STO Navigator Inc.

One-Day STO Execution Excellence Seminars

Sarnia, ON, Canada: Thursday, November 2nd, 2023

Saint John, NB, Canada: Tuesday, November 7th, 2023

About this Unique Seminar

Navigating the planning (and piloting the execution) of STO Events (Shutdowns, Turnarounds, Outages), even with the most competent people, the latest technology, and the best methodologies, can be challenging, as I'm sure you know. Like flying in-and-around thunderstorms to safely reach your destination on time, and hopefully, on budget, keeping your passengers (aka shareholders) happy.

But here's the thing, it's not so much about on time and on budget as it is about safety, quality, and efficiency (direct resource utilization and indirect resource benefits). Because if we get these three KPIs right (without compromising scope), time and cost will take care of themselves. In other words, time and cost are an outcome of how well we execute the scope of work: safely, with quality, and efficiency, resulting in the shortest duration, lowest cost event, ever!

Executing complex, risky, expensive, and ever-changing STO events—to achieve zero incidents, zero rework, and high tool-time efficiency—requires a substantial amount of strategic planning, detailed work package planning, and dynamic scheduling to produce the most optimized plan: Lowest Cost, Shortest Duration, Fewest Resources without compromising scope.

This unique, intense one-day seminar is a combination of theory and presentations—primarily related to DSM (Dynamic Scheduling Methodology) and DEM (Dynamic Execution Management)—with execution performance exercises in a simulated control tower environment to demonstrate the power of navigating and piloting your STO Event Execution (using P6 live examples).