Primavera for STO

Primavera for STO (Shutdowns, Turnarounds, Outages) highlights the practices needed to DRIVE your STO project.

Primavera™ P6 was not designed for STO projects, but that won’t stop you from learning how to use it to drive your STO project. This is what you will learn:

  • traditional scheduling vs. scheduling for STO projects (Level I to Level V)
  • how to create a true WBS (Work Breakdown Structure)
  • how to phase your STO project, e.g., Pre, Shutdown, Open, Inspect/Repair, Close, Start-up, Post
  • how to use PF (Productivity Factors) for each phase, resource, contractor, and work type
  • how to schedule to Level V (DSM-Dynamic Scheduling Methodology) to drive your STO project
  • how to create Daily Shift Reports for execution
  • how to use Earned-value Performance and create S-curves
  • best-practices vs. worst-practice

Traditional scheduling methodologies will not get it done when it comes to controlling a STO project. The environment is simply too dynamic.

14-06-2015 11-52-21 AMKey Benefits:

  • increased worker wrench-time
  • reduce indirect costs
  • safer execution—reduced risk of congestion
  • few resources
  • real-time measurement and control
  • increased communication between the war room and the field