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MCP Consulting Group Ltd is a UK based consultancy firm established in 1987. We are asset management consultants and business improvement specialists, that provide maintenance, reliability and asset management consulting solutions to help you continuously assess, improve and engage, delivering world class performance.

Consultancy

MCP are asset management consultants and business improvement specialists, that provide maintenance, reliability and asset management consulting solutions to help you continuously assess, improve and engage, delivering world class performance.

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Asset Management Consultancy

MCPs asset management consultancy services enable the business to manage their assets and systems in a sustainable way.

Asset Management Consultancy

Change Management Consultancy

MCP helps organisations to manage change in the workplace to ensure that the business continually achieves its goals. By managing this change the business achieves greater competitive advantage.

Change Management Consultancy

Business Improvement Consultancy

MCP’s business improvement programmes will enhance the way your business is delivered. These programmes will involve a series of changes to processes, methods, systems, culture and ways of working that deliver real business benefits. We help our clients to achieve…

Business Improvement Consultancy

Training

MCP provides training to ensure your operators, technicians, engineers and operational managers develop the required skills to enhance your organisations knowledge and processes. Training can be delivered at our centres in Reading, Solihull and Derby, we also have the facility to provide on-site training.

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Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement is an essential part of the ongoing drive for product, process and service quality. MCP’s range of CI programmes provide the tools for organisations to regularly review their business processes that drive constant and sustained improvements.

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Continuous Improvement

Maintenance & Asset Management

Considered ‘best in class', these programmes enable businesses to manage their maintenance and assets in a sustainable way. Our methodologies optimise business performance through effective asset maintenance and whole-life cost approach.

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Maintenance & Asset Management

Technical Skills

Fast-changing regulations, rapidly advancing technology and customer aspirations, mean that it is essential to keep staff up to speed with developments in technology and regulations. By providing training, staff will be more motivated, more skilful and more productive.

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Technical Skills

Upcoming Training Events

23 - 26 January, 2017

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 1

This 16-day programme is designed for technicians who have no previous electrical background, to enable them to perform high frequency, low risk, first-line electrical maintenance tasks including safe isolation, replacement and testing of a range of common electrical devices (motors, sensors, contac...

23 - 24 January, 2017

Maintenance Planning & Scheduling

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling is designed to provide an understanding of the principles associated with work management including: Preventive maintenance Predictive maintenance Corrective work and repairs Maintenance projects and refurbishments It will provide you with the basis for impleme...

23 - 25 January, 2017

Achieving CMMS Data Quality (Supporting ISO55000)

Most of the Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) builds that we see are performed very badly. Usually, engineering consultants or companies who specialise in this type of activity are used to develop the data for CMMS population. The main reason for poor performance is a lack of governa...

30 - 31 January, 2017

Conducting RAM Modelling Studies

RAM (Reliability, Availability & Maintainability) Models are typically conducted as part of the design process for new projects. They are conducted to verify that the design will deliver the functional specification, in terms of availability and/or throughput. For these design phase RAM models g...

Our Process

Assessment

The first process to improvement is to measure the current business and scope for improvement; identifying opportunities for reducing cost and improving efficiency levels. To break down the barriers to improvement.

Engagement

The second process is to build a robust framework which provides structure for the workforce; improved employee morale, cooperation and organisational commitment; successful adoption of new processes and systems that deliver positive outcomes. To build stronger business communities

Improvement

The final process to improvement is minimising cost and improving key performance measures; combining the knowledge and skills of the operations and maintenance teams; ensuring these are supported by the other business functions to achieve these goals. To drive sustainable business change.

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10 Top Tips for Getting To Lean Equipment Reliability

REAP ALL THE REWARDS of lean equipment reliability Lean is about eliminating waste from any business process, not just manufacturing. However, many organisations that implement a Lean Thinking approach to production often pass over the opportunity to improve equipment reliability and the bottom line. Paul Rodgers, training practice manager at MCP Consulting Group, offers 10 top tips for taking full advantage of this opportunity.  It is … Read More

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Making the Most of Your Factory Assets

Peter Jackson, senior consultant, MCP Consulting Group, tackles the challenges to implementing an effective asset management plan by outlining 10 factors which need to be taken into consideration, analysed and acted upon. Leading manufacturing and service companies know that effective Asset Management is a basic need for long-term competitiveness. But even today, MCP has evidence that … Read More

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