Electrical Operation & Maintenance for Building Services

27-28 Nov, 2017, Kuala Lumpur

FOCUSING ON
  • Introduction – Definition of Electrical Maintenance
  • Why Electrical Maintenance is Necessary?
  • The Disadvantages Neglecting Electrical Maintenance
  • Advantages of Electrical Maintenance
  • Types of Electrical Maintenance
  • When to do Electrical Maintenance?
  • What to Maintain?
  • Preparation of Electrical Maintenance
  • Maintenance Record and Analysis

    Course is conducted in English & Bahasa Malaysia
OBJECTIVE

Electrical failures account for millions of Ringgit Malaysia in damage and lost business every year. As generally known electrical infrastructure continuous to age, and this problem is only going to worsen unless active steps are taken to counter the trend. Ironically more than two-thirds of electrical system and equipment failures can be prevented by a routine maintenance program.

 

This course is specifically designed to provide the most appropriate guidance on the right approach procedures on maintenance of electrical systems and equipment.

METHODOLOGY
  • Interactive Presentation
  • Case Studies
  • Discussions
  • Exercises
  • Questions and answers session.
  • Presentation shall be conducted in dual languages, English/Bahasa Malaysia
AFTER ATTENDING THIS COURSE YOU WILL RETURN TO YOUR JOB…
  1. Upgrading your knowledge and skills level.
  2. Providing the most appropriate procedures of electrical maintenance.
  3. Minimizing downtime due to failures of electrical system and equipment.
  4. Increasing the smooth operations of the system and equipment.
  5. Minimizing cost of maintenance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • The most relevant technical personnel who are directly or indirectly involve in the operation and maintenance of electrical system of installation and equipment, such as Manager, Engineer, Technician, Chargeman, Electrician and etc.
DAY 1
9:00 INTRODUCTION – DEFINITION OF MAINTENANCE
  • To elaborate the actual meaning of electrical maintenance
10:45 WHY ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE IS NECESSARY? OBJECTIVES OF MAINTENANCE
  • To ensure the electrical system and equipment continuously operate as designed.
  • To minimize downtime due to failures of electrical system and equipment.
  • To lengthen the lifespan of the electrical system and equipment.
  • To minimize cost of maintenance.
12.00 DISADVANTAGES OF NEGLECTING ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
  • The electrical system and equipment operate without proper procedures and monitoring.
  • There is no warranty that the electrical system and equipment shall operate as designed.
  • There is no warranty that the system and equipment will reduce their rate of failures.
  • There is no warranty that the system and equipment will lengthen their lifespan.
  • There is no warranty the cost of maintenance will be reduced.
1:00 Lunch

2:00

ADVANTAGES OF ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE

  • The electrical system and equipment shall operate in a proper procedures.
  • The electrical system and equipment shall operate as designed.
  • The rate of failures to the electrical system and equipment shall be reduced.
  • The lifespan of the system and equipment shall be lengthened.
  • There is a warranty the cost of maintenance shall be reduced.
3:45 TYPES OF ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
  • Schedule routine maintenance
  • Breakdown maintenance
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Predictive maintenance
5:00 End of Day 1
DAY 2
9:00 WHEN TO DO ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE?
  • When the electrical system and equipment completed their installation and officially tested and commissioned.
10:45 WHAT TO MAINTAIN?
  • Electrical system of installation.
  • Electrical Substation (components of electrical substation – HV Switchgear, Transformer, Feeder Pillar, Cables etc)
  • Electrical Switchboard
  • Electrical equipment such as switchgears and etc.
12.00 PREPARATION OF ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
  • .Maintenance relevant technical personnel (Competent Personnel)
  • Maintenance tools, testing and measuring instruments.
  • Maintenance scheduled.
  • Maintenance Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Maintenance checklist.
1:00 Lunch

2:00 MAINTENANCE RECORD AND ANALYSIS
  • All work done shall be recorded and documented.
  • All work done shall be measured and their cost is recorded.
  • All work done shall be analyzed to determine any weaknesses and upgrading if necessary.
3:45 QUESTIONS AND ANSWER SESSION
  • There shall be a questions & answer session before ending of the training program.
5:00 End of Course

 

LEARN FROM THE BEST

HJ. ROZALI BIN AYED has over 49 years of field experience in electrical engineering, and he currently serves as Technical Director for Karo Engineering Services specialized in installation, testing and maintenance of electrical installation. Throughout his 49 years of careers in the field of electrical engineering, he has held numerous positions such as Senior Chargeman, Senior Technician, Foremen, Assistant Engineer, Project Manager, Facility Manager, Consultant Engineer, Technical Advisor, and has served for both the public (Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia) and private sectors.

 

He also possesses a great wealth of experience in teaching, lecturing, consulting for over 38 years, and he is currently engaged with the Construction Industrial Development Board of Malaysia (CIDB) as a Valuation Officer for the Site Supervisory Certifications in electrical construction works. In addition he is officially recognized as Train The Trainer (TTT) awarded by Pusat Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB).

 

He has also passed special government examination to be qualified as Assistant Electrical Engineer, holder of Diploma Skills Malaysia in the field of “Electrical Technology” awarded by Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran Malaysia/Kementerian Sumber Manusia Malaysia. Holder of Professional Certification as Competent Electrical Engineer (supervisory), Competencies certifications as Chargeman Category B4 – 33kV and Wireman Category PW4 Three-Phase Testing and Endorsement awarded by Energy Commission of Malaysia. He has successfully attended Technical and Industrial Training organized by the Association of Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS), at NEC Corporation Tokyo, Japan (1984-1985), successfully attended User Training in Energy Management System (EnMS) – ISO 50001, and User Training in Fan Systems Optimization held in the year 2012 organized by Industrial Energy Efficiency for Malaysia Manufacturing Sector and collaborated with the United Nation Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

 

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Phone :03 2141 9988

 

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