When the Site is No Longer Purely Under Construction, Part 5 ArtboyAnimation/iStock/Thinkstock

When the Site is No Longer Purely Under Construction, Part 5

Complication can arise when operators have their own schedule for interacting with the same equipment you do.

Sometimes before systems are turned over to operations, there’s a “stepping on each other’s toes” problem.

On the system commissioning side, there’s a production schedule that has work slated for instrument technicians, electricians, and test engineers. Sometimes, there’s a crew composed of multiple disciplines to perform loop checks and functional testing. This is complicated enough, already.

Further complication arises when operators h

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