InstructorVictor Fashoro
TypeOnsite Course
DateMar 17, 2017 - Mar 21, 2017
Seat17/0
PriceTBC
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Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance

A major challenge facing Maintenance Directors, Executives and Officers today is not only to learn what maintenance techniques are available but also to decide which are worthwhile and relevant to their organizations. If the right choices are made, it is possible to improve asset performance and reduce cost of maintenance at the same time. Otherwise, new problems are created and existing problems get worse ultimately affecting the bottom-line, profits and subsequently market share.
The two-way interactive training (comprising step-by-step coaching with in-depth discussion, case studies and group exercises), will empower delegates with cutting-edge techniques and revolutionary strategies in developing, managing, sustaining and eventually applying reliability centred maintenance concepts in their activities.

Who Should Attend?

The course is designed for anyone who has responsibility for maintenance management, reliability engineering, Asset operations & Maintenance, Safety & Environment Integrity, Product quality and Customer Service. Specifically, people who occupy positions of General Manager, Head of Maintenance, Head of Operations, Superintendents, Plant Engineers, Team Leaders, Asset Managers, Engineering Managers, Head of Reliability in the following Industries will benefit immensely from this course:
Oil & Gas Industries; Chemical & Processing Plants; Power & Utility Plants; Cement Manufacturing; Food Processing; Steel and Mining. Others are consultants, Contractors, academics, specialists and solution providers.
What are the learning objectives?

In line with the key objectives, on completion of this course, delegates will be able to:
To introduce the concept and define the elements of Reliability Centered Maintenance, what it is and what it isn’t.
To prepare the individual and the organization for the RCM process.
To enumerate the benefits and importance of the concept, functions and desired performance standards.
To establish failure modes and their consequences
To evaluate the validity of various types of proactive maintenance techniques
To set tasks and identify persons responsible for those tasks
Implementing RCM decisions, when and how to audit RCM analysis
Providing insight into the best way to get started with RCM
Reinforcing the RCM process in the organization and the importance of team work.
To master techniques for handling specific, local issues

Pre-requisites:

No prior knowledge of RCM is required as long as a delegate has the capacity to learn and falls within the target audience enumerated under “who should attend”.
To ensure that delegates get maximum benefits, a pre-course questionnaire is expected to be filled by each delegate, which when analyzed will give an indication of each delegate’s training needs and enable the trainer deliver at an appropriate level.
After the course, the comprehensive course materials will enable delegates digest the issues further in their own time.

Course Content:

In-House Training Solutions
If an organization, society or group has a number of delegates with similar training needs, we will be pleased to offer an in-house training solution tailored to those specific requirements and delivered on-site.

Follow-on Courses:

– Principles of maintaining an RCM system (3 days)
– Plant Installation Start-up & Commissioning (5 days)

Section 1Welcome To The Course
Lecture 1IntroductionFree Preview
TOPICSReview
Scheduling
Resource Management
Project Risk Management
Issue Management
Project Quality Management
Change control
Configuration Management
Procurement
Teamwork and Leadership
Communication
Handover and Closeout
Project Reviews
Revision
Exam – OPTIONAL
Lecture 2Basic Of The Course
Lecture 3Why You Need This Course?