Scheduled Planned Maintenance & Predictive Maintenance

25-26 Oct, 2017, Kuala Lumpur

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS
  • Objectives Of Equipment Maintenance
  • Introduction To Scheduled Maintenance
  • Getting Started For Schedule Planned Maintenance
  • Prepare The Checklist And Determine Schedule
  • Executing The Planned Maintenance
  • Assessing The Planned Maintenance Effectiveness
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Predictive Maintenance Technique
INTRODUCTION

There is a traditional attitude on the part of maintenance that all breakdowns are the same and are all equally bad. This acceptance of the status quo is now intolerable and unacceptable in maintenance. A breakdown should be viewed with an analytical eye to see what difference it made to PQCSDM. Most failures are the result of deterioration which when left unattended, results in breakdown. As such a strong scheduled and predictive maintenance is a must if one wants to eliminate such unpredictable failures.

 

This course provides the required know-how for participants to understand how to implement both the Time Base Concept and the Condition Base Concept of Preventive Maintenance.

OBJECTIVES
  • Providing the insight of why equipments breakdown.
  • Understanding the real objectives of maintenance.
  • Defining why equipments deteriorate.
  • Using the time base schedule maintenance effectively.
  • Using the condition base predictive maintenance properly.
  • Strategizing for zero unplanned equipment failures.
METHODOLOGY
  • Interactive Lectures
  • Explanations
  • Case Studies
  • Group Discussions
  • Q & A Sessions
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • All Maintenance
  • PM
  • Equipment Personals - Technicians, Supervisors,
  • Engineers And Managers
  • Maintenance Managers & Supervisor
  • Maintenance Technicians
  • Equipment Engineers & Managers
  • Equipment Personnel
  • Technical Managers & Supervisor
  • Technical Assistants
 
DAY ONE
9:00 OBJECTIVES OF EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
  • Why equipments breakdown
  • The vision and mission of manufacturing
  • The three cultures of maintenance
  • The true objectives of equipment maintenance
10:45 INTRODUCTION TO SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
  • What is scheduled maintenance?
  • Six life cycle of deterioration
  • Why current planned maintenance are not effective
  • 12 steps systematic planned maintenance
12:00 GETTING STARTED FOR SCHEDULE PLANNED MAINTENANCE
  • Step 1. Determine the area of responsibility
  • Step 2. Determine equipment criticality
  • Step 3. Determine component criticality
  • Step 4. Preparing necessary documents
1:00 Lunch

2:00 PREPARE THE CHECKLIST AND DETERMINE SCHEDULE
  • Step 5. Preparing planned maintenance checklist
  • Step 6. Determine planned maintenance schedule
3:45 EXECUTING THE PLANNED MAINTENANCE
  • Step 7. Training the PM technician
  • Step 8. Prepare tools and replacement parts
  • Step 9. Performing the PM as per schedule
  • Step 10. Buy off planned maintenance activity
5:00

End of Day 1

 
DAY TWO
9:00 ASSESSING THE PLANNED MAINTENANCE EFFECTIVENESS
  • Step 11. Monitor and measure effectiveness using MTBF
  • Step 12. Continuously improve PM effectiveness
10:45 PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • Definition of predictive maintenance
  • Objectives of predictive maintenance
  • Myths about predictive maintenance
  • Why on-condition- monitoring
  • How to determine p-f curve
  • What is p-f interval?
  • The PdM cycle
1:00 Lunch

2:00 PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
TECHNIQUE - 1
  • Physical monitoring
  • SPC type monitoring
  • Equipment efficiency monitoring
  • Quality effect monitoring
  • Productivity efficiency monitoring
3:45 PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
TECHNIQUE - 2
  • Dynamic monitoring
  • Particle monitoring
  • Chemical monitoring
  • Physical effects monitoring
  • Temperature effects monitoring
  • Electrical effects monitoring
5:00

End of Course

AFTER ATTENDING THIS COURSE, YOU WILL UNDERSTAND AND BE ABLE TO STRUCTURE A GOOD EQUIPMENT BREAKDOWN PREVENTION PROGRAM…
  • Knowing what causes equipments to breakdown
  • Learning the real objectives of PM
  • Understanding how to select critical equipment and parts
  • Mastering systematic implementation of PM
  • Learning TBM vs. CBM concepts
  • Developing a PdM cycle
  • Understanding the uses of condition based maintenance
  • Being able to practice predictive maintenance techniques


 

LEARN FROM THE BEST

Mr. P. Balachandran brings to this course more than 17 years of solid industrial experience in the manufacturing sector as well as 12 years in maintenance manufacturing training and consultancy.

 

His experience includes that of Equipment Engineer, Section Head of Production, Production Manager and Training & Education Manager with well known corporations such as Motorola, Thomson Audio Electronics and Samsung Electron Devices.

 

Mr. Bala then became involved in management consultancy and trained full time in specific areas of manufacturing and maintenance training. His natural leadership style coupled with his vast industrial experience makes a valuable partner and resource in developing the workforce of the manufacturing sector and in trouble shooting.

 

Mr. Bala has trained more than 3000 professionals and some of the companies that have benefited from his expertise include Komag Malaysia, Minolta, Silitek, Sony Malaysia, Robert Bosch, TDK Malaysia, Swedish Motor Assembly, Western Digital, Dell Computers, Texas Instruments, TNB, Genting Sanyen, PROTON, Teck See Plastics, Hicom, Philips Semiconductor, Airod, B Braun, Carsem, Dynacraft, Seagate Industires, Mattel, Perodua, Johnson & Johnson and Malaysian Airlines System

 

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