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Maintenance Management Compendium

Maintenance Management Compendium
Prime Quality Training presents this international training course: "Maintenance Management Compendium". This course will be held from 18th to 22th June 2017 in Maputo, Mozambique. This course separates into two sessions. Attendees can book for one session or both. It is required for delegates to bring individual laptops to be used during the class.

Session 1 (18th to 19th): World Class Maintenance Strategies and Leadership
Session 2 (20th to 22th): Practical Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
This course is led by a principal consultant and professional engineer with 35 years of experience working in large firms and providing consulting services for such clients as ExxonMobil, Tetra Pak, PETRONAS, Ford Motors, etc.

Content

Session 1(2-day program outline): attendees will study and apply multi-perspective view to reach pacesetting reliability performance and gain leadership skills. The best practices offered also can help to increase cost-effectiveness, achieve sharper maintenance policies, slimmer budget and more motivated workforce.

*The reliability and maintenance strategy philosophy: Building blocks of an effective world-class maintenance strategy
*Maintenance Planning Coordination and Scheduling
*Effective Leadership, Strategies and Maintenance Culture
*Controlling, Measuring, Maximizing Maintenance Performance
*Session 2 (3-day program outline): attendees will be able to rationalize operation involvement in maintenance and reliability, learn about the implementation hurdles and the way to overcome them. The emphasis is on random failure prevention to achieve a pace-setting improvement of operational expenditure.

*Preventive & Predictive
*Reliability Centred Maintenance
*RCM Analysis – Partitioning
*Boundary
*Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
*FMECA Level of Indenture, Mechanism Identification, Consequences, *Maintenance Strategy
*Best practices for effective operation of Pumps, Compressors, Gas Turbines

Who Should Attend

VPs, Directors, Division Heads, Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technician & Engineers from the following departments:

*Maintenance
*Engineering
*Shutdown & Turnaround
*Reliability
*Preventative Maintenance
*Predictive Maintenance
*Condition Monitoring
*Rotating & Static
*Mechanical
*Asset Integrity
*Asset Management
*Operations
*Facility Management
*Plant
*Production
*Process
*Inspection
*Notable industries:
*Oil & Gas, Mining, Utilities, Petrochemicals/Chemicals, Manufacturing, Aviation, Transportation & Rail, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Government, Construction, Food & Beverages, etc.
*Others that see leadership skills and physical asset management as essential to business success

Benefits of Attending

Further knowledge and understanding in assuring facility integrity and reliability as well as preventing undesirable impact from functional failure:

*Creation of job plans for 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 and corrective maintenance procedures
*Creation of “spares to job plan” listing, appropriate spare identification
*Creation of “how-to-do” maintenance craft procedures
*Creation of man-hour estimates
*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 Maximum loading
*Review of scheduled use of spares stocking

For more Info. and quick BOOKING :- http://pri-qua.com/rg/Maintenance-Management-Compendium-new85120.html

Contact: +65-31-591-297
Website: http://pri-qua.com/
E-mail: Primequalitytraining@pri-qua.com

at Villa das Mangas Garden Hotel

Maputo, Mozambique

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