Best Practices in Maintenance & Reliability in Kuala Lumpur

Best Practices in Maintenance & Reliability

7-8 March 2018, Kuala Lumpur  РMalaysia

Best Practices in Maintenance & Reliability

Organisational Impact:

The organisation will:

  • Gain an understanding of the sources of maintenance costs
  • Be able to focus its resources on the events that contribute most to costs
  • Gather and structure failure data in a meaningful way
  • Eliminate defects that are driving costs

Personal Impact:

The organisation will:

  • Understand the behavior and events that are driving costs
  • Understand how poor reliability is a major factor in the cost equation
  • Implement a PM program to improve reliability
  • Implement root cause analysis to eliminate defects
  • Apply best practice work management to ensure early detection and correction of defects

About NASH Training:

Our courses are designed with the aim of providing our clients the latest practical tools and techniques crucial to solve business challenges within the organization. We also create a platform for our clients to gain invaluable experience through benchmarking and networking with their peers on a global scale. For all of our training courses, we target to equip our clients with the latest emerging trends, innovation practices and future opportunities for their respective industries, both locally and internationally.

Best Practices in Maintenance & Reliability:

Maintenance Management Best Practices are critical for every successful individual and company. This comprehensive training course has been designed to benefit both qualified new professionals as well as experienced professionals who might need to refresh their skills. It covers all the fundamentals of Maintenance Management that a suitably qualified professional would be expected to carry out during his duty starting with the first steps and building up in a stair case fashion to a fully functional maintenance organisation.

Lower revenues due to lower commodity prices have placed equipment life-cycle costs under the management spotlight like never before. Maintainers are faced with the challenge to deliver the same levels of equipment safety, reliability and availability with smaller budgets. This Maintenance & Reliability training seminar introduces the practical tools and practices that organizations need to adopt to drive down their equipment life-cycle costs in practical ways. This training seminar emphasizes the most effective strategies, policies, tactics and practices that are needed to ensure the reliability, integrity and durability of the physical assets through their life-cycle.

This training seminar will highlight:

  • Financial concepts of costs, capital, profit and return on investment
  • The model for asset healthcare
  • Cost impact of equipment failure and degradation
  • Proactive practices and tools to reduce maintenance costs
  • Failure analysis to focus cost reduction efforts
  • Work management to improve resource efficiency

Benefits of Attending:

By the end of Maintenance Planners & Schedulers Skills course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of costs, capital, profit and ROI
  • Understand the cost impact of unanticipated failure
  • Apply proactive policies to reduce future maintenance costs
  • Structure and analyses failure data to reduce repetitive failures
  • Identify root causes of unanticipated failure costs
  • Reduce resource costs through efficient work management practices
  • To instruct Maintenance Management optimization best practice techniques
  • To provide opportunities to discuss the application of these best practices
  • Provide an opportunity to learn these concepts through practical exercise

Course Outlines:

  • An Overview of Key Maintenance Work Processes
  • Preventive Maintenance and Maintenance Strategy
  • Maintenance Logistics and Cost Control
  • Maintenance Team Work
  • Equipment Life-cycle Cost Introduction
  • Cost Factors and Causes
  • Breaking the Cycle of Degradation and Costs
  • Cost Reduction through Defect Elimination
  • Work Management converts Strategy to Practice
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