Power plants require comprehensive maintenance and repair protocols to ensure their safe operation and continuous functionality. In the planning of power plant maintenance, a group of engineers is often selected as maintenance supervisors. This team is responsible for overseeing and ensuring the implementation of maintenance programs in accordance with relevant power plant standards.
Implementing a maintenance program in a power plant comes with numerous complexities. If a problem arises in the plant and is not addressed promptly, it can pose a serious and threatening issue. Considering this, it is essential to have a meticulous and real-time control over the different components and elements of a power plant. However, performing such a level of supervision is not feasible with limited personnel. Therefore, power plants utilize computerized systems to track and continuously monitor their equipment.