441423 Sustainable Risk Reduction with Dynamic Execution of Procedures for Any Operating Condition

Monday, April 11, 2016
Exhibit Hall E (George R. Brown )
Blair Morgan, Procedure Accelerator, Innovatia, Saint John, NB, Canada

Managing the volume of new information created daily is a challenge. Add to that the complexity of new equipment, employee turnover, and third party contractors working on-site, documenting clearly and concisely is critical to the operation. To truly mitigate risk we need look to operating companies focused on leading indicators of risk management where improved work conditions and profitability of the operation are the by product.
  • Reduce human error
  • Improve user adoption
  • Improve operator efficiency
  • Optimize SME time
  • Quick resolution incident investigation
  • Improve time “on the job”
  • Extend equipment life

These objectives, met through the implementation of procedure best-practices to significantly reduce risk and improve the reliability of the operation.

During this presentation we will share the results of our procedure best-practices benchmark report and review the impact of asset level operating procedures for our clients.

As operating companies evolve through the knowledge management maturity model, they not only standardize best-practices but leverage that knowledge to optimize performance with a collaboration hub and dynamically generated procedures to fit any situation.

We will demonstrate how asset level operating procedures, designed for routine operator and facility maintenance, directly relates to improvements in asset life and performance, site-safe incident reduction based on human factors, and improve equipment start-up predictability when returning from planned maintenance.

This is so much more than simply documenting procedures; this is about sustainable adoption to improve operating discipline. Innovatia will introduce a complete procedure management solution to facilitate knowledge transfer in real-time to mitigate risk and improve reliability of the operation.

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