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Maintenance Planning and Reliability Engineering

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Day 1

Maintenance types.

─ Planned vs Unplanned maintenance
─ Prioritization of maintenance activities.
─ Measurements of maintenance
Planning :
─ Identifying and allocating of maintenance resources
-Estimating resources availability
─ Developing maintenance plans
─ The planner’s “Tool Box” – aids to improved planning
─ Developing effective and realistic maintenance programs
─ Equipment and maintenance standards
– Monitoring maintenance performance
– Quantitative techniques / ratios
─ Maintenance scheduling / controlling pending jobs

Day 2

Measuring Maintenance Performance and Making Improvements :

─ Statistical measurement of the maintenance efforts
─ Maintenance productivity and reliability
─ Minimizing emergency maintenance

– Understanding KPI (Key Performance Index)

Day 3

Scheduling :- Work Control & Monitoring

─ Developing a maintenance schedule
─ Scheduling methods – allocation, dynamic, queuing models
─ Developing daily and weekly work schedule
─ Optimizing resources, lead leveling, CIN scheduling
─ Trouble shooting electrical motor problems
─ Evaluating electrical systems

Report generation and Graphical Presentation:

─ Maintenance performance indices
─ Effective presentation of maintenance data
─ Graphical “do’s and “don’t’s “

Day 4

CPM Scheduling
– What is Reliability Engineering?
– Why do I need Reliability Engineering?
– What are Reliability Predictions?

Day 5

The techniques used in Scheduling Support.
– Fault Tree Analysis
– Event Tree Analysis
– Reliability Block Diagrams (RBD)
– Understanding MTBF
– Understanding HAZOP

Maintenance Planning and Reliability Engineering Course

This training program on Maintenance Planning, and Co-ordination & Scheduling is designed to cater to the needs of mechanical, electrical, operations and instruments personnel involved in maintenance activities such as Planning, Organizing, Directing, Staffing, Coordinating and Budgeting of maintenance activities related to any type of production organization.

This program is based on Pareto’s Model, which divides the entire system into subsystems and elements and accords maintenance priorities based on whether lack of maintenance or postponement shall lead to
 Unit shut down and production loss
 Environment hazards
 Equipment failure
 Accidents
 Total Plant Safety
 Occupational health hazards etc.

After attending this training program, participants shall be able to carry out maintenance planning and scheduling activities and reliability engineering activities more scientifically, using the knowledge gained by this program. For improving the understanding of the topic, a number of hands-on exercises are provided to the participants for their active role in the interactive training.

The course is focused on a number of disciplines such as: – Maintenance engineers, Operations, Instrumentation engineers, Planning Engineers, Reliability Engineers.

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