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Managing Process Plant Start Up and Commissioning Procedures


This training program is designed for those concerned with Operation, Maintenance, Planning & Execution of all Industrial activities from refining, petrochemical, chemical and power generation industries.
The commissioning, or initial start-up, is a period when the plant is particularly at risk. It is also a time when equipment maybe maltreated or damaged so that its subsequent operation is affected.

More ever, delays in bringing plant up to full output can have a marked effect on the economics of the plant. For all these reasons it is essential to organize the commissioning of the plant efficiently and allocate sufficient resources to it.
Some of the important features discussed in this training program will include:


Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Team members

Operations Personnel

Start-Up Safety- Step by Step Procedure

Preparation and Isolating a Process Plant

Why 50% of your shift supervisors should prior experience on initial start-ups

Course Duration

Three Days


Certificate of Attendance or Certificate on passing the end of course test (if required)



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