Plants Commissioning, Operation Supervision and Performance Improvement

Plants Commissioning, Operation Supervision and Performance Improvement
– Review and finalize the plant process operation manual
– Checking all equipment installation
– Supervise the cleaning of systems according to the specified method and prepare for commissioning
– Reagent preparation procedures review and training
– Monitoring the calibration of process components – instruments
– Supervise the control of circuits and settings up safety relays of electrical equipment
– Supervise the control of the final levels of the relevant machines and lubrications
– Control different parts before installation team delivery, preparing check lists, and follow-up to eliminate the problems
– Match the drawings with the work done and determine the startup defects
– Check the consumables
– Review the consumables list and checking storage amounts in warhouse
– Control of instrumentation equipment at their adjustment points
– Set up and participate in the preparation of relevant operational forms
– Supervising the commissioning of machinery and facilities
– Supervising the delivery of mechanical completion (Mechanical Completion) of the units
– Cooperation with employers and contractors in issuing Mechanical Completion
– Supervising the elimination of defects related to the mechanical completion of projects, including main and auxiliary equipment
– Supervise the performance of tests to determine the maximum achievable capacity of all new equipment and various parts of projects
– Cooperation with the employer in the issuance of Provisional Acceptance Certificates and final delivery
– Operating manual and instructions required for technological type and selected equipment available in the plants
– Main equipment manual and special operation parameters and maintenance instructions to minimize spare parts
– Obtaining optimum parameters for process based on equipment’s capacity to increase equipment lifetime
– Minimizing consumables including chemicals, heat and energy to reduce operation cost as much as possible
– Identify the bottleneck of process and recommendations for increasing capacity by minimum changes in the equipment and piping
– Reagent preparation procedures training including chemicals MSDS
– Training Standard procedures for laboratory analytical methods
– Laboratory supervision including accuracy, precision and procedures review
– Training personnel to work with a variety of laboratory equipment
– Preparation and presentation of repair programs for equipment in the operational process
– Recommendation for laboratory equipment selection based on plant and ore type
– Designing and equipment selection for mineral processing laboratories
– – Training laboratory staff on how to perform tests and extract the required information from the test results