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Managing Plant Reliability & RCM

Taking care of assets is about managing the risk of equipment failure and the resulting impact on business. It is normal behaviour to recognise that looking after equipment is fundamental to delivering lean manufacturing excellence, yet, in some businesses, expenditure on maintenance is still considered a necessary evil.

Course Aim

MCP’s City & Guilds accredited Managing Plant Reliability 3 day training course will teach delegates that taking care of assets is about managing the risk of equipment failure and the resulting impact on business. Developing risk-based plans can reduce work load by up to 30%. Having a structured risk based approach is key to best practice maintenance and reliability is imperative for companies delivering optimum levels of customer service.

Delegates on the Managing Plant Reliability course will be given an understanding of:

  • How to develop the ‘right’ plans to follow a process that focuses maintenance attention on the most critical items yet putting in place a regime for all maintainable items.
  • The value of reliability and to understand the principle tools needed to define the ‘right’ level and ‘right’ application of maintenance options.

Should you attend?

Users and maintainers of equipment, plus managers, leaders and coaches responsible for improving equipment performance.

Managing Plant & Reliability Course Content

  • Asset identification
  • Plant criticality assessment
  • Types of maintenance failure
  • Key techniques for selecting the ‘right’ approaches to be included in an annual maintenance plan, eg. Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM), Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Overhaul management
  • Impact of Life Cycle Costing (LCC)

Duration

3 days

Certification

City & Guilds

Course Price

£710 + VAT

Dates & Location

October 27-29 in Reading

March 9-11 2015 in Reading

Managing Plant Reliability Training