Identifying Critical Mass and Worker Density Constraints when Planning a Maintenance Outage: A Case Study
Daniel Evoy solves your company's problems with expert knowledge, industry experience, and energy. Daniel began his career as a financial analyst at a major integrated oil and gas company in 1982, after graduating from McGill University with a degree in engineering, a post-graduate degree in management, and professional designations as an engineer and accountant. He progressed through various positions with increasing responsibilities in a variety of areas, including project/construction management and facilities maintenance, where he helped his employer achieve superior workplace safety and business results.
Daniel now works with businesses in the fields of facilities management, particularly equipment maintenance and reliability, project/construction management, and cost controls.
With more than 35 years of experience, Daniel has the ability to work with people at all levels of an organization and can assist in the implementation of any needed work process improvements. His knowledge and experience can be a huge help to your company and its objectives.
Daniel continues to volunteer in his community, serving as a director and board member of local non-profit organizations, among other things