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PREDICTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

PREDICTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 28-30 Maret  2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 17 – 19 April  2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 01 – 03  Mei  2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 26 – 28 Juni 2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 03 – 05 Juli 2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 01-03 Agustus 2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 11 – 13  September 2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 02-04 Oktober  2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 27-29 November 2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant
Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta | 18-20 Desember 2012 | IDR  6.000.000 per participant




OUTLINE

  1. WHY PREVENTIVE & PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
    1. Apprising maintenance performance and effectiveness
    2. Typical maintenance controls
    3. Reactive maintenance
    4. Anticipative maintenance
    5. Ascertainment of equipment condition
    6. The need for preventive maintenance
    7. Why preventive maintenance
    8. Preventive Predictive maintenance objectives
    9. Preventive Predictive maintenance prerequisites
    10. Preventive maintenance feasibility analysis:
      • Policies
      • PM program functions
      • Cost impact
      • Saving potential
  2. DEVELOPING THE preventive PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
    1. Assignment of organizational responsibilities typical maintenance functional assignments operational concepts
    2. Equipment to be included
    3. Equipment inventory sheet’ examples
    4. Equipment numbering concepts
    5. The PM work order:
      • Developing the inspection sheet
      • ECS rating sheet as cross reference
      • Sample of equipment components
    6. Spare parts and material needs
    7. Inspection sheet examples
    8. Determining the frequency cycle:
      • Frequency cycle examples
      • Scheduled frequency overview
    9. Developing job safety practices ? typical examples
    10.  Considering manual versus computerization
    11. Predictive maintenance can determine maintenance requirement
    12. Predictive maintenance and its applied techniques as part of the PM program:
      • Vibration analysis
      • Wear particle analyzing
      • Thermography
  3. IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
    1. Job planning
    2. The planning function
    3. Planning, Service to do
    4. Job planning prerequisite
    5. Planners qualifications
    6. Duties and responsibilities of planners
    7. The hob package
    8. Line supervisors qualifications
    9. Planning permits Us, to forecast, communicate and measure
    10. What job should be planned
    11. Time required to perform work labor content
    12. Standard defined
    13. Consistency of estimating
    14. Estimating methods
    15. Work backlog
    16. Scheduling of maintenance work:
      • PERT and CPM as scheduling tools
      • Loading of the PM work order
      • Load leveling
      • Weekly scheduling
    17. • Manpower requirements forecasting
      • Forecasting by crew
      • Forecasting by department
    18. Weekly schedule – Computer and manual example
    19. Training of personnel
  4. CONTROLLING THE PREVENTIVE PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCESS
    1. Preventive maintenance administration
      • Planned maintenance
      • Special tools and equipment
      • Service user coordination
    2. Equipment availability
      • Service user notification ? examples
      • Automotive notification – examples
    3. 3. Control reporting
      • What should be included
      •  Schedule for supervisor
      • Schedule for supervisor service user
      • Overdue for maintenance and service user
      • Missed PM report for maintenance and service user
      • Complete PMs
      • Summary report of all PMs completed
      • Listing of all PMs set-up in program
      • Planning and scheduling index example
    4. Assurance of work performed
    5. Conformance and auditing
    6. Feedback evaluation/corrective action cycle



INSTRUCTOR

Ir. Rini Dharmastiti, M.Sc. Ph. D.



DELIVERY TYPE

Lecturing, interactive discussion, and case study.



TIME & VENUE

  • 28-30 Maret / 17-19 April / 1-3 Mei / 26-28 Juni / 3-5 Juli / 1-3 Agustus / 11-13 September / 2-4 Oktober / 27-29 November / 18-20 Desember 2012
  • Hotel All Seasons – Yogyakarta



FACILITIES

  • Quality Training module
  • Stationeries: notebook and ballpoint
  • Training bag or backpack
  • Morning and afternoon coffee break for a long of the training
  • Exclusive T-Shirt
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Training photo
  • Transportation for participants from the airport/railway station to hotel/training venue (Minimal number of participants from the same company is 2 persons)
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