October 2015

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HP Reliability: Hire or train a reliability professional?

The statistics on job seekers with college degrees and job seekers qualified to do the work for which they actually apply will differ.

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The statistics on job seekers with college degrees and job seekers qualified to do the work for which they actually apply will differ. Similarly, the number of jobs one can fill by hiring contract employees is probably different from the jobs for which it would be best to groom and nurture employees. A Hydrocarbon Processing reader recently touched on this issue after attending a workshop presentation titled “What a reliability engineer needs to know.” The workshop was offered at a prominent reliability and maintenance conference in 2014. The reader’s company is located in a Caribbean country and, at the time he wrote to us, it did not employ a reliability engineer. He noted that the compa

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