March 8, 2016 by AP-Networks Leave a Comment If you hit your cost and schedule targets for your turnaround, but you have to shut down again after startup to fix a problem, then ultimately, your execution was not successful. Amid ever more stringent cost and schedule constraints, and in an age of increasing turnaround complexity and decreasing site headcount and expertise, how do you maintain a focus on quality? And when does quality come into play? Is it only a priority during execution, or can quality be addressed in the planning stages of a turnaround or shutdown? If so, what elements should this “quality plan” include in order to pave the way for flawless startup? We’ll be discussing this topic on Thursday, March 24th at the Turnaround Industry Network Conference (TINC) Europe. TINC Europe is the premier symposium for sharing best practices to deliver safe, event-free, predictable, and competitive outcomes. Register now, and add your voice to the conversation.