Building Facilities Management, Operation & Maintenance

15-16 Apr, 2019, Kuala Lumpur

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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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Hotel Istana
73 Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, - 50200 Phone :(603) 2141 9988

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OVERVIEW

Building facilities management operation and maintenance is an interdisciplinary field devoted to the coordination of space, infrastructure, people and organization, often associated with administration of office blocks, arenas, commercial buildings, industries, schools, sporting complexes, hospital, hostel, etc.

 

To ensure the sustainability and continuous excellent performance of building facilities, the facilities management team should be well trained and professionally perform the tasks on the appropriate facilities management, operation and maintenance. This particular course is specially designed to provide the most up to-date guidance, added knowledge and appropriate approach of building facilities management, operation and maintenance.

OBJECTIVES
  1. Providing the most up to-date guidance, value added
    knowledge and appropriate approach of building management, operation and maintenance.
  2. Upgrading participants levels of confidence, competency and skills in performing the task of building management, operation and maintenance.
  3. Ensuring the continuous excellent performance of the building management, operation and maintenance.
  4. Extending the lifespan of the building and facilities.
  5. Being able to minimize operation and maintenance costs.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Technical and non-technical personnel who are directly or indirectly involved in the building facilities management, operation and maintenance; Building Facilities Manager, Building Manager, Building Facilities Engineer, Building Maintenance Executive, Chargeman, Technician, etc.
METHODOLOGY
  • Interactive Presentation
  • Case Studies
  • Discussions
  • Exercises
  • Questions and answers session.
  • Presentation shall be conducted in dual languages, English/Bahasa Malaysia
 
DAY 1
9:00 INTRODUCTION – WHAT IS FACILITIES MANAGEMENT?
 
  WHAT ARE THE AREAS OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT FOR A BUILDING?
 
10:45 FORMATION OF THE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION TEAM
Determine the most relevant personnel and number of workforce, basically depending on the size/capacity of the building, number and types of facilities equipment, operational duration, and functionalities of the building, etc.
1:00 Lunch

2:00 DETERMINING THE BEST METHOD OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
Such as formation of the building facilities management to adhere procedures and specific requirements, related standard operating procedures /SOP, safety and health procedures, compliance to regulatory requirements, compliance to fire regulatory requirements, etc.
  DETERMINING THE BUDGETING REQUIREMENTS, COST ACCOUNTING AND COST CONTROL PROCEDURES
 
3:45 DETERMINE THE MOST RELEVANT MANAGEMENT AIDS REQUIREMENTS SUCH AS STANDARD OFFICE MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS, ETC.
 
  DETERMINE THE MOST RELEVANT METHODS AND APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TEAM FOR THE BUILDING
Planning and scheduling, monitoring and operational procedures, and Standard Operating Procedures for maintenance
5:00 End of Day 1
DAY 2
9:00 DETERMINE THE BEST METHODS OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TO BE IMPLEMENTED
 
  DETERMINE WORK PRIORITIES
 
10:45 HOW TO AVOID WORK BACKLOG/REDUCE WORK BACKLOG
 
10:45 FORMATION OF STORAGE ROOMS FOR SAFEKEEPING MATERIALS FOR MANAGEMENT, AND OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TEAM
 
1:00 Lunch

2:00 FORMATION OF WORK CONTROL CENTER TO CHANNEL THE TASKS TO THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TEAM
 
  FORMATION OF THE CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT / DIVISION / UNIT, AND DETERMINE THE MOST APPROPRIATE METHODS OF CUSTOMER SERVICE FEEDBACK
 
3:45 DETERMINE THE MOST APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES FOR COST ACCOUNTED, RECORD, ANALYZE AND MEASURED
 
  CONCLUSION
 
5:00 End of Course