March 2002

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HP Reliability: Operator’s role in achieving equipment reliability

In virtually every modern process plant, we will find operating,maintenance and reliability / technical job functions. The mostprofitable of these facilities have managed to train theirpersonnel. Also..

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In virtually every modern process plant, we will find operating, maintenance and reliability / technical job functions. The most profitable of these facilities have managed to train their personnel. Also, these facilities have implemented organizational and other procedural routines that ensure the three job functions practice cooperation, communication and mutual consideration on a daily basis. In the almost 12 years this column has been a monthly feature, we have often highlighted the training and cooperation principles and their rather obvious value. Recent plant experience shows that the operator's role in achieving equipment reliability can be explained in a one-day trai

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