April 2014

Global Turnaround and Maintenance—Supplement

Achieve excellence and sustainability in your next turnaround

To consistently achieve pacesetter results on plant shutdowns and turnarounds, it is imperative that companies have a systematic turnaround management process (TMP).

Singh, B., Project Assurance, Inc.

To consistently achieve pacesetter results on plant shutdowns and turnarounds, it is imperative that companies have a systematic turnaround management process (TMP). To effectively plan and efficiently execute turnarounds, company staff should follow a company-specific TMP.1 A good TMP should incorporate the best industry processes and practices; it can be further customized to meet the project’s unique work environment and specific requirements. A management process can be described as a strategy for achieving exceptional results for specific types of undertakings by solving problems, planning the work scopes and managing the diverse resources. A TMP can offer an intelligent and met

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