WRENCH-TIME [average hours/shift that a craftsperson spends directly working to execute construction, maintenance or shutdown activities]. It’s estimated that a worker spends on average only 3.5 hours actually working during a ten-hour shift; this is a startling figure. With industry already lacking in skilled labor, wouldn’t it make sense to try and increase worker performance? The savings of
About Ted Lister
Ted Lister is a Senior Consultant with over 25 years of combined hands-on experience and consulting in planning and scheduling best-practices related to maintenance, turnarounds and capital projects.
Quote, “Given a clear scope of work, and given a strategy to support it, planning and scheduling, then, can reduce the risk of incidents, rework and non-productive time. This is effective and efficiency working together to produce high-performance results.”