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14th Floor Lighthouse, Lopez Building Oritigas Avenue, Pasig, Pasig, Philippines

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Brief Course Overview:

• As maintenance professionals we know the importance
of maintenance to our organization goals and objectives.
The difficulty is in translating the overall company strategy
to a meaningful measure of performance.

• The old saying that "if you can't measure it, you can't
manage it " is as true for performance as for anything
else. Much of what is meant by performance often
appears to be simply not measurable. It's OK looking
at how things happened after the event & traditional
measures can do this. What a manager needs is a
much more dynamic, real time view of performance
as it happens. People are central to this and qualities
like motivation, confidence, leadership & perception
are what needs to be understood. Getting quantifiable
results and dependable measurements is crucial if
resource and time are to be used to good effect. As
the saying goes we are what we measure and if what
we measure is important then our goals will definitely
be rewarded

Objective of the Course:

• Understand the need and importance of
measuring performance

• Learn to sell performance measurement
as a tool for improvement

• Learn to use meaningful measures of
performance to improve equipment reliability

• Determine the right measures of performance
for your industry

• Understand the different types of equipment
losses and its individual relationship on
Overall Equipment Effectiveness

Who Should Attend:

• Maintenance Managers
• Facilities and Utilities Managers
• Preventive Maintenance Group
• Predictive Maintenance Groups
• Reliability Engineers and Managers
• Operations and Production Managers
• Management and Decision Makers
• Continuous Improvement Groups
• People in charge of their assets
• CMMS and Spare Parts Group
• People in charge of lubrication
• Maintenance Planners
• CMMS Groups

Day 1
0745 - 0830 - Coffee & Registration
0830 - 0900 - Welcome and Introduction
of resource speaker
- Define Objective of the course
- Discuss different modules to
be covered
0900 - 0915 - Take MMP Pre-Test
0915 - 1000 - Module 1 : Why We Need to
Measure Performance ?
- Understand the need and
importance of measuring
1000 - 1015 - Morning Breaktime
1015 - 1100 - Module 2 : Understanding
Equipment Losses
- Breakdown Loss
- Function Loss and Reduction
- Design Speed Loss
- Start-Up Loss
- Idling and Minor Stoppages
- Defect and Rework Loss
- Set-up and Adjustment Loss
1100 - 1130 - Take Quiz on Equipment Loss
1130 - 1200 - Module 3 : Understanding OEE
- Components of OEE
- Variations in Calculation
- Limitations of OEE
1200 - 1300 - Lunch
1300 - 1400 - Continue Module 3
1400 - 1500 - Workshop on OEE
1500 - 1500 - Afternoon Break
1515 - 1600 - Continue Workshop and
Answer OEE Workshop
1700 - End of Day 1

Day 2

0800 - 0830 - Coffee
0830 - 1000 - Module 4 : Mean Time Indicators
- Reliability Defined
- Module 5 :Understanding MTBF
- What Constitute a breakdown
- How to compute MTBF
- Limitations of MTBF
- Difference between MTTF and MTBF
- Understanding Failure Rate
1000 - 1015 - Morning Breaktime
1015 - 1100 - Module 6 :Understanding MTTR
- How to compute MTTR
- Limitations of MTTR
1100 - 1200 - Module 7 :Understanding MTBA
- Taking MTBA Snapshot Steps
- Case Study : CLF Planned
Maintenance Case Study on MTBA
(Mean Time Between Assists)
1200 - 1300 - Lunch Break
1300 - 1400 - Bonus Understanding Mean Time
to Set-up
1400 - 1500 - Module 8 : Overview on
Weibull Analysis
- Principles of Weibull Analysis
1500 - 1515 - Afternoon Breaktime
1515 - 1600 - Workshop on Indices
1600 - 1700 - Take Post and Final Test
- Awarding of Certificates
- Closing Remarks
1700 - End of Seminar

Rolly, is a seasoned international reliability and mainte-nance consultant with 29 yrs of solid experience in the field. He had been invited in different countries and have conducted reliability and maintenance trainings as well as consultation on United Arab Emirates, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Nigeria, China, Thailand, South Africa, Botswana, Bangladesh and Brunei. His portfolio of maintenance trainings include Maintenance Management courses on TPM, Lubrication, Tribology, Condition-Based Maintenance, RCM, RCFA, Planned Maintenance, World Class Maintenance Management, The Twelve Disciplines, Oil Contamination Control, Maintenance Indices and KPI’s, Maintenance Management System and much more. Rolly previously worked with Amkor Technology Phils., as a TPM Senior Engineer, an industry engaged in the manufacture of IC products and spearheaded their TPM Planned Maintenance organization compose of maintenance managers and engineers. He was responsible for the dramatic reduction of unplanned breakdowns in their TPM Journey as well as RCM implementation on their Facilities AHU and as well as their sub-station equipment. His last working experience at Lepanto Mining is where he started developing these maintenance trainings. Rolly is currently working as an independent reliability and maintenance consultant and will be soon releasing his 2nd book Maintenance – Roadmap to Reliability.

Special Offer
For training inquiries and discounted costs kindly email the following
Angie Tibayan or contact 09998813762 or 09209688346
Dec 5, 2017 - Dec 6, 2017
14th Floor Lighthouse, Lopez Building Oritigas Avenue, Pasig, Pasig, Philippines
Tue, Wed 08:00 AM — 05:00 PM
No. of Days: 2
Total Hours: 16
No. of Participants: 30

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