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Maintenance Management Equipment Availability Control

5 days OMT/GEMA-E
  • Engineers, supervisors and staff involved in maintenance in equipment availability control or in charge of maintenance.
  • To impart knowledge on how to implement a customized maintenance policy.
  • To provide the practical tools for implementing reliability engineering processes.
Learning Objectives
  • To implement and control maintenance policy.
  • To set goals in terms of both overall and corporate efficiency.
  • To understand reliability analysis and improvement techniques.
  • To set up conditions for the successful management of unit turnarounds.
  • To implement a subcontracting policy.
Ways and means
  • Numerous workshops and case studies illustrating the techniques studied and the topics discussed.
  • The delivery method is interactive and based on participants’ own experience.

Maintenance policy 1.5 days
  • Safety, cost, schedule and quality objectives. Integration of the maintenance policy within the company.
  • Reliability methods: criticality Analysis, TPM, RCM.

  • Various types of maintenance: corrective, preventive, condition-based. 

  • Applications: criticality rankings, priorities and spare parts management.

  • Maintenance subcontracting: reasons, risks and control.
  • Different types of maintenance contracts. Maintenance audits.
  • Inspection plans: goals of inspection department, links with maintenance work.
  • Risks Based Inspection and Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS).
Improving the reliability and maintenance costs 2 days
  • FMEA, RCM, Fault Tree analysis: application, basic techniques, estimates and probabilities. Maintenance action plan and implementation.
  • Reliability Key Performance Indicators: MTBF, MTTR, availability. 

  • “Bad actors” detection.

  • Redundancies studies, on-site spare management, models.
  • Overall cost of failure: non efficiency costs
  • Life Cycle Cost (LCC). Application to investment choices.
  • Spare parts management: costs and risks.
Improving the maintenance work management 1 day
  • Routine maintenance: from the notification to the work acceptance.
  • Work scheduling: tasks sequencing, procedures and work planning.
  • Resources optimization.

  • From failures management to equipment management.
  • Operation department contribution to maintenance optimization.
  • Requirements for safety. Prevention.
  • Analysis and action plans following accidents related to maintenance department.
Turnaround management 0.5 day
  • Turnaround justification: local regulation, maintenance, projects, plant availability.
  • Turnaround frequency and objectives: date, safety, duration and cost.

  • Typical data used for a turnaround: scope, challenge.

  • Steering committee, organization and Key Performance Indicators.

  • Financial breakdown and cost estimate: maintenance and projects.
2016 course calendar
Language Dates Location Tuition Register
May 09 - 13 Rueil €2,590 Online By email
Nov 14 - 18 Rueil €2,450 Online