Management of Maintenance and Reliability – Best Practices Guidelines

Introduction
 

Our Management of Maintenance and Reliability – Best practices guidelines constitutes a four-day interactive training course aimed at giving trainees the overview of the five pillars of Maintenance and Reliability, as defined by the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals. The forth day of the course is optional as it is intended to prepare participants for the Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) Exam. The course is available at a reasonable price with custom-designed features according to your unique needs and delivered by extremely experienced Trainers.
 

 Why Join Our Course
 

 Over recent years many good practices in maintenance have been developed that have contributed to improved performance. This course is designed for maintenance and reliability professionals wishing to broaden their knowledge in the field of maintenance and reliability.

A best practice is typically a documented practice used by the most respected, competitive, and profitable organizations, that when implemented appropriately, it should improve performance and efficiency in a specific area. A best practice tends to spread throughout an industry after success has been demonstrated. 

All these aspects impact the performance of machinery and consequently affects production. A Good yield is directly dependent on the smooth functioning of mechanical assets. Hence every engineering professional needs to ensure they take care of their tools and fetch maximum output.
 

This course will provide participants with an up-to-date knowledge on maintenance management best practices covering modern tools and techniques. It includes  planning and scheduling, inventory management, reliability analysis tools, life cycle costing, the effective use of IT and a wide range of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

Syllabus and What You Will Learn
 

  •  Introduction

  •  Initial Assessment Exam

  •  Principles of Maintenance

  •  Asset Management

  • Introduction to Best Practices

  • Pillar 1 - Business Management

  •  Pillar 2 - Manufacturing Process Reliability

  • Pillar 3 - Equipment Reliability

  •  Pillar 4 - Organization and Leadership

  •  Pillar 5 - Work Management

  • Questions and Answers

  • Course Evaluation
     

 After completing the course, you will be able to evaluate existing maintenance programs, implement principles and strategies to manage maintenance effectively to improve asset reliability, set targets related to Reliability, understand the true cost of downtime, get acquainted with proactive maintenance methods, and reduce maintenance costs through efficient work management practices.

This course will help you to bring your theoretical knowledge into real-world application.

 

Who Needs to Join
 

 This highly practical and interactive course is suitable for:

  • Maintenance Personnel (Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation)

  • Engineers

  • Apprentice Engineers

  • Supervisors

  • Technicians

  • Operations Personnel

  • Health Safety and Environment Officers
     

 Requirements:
 

Participants are asked to bring their laptops or scientific calculators to the course. Management of Maintenance and Reliability – Best practices guidelines is a crash course specially designed for those who know scientific theory and lack how to do practices. We assume whoever is taking this course possesses sufficient theoretical knowledge and is highly enthusiastic to learn the required skills in a short duration of time.