The course concentrates on the development and application of maintenance plans and procedures that are optimised from the aspects of maintenance resources, costs and risk to the organisation.
The aim is to provide a thorough understanding of reliability centred and risk based approaches to machinery, equipment and system maintenance so that these can be applied within the delegate’s organisation, providing benefits including improved reliability, consistency and reduced maintenance and repair costs.
Methods that can be used to investigate and appraise asset condition and devise the most appropriate follow on actions are also explored along with the metrics required to measure and monitor asset reliability and maintenance performance.
Practical examples, guidelines and checklists will be provided as part of the course documentation
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at engineering, asset, maintenance and reliability managers and aspiring managers working within or supporting manufacturing, industrial, utilities or commercial sectors with responsibility for the application and improvement of maintenance plans and procedures.
The course is particularly supportive of asset intensive organisations with business critical operational assets.
How will I benefit?
After the course you will be able to:
- Understand risk based and reliability centred analysis approach, tools and techniques
- Develop a risk based maintenance strategy and recommend the most appropriate approach for your organisation
- Select and apply the most appropriate and practical risk based tools and techniques in order to establish optimised maintenance plans.
- Lead and inspire your reliability and maintenance team to embrace risk based approaches
- Develop asset condition appraisal tools and systems and apply them within your organisation
- Develop and use performance management through the application of relevant metrics and KPI’s for maintenance and reliability