Environmental staff, consultants and managers spend a large portion of their time developing and modifying spreadsheets. What if they could be built to reduce work using the best formulas for the right situations, were configured so they were easy to use and check, and if the documentation process was standardized so that expectations were clear? Investing time to make sure these work products are better will reduce labor cost, re-work and help you limit mistakes. Google might be your friend, but this course material is based on best practices compiled by our staff over the past several years and it has already been used to train users of many disciplines across a refinery. Leave the class with an Excel tool box that captures all the techniques covered.
Microsoft Excel Best Practices for Plant Professionals (And others)
10:00 am - 12:00 pm