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    Optimization of Facilities

    This 1-Day course will focus on opportunities to review Operations to improve revenue or decrease expenses. Participants are encourage to bring their Operating Cost data to use for in class. This course is designed for Production / Facilities / Operations Support Engineers, Operations and Maintenance personnel with a basic understanding of field and plant operations.
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    Practical Hydraulics

    This course guides the attendee from the basics of fluid flow to practical applications of hydraulics using simple math. The course will cover many everyday ways in which a knowledge of liquid and vapour hydraulics are necessary to understand what is happening and how to solve problems. Many examples will be discussed throughout the course of when operations are affected by poor hydraulics. Design of hydraulic systems will also be covered. This course aims to also solve individual hydraulic issues. Students are welcome and encouraged to send any questions and problems they have to the instructor before the course for class discussion and additional resources. This course is intended for plant Engineers, process Engineers, mechanical Engineers, operations personnel and anyone with a need to understand and troubleshoot hydraulic problems.
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    Webinar On 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11 Compliance - Specifics Needed to Eliminate 483s

    It is quite common between departments or individuals to neglect seeing the importance of 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11 (ERES) Compliance. Non-QA trained personnel or those that have no direct or have indirect contact with GxP systems fail to see the consequences of their actions or that of their department.Price:$250.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 Event link
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    Webinar on Airport Traffic Control Tower - How Air Traffic Controllers Make it Work

    The initial subject focuses on the primary control positions located in the tower. Each position is discussed to identify the responsibility of the control position and the types of control strategies that are employed to safely and efficiently manage aircraft operating on the Airport Movement Area (Ground Control) and within the Airport Traffic Area (Local Control). Also addressed are the operational considerations associated with the close interaction with the Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON).