Oil and Gas worker lay offs continue to rise
as crude oil nears $40.00 per barrel. Goldman Sachs raises the possibility of oil dropping to $20.00 per barrel. With lay offs around the world at a record high of over 250,00 employees the oil and gas workers that remain must work more efficiently and use tools that expedite trouble shooting processes in order to reduce downtime and keep their jobs. Read More . . .
When Canadian elevator technicians went on strike it drastically reduced their work force. So much so that supervisors had to take the place of 5 technicians for each supervisor in order to keep elevators up and running in Canada. They were able handle the repair orders by using Mag-Probes. This significantly reduced their trouble shooting time by separating mechanical from electrical problems on solenoid valves or relays in seconds. It doesn’t matter whether you are a oil and gas worker making tests in the oil and gas industry or the elevator industry. Downtime is lost potential revenue. Because of the financial losses in the oil and gas industry oil and gas workers can make a drastic difference when quickly separating mechanical problems from electrical ones when testing contactors.
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