The purpose of this procedure is to control the introduction of foreign material into critical plant systems and components in order to minimize the potential for damage to equipment, increase equipment reliability, and reduce equipment downtime.
Following Foreign Material Exclusion (FME) practices helps to eliminate costly damage and potential injuries. Keeping objects out of areas where they should not be left, is a common practice in most high-end technically advanced manufacturing plants, airport facilities, aircraft operations and the medical industry just to name a few.
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