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When the Site is No Longer Purely Under Construction, Part 1

Get the authorization from the site's operations supervisor before commencing that day’s work.

On projects that are large or complex (e.g., a paper mill, new factory, power plant, etc.), the transition from “under construction” to “fully operational” may take months. During construction, it’s common to operate equipment and systems. But once the construction firm commences turnover of the equipment and systems to the owner, you can’t just go operating things anymore.

Maybe last month you cycled the fill valves on a mixing tank as part of a

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