Prime Quality Training presents to introduce an international training course: “Maintenance Management Compendium”. This workshop includes 2 seperate course:
Session 1: World Class Maintenance Strategies and Leadership will be hold in 3 days: 18-20 July 2016
Session 2: Practical Reliability Centered Maintenance will be hold in 2 days, 21 & 22 July 2016 in Accra, Ghana. This course is led by our world renowned trainer
Session 1: World Class Maintenance Strategies and Leadership
This is a separately book-able 2-day World Class Maintenance Strategies and Leadership workshop which will allow attendees to study and apply pacesetting holistic multi-perspective view which is required to reach pacesetting reliability performance and gain essential leadership skills to effectively manage the different stakeholders involved in operating, maintaining and designing manufacturing facilities. It is also a proven opportunity to capitalise on proven Best Practices to devise and apply cost effective strategies for maintenance and achieve sharper maintenance policies, slimmer budgets, increased availability and a more motivated workforce.
Session 2: Practical Reliability Centered Maintenance
One of the key benefits of introducing RCM is the potential to rationalize operation involvement in maintenance and reliability, putting emphasis on random failure prevention associated with operating parameters rather than one sided focus on maintenance and inspection activities only, leading to an pacesetting improvement of operational expenditure. Analysis is always the easy part. Many RCM projects fail because there is not enough thought given to implementation and change management. In this 3-day Practical Reliability Centred Maintenance workshop, we will spend time to discuss the implementation hurdles and how to overcome them. Success criteria and pitfalls need to be well understood, so that they will get attention.
VPs, Directors, Division Heads, Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technicians, & Engineers from the following departments:
- Shutdown & Turnaround
- Preventative Maintenance
- Predictive Maintenance
- Condition Monitoring
- Rotating & Static
- Asset Integrity
- Asset Management
- Facility Management
From industries including but not limited to:
- Oil & Gas, Mining, Utilities, Petrochemicals/Chemicals, Manufacturing, Aviation, Transportation & Rail, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Government, Construction, Food & Beverages etc.
- All other industries that see leadership skills and physical asset management as a factor to business success such as facilities management and healthcare facilities management operations.
Key Learning Objectives
FMRIMS@RCM/RBI/IPF, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) pacesetting process outlined in the seminar will assure facilities integrity and reliability preventing any undesirable HSE impact resulting from loss of containment and function failure considering but not limited to:
- Creating job plans for all maintenance and inspection activities
- Validating the Maintainable Equipment List (MEL) and preparation of a hierarchy
- MEL criticality assessment
- Conducting Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) and Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) reviews on critical systems and equipment
- Identifying equipment reliability strategies
- Preparation of scheduled maintenance procedures
- Preparation of corrective maintenance procedures
- Creation of ‘spares to job plan’ listing, identifying all spares required to undertake the job
- Creation of ‘how to do’ maintenance craft procedures
- Creation of man-hour estimates per discipline for all activities
- Identifying job plan level of shutdown requirements
- Scheduling and smoothing the maintenance and inspection program
- Reviewing maintenance manning levels to craft work load profiles
- Development of data load files and Maximo loading
- Review of scheduled use spares stocking.