IMRt CIWG | Equipment Life Cycle

IMRt CIWG | Equipment Life Cycle

SIRF Roundtables presents
Industrial Maintenance Roundtable
Common Interest Workgroup
Equipment Life Cycle
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SIRF Roundtables in Queensland currently comprises in excess of 40 progressive organisations that are willing to network and share their best practices in a peer to peer learning environment, specialising in Operational Excellence and Industrial Maintenance.

‘Common Interest Work Group’ (CIWG) events are for technical specialists looking to discuss with peers, specific topics they are working on, in and around their field of excellence.
Equipment life cycle begins at the design phase; with the initial capital costs sometimes being a small part of the overall life cycle cost. Determining our asset strategy from "cradle to grave" can be significantly different in each case.
For some assets we are trying to maintain them for a significant number of years, yet some we looking at, run to failure scenarios.

With the cost of equipment generally falling, and new technology being developed at an ever increasing rate; some questions raised are:

- How are things changing in life cycle strategies?
- What are some of the critical decisions at design phase?
- How do we determine life cycle cost?
- When is the point when we stop repairing an asset and look at replacement?
- How are companies supporting ageing plant?
This event is ideal for:

Asset & reliability management, Finance, Maintenance & Operations
When: 21 June 2018
Host: Metro South Health
Location: Communitry Health Building, 51 McKechnie Drive, Eight Mile Plains
Time: 8:45am for a 9am start, concluding at 2pm
RSVP: 11 June 2018
Investment: This event is included in SIRF Roundtable membership
PPE: Long pants, long sleeves, safety boots and hi-vis vest
Parking: To be advised
For further assistance please don't hesitate to contact:
Heidi Thompson 0419 511 767
Gary Silversides 0479 164 169

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