His advice, ”Introduce the need for a knowledge map, create a matrix with your equipment and what knowledge is required for this.” Do you have your knowledge up-to-date and available? Which brings me to the last point; do you want to depend on your continuity off of a person? Get the risk-knowledge mapping, don’t get caught, create the matrix, and formulate scenarios.
Jacqueline de Waal (Lifecycle Services Business Manager at Emerson Automation) talked about how long process automation can be maintained and provided by a supplier. Lifecycle services: ‘Everything relevant in the lifespan is for a DSC system. The core of the objective is to be within the period of the operations of your DSC system that continues to demonstrate what is the added value of your system, that you keep optimizing, and keep trying to get value from the system. Besides, it is also important that you look at the activities that extend the lifespan.