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Latest posts from the Performance Improvement Blog
Recently at CONTE 2017, the American Nuclear Society’s Conference on Nuclear Training and Education, GSE hosted a panel discussion of experts utilizing what the industry has dubbed a “full-scope virtual simulator” to enhance their nuclear plant training programs. The...read more
The inside of a control room doesn’t look the same as it did 30 years ago. Not only are the controls vastly more automated, those operating the controls are changing out more frequently.read more
Time is money. That’s why we’ve compiled a shortlist of 6 ways plants can help keep their simulator project on schedule.read more
Offshore oil and gas operations require the highest standards of safety. Managing arc flash risks in this environment calls for a comprehensive, engineering-led approach.read more
The first priority of any industrial facility must always be the safety of its staff and of the general public. That’s obvious enough, but the designers of plant safety systems and operating procedures also need to consider the everyday needs of the personnel that will operate them.read more
If a Safety Instrumented System (SIS) suffers an undetected failure, the consequences can be serious. That’s why a comprehensive proof testing programme is necessary to ensure the safe, regulatory-compliant operation of process plant and tank storage facilities.read more