CIWG - Development & Technical Aspects of Quality Work Instructions

CIWG - Development & Technical Aspects of Quality Work Instructions

Development & Technical Aspects of Quality Work Instructions
13th December 2017

Newmont Asia PacificDeveloping technical work instructions requires a coordination of experience, knowledge, technique and interpretation from information and expectations from several stakeholders.  
They are fundamental documents for ensuring efficient & compliance to maintenance works within all areas of mining, processing and production facilities.  

Recent SIRFrt events have recognised that maintenance induced defects may be attributed to the content, clarity and quality of a work instruction document.
Whilst it is well recognised that a high quality work instruction, and management of that document, ultimately improves maintenance efficiency, safety & quality including planning and performance.

Writing of documents shouldn't be a hard slog,  it should be recognised and supported by all, to combine expertise, best practice and future planning.

Writing that makes sense

   Join your peers as we explore this topic and see current work instruction templates from several organisations that may provide some shared learnings on better ways of developing quality documents,  then followed up by  expert advice on aspects of Technical Writing and its advantages within today,s constantly evolving industry.

  Presentations from:
Assetivity Mark McKenzie,  will discuss how aspects of information are used to develop and manage quality documents to streamline resources and achieve better utilisation from all involved.
Desert Fire Barry Hensen,  will be detailing how technologies can support organisation's & employees to reach full potential via reducing the human error aspect .
Discussion points Points of Discussions:
  • The Stages of Development
  • Techniques for development
  • Key attributes of a Work Instruction
  • Inputs of information
  • Storing & Access to information
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Hosted by:
East Fremantle Yacht Club

 SIRF Roundtable events are designed to provide a safe environment for open discussion with peers on the topic of interest they are working on, in and around. There will be no vendor companies in attendance at this meeting.   Agenda
Arrive at 8:40 for 9:00 start
SIRF Roundtables Discussion
Morning Tea
Comments discussions
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:    Asset Managers, Engineering Managers, Maintenance Managers, Operational Managers, Reliability teams including those with a passion to better understand and develop work instructions.
Date:   Wednesday December 13th, 2017
Time:   Arrive at 8:40 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 14:00
Address:   388 Hay St Subiaco  WA 6008
Investment:   Free for SIRF Members
Dress:   Casual Dress
Special Note:   Seats will be limited - please book early

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0409 535 239


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