by Jeannie A. Lewis, E.I.T. / Jun 01, 2015

In today’s environment, where industry expertise is diminishing and safety standards are increasing, knowledge transfer and sharing becomes paramount to success as companies operate leaner. Managing risk is more important than ever as companies continue to buy and sell facilities, and the discussion of Best Practices continues to grow. When companies seek a solution for how to handle Best Engineering Practices, they typically consider a few options: creating and maintaining a set of standards internally by starting from scratch or writing overlays to outdated legacy standards; purchasing a set of Best Engineering Practices off the shelf; or relying on the standards provided by contractors offering large project support. The typical issues companies find are that engineering standards are difficult and expensive to maintain internally, and standards require a significant amount of their most seasoned industry veterans’ time because the information is experience-based.

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