The course illustrates how, in view of developments in maintenance theory and practices, equipment availability and reliability have an impact on competitiveness. The main aspects covered are: definition of progress targets, maintenance planning, overall cost of failure and performance rating.
On completion of the course, participants: are familiar with current trends in maintenance policy (TPM, RCM, …) and are capable of deciding whether they are applicable to a given case; know how to set goals in terms of overall corporate efficiency and not only in terms of the maintenance budget; understand reliability analysis and improvement techniques, without being a specialist; know the conditions for successful management of major unit overhauls (turnarounds); are capable of determining a subcontracting policy.
1. MAINTENANCE POLICY AND OBJECTIVES
Maintenance policy and plant policy. Financial, technical and human objectives. Current trends: TPM, intensive subcontracting, RCM… Means of adapting to a given situation. Condition-based, preventive and corrective maintenance methods and their respective importance. Conditions for effective implementation. Necessity for each method and its limitations. Maintenance work management: criticality of pieces of equipment, priorities, spare parts inventory management.
2. EVALUATING AND MONITORING RELIABILITY
Descriptive statistics: reliability and reliability indicators, equipment performance monitoring in terms of availability and maintainability. MTBF, MTTR, … Statistical functions and their applications to preventive maintenance, equipment redundancy studies, standby machinery policy. Pareto’s law, identification of bad actors.
3. RELIABILITY ANALYSIS AND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES
Classification of equipment and resultant policies. AMDEC. Areas of application, basic techniques, probability estimation, common methodological errors. Failure trees. Purpose of the method. Practical calculation techniques. Reliability centred maintenance. Use of decision logic. Detection and elimination of concealed failures.
4. MAINTENANCE COSTS AND FAILURE COSTS
Overall failure cost, inefficiency cost. Cost factors. Overall equipment, efficiency concept, adaptation to the petroleum and petrochemical industries. Practical simplified calculation. Performance monitoring. Life cycle cost. LCC approach applied to the choice of investments. Possible use in estimation of optimum life duration. Spare part
Purpose, conditions for efficiency. Why contract work out, what know how to retain, how to maintain control. Different types of contract. Which type to use. Quality assurance and safety. Contractors selection, audits, partnerships. Recent experience. Responsabilities and regulatory aspects.
6. SHUTDOWN MANAGEMENT
Detailed preparation. Permanent cost control. Planning. Identification of critical operations. Work management.Work site organization. Responsabilities. Safety objectives. Commissioning and preliminary start-up. Quality assurance and safety. Procedures. Reports and updates.
7. PROGRESS PLANS
From failure management to equipment management. Lowering the tolerance threshold for minor defects. Operators participation. Maintenance programs per equipment item and per equipment type. Management of changes. Rationalising inspection and spacing out turnarounds. Progress plans, key performance indicators. Maintenance audits. Self-rating.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Graduate engineers and supervisory staff from any processing industries who are involved in maintenance. It is also suited to staff responsible for production costs, and consequently for maintenance costs, and involved in equipment availability control.
|Metode Pelatihan||Jadwal/Agenda Pelatihan|
- Case Study
- Evaluation (Pre and Post Test)
- Kunjungan/Praktek (Menyesuaikan/tentative)
|- 7 sd 9 Januari 2020
- 11sd13 Februari 2020
- 10 sd 12 Maret 2020
- 21 sd 23 April 2020
- 18 sd 20 Mei 2020
- 9 sd11 Juni 2020
- 21 sd 23 Juli 2020
- 25 sd 27 Agustus 2020
- 15 sd 17 September 2020
- 13 sd 15 Oktober 2020
- 17 sd 19 November 2020
- 22 sd 24 Desember 2020
Catatan : Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta
|Lokasi & Investasi||Fasilitas|
|- Yogyakarta (6.500.000 IDR / participant)|
- Jakarta (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
- Bandung (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
- Bali (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
- Surabaya (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
- Malang (7.000.000 IDR / participant)
- Batam (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
- Lombok(7.500.000 IDR / participant)
|- FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara/Stasiun/Terminal)
- FREE TransporsiPeserta ke tempat pelatihan .
- Module atau Handout
- FREE Flashdisk
- FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
- Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
- 2x Coffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
- FREE Souvenir Exclusive
- Training room full AC and Multimedia
|Hotel untuk pelatihan ada beberapa pilihan seperti Hotel Ibis, Hotel Aston, Hotel Amaris, Hotel Cavinton, Hotel Hyatt, Hotel Grand Aston, Novotel, Hotel Harris, Hotel 101, Hotel Grand Mercure,Ritz Carlton, Hotel Ibis Style dan masih banyak pilihan menarik lainnya.
Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan. Dapatkan harga spesial untuk pengiriman minimal 3 peserta dari perusahaan yang sama.