Proudly hosted by Kimberly Clark
This Common Interest Working Group will focus the key aspects of Reliability in electrical maintenance techniques and practices. How is your organisation not only conducting electrical maintenance repairs, but ensuring reliability; this is a great opportunity to share your views, techniques and any new innovations, in improving electrical maintenance outcomes.
Some topics for discussion
- The best maintenance strategies for the various electrical equipment
- Common electrical maintenance errors
- Techniques to improving electrical maintenance diagnostics
Proudly hosted by Asahi
In this common interest work group we will look at the strategies members are employing to maintain the integrity of assets. Specifically those assets that have a low probability of failure but in fact have a high level of consequence should failure occur.
The Esso Longord explosion in 1998 highlighted the challenges businesses face when dealing with these types of assets. That one component failure (a ruptured heat exchanger) cost the Victorian economy an estimated $1.3 billion dollars in lost productivity and Esso a record 34.5 Million in fines and compensation.
The day’s discussion will cover such topics as:
- The definition asset integrity
- Identifying and categorising assets that must maintain a high level of integrity
- Maintenance tools that are available to businesses to help manage the risks associated with low probability but high consequence assets
RCA Rt - 1 Day In-House Workshop
This workshop is not open to the general public
Proudly hosted by Rheem
Proudly hosted by: Diageo
Proudly hosted by Port Kembla Coal Terminal
SIRF Roundtables in New South Wales 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.
The ‘Common Interest Work Group’ (CIWG) events are for operators/technical specialists looking to discuss with peers, specific topics they are working on, in and around their field of excellence.
The Silo Mentality as defined by the Business Dictionary is a mindset present when certain departments or sectors do not wish to share information with others in the same company. This type of mentality will reduce efficiency in the overall operation, reduce morale, and may contribute to the demise of a productive company culture.
Silo is a business term that has been passed around and discussed at many board room tables over the last 30 years. Unlike many other trendy management terms this is one issue that has not disappeared over the years. Departmental silos are seen as a growing pain for most organizations of all sizes. It is the duty of the executive leaders and management to prepare and equip their teams with the proper mind-set to break down this destructive organizational barrier.
If you are experiencing internal silos at your site, why not join your peers at this event? Share some issues and successes. We may discuss such points as:
Details to come