Joel Levitt - Shutdowns & Outages Global Expert 2 day training workshop

Joel Levitt - Shutdowns & Outages Global Expert 2 day training workshop

 
Joel Levitt - Global Expert
Shutdowns & Outages
2 day course
July 17th - 18th in Melbourne

Global expert and multi author in Maintenance Systems and Practices is coming to Melbourne!

Joel Levitt's courses are excellent and will help take your shutdowns and outages to the next level. Worlds best planning and scheduling trainingNot only is Joel a consummate Maintenance Systems trainer, he's trained over 8,500 managers and supervisors from over 3,000 organizations in 20 countries. With many years of practical experience, he has extensive knowledge in all facets of worlds best practice maintenance management; including management skills, preventive maintenance, inventory control, CMMS design, system installation and setup.

Joel has authored 8 maintenance books and has written over 30 articles for trade publications on maintenance topics. He has a great reputation as an effective trainer who understands current worlds best practice. With intimate knowledge of the latest trends in effective maintenance practices and benchmarks from around the world, who could be better to guide you?

Shutdowns and outages benefitsJoel’s emphasis in this course is on helping individuals and their company streamline their shutdowns and outages so that they operate more efficiently and at a lower downtime with improved interaction with other departments.

His common sense approach and support material is often quoted by successful SIRF Roundtable members case studies across Australia and New Zealand.




Learning Objectives include:
  • Checklisting - Knowing what needs to be done before a shutdown and when it needs doing
  • Document Organisation - Using Gantt, CPM and PERT chart methods to maximise efficiency
  • Estimating - How to do it and where to look for help. Improve budgeting for future shutdowns
  • Project management - Methods to improve the individual and team management capacity
  • Safety - Risk management and what to do if a shutdown goes wrong
  • Knowing where to start - Understanding what jobs to approach first and how to most effectively delegate tasks
  • Improvement - Learning to critically analyze shutdowns to see where improvements can be made in the future
  • Defining constraints - Knowing what is possible and how to manage work around constraints
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Book 3 or more for an extra 10% off!

25% Early Bird ends 31st May
  Workshop Highlights
- Inputs of a shutdown
- Communication, planning and scope of work
- Validation of tasks, risk management and safety implications
- Timelines, constraints, activity clashes, critical path, load levelling
- Tracking of shutdown performance and audits
- Managing contractors, accounting, logistics, execution
- Execution, reporting
- Completion and handover
- Close out and capture learnings for future shutdowns

Who Should Attend:   Project Managers, Engineering and Maintenance Managers, Mechanical and Electrical Supervisors, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Planners, Supervisors
Date:   Monday and Tuesday July 17th and 18th, 2017
Time:   Arrive at 7:40 for a 8:00 am start, finishing at 16:30
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Investment:   $2400 + GST, $1800 + GST for Members
Early Birds get 25%. Ends 31st May 2017
Book 3 or more for an extra 10% discount
Dress:   Casual
Special Note:    

For Inquiries Contact:
Alain LeBon

Brian Niven

Jeff Naylor
0439 612 620

0439 612 609

0409 535 239
alain.lebon@sirfrt.com.au

brian.niven@sirfrt.com.au

jeff.naylor@sirfrt.com.au
  

 

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