September 2020

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Reliability: Phased reopening of reliability improvement businesses

Like many thousands of educational and operator training-related endeavors, reliability improvement training was abruptly suspended when the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted daily life as it was known prior to 2020.

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Like many thousands of educational and operator training-related endeavors, reliability improvement training was abruptly suspended when the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted daily life as it was known prior to 2020. The exact time when the resulting restrictions could be removed was not foreseeable; however, the phased reopening of important training activities could be anticipated and was planned by a best-in-class training provider (System Improvements Inc., the developers of TapRooT courses) soon after the epidemic struck. With purpose-driven failure investigations as TapRooT’s 32-yr old core activity, the phased reopening of reliability improvement training commenced before the pandemic ha

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