Operation & Maintenance & Modifications (O&M)

Forship develops and executes long-term operation and maintenance services, focused on maximizing operational efficiency - safety, performance and availability. These services begin with the handover and receipt of the plant, integrating the activities with the construction and commissioning schedule, with particular attention to the start-up of the systems.

The scope of the service includes comprehensive O&M activities:

  • Operations and maintenance general plan
  • Planning and execution of theoretical and on-the-job training
  • Customization and implementation of the operations management and recording
  • Implementation of the maintenance management system
  • Employment of highly qualified and trained management, operations and maintenance teams
  • Supply and management of consumable materials, tools and spare parts
  • Inspection


In order to optimize the performance of the equipment and reduce operational costs, Forship executes preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance, with total safety and minimal downtime. So as to ensure faster solutions, Forship team is also qualified to operate the main Computerized Maintenance Management Softwares (CMMS) available on the market, interacting at all stages of the maintenance process.

  • Review of the maintenance system
  • Implementation of preservation and maintenance management systems
  • Mechanical, electrical and instrumentation maintenance
  • Evaluation and optimization of the performance of equipment and systems
  • Evaluation of wear and corrective action
  • Corrosion and thermal protection
  • Studies for installation improvement
  • Maintenance plans for periodic plant shutdowns
  • Preparation of manuals, procedures and maintenance task lists


Prevention and maintenance are essential for optimizing performance and maximizing cost reduction. Forship's expertise in executing these services enables the company to verify and suggest modifications aimed at improving the plant performance, its safety and operational reliability.

  • Review of the maintenance system
  • Evaluation and optimization of the performance of equipment and systems
  • Implementation of new systems
  • System conversion
  • Modifications in the installations
  • Studies for installation improvement