improved planning and communication
  • Risks will be minimized due to effective risk management

Course Introduction

Benefits to the participants :

  • They will have an edge over others while planning shutdown procedures.
  • They can effectively analyze, compile and communicate the initial scope and estimates.
  • Workers will have better understanding on how the shutdown/turnaround supports the objectives of the management and can plan accordingly.
  • Participants can recognize the shortcomings in the existing planning and scheduling and can make effective contribution for its improvement.
  • Trained workers would be viewed as a valued member of the team due to knowledge they have in all spheres of the shutdown and turnaround management.
  • Due to the exposure to quality training, participants will exert self-esteem, confidence and a fresh outlook and they would also be good at networking with professionals from other companies that face similar challenges.

Topics:

  1. OVERVIEW OF SHUTDOWNS AND TURNAROUND MANAGEMENT
  2. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROJECTS AND SHUTDOWNS
  3. QUALITY PROCESSES
  4. SAFETY PLAN
  5. ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED IN THE PLAN
  6. SHUTDOWN WORK IDENTIFICATION
  7. WORK SCOPE SUPPORT PLAN
  8. PLANNING THE PLAN
  9. PLANNING THE WORK
  10. RESOURCE SCHEDULING
  11. THE CRITICAL PATH
  12. THE USE OF CONTRACTORS
  13. CONTRACT STATEMENT OF WORK
  14. NEGOTIATIONS
  15. CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
  16. SHUTDOWN BUDGETING AND CONTROL
  17. THE CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT PLAN
  18. MANAGING LOGISTICS IN SHUTDOWNS
  19. RISK MANAGEMENT
  20. SHUTDOWN EXECUTION
  21. SHUTDOWN CLOSE – OUT

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