April 2001

Special Report: Maintenance

Make your next turnaround the best ever

Follow these guidelines to reduce problems

Hey, B., Hey & Associates

Is your next turnaround going to be the same as before or is it going to be the best turnaround ever? Turnaround management today requires a structured approach based on project management principles. Also, the latest project and maintenance management support tools and methods need to be fully utilized for optimum turnaround project management. To achieve progressive improvement from turnaround to turnaround, start with benchmarking. Find out where you are relative to others in the same business. You can then focus on the areas that count and progressively improve. The well-worn quality steps of plan, do, check and act must be enforced for progressive improvement. So how do we go about

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