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PREDICTIVE & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

16th - 18th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia

TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE


19th - 20th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia

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PREDICTIVE & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


16th - 18th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia
With ever increasing demands from top management to do more work and decrease costs, investing in predictive maintenance and condition monitoring makes more sense today than ever. While many organizations still rely heavily on time based maintenance, its a proven fact that condition monitoring maintenance requires less personnel and saves money and downtime

Course Overview
This course provides the fundamentals of PM, PdM and condition monitoring applicable to plants, facilities and manufacturing lines. Predictive Maintenance & Condition Monitoring will provide students with a framework to make the right decisions on what equipment needs condition monitoring, what technologies to use to meet their needs and how to measure the effectiveness of their decisions. In addition to exposing students to the principles and options for a program, they will learn about real world applications that have benefited other successful maintenance programs. By the end of this course, students will be able to go back to their facility and immediately apply what they learned to help make their maintenance process more efficient and less expensive. Training like this never costs it pays!

Benefits Of Attending
Upon completion of this course students will learn to: Identify Why Time Based Maintenance Doesnt Work Describe the Benefits of a PdM & Condition Monitoring Program Identify What Equipment to Monitor Understand Different PdM Technologies Predict What Maintenance Needs to be done and When How to Choose the right PdM Technologies for You Measure the Effectiveness of Maintenance Decisions Communicate the Condition Monitoring Program through the Facility How to Choose a PdM Service Provider How to Implement a PdM Program

Who Should Attend


This course is a must for anyone who is involved with maintenance at industrial plants, utilities or commercial and private building facilities. Attendees come from a wide variety of industries, skill-levels, company sizes, and job titles, so if youre not sure youll fit in or will benefit from the class, dont worry you will! People who will benefit from attending this seminar include
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Maintenance, Operations & Purchasing Managers & Personnel in:


Manufacturing Plants Commercial Buildings Utilities & Hospitals Waste Water Facilities Schools Government Buildings Shopping Centers Office & Apt Buildings

Including: Maintenance Personnel


Maintenance Managers Purchasing Agents Operations Managers Plant Managers Manufacturing Managers Production Managers

+6012-286-0704

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PREDICTIVE & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


16th - 18th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia

Course Outline
PdM or condition based maintenance attempts to evaluate the condition of equipment by performing periodic inspections while the equipment is still in service. The ultimate goal of PdM is to perform maintenance just in time, before the equipment fails in service. This two-day course is for maintenance personnel, operators and managers who desire to understand how condition monitoring can increase the efficiency of their maintenance program while reducing costs. This course will teach you what equipment to monitor, what technologies to monitor it with and how to measure your success. Students will gain an understanding of real world applications to help them implement a PdM program at their facility. Foundations for Improving Reliability

Developing and Fostering the Culture of Reliability

Product Mission Reliability Specifications Defining Universal Failures

Comparing Maintenance Strategies based on Cost and Availability


Run to Failure Scheduled Repair/Replacement On-Condition Inspections Case History

Predictive Maintenance Program Types


Predictive Maintenance Program Types Break down Preventive Predictive

Basic Concepts of FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) and FMECA (Failure Modes and Effects with Cause Analysis)

Basic FMEA Steps

Failure Rate vs. Time


Root Cause Analysis for Beginners


Bathtub Curve Definition: Weibull Distribution Curve of Failure Rate vs. Time

What Happened? How? Why? How to do Cause Charting for Root Causes Possible Causes

PdM Program Benifits

Recommendations Implementation Action Steps.

How to Develop a PdM Program Worksheet with Microsoft Excel

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TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE - TPM


19th - 20th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is the lean tool concerned with maximizing the efficiency of Production Machinery. TPM utilizes a team approach to remove the losses from machine areas by the introduction of autonomous maintenance programmes. This course utilizes practical examples to demonstrate the improvements the successful implementation of a TPM programme can make to a business.

