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Certificate in Physical Asset Management Course

By: LEORON Professional Development Institute

United Arab Emirates

16 - 20 Sep, 2018  5 days

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USD 4,390

Physical Asset Management can reduce maintenance costs, increase the economic life of capital equipment, reduce company liability, increase the reliability of systems and components, and reduce the number of repairs to systems and components. When properly executed, it can have a significant impact on an organization’s bottom line. This five-day program has been designed to help managers care for their assets efficiently and effectively through sound and timely decision-making. This certificate program gives participants the tools and methodologies necessary to achieve maintenance excellence in your organization.

Key Takeaways

  • Assessing your organization’s asset management maturity level, setting goals, analyzing gap, and develop road map to close the gap
  • Developing right and optimum maintenance, reliability, and asset management strategies most suitable for your organization
  • Learn how to manage and optimize your spare parts costs
  • Calculate economic life of your expensive assets
  • Find the right inspection and PM intervals for your critical equipment

Learning Outcomes

  •  How to assess your organization’s maintenance maturity and dynamics that govern your maintenance function and organization.
  •  How to prioritize opportunities within your maintenance organization
  •  What are the key financial influences of asset management key metrics for asset management
  •  leading practices in Asset Management
  •  The value of properly executed planning and scheduling
  •  The value of Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM2)
  •  The need to consider people as the major component of a successful Asset Management program
  •  technology trends in Asset Management
  •  An approach to Total Asset Life-cycle Management (TLAM)
  •  Key initiatives to take back to your organization to improve your Asset Management
  •  when to buy a new asset
  •  Identifying the best buy
  •  Why you should incorporate the time value of money when establishing the economic life of an asset
  •  How to arrive at the economic life of an asset where its utilization declines as it ages
  •  What approaches to use for monitoring the performance of an individual asset
  •  The answer to optimizing the repair-or-replace decision
  •  How to work with age/con and perdec to perform economic life calculations
  •  How tax considerations influence the economic life of an asset
  •  Whether or not to take advantage of a TECHNOLOGICALLY IMPROVED asset
  •  How to predict future O and M costs when there are little data available
  •  How to elicit tacit knowledge from specialists to improve economic life decisions.
  •  Which equipment components should be part of your preventive maintenance plan
  •  Which components should be run-to-failure
  •  Why weibull analysis is a “must” in analyzing equipment failure
  •  The importance of the Weibull b parameter A sure-fire way to calculate your spare parts requirements
  •  Which replacement policy to use: The block replacement or age-replacement times for critical components
  •  When your data is limited – how do you deal with it
  •  Steps you can take to improve on your current preventive maintenance program
  •  How to interpret the bath-tub curve’s “three regions” – and what the interpretation will tell you
  •  How to use OREST software to optimize component preventive replacement times
  •  How to use OREST software to forecast the demand for spare parts considering an optimal preventive replacement policy
  •  The right way to establish the optimal inspection frequency for equipment in continuous operation
  •  The right way to evaluate the current interval between classes of inspection – such as A,B,C, and D
  •  How to establish the most appropriate failure finding interval for protective devices
  •  How to come up with the failure risk of equipment that’s subject to condition- based maintenance
  •  What the University of Toronto’s new EXAKT software for condition-based maintenance may be able to do for you
  •  What the University of Toronto’s new SMS software for provisioning of emergency/capital spares may be able to do for you.
Abu Dhabi Sep 16 - 20 Sep, 2018
USD 4,390.00 + 219.50 (VAT)
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+971 4 447 5711

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