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

In an effort to capture and transfer knowledge as well as define corporate requirements to improve facility reliability, many corporations are considering developing a collection of Best Practices. A Best Practice is defined as a technique or methodology that, upon rigorous evaluation through experience and research, has demonstrated success, had an impact, and can be replicated. Best Practices are frequently used by facility owners and operators to provide their requirements and guidelines for construction and maintenance. As required by Recommended and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices (RAGAGEP), Best Practices must meet minimum industry requirements but may be more stringent based on experience and unique attributes of a facility. For this reason, Best Practices typically utilize and direct users to a published industry standard to set baseline requirements and then clarify options or provide additional requirements above the industry standard based on company preferences and experience.

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