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Advanced Technical Maintenance Management

Date: 11 December 2017 - 15 December 2017
Course ID: ADDQ054/2017
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $ + VAT: 5500 US$
Venue: London / UK

Introduction:

The course has been designed specifically for the benefit of Maintenance Technicians, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Planners and Program Managers.

The course will also be beneficial to Project Managers, Project Engineers, Discipline Engineers, Risk and Contract Managers presently working on Maintenance works in the service industry.

This course has been developed to provide such managers with an insight into the more advanced Maintenance techniques and processes that can be readily applied to any maintenance activity.

This course recognizes that maintenance risks vary over the life cycle of any asset and that many risk management approaches have been less than successful due to a variety of fundamental reasons.

PROJACS recognize how difficult it is for Maintenance personnel including Managers, Discipline Engineers and Contract Managers / Administrators to be able to detach themselves form the day to day maintenance demands to make time to evaluate and establish for themselves the real benefits afforded by the more recent maintenance management techniques and best practices employed in the service industries meeting today’s needs.

This course has been developed in order to address key aspects relating to the use of Reliability based maintenance techniques and approaches to risk management principles as they apply to any organizations operating assets.

Objectives:

Engineers involved in design, supervision, construction, maintenance or planning will find many direct links with their practice and requirements and can put the information provided to use immediately.

Daily Outlines:

Day 1:

• Facilities Definition

 What is Maintenance

 Changing World of Maintenance

 Traditional Methods & Risks

 Determining Maintenance Strategy

 Total Team Partnership

 Determining Maintenance Strategy

 Defining the Meaning of “PM”

• Best practices in implementing advanced maintenance

• Maintenance Management –

 Planned Maintenance

 Daily Workflow

 Work Order – Objective & Goals

 Work Order – Planning & Scheduling

• The Maintenance Planner

 Job Description

 Scheduling Review

• Design – construction processν

 Structuralν behavior- natural vs. forced

 Design standards and their relationship toν structural performance

o Degradation factors

o Maintenanceν levels

o Systematic maintenance programs





Day Two:

• Maintenance Management

 Data Analysis W.O. Backlog

 Analysis & Reporting

• Determining a Maintenance Strategy -

• Preventive Maintenance

 Age & Deterioration

 Develop a Program

 Techniques using Human Senses

 Train Craftsman Techniques

 Proactive Preventive Maintenance

Determining Maintenance Strategy -

Predictive Maintenance

Point of Failure

Potential Failure & On-condition Task

Categories of On-condition Techniques

On-condition Task Worth Doing

Implementation of Condition Monitoring

Failure Finding Task Intervals

Predictive Maintenance - Lubrication



Day Three:

• Implementing quality standards in maintenance

• Setting standards in maintenance & engineering technologies

• Total Productive Maintenance Strategy -

 Totally Productive Operations

 Review the 5S / Can Do

 Implementing TPM Principles

 What is TPM

 Senior Management Roll

 Challenging Traditional Thinking

 TPM in Business

 Managing the TPM Journey

 TPM Summary & Goals

• Maintenance Management – F.M.M.S.

 System Overview

 Systems Benefits

 System Start-up

 Maintenance Flow Chart

 Introducing & Operating

 Communication Planning

 Data Collection & Input Methods

 Interface & Auditing



Day Four:

• Maintenance Management

 Manage your Stores

 Inventory Management

 Management History Data

 Manpower Availability & Training





• Maintenance Management Indicators -

 Effective Maintenance Accounting

 Measuring Maintenance Performance

 Maintenance Effectiveness

 Maintenance Efficiency

 Systems Functioning by Auditing

 Direct Benefits from Using F.M.M.S.

 Indirect Benefits from Using F.M.M.S.

 TPM Principles

• Maintenance Management -

 Managing Change

 “Where is our Company’s Needs”

• Maintenance quality measurements

• Maintenance contract management



Day Five:



Engineering Implementation Matrix Based on CMMS Software

1-Entering Supporting Data in “Building Block” Applications

 Labor

 Labor Group

 Labor Reporting

 Crafts

 Calendars

 Companies

 Tools

 Failure Codes

2- More Building Block Steps; Develop equipment and operating location

 Equipments

 Operating Location

 Asset Catalog Set-up

 Service Contracts

 Document Management

3- Engineering Implementation Preventive Maintenance

 Job Plans

 Routes

 Condition Monitoring

 Implementing Material Management Inventory

 Inventory Control

4- Item Assembly Structures

 Implementation Safety

 Safety Plans

 Safety Hazards

 Safety Precautions

 Lock Out / Tag Out

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