BEMAS Reliability Engineering University - Session 3Begin: 2011-04-13
End: 2011-04-14 18:00 h
Increasing reliability through effective planning and scheduling
This course Provides the participants with a thorouh knwoledge of the work management cycle and an understanding of the organisational discipline required to make improvements. Key points of discussion include the identification of work, planning techniques, developping and executing a maintenance work schedule and the historical analysis of performance.
Course outline:This course differs from the standard maintenance planning and scheduling training courses in that each participant will be provided with the toolkit necessary to make real changes in their organisation upon their return to the workplace to include development of a communication plan, assessment of current practices, ans development of a rational improvement plan for success.
- Understand the concepts of maintenance waste and wrench time and the effect that effective work management techniques have on these elements.
- Understand the work management cycle and the specific techniques applied in each phase of the cycle to include.
- Measure their current performance in each aspect of the work management cycle and identify opportunities for improvement.
- Apply the special techniques required to plan and execute effective outages.
- Assess the current work management practices within their organisation and develop an improvement plan for success
Any personnel directly involved with the implementation, execution, and or management of a work management process within their organisation, to include maintenance and operating supervision, maintenance planners, and reliability resources.
Mike Gehloff has worked in the maintenance and reliabiilty discipline for 17 years with a wide range of experience both as a practitioner as well as a consultant. His particular area of expertise lies within the human performance aspects of the discipline, particularly in the work control (maintenance planning and cheduling), operator care and management systems area
Dates : 13 – 14/04/2011 - 08h00 – 18h00
Place: Brussels, Belgium*
Participation fee: € 1.595,- for members of BEMAS – €1.795,- for non-members
This 2 day course is part of the BEMAS Reliability University. The complete engineering university consists of five 2 day sessions. Participation fee for the complete Reliability University course € 6.295,- for members - € 6.995,- for non-members.
More info: www.bemas.org or call Alice Senga at +32 2 510 61 89
*At the "Royal Windsor Hotel Grand place", 5, Rue Duquesnoy - 1000 Brussels. Benefit from a reduction on the price of your room by mentioning BEMAS training. Limited number of rooms. First in, first served.
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