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14-16 May 2014 International 5-star Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Shutdown and turnaround required an operating plant to be shut down until the work is completed and then to be restarted, thus "turning
around" the plant. The purpose of shutdown and turnaround is to maintain the equipment reliability, improve safety and ensure effcient
operation. Shutdown and Turnaround is a very important function that has a direct impact on proftability of a plant production and
maintenance cost which resulting from the expenditure of manpower, equipment and materials. Proper planning and scheduling can save
the manpower costs, ensure the shortest possible time, and achieve successful shutdown and turnaround. Quality shutdown and turnaround
can minimize the possibility of accidents, rework, equipment failure, and reduce the impact on manpower safety, equipment and operation
safety. From this workshop, you will explore detail steps and strategic techniques necessary to improve your shutdown and turnaround with
effective completion.
Clear defnition of work scope and responsibilities for every personnel involved in each important stage in shutdown and turnaround
Improve your plant reliability and equipment availability with new components and processes
Decrease the possibility of liability by improving the safety for operator, maintenance and public personnel
Reduce your future maintenance costs and production overtime due to emergency breakdowns
Maintain the useful life of your equipment to minimize the number of repairs using new technology or new equipment
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail - Benjamin Franklin (January 17,1706 until April 17, 1790)
E. J. (TED) LISTER, SAIT & NAIT Electrical / Instrumentation,
Senior Consultant, CPM Solutions, Ltd. , Canada
Ted Lister is a Senior Consultant has more than 25
years of combined hands-on and consulting experience
associated with planning and executing plant shutdowns,
turnarounds, and outages. Ted Lister has learned What works and
What doesnt work when it comes to achieving project success. His
special fields of knowledge include Routine Plant Maintenance, Plant
Turnaround (Planning, Scheduling and Execution), Plant Operations and
Commissioning and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
(CMMS). Teds background is instrumentation and electrical with a
combined education of trade certificates, planning and scheduling
accreditations, project management designations, and a college level
human resource degree.Ted currently is Senior Planner/Project Controls Manager
at Sherritt International. Ted recently returned from Madagascar where he
worked for 3 years on a $5B USD Nickel project as the Integrated Planning
Manager, responsible for final construction completion / startup and
commission. Ted is an expertise in Turnaround Management Consultant
where he assist with Planning, Scheduling and Execution of Plant
Turnaround activities on several occasions and locations like Shell Canada,
Petro-Canada, Hibernia Offshore Oil, Husky Oil, Ulster Petroleum, Mobil
Oil, Offshore Oil, West Coast Energy, and Terra Nova, Offshore Oil. In
2005, Ted has published a book titled: Successful Change Management
as a result of working on a project in Venezuela for 4 years.
Much of what Ive learned working internationally on a variety of projects Ive
documented as best-practices, combining them into several training manuals and
course materials. I still enjoy the intensity of executing a well planned outage; while
proving, and improving my methods of achieving success. Ted Lister
Oil & gas
Power Generation
Chemical / Petrochemical
General / Process Manufacturing
Engineering Services
1. Mapping up your planning and scheduling effectively as a key factor in successful shutdown and turnaround
2. Strengthening your techniques to control the budget while reducing the shutdown and turnaround duration
3. Identify risk and manage the risk effectively while improving safety management in shutdown and turnaround
4. Familiarize with efficient methods to select best material and equipment for shutdown and turnaround
Supervisors, Engineers, Managers, Planners, Team
Leaders and Coordinators who responsible for :
Testing and Commissioning
Mechanical Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Production Engineer
Project engineer
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1. Establishing a World-Class Shutdown, Turnaround and Outage Management Process for your Organization
2. Work Scope and Budget Optimization determine what to work on to meet the Organizations business needs
3. Establishing the Shutdown, Turnaround and Outage Organization
4. Strategic Planning determine how each Stakeholder plans to contribute meet established KPIs
8:00 am 9:00 am Registration
9:00 am 10:30 am Introduction of Shutdowns, Turnarounds and Outages (STO)
STO defnition and purpose
Regulatory Inspection Requirements (Asset Integrity)
Operational Requirements (Process Integrity)
Maintenance Requirements (Reliability)
Project Requirements (Capital / Overhauls)
Review STO Management Process (laminated handout provided to all attendees)
Strategy Planning Phase / Milestone Schedule Management Phase (MS Project soft copy fle of Milestone Schedule
will be provided to each attendee)
Work Scope / Budget Phase (Excel soft copy tools will be provided to each attendee for establishing Work Scope
and Budget)
Work Package Planning Phase
Work Execution Schedule Phase
Decommissioning Phase
Equipment Availability Phase
Project Phase
Inspection Phase
Maintenance and Repair Phase
Equipment Closure Phase
Commissioning Phase
10:30 am 11:00 am Morning tea break and Networking
11:00 am 12:30 pm Work Scope and Budget Optimization
Work Scope
Work Requests and Work Orders
Work List Tracking Tool (an Excel Work List Tracking Tool will be provided as a soft copy to each attendee)
Establishing Work List Priorities / Work Type (Normal, Late, Added, Extra, Potential)
Establish and Control the Work List Cut-off Date
How to establish a budget for STO
Direct and Indirect Cost
Cost Management and Cost Control
How to establish Contingency
12:30 pm 1:30 pm Luncheon & Networking
1:30 pm 2:30 pm Establish the Shutdown, Turnaround and Outage Organization

