Role of the Maintenance Team Leader - Proudly hosted by Bell Bay Aluminium - Bell Bay Tasmania

Role of the Maintenance Team Leader - Proudly hosted by Bell Bay Aluminium - Bell Bay Tasmania

Role of the Maintenance Team Leader - Proudly hosted by Bell Bay Aluminium - Bell Bay Tasmania

Bell BayThe role of the maintenance Team leader is a key one in Maintenance. It can be quite a challenging role as brings together not only balancing teams activities in preventative, corrective and predictive maintenance, but doing them in a safe manner and to a quality standard. There is a strong need to satisfy operations requests and needs, but also dealing with team and people issues, solving the problems and tackling the day to day challenges the role can bring.

The role can often be thrown other challenges eg. projects, improvement activities, working on maintenance strategies, training and often even planning and scheduling on top of coordination and execution of day to day maintenance tasks of a team which is typically core to the role.

With a lot of challenges to balance, it is a very crucial role in maintenance as this is where rubber hits the road. You can have the best maintenance strategy, the best maintenance plans and schedule, however without the team leader, its unlikely a team will come together to implement and execute these maintenance activities in a safe, efficient and effective manner.

This workshop will have Bell Bay Aluminium share on their own insights and learnings on a role they take quite seriously. Come share and learn from others who also have an interest in this topic.

Some possible topics of discussion:
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  • Prioritisation and delegation
  • Key attributes of a good team leader
  • Support the role requires
  • Planning and scheduling
  • Coordination and execution
  • Communication with team and across shifts
  • Role in problem solving
  • Mentoring
  • Discipline and dealing with difficult people
  • Motivating the team
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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 8:30 for 9:00 start
Group defines expectations
Bell Bay presentation
Other presentations
Site tour
Group discussions
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:   Maintenance team leaders, leading hands, supervisors, trades and anyone interested in the subject
Date:   Wednesday May 23rd, 2018
Time:   Arrive at 8:30 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 14:30
Address:   Bell Bay Aluminium, Bell Bay, Tasmania
Investment:   No Charge for Members
Dress:   Long sleeves, Long pants, Safety glasses, Safety Shoes and safety vest, Hard Hat (if have)
Special Note:    Includes site tour
For Enquiries Contact:
Alain Le Bon 0439 612 620
Brian Niven 0439 612 609


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