E0-ShutDowns-Safety-Class

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CII Annual Conference 2001 Achieving Safe Performances on  Shutdowns, Turnarounds, and Outages
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2 Nine   Industry Best Practices Getting to Zero   Demonstrated management commitment  Staffing for safety Safety planning – pre-project / pre-task Safety training and education Worker involvement and participation Recognition and rewards Subcontractor management Accident/incident reporting and  investigation Drug and alcohol testing
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3 What are Shutdowns, Turnarounds  and Outages?
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4 The terms “Shutdown”   “Turnaround” and  “Outage” are often used interchangeably.   There is no clear discernible difference  between them, but some terms are used  more by some industry sectors than they  are in others. For example, in a power plant a shutdown  might often be called an outage, while in a  paper plant a shutdown might be called a  turnaround.  However, both would also  know them as shutdowns.
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5 We shall use the term “Shutdown” A shutdown occurs when work must stop in  operating facilities that are generally in  active production of some product,  including paper, plastics, electrical power,  pharmaceuticals, various petroleum  products, and so on.  This cessation of  work is mandated when repairs must be  done, upgrades installed, components  replaced, etc.
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6 Shutdowns are costly to the owners Facility owners realize a continuous flow of 
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