A major privately held corporation struggled with inconsistencies and significant costs from standardization using MS Word for their 15,000 operating procedures. In addition, one facility was cited inan OSHA audit for not incorporating operating limits in their procedures.
Standardization of business processes presented a challenge for this client due to the scale of their upstream enterprise, which consists of 11,000 oil and natural gas wells in hundreds of fields.
A major corporation encountered challenges with a consistent layout and design for their 15,500 operation and maintenance procedures. The primary challenge was coordinating global standards and establishing consistency, while ensuring compliance with country-specific regulations.Read the case study
A Texas-based power generation business was looking to improve the quality and usability of their estimated 7,000 – 8,000 procedures and job plans across the fleet (operations and maintenance).Read the case study
A New York-based electric utility wanted to identify areas where current processes, procedures, and instructions could be made more robust. ATR helped evaluate the gaps with AP-907-001 and AP-907-005 and take appropriate action through the use of SmartProcedures to electronically enforce the desired best practices.Read the case study