September 2013

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HP Reliability: Leaders must allocate time for technology updates

Just as a good medical doctor is expected to have wide knowledge on modern treatment options, we would expect reliability professionals to be equally informed on technology advances. There are numerou..

Bloch, H. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Just as a good medical doctor is expected to have wide knowledge on modern treatment options, we would expect reliability professionals to be equally informed on technology advances. There are numerous training and technology update opportunities, and this column has highlighted these for well over two decades. Conscientious reliability professionals should take advantage of books, articles, conference proceedings, vendor-organized training, and, of course, and “opportune times.” Never stop learning Opportune times present themselves in many different ways. Two hours between job assignments or a half-day postponement of a scheduled meeting are opportunities for the reliability pr

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