World Class Preventive & Predictive Maintenance Excellence – Doha & KL

World Class Preventive & Predictive Maintenance Excellence

19-21 March 2019, Doha – Qatar

27-28 March 2019, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

Preventive and Predictive Maintenance (PM&PdM) is the first line of defence for your physical assets, whether they are in a manufacturing plant, a university facilities complex, a hospital, a fleet of delivery trucks, a sports arena or a golf course. PM is that very important first step of performing PM tasks based upon time interval, miles or operating hours. And where PM leaves off, Predictive Maintenance (PdM) needs to take over and provide a “prediction” of potential failures based upon actual operating conditions.

World Class Preventive & Predictive Maintenance Excellence workshop will also briefly cover two more strategies that go way beyond PdM, Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM), and Risk-Based Maintenance (RBM). This practical course will:

  • Present in detail the key elements of PM and PdM maintenance approaches plus RCM and RBM
  • Explain their positive impacts on equipment reliability, productivity, and cost of maintenance
  • Describe how to develop and install a tailor-made PM/PdM program to obtain these results

It is an important “How to Do it Guide” for implementing, measuring results and successfully applying today’s best practices for Preventive (PM) and Predictive Maintenance (PdM). This course will help ensure you have other basic practices in place for a profit and customer-centered operation.

About The Trainer:

Mr. Jehad is both a certified and professional tutor and a consultant/trainer. From 1997 to 2008 he was responsible for professional training and development at Saudi Electric Company (SEC) and was the focal point for all professional and technical matters within the Institute and in the exchange of ideas and issues with other stakeholders. Jehad is a Fellow engineer of the JEA. As Technical trainer and consultant, Jehad has developed a number of training courses, including ‘Maintenance planning and scheduling, ‘Root cause analysis’, and others.

Jehad has been involved in maintenance and troubleshooting for over 25 years and has developed expertise in a number of areas, particularly technical, management , safety training.
Jehad has been personally responsible for introducing quality training into many companies in KSA and Gulf, to meet recognized international standards such as ANSI, IEC, IEEE, OSHA, Nebosh. Jehad is also an experienced and qualified trainer.

Following a successful career, holding training positions for several prominent organizations (SEC and SABIC), Jehad started his own training and consultancy business in 2008. Since then, Jehad has facilitated a variety of training courses, and provided consultancy, business improvement services for over 20 different organizations, in both the public and private sector.

Jehad is well-known as a very competent trainer. As well as running many in-company training courses for a wide variety of organizations, he has been a designing and delivering training courses since 1997. Jehad is also an experienced business traveler, having carried out consultancy and training assignments in countries throughout KSA, Kuwait, Bahrain, the Middle East and Turkey.

World Class Preventive & Predictive Maintenance Excellence Course Modules:

Day One:
Introductions, Participants Review Areas for Improvement and Select Project Teams

  • Today’s Maintenance Challenge
  • Maintenance Around the World
  • How to Ensure Other Best Practices are in Place
  • Developing Your Maintenance Excellence Strategy (Boeing Case Study)
  • Using The Scoreboard for Maintenance Excellence to Define “Where You Are Now”

The Maintenance and Equipment Audit: Key Step before Starting PM/PdM

  • Determine your current maintenance productivity
  • Establish your current equipment condition and equipment performance (baseline)
  • Determine the need for PM and PdM
  • Calculate costs and benefits of P/PdM

Determining the Right PM System for Your Type Maintenance Operation

  • Different types of PM
  • PM organization and staffing PM Techniques
  • How to determine PM requirements for your equipment
  • Equipment cleaning and lubrication
  • Equipment inspections, adjustments and servicing

Day Two:
How to Develop and Install a Good PM System

  • The 10-step PM installation program
  • Keeping an effective and useful equipment history
  • PM work orders/PM checklists/PM reports

How to Plan and Schedule PM and Measure Results

  • Determining PM frequencies and how to schedule PM
  • Time-based or usage-based scheduling
  • How to measure PM effectiveness and results
  • Measuring and analyzing downtime and downtime trends

Predictive Maintenance Techniques, Applications, and Instrumentation

  • Elements of PdM (mechanical and electrical)
  • Equipment condition monitoring
  • Predicting potential equipment breakdowns or expensive repairs

Specific PdM Techniques and Applications

  • Vibration analysis/monitoring
  • Shock pulse method
  • Spectrographic oil analysis
  • Ferro graphic particle analysis
  • Thermography/temperature measurement
  • Non-destructive testing (NDT)
  • Ultrasonic testing, and more

Day Three:
Getting Organized for PdM

  • Planning for PdM; the preparatory steps
  • Starting with a PdM pilot program
  • Scheduling PdM
  • Combining PdM with PM for greatest overall effect and least cost
  • Organizational requirements

Measuring Results of PdM

  • PdM database/data collection
  • Costs of PdM (equipment/instruments, labor, and services)
  • How to determine PdM benefits and return on investment (ROI)
  • Decision factors for in-house vs. contracted PdM

Components of a Well-Organized P/PdM Program

  • Equipment inventory/numbering system
  • Spare parts inventory/forecast
  • Sequence of tasks (PM and PdM routes)
  • Equipment and maintenance performance indicators and trends

Combining Planned Maintenance, PM, Pd and TPM for Best Overall Results at the Least Costs

  • Custom-making your maintenance system based on your equipment, plant location(s), and plant size
  • Selling your solution to management (and getting the budget and management commitment)
  • Phased installation for guaranteed results

Other Important Maintenance Best Practices

  • Continuous Reliability Improvement (CRI)
  • Making (RCM) Work for You
  • Strategies for Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
  • Using (RBM) as a Risk Management Tool
  • Maximize the Value of Your CMMS
  • Using the CMMS Benchmarking System
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