- Reliability and Capacity Relationship
- Current Reliability (Maintenance) Practices
- Key Features in a World Class Reliability Program - Review of Technologies from a Management Perspective
- Organisational Strategy for Integration/Implementation of Reliability Practices
- Case History - Whamadyne Chemicals
- Self-Audit - Base lining Your Current Operation
- Development of Your Continuous Improvement Plan
What you will learn:
- Reliability principles. Design, operating and procurement & stores
- The various maintenance practices available including; their strengths and weaknesses and their relationship to reliability and how application of reliability principles can improve capacity and cut costs.
- How to apply those principles within your plant to eliminate unplanned downtime, reduce planned downtime, improve quality and minimise maintenance costs.
- Predictive technologies and methods for maximising knowledge of machinery condition, and therefore minimising the risk of unplanned downtime. How these technologies allow plants to become proactive in assuring equipment reliability.
- Key reliability benchmarks, how you compare to those benchmarks and how you can achieve a benchmark level of performance.
- Methods for improved organisations, communication, managing cultural change, securing executive sponsorship, improving the organisation and teamwork for effectively implementing the strategy.
- Metrics to be used to measure the effectiveness of the reliability strategy as implemented at your plant.
- How your plant's actual production capacity measures against maximum capacity, those issues that are contributing to the difference and more importantly, how to address each issue which is limiting capacity through application of reliability principles
- How your practices compare to reliability best practice and benchmarks, and an improvement plan of how to bring your business to a world-class level.