RSI Director of Training Services George Dzyacky, authored an article in the November 2013 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing. The article titled, “Address Competency Gaps in Console Operations,” is featured in HP’s Special Report on Plant Safety and Environment.
The article addresses the problems of operators-training-operators, or what George calls “training by osmosis” in the US Refining and Petrochemical industries. George points out that of all the varied disciplines required to operate a plant, managers, engineers, chemists, accounts, electricians, pipefitters, machinists, administrative assistants, – console operators who occupy the most safety-critical position in the plant, are the only ones trained and brought to “qualification” by their coworkers.
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