FUNDAMENTALS OF PLANT MAINTENANCE COURSE
Since operational performance in the industrial environment is heavily dependent upon plant and equipment performing according to design, the achievement of sustainable operational excellence demands that employees have skills in Plant Maintenance. This scenario applies not only to engineering staff, but also those who uses the assets. Fundamentals of Plant Maintenance is a comprehensive introduction to the maintenance function that is accessible to both engineering and production personnel. The material is outcomes-based and designed such that both new entrants to the maintenance field and experienced practitioners can benefit from the concepts covered.
At the end of the in-plant course, all participants should have been able to:
- Highlight the various resources required to develop and manage a working preventive maintenance programme;
- Discuss various human resource options and structures used to manage maintenance and their pros and cons;;
- Describe the major business processes associated with maintenance programme development, implementation and optimization;
- Describe and calculate the various key performance indicators used to measure maintenance programme inputs and outputs.
- Introduction to Plant Maintenance
- Failure and its Detection
- Maintenance Philosophies
- Maintenance Programme Development
- Maintenance Planning and Execution
- Continuous improvement of the Maintenance Programme
- Management Infrastructure
Artisans, Maintenance Technicians, Maintenance Engineers, Engineering Supervisors, Process Engineers, Production Managers, Production Supervisors, Production Team Leaders and etc.