Determine and assign the STO Sponsor
Determine and assign the STO Manager
Create the STO Stakeholder Steering Committee Team
Create the Vision and Mission Statement
Create the STO File Structure
Create STO Roles and Responsibilities
Create STO Meetings and Communication
Create STO Stakeholder Steering Committee Binders
Create STO Organization SWOT and Action Item Tool (Supplied Excel soft copy to all attendees)
14-16 May 2014 International 5-star Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
DAY 1 : 14 May 2014 : Wednesday
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DAY 2 : 15 May 2014 : Thursday
1. Work Package Planning how to develop detailed plans to enhance Safety, Quality and Efficiency
2. Blinding and Isolating how to manage an effective LOTO and Blinding Tag System
3. Dynamic Schedule Management how to develop a Dynamic Schedule and Manage Changing Conditions
4. Learn how to conduct a Readiness Assessment and develop Orientation Booklets for Pre-Execution Phase
9:00 am 10:30 am Work Package Planning

Understanding what Planning is, versus Scheduling
Using Field Estimating and Planning Sheets
Creating and installing Work Package Field Tags
Understanding estimating standards and how to gather information
Understanding crew / duration and wrench-hours
Understanding Network Logic and Work Types
Identifying tools, materials, documents, equipment, resources, permitting and risk
Understanding what goes into a Work Package
Creating Equipment Network Libraries by Equipment Type
10:30 am 11:00 am Morning Tea Break & Networking
11:00 am 12:30 pm Blinding and Isolating LOTO and Tag Systems

Identifying Blinding and Isolation Points on P&IDs and MFDs
Using the Blinding Tag System
Establishing Lock-out/Tag-out Procedure and System (LOTO)
Developing Blinding Procedures and gasket requirements
Insulation removal, fange management, hot-bolting, stud-bolt management
12:30 pm 1:30 pm Luncheon & Networking
2:30 pm 3:30 pm Establishing Key Performance Indicators (KPIS) and Targets

Learn how to establish Key Performance Indicators and Targets
Safety / Environment
Worker Performance (Wrench-time)
Budget (Direct and Indirect)
Schedule (WBS/Phase)
Review Industry Standard KPIs and learn how to compare
3:30 pm 4:00 pm Afternoon Tea Break & Networking
4:00 pm 5:00 pm Develop Stakeholder Strategies to Achieve Established KPIs and Targets

