(PRWEB) September 10, 2010
Order Efficiency is gearing up to satisfy an overwhelming demand for a stream of PHC Contractors to the Oil & Gas industry, as well as other Industries in the Energy and Transport sectors.
Having emerged from an intensive period of promotion for their Project Health Control service, Order Efficiency is set to begin a series of trial applications. "One or two successful trials will result in a need for extra staff. But as PHC starts to take hold in the industry, recruitment will become a major activity for us," says Martin Bell, Order Efficiency's MD.
In preparation for a major take-up of PHC among current opportunities that range from a ‘$50m plant extension’ to a ‘$350m process revamp’, Order Efficiency are looking to build a contact list of industry contractors who are intrigued by the possibility of tripling their earnings, not only as a potential PHC consultant, but also from working in their own discipline on a PHC run project.
A casual statement made back in 1999 by a commissioning engineer at the work site has been the driving force behind the development of PHC, "If someone ever brings efficiency into the Oil & Gas industry, we'll all be out of a job! Efficiency Breeds Redundancy! " (anonymous).
Project Health Control provides the answer to industry's Human Efficiency Paradox. "For a project run in a Project Health Control environment, efficiency generates money! For everyone," says David Winter, Director of Order Efficiency Ltd.
Feedback from a trial implementation of PHC on Total’s USAN project offshore Nigeria (Subsea Manifold Development) illustrates the effect of PHC both on the Project and on the ‘pockets’ of project staff:
"Forget what you think you know about productivity based incentives." says Luis Luis, Chief Structural Engineer. "PHC is Project Control down to the molecular level, and the way it handled the whole performance and incentives issue on the project was truly inspiring. "
"When the incentives segment of Project Health Control kicked in, what a difference it made. Staff's change in attitude to the project was amazing, just like the project's bottom line enhancement that we recorded while PHC was running," says Francis Adeogun, Project Controls Manager.
The register of Contractors could be more accurately termed a register of all those interested in joining, or even just following, the quiet revolution that Project Health Control is bringing to the Energy Industries.
If you work on projects, irrespective of your authority level or discipline, join the list and stay in the loop, for regular updates on the emergence of PHC.
To join the list visit : http://www.order-efficiency.com/PHC_people