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Maintenance and Reliability Masterclass

Overview

Course Description

The reliability of a producing machine cannot be kept constant during its operating life due to deterioration process especially in harsh operating conditions. This is why failures and malfunctions are expected if no thing is done to maintain the technical specifications of the machine. There are many ways to achieve reliable producing machine during its operating-life. One way is modelling the time to failure statistically to regularly plan maintenance actions. The model can be optimised with respect
to maintenance cost minimisation. In this course, participants will be provided with knowledge and experience of modelling, model application, maintenance optimisation for cost-effective replacement decisions and losses due to applying this technique.

 

All employees should have the necessary tools and training to enable them to identify and eliminate or reduce the hazards they may face in the work in which they spend their working days. This includes potential ergonomic hazards which are more difficult to identify due to the sometimes, long term effects involved.

 

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for those who whish to apply maintenance effectively for maintaining machines’ quality and productivity, such as but not limited to engineers, work-group leaders and technicians with background in production, service & maintenance, condition monitoring, quality or production logistics.

 

Course Objectives

  • To provide the participants with the knowledge and experience concerning:
    • Theories, methods and tools for better understanding of reliability and dependability
    • Maintenance modelling and optimisation
    • Maintenance management and reliability
    • Preventive maintenance and company’s business
    • Replacement decisions
    • The course will be directed towards the enhancement of all employee skills and capabilities in the field of workplace safety issues including all details related to personnel safety.

Location & Date

Fees

  • 2020
    • Per participant
    • USD 4,000
Fees + VAT as applicable
Tax Registration Number : 100139824100506

Course Outline

  • Course Outline
    • Introduction to maintenance
    • The six purposes of maintenance Machine technical reliability;
    • Maintenance Best Practices
    • Maintenance by Plan vs. Maintenance by Default
    • Equipment Reliability
    • Equipment reliability and availability
    • Lowering Life Cycle Cost
    • Understanding Life Cycle cost (LCC) concepts
    • Description of what does it mean in reality
    • Application of machine reliability in industrial environment
    • Dependability today and tomorrow;
    • Definition of dependability, Elements constituting dependability, and Its applicability today and in future
    • Modelling of the time to failure:
    • How to model the time to failure? & why we should model it?
    • Strengths and weakness in application of modelling the time to failure
    • Possible applications and accuracy of modelling the time to failure
    • Maintenance optimisation: why, how, benefits and losses
    • Impact of maintenance strategy on machine reliability
    • Introduction to Ergonomics
    • What is ergonomics in the workplace environment
    • The consequences of poor ergonomics
    • Repetitive motion injuries
    • First aid
    • Material handling in the office environment
    • Fire fighting systems
    • Office fire fighting and evacuation in the event of an incident
    • Electrical safety in the office
    • Tool safety in the office and in the workplace
    • Workplace machines
    • Noise concerns
    • Heat concerns
    • PPE
    • Personnel safety
    • Workplace material hazardous
    • Workplace chemicals
    • Slips and falls
    • House keeping
    • Safety issues in house keeping
    • Handling materials with risks