Establish Stakeholder Strategies
Production, Safety, Engineering, Inspection, Technical, Procurement, Logistics, Contracts, Environment,
Maintenance, Accounting, Materials Management, etc.
How to develop Functional Plans
Communication, Transportation, Housing, Storage and Lay-down Areas, Tools, Free-issue, Consumables, etc.
Learning how to conduct Strategy Workshops
Using Strategy Documents
Managing Strategic Plans
Developing what-if Scenarios
5:00 pm Wrap up and end of Day 1
14-16 May 2014 International 5-star Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
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1:30 pm 3:30 pm Using Dynamic Schedule Management to Manage Changing Conditions
Review of Scheduling Software
Understanding Scheduling and Programming Parameters
Understanding how to apply Productivity Factors by Resource and Conditions
Understanding Potential or Ignored Work or Added and Extra Work
Learning how to Level Work, Not Resources
Learning how to establish Risk and Grid Locations in the Schedule
Learning which Constraints and Scheduling Methods to use
Understanding Longest Path versus Critical Path
Learning how to run what-if scenarios to optimize the schedule, resources and cost
Using MOC (Management of Change) Requests
Creating a Baseline Schedule to Measure Variance
3:30 pm 4:00 pm Afternoon Tea Break and Networking
4:00 pm 5:00 pm Conducting a Readiness Assessment to Determine Go for Launch

Review of the STO Readiness Assessment Program Tool (available in soft copy for each attendee)
When to conduct the STO Readiness Assessment and who will be involved
How to create a STO Readiness Review Report and Corrective Action Plan
Developing Orientation Sessions and STO Information Handbooks
5:00 pm Wrap up and end of Day 2
9:00 am 10:30 am Work Execution Performance Management
Generating a 1 Shift Look-ahead Report for each Shift (What goes on it?)
Daily/Shift Safety Meetings Where, When, Who, What.
Determine the best working shift and schedule for Supervision and Workforce
Establish effective methods for updating feld status of schedule activities
Managing Critical Lifts and X-ray windows
Learning how to minimize Worker Congestion
Learning to track equipment Cranes, Welders, Bundle Pullers, Trucks, Generators, Compressors, etc.
How to generate Force Reports to determine how many bodies on site
How to establish a security and muster system ERT (Emergency Response Team)
Back Shift Loading how much compared to Day Shift
10:30 am 11:00 am Morning Tea Break & Networking
11:00 am 12:30 pm Developing Key Performance Reports / Project Controls
Using Performance S-Curves by WBS (Work Breakdown Structure)
Using Performance Reports for KPIs
Using Trending and Forecasting Reports to maintain schedule compliance
Using Critical Job and Longest Job Analysis
How to get back on track using Calendars and Leveling Capabilities
What to do if work is behind schedule
DAY 3 : 16 May 2014 : Friday
1. Work Execution Phase Learn to status activities, track Critical Path and run what-if scenarios
2. Learn how to develop a Key Performance Daily Report to measure and track Performance against KPIs
3. Understand how to prepare for Commissioning and Startup / Demobilization and Stabilization
4. Closure Report Learn how to develop a Closure Report and implement Learned Opportunities Review
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12:30 pm 1:30 pm Luncheon & Networking
1:30 pm 3:30 pm Establish an Effective Commissioning Strategy and Plan for Quality Start-up
How to establish an effective Commissioning Strategy and Plan
How to minimize leaks at Start-up
Learn how to manage Post-Work with in-house resources
Establishing an effective De-mobilization Plan
Managing Contractor Claims
Learn to establish an effective Rewards and Recognition Plan
3:30 pm 4:00 pm Afternoon Tea Break and Networking
4:00 pm 5:00 pm Develop an Effective Closure Report and Learned Opportunities Review
Learn to use an Effective Closure Report (included in course content to each attendee)
Learn to create a Learned Opportunities Review and use it to start the next STO Milestone Schedule
Clean-up Work Packages with Actual Values
Storing Blinds securely for subsequent STO
Re-Stocking Materials
Updating libraries, as-built drawings, operating parameters and document control.
Storing data for subsequent STO
5:00 pm Wrap up and end of Day 3
14-16 May 2014 International 5-star Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
If you have more than 8 delegates attending an in-house
course, the savings to your organization can be huge
since our corporate in-house courses are charged by
the day, not per delegate,therefore you pay one rate
regardless of the number of people you wish to train
(subject to a maximum class size).
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