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03/27 2019

10 Movable Hurdles For Easier Cost Control

By |2019-04-04T15:28:39+00:0003/27/2019|0 Comments

Most turnaround organizations are frustrated by inconsistent, incomplete or altogether incorrect cost analysis, cost reporting and cost controlling. How is it possible we could land men on the moon and bring them back safely with less technology than contained in a modern smart phone, but with all our state-of-the-art analytics, we can’t forecast the cost of a turnaround we have done many times before?

02/19 2019

Our Technology Solution For Superior Materials Management: TrackPoint

By |2019-02-19T15:51:16+00:0002/19/2019|0 Comments

We know that our Onpoint personnel make the difference on a job site thanks to our advanced training and experience, and we don’t take that for granted. For example, does a specific project management software program make you a better scheduler? No, it does not. But it does make a good scheduler more effective. This is why we need to start with a solid foundation – our people – and build technology solutions that help you exceed performance standards. TrackPoint, our materials management software, will do just that.

01/25 2019

‘Safety Meeting’ Is An Understatement

By |2019-02-19T15:34:39+00:0001/25/2019|0 Comments

Should we keep calling it a “safety meeting” when it is about so much more? Has the phrase been overused to the point of automatic boredom? Dr. John Medina, the bestselling author of “Brain Rules,” says, “Repeat to remember.” But Medina also says, “We don’t pay attention to boring things.” Unfortunately, people can hear about safety so often it becomes monotonous. Have you ever noticed how eyes glaze over and energy levels start sinking during many safety meetings? When one considers the cost of preparation, travel time to and from the meeting, and the salaries of attendees,we may be paying an awful lot of money for the privilege of people tuning us out. More importantly, if they are not focusing and remembering what was said, they still may be in just as much danger of having an accident.