Course Overview
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is the lean tool concerned with maximizing the efficiency of Production Machinery. TPM utilizes a team approach to remove the losses from machine areas by the introduction of autonomous maintenance programmes. This course utilizes practical examples to demonstrate the improvements the successful implementation of a TPM programme can make to a business. This course is ideally suited to personnel from Production, Maintenance, Engineering and Quality.

Benefits Of Attending
At the conclusion of the course each delegate will be able to: Get their workplace in order ahead of TPM introduction Determine the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) of their machinery Understand how to improve the efficiency of their machinery Predict where failures are likely to occur Be able to design and implement a TPM programme Get the buy-in of their team

Who Should Attend


This course is a must for anyone who is involved with maintenance at industrial plants, utilities or commercial and private building facilities. Attendees come from a wide variety of industries, skill-levels, company sizes, and job titles, so if youre not sure youll fit in or will benefit from the class, dont worry you will! People who will benefit from attending this seminar include
www.nashbs.com

Maintenance, Operations & Purchasing Managers & Personnel in:


Manufacturing Plants Commercial Buildings Utilities & Hospitals Waste Water Facilities Schools Government Buildings Shopping Centers Office & Apt Buildings

Including: Maintenance Personnel


Maintenance Managers Purchasing Agents Operations Managers Plant Managers Manufacturing Managers Production Managers

+6012-286-0704

naby@nashbs.com

TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE - TPM


19th - 20th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia

Course Outline

Course Objectives & Definitions Getting your workplace in order Understanding the basic concepts of TPM What is Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and how to measure it Understanding the Big Losses and how to address their root causes Autonomous Maintenance Planned Maintenance Time Based Maintenance Condition Based Maintenance TPM Training Early Machine Management Quality Initiatives Office TPM Safety & TPM How to implement TPM Course Review

www.nashbs.com

+6012-286-0704

naby@nashbs.com

PREDICTIVE & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


16th - 18th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia

TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE - TPM


19th - 20th June 2012, Park Inn Al-Khobar Hotel, Saudi Arabia

Our Trainer
Mr. Jehad is both a certified and professional tutor and a consultant/trainer. From 1997 to 2008 he was responsible for professional training and development at Saudi Electric Company (SEC) and was the focal point for all professional and technical matters within the Institute and in the exchange of ideas and issues with other stakeholders. Jehad is a Fellow engineer of the JEA.

Trainers Profile
As Technical trainer and consultant, Jehad has developed a number of training courses, including Maintenance planning and scheduling, Root cause analysis, and others. Jehad has been involved in maintenance and troubleshooting for over 25 years and has developed expertise in a number of areas, particularly technical, management , safety training. Jehad has been personally responsible for introducing quality

Training Schedule
8.30am 9.00am 10.45am 11.00am 1.00pm 2.00pm 3.40pm Registration & Morning Coffee Training Starts Morning Coffee Break Training Resumes Lunch Training Resumes Afternoon Coffee Break

training into many companies in KSA and Gulf, to meet recognized international standards such as ANSI, IEC, IEEE, OSHA, Nebosh. trainer. Following a successful career, holding training positions for several prominent organizations (SEC and SABIC). Since then, Jehad has facilitated a variety of training courses, and provided consultancy, business improvement services for over 20 different organizations, in both the public and private sector. Jehad is well-known as a very competent trainer. As well as running many in-company training courses for a wide variety of organizations, he has been a designing and delivering training courses since 1997. Jehad is also an experienced business traveler, having carried out consultancy and training assignments in countries throughout KSA, Kuwait, Bahrain, the Middle East and Turkey. Jehad is also an experienced and qualified

In-House Training
If you have a group of 10 or more people that would from this program, we can deliver this program exclusively tailored to your organization. Please contact our in-house training department at: Email: naby@nashbs.com View In-House training Catalogue: http://www.nashbs.com/inhouse.php

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