November 2011

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HP Integration Strategies: Aging HPI workforce drives need for operator training systems

As a leading research and consulting organization focused on the process industries, manufacturing, infrastructure and other industrial sectors, ARC Advisory Group has been closely following the emerg..

Abel, J., ARC Advisory Group

As a leading research and consulting organization focused on the process industries, manufacturing, infrastructure and other industrial sectors, ARC Advisory Group has been closely following the emerging skills crisis, its impact on industry, and potential solutions. In today’s business environment, hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) companies push their plants to their limits, while, at the same time, both processes and control systems become increasingly more complex. Staffed largely with aging workforces, with many experienced operators getting ready to retire, companies need to ensure that they can continue to operate their plants in a safe, reliable and profitable manner. Op

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