Posted by: timtraining | April 28, 2011

PREVENTIVE & PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE April 26-29, 2011 at The Jayakarta Bandung

OBJECTIVE

Preventive and predictive maintenance is a maintenance system which very reliable to prevent some sudden troubles or breakdown that may happened on factory’s tools/equipments. The sudden troubles are very potential things that caused a big loss in production process. The effects of this problem are some failure to achieve production target, the lack of personnel, unprepared spare parts, etc. Preventive and predictive maintenance application system starts from standard arranging, activity planning, realization supervising, and, as the finish line is, evaluating and analyzing the maintenance’s result.

 

WHo should attend?

This special course is designed for manager, supervisor, engineer, planer, foreman, and technician. Also, for those who are in operations, engineering and purchasing division and who would like to acquire an understanding of how the quality of the maintenance function affects their function.

What will the participant get? 

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Develop, implement and supervise the preventive and predictive maintenance program
  • Economize the time, money and company’s resources by using sophisticated technique and method in order to optimize the affectivity of maintenance.
  • Prevent the company’s equipment and tools from damage and make the machine’s living period longer.
  • Decrease the down time
  • Increase the profit

COURSE OUTLINE

Why Preventive & Predictive Maintenance

Apprising maintenance performance and effectiveness

Typical maintenance controls

Reactive maintenance

Anticipative maintenance

Ascertainment of equipment condition

The need for preventive maintenance

Why preventive maintenance

Preventive Predictive maintenance objectives

Preventive Predictive maintenance prerequisites

Preventive maintenance feasibility analysis

Policies

PM program functions

Cost impact

Saving potential

DEVELOPING THE PREVENTIVE PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

Assignment of organizational responsibilities typical maintenance functional assignments operational concepts

Equipment to be included

Equipment inventory sheet – examples

Equipment numbering concepts

The PM work order

Developing the inspection sheet

ECS rating sheet as cross reference

Sample of equipment components

Spare parts and material needs

Inspection sheet examples

Determining the frequency cycle

Frequency cycle examples

Scheduled frequency overview

Developing job safety practices – typical examples

Considering manual versus computerization

Predictive maintenance can determine maintenance requirement

Predictive maintenance and its applied techniques as part of the PM program

Vibration analysis

Wear particle analyzing

Thermography

IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

Job planning

The planning function

Planning, Service to do

Job planning prerequisite

Planners qualifications

Duties and responsibilities of planners

The hob package

Line supervisors qualifications

Planning permits Us, to forecast, communicate and measure

What job should be planned

Time required to perform work…labor content

Standard defined

Consistency of estimating

Estimating methods

Work backlog

Scheduling of maintenance work

PERT and CPM as scheduling tools

Loading of the PM work order

Load leveling

Weekly scheduling

Manpower requirements forecasting

Forecasting by crew

Forecasting by department

Weekly schedule – Computer and manual example

Training of personnel

CONTROLLING THE PREVENTIVE PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCESS

Preventive maintenance administration

Planned maintenance

Special tools and equipment

Service user coordination

Equipment availability

Service user notification – examples

Automotive notification – examples

Control reporting

What should be included

Schedule for supervisor

Schedule for supervisor service user

Overdue for maintenance and service user

Missed PM report for maintenance and service user

Complete PM’s

Summary report of all PM’s completed

Listing of all PM’s set-up in program

Planning and scheduling index example

Assurance of work performed

Conformance and auditing

Feedback evaluation/corrective action cycle

EXAMINING RESULTS

Effectiveness of the preventive maintenance program

Refining the PM program

3Correlating preventive maintenance to breakdown maintenance

Measuring and appraising the PM program

Equipment history

Analyzing equipment failures

Some relevant maintenance control indices

APPLICATION EXERCISE

How to organize, develop and implement a successful preventive maintenance program summary

Adapting the PM concept at your location

Hands-on exercise

Course Leader:

This specially designed course will be conducted by DR. IR. Tri Yuswijayanto Zaenuri is an expert in Combustion Engine, Propulsion System and Fluidal Mechanic, who has a career in this engineering field for more than 15 years. He graduated from mechanical engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung in 1987 and continued his study in Technische Universitaet Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld , Germany until he got the “Doktor Ingenier” (Dr.Ing) title in Tribology and Kinematics (Reibungstechnik und Maschinenkinetik) on 2000. He is the Head of Combustion Engine and Propulsion System Laboratory in Institut Teknologi Bandung. He is active in projects that arranged by the cooperation with educational institutions, government and private company.

General Information

 

Facilities

ü  Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)

ü  Quality training kits included calculator, T-shirt or jacket, cap, ect.

ü  Exclusive flash disk.

 

Tuition Fee & Registration  Deadline

IDR 8.250.000,-/ Person, (excluded tax 10% and accommodation)

Discount 5% if register 2 (two) person from one company

Discount 10% if register 3 (three) person or more from one company

Registration and Payment deadline a weeks before training held.



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