Based on our experience, we have designed a sequence to mobilize our human resources and equipment, instruments, tools, spare parts, etc. in shape and time to a service site.
Our staff manages the commissioning in a way that owner’s staff is integrated into the team and can achieve a transition without frights that cause delays or increased costs.
O&M Mobilization is a 3 to 4 month process. One month prior to commissioning works, the owner or O&M Company should have his staff on site to be ready for the training program. Once we finish the training, the O&M staff would assist our engineers in the commissioning for the hands-on training.
EEN will be pleased to send you a full description of the works involved in the training and procedures upon request.
Preparing a new facility for commercial operation is one of the most challenging endeavors undertaken by the Company. It requires experienced O&M line managers working closely with the engineering project managers.
O&M Mobilization is defined as that phase of a project that includes all the tasks done by the plant operator to prepare a new facility for commercial operation. It typically includes hiring and training the plant staff, participating in engineering design reviews, preparing the plant procedures, outfitting the plant with tools, equipment and vehicles, securing initial spare parts, and participating in startup, commissioning and performance testing.
The O&M Mobilization period starts shortly after the project has been approved and the contractor has been given the release to begin engineering and construction activities. It ends when the plant has successfully passed its performance tests and begun commercial operation.
One of the keys to successful startup of a new facility is preparing an O&M Mobilization Plan (OMP).
The OMP must be based on a clear understanding and definition of the scope of work and responsibilities of all the parties involved in the project.
The O&M Mobilization Plan Includes (as a minimum):