PLANNERS' SCHOOL
LEVEL 2

Developing capability and improving understanding in: Work Management and Reliability Improvement; Reliability and Continuous Improvement; Operator Care; Improving the Maintenance Approach; Inventory Analysis and Obsolescence; Condition Monitoring; Handling Data; and Defect Elimination.

EVERYTHING YOU

NEED TO KNOW


  • Work Management and Reliability Improvement
  • Reliability and Continuous Improvement
  • Operator Care
  • Improving the Maintenance Approach
  • Inventory Analysis and Obsolescence
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Handling Data
  • Defect Elimination
  • Understand the process of asset management planning and its dependence on condition monitoring, inspections and reliability assessments
  • Use appropriate data gathering and management processes to inform risks to reliable performance and support the continuous improvement of assets
  • Improve the maintenance and operations of assets to avoid unnecessary downtime
  • Drive defect elimination and coordinate the activity of many stakeholders in an integrated approach
  • Plan improvement of the assets based on information about their condition and past reliability plus considering how long they have been operating and any environmental considerations
  • Understand techniques and methods to lift the reliability and performance of physical assets, ensuring they meet the objectives set for them by the business’ operational plans
  • Specify a valid approach which the participants can take back to their workplace to life asset performance and condition in their workplace
  • What does a good organisation look like in how it structures its operations, maintenance, reliability, supply, engineering and asset management teams?
  • Embedding continuous improvement in the delivery of maintenance work - defining the right work to prioritise and how to enable the improvement process
  • Teamwork between maintenance and reliability - how the two teams support each other and deliver measurable improvement
  • Understand the nature of data and how to read different kinds of reports - single measurements, time trends and spectral
  • Setting up a condition monitoring system in a structured way - what information to manage, standards to follow and what should be the intended outcomes?
  • Assessing the return from condition monitoring and if it is delivering the expected benefit
  • Reviewing a detailed reliability report - what is advised on where to improve critical plant and what are the problems which need to be addressed?
  • How a reliability engineer uses data to forecast improvements in complex equipment if changes are made to its design or maintenance
  • Total strategy for defect elimination through analysing failures, RCA, 5Y and fishbone analysis for multi-cause incidents
  • Using FMEA to improve the preventive maintenance strategy - what is a practical approach and what reports does it provide to lift reliability performance?
  • Implementing ten principles of Operator Driven Reliability to address simple preventable defects in the assets
  • Undertaking front-line observations of possible problems and what to look out for
  • WORK MANAGEMENT AND RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT

  • Reliability improvement in workflow
  • Stakeholders delivering reliability
  • Determining opportunities for improvement
  • Developing and prioritising the improvement plan

  • RELIABILITY AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

  • Reliability framework
  • Issues register
  • Condition assessments
  • Investigations
  • Defect analysis

  • OPERATOR CARE

  • Principles of Operator Driven Reliability (ODR)
  • Front line observation
  • Improving operator communication
  • Autonomous maintenance

  • IMPROVING THE MAINTENANCE APPROACH

  • Elements of Preventive/Predictive Maintenance
  • Asset criticality
  • FMEA
  • Improvement techniques – RCM, TPM, PMO
  • RBD analysis of systems

  • INVENTORY ANALYSIS AND OBSOLESCENCE

  • Stock out analyses and minimum holdings
  • Critical spares analysis
  • Obsolescence management
  • Alternative supplier analysis

  • CONDITION MONITORING

  • Condition monitoring framework
  • Overview of technologies
  • Using condition monitoring data
  • Achieving value from condition monitoring

  • HANDLING DATA

  • Work order history
  • Managing inspection data
  • Forecasting future problems
  • Reporting maintenance effectiveness

  • DEFECT ELIMINATION

  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Handling evidence
  • 5Y
  • Fishbone analysis
  • Peter Durrant commenced a dedicated maintenance career as an electrical fitter and an electronics technician. Peter holds a Diploma of Engineering and an MBA in Technology Management. He worked his way up through the ranks in the Navy to hold senior engineering roles both at sea and ashore with the submarine arm. After the Navy, Peter transitioned through facilities maintenance in the service sector to senior management roles in the resource sector with WMC Limited. Peter has also consulted and contracted in various maintenance and asset management appointments across industry. Peter has a broad, balanced view of the maintenance craft. Peter has significant experience in work management and the behavioural aspects of sustainable organisational change with operators and maintainers.

    For more info about content, schedule, pricing or onsite training, please contact:

    Claire Sauerman:

    M: 400 553 600

    claire.sauerman@theeventfulgroup.com

    Lisa Irving:

    M: 411 883 266

    lisa.irving@theeventfulgroup.com

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    COURSE OUTLINE
    8 CORE MODULES

    • Work Management and Reliability Improvement
    • Reliability and Continuous Improvement
    • Operator Care
    • Improving the Maintenance Approach
    • Inventory Analysis and Obsolescence
    • Condition Monitoring
    • Handling Data
    • Defect Elimination

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    • Understand the process of asset management planning and its dependence on condition monitoring, inspections and reliability assessments
    • Use appropriate data gathering and management processes to inform risks to reliable performance and support the continuous improvement of assets
    • Improve the maintenance and operations of assets to avoid unnecessary downtime
    • Drive defect elimination and coordinate the activity of many stakeholders in an integrated approach

    HOW IT WORKS

    • 16 hours of training, including comprehensive workbook
    • Designed for experienced planners
    • Public course runs over two days, including lunch and refreshments
    • Option to run a private course, at your site, tailored for your company
    • Online Live course runs over two weeks with Instructor coaching and participation
    • Online course is self-paced and can be accessed immediately