Duration - 2 days
Poor maintainability starts at the design stage. Bad decisions made in this phase are with you for the life of the equipment unless you spend more money to put them right during the operation and maintenance phase.
Maintainability is the ease of repairing equipment and can be measured in terms of repair time, downtime, and man hours. There are a number of metrics such as MTTR, Mmax, Mean Downtime.
Improving maintainability results in improved availability and/or reduced unit costs of operation.
This very practical 2 day workshop covers a number of maintainability techniques to support improvements. The workshop includes a number of case studies and practical examples to aid understanding. Although the course concentrates on concepts we do use statistical analysis tools to illustrate obtaining solutions without the use of mathematics and reliability theory.
Reliability analysis is given high importance, however maintainability should also be given equal importance.
As a result of attending this workshop delegates will:
Topic 1 Introduction to Maintainability
Topic 2 Measuring Maintainability
Steady state and time based measures, MTTR, MDT, Mmax
Topic 3 Overview of Maintainability Improvement Techniques
Model showing techniques for identifying issues and improvement opportunities
Topic 4 Maintainability in Design
Considering maintainability in the life cycle process, developing the specifications, human factors, mechanical handling philosophies
Conducting Maintainability Design Reviews
Topic 5 Maintainability FMEA
FMEA formats for tasks, spares and identifying high repair or downtimes or logistic times
Topic 6 Sequence of Event Analysis
Adopt RCA techniques to subdivide a repair job into its main steps and then to look for the constraints and how we can do this step faster
Topic 7 Maintainability Target Setting Technique
Working from a target availability we quantify our new maintainability target
Topic 8 Task Analysis & Streamlining
Based on the popular SMED technique used in manufacturing companies, focuses on identifying online and offline tasks
Topic 9 Critical Path Analysis
How to identify critical tasks that influence shutdowns of critical work and then to use other techniques to reduce the duration
Topic 10 RAM Modelling
Brief introduction to the benefits of RAM Modelling in conducting maintainability studies
Topic 11 Improvement Tactics
Outlines a number of improvement techniques
Delegates to highlight what they intend to do differently as a result of this workshop
Managers, Engineers, Planners, Project and Design Engineers who have an interest in reducing costs and improving plant performance
Delegates will learn by active participation during the seminar through the many exercises, examples and the use of reliability analysis software
Learning mediums will be PowerPoint presentations, case studies, exercises