May 2016

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Planned shutdowns, turnarounds and outages (STOs) are often scheduled for preventive maintenance and new equipment installation that must be performed to keep a plant running and in regulatory compliance.

Andrew, Bob, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Simplify safety during shutdowns Planned shutdowns, turnarounds and outages (STOs) are often scheduled for preventive maintenance and new equipment installation that must be performed to keep a plant running and in regulatory compliance. To minimize production downtime, this work must be completed in a tight time frame. STOs are a combination of engineering, planning and coordination—the work starts months, or even years, before the maintenance begins. A top priority is safety. To prevent injury or loss of life, reduce liability and keep insurance rates in check, safety departments must provide required safety training, products and services that will ensure that all onsite personnel and co

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