Lessons learned by industry vet promote higher availability, improved performance, enhanced personnel protection

Brian Hulse is a leading information resource for gas-turbine owner/operators and CCJ ONsite. He has spent his 40+ post-college years dealing with gas turbines from many perspectives—including US Navy, EPC, O&M (owner and third party), asset management, component repair/reverse engineering/manufacture, mobile powerplant packaging, and depot MRO management.

Hulse’s deep technical experience—aero engines such as the FT4, FT8, LM2500, LM6000, and Allison in particular—underpins his work in the development of depot-level work scopes, conduct of root-cause failure analyses, guidance on plant audits and best practices, and as an expert witness.

The six lessons learned profiled here are almost certain to offer one or more ideas on how to improve current O&M practices and promote employee well-being at your plant. Easiest way to reach Hulse is via LinkedIn, where he is incredibly active in sharing valuable information with users.

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