Practical Engineering Guidelinesfor Processing Plant Solutions
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Teach them to always keep the importance of routine jobs in perspective. Don’t let theirroutine nature diminish their role. Routine jobs such as vibration and corrosion inspectioncan help to detect problems early and prevent a serious incident.
The local staff needs general instruction in the following fields;1.
Boilers and Steam Systems,5.
Steam Turbines, Pumps, and Compressors,6.
Piping and Heat Exchangers,8.
Process Control Systems,9.
Catalyst and Molecular Sieve Systems,11.
Cooling Water Systems and Treatment,12.
Relief Valve and Flare Systems.If the local staff has some operations experience this can be covered quickly, but with limitedoperations experience the fundamentals need to be understood to optimized and received the fullbenefit from the plant investment. With experienced operations staff this can be completed in 5days.One typical way to complete the operations training is called “train the trainer”. A selected group of the engineers and experienced operations personnel is given training by the senior commissioningmanager. Then these trainers train the local staff.Specific Plant Training for the “Train the Trainer” Group would include;1. Pre Commissioning Procedures2. Commissioning Procedures3. Plant Specific P&ID ReviewA. Tower ReviewB. Reactor ReviewC. Process Control Review