Reliability is a cornerstone of any maintenance process. Get it right and you can enjoy good safety performance, low running costs and a sustainably high production level at the right quality. Reliable plants are usually safer and cite a higher level of morale. Lose control of reliability and operations become less predictable, more chaotic and much more difficult to control.
This is a highly practical course that includes the latest thinking in reliability improvement, how to gain maximum benefit for minimum effort and how to develop bespoke reliability strategies that will integrate effectively with other campaigns. This will include methods and tools as well as the Carcharodon Model of Excellence to add structure and enable participants to break this complex subject into smaller, more understandable parts.
Reliability is not the responsibility of maintenance alone and outstanding performance can only be achieved with a strategy that includes operations, design, materials and contractors. This course is based upon our Model of Excellence for bringing all these considerations together as one to achieve pace-setter standards.
This course is suitable for reliability engineers, maintenance managers, maintenance supervisors, planners, project managers, project engineers, operations managers, shift managers, operations supervisors and people who are in training for these positions. This course is also designed for contractors who want to contribute to the reliability performance of client assets.â
At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Explain how pace-setters achieve outstanding reliability performance and how to use the Carcharodon Model of Excellence
- Develop reliability programs that align with the unique needs of their business, asset and maintenance strategies
- Analyze their current performance against best-in-class benchmarks
- Calculate potential fixed and variable cost reductions along with productivity, output, and product quality improvements, that can be delivered through reliability improvement
- Apply key reliability improvement methodologies and tools to improve reliability performance
- Engage colleagues and consider the human factors required to support a high reliability culture
|Lagos and Port Harcourt
||Jul 25 - 29 Jul, 2022
Registration: 07:30:am - 09:00:am
Class Session: 09:00:am - 05:00:am
|NGN 200,000.00||(Discount available for group nomination)|
|USD 500.00||(Foreign Participants)|
Philip Asije 08029170491, 08068933608, 08145745664, 08051365946
Group Discount Available
Engr. FAGBENRO O. - B.Sc., (Mech. Engr. Coren Cert.) MBA. A result oriented professional mechanical engineer with over eighteen years’ industry experience in the field of maintenance of rotary equipment, supervision and inspection of the installation, modification and commissioning of mechanical systems in an industrial concern. Have a proven track record of ensuring optimal availability and reliability of mechanical systems. Engr. Fagbenro has worked as production manager, operation manager and maintenance engineer in both Engineering service and manufacturing companies such as Dangote Industries Ltd, Ricky Adex & Co. Ltd, and Atlantic Textile Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Engr. Fagbenro is the Deputy General Manager Projects, Dangote Sugar Refinery Company Plc. He will bring his wealth of experience to bear on our programs.Engr. Mark T. H. Williams - FNSChE, MNIM - B.Sc., MBA, M. Eng. Chemical Engineering, and COREN registered, Fellow, Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers and Member, Nigerian Institute of Management. Engr. Williams has over 28 years of post-graduate experience exercised at various levels of responsibility in Petroleum Refinery Plants’ Operations, Project Engineering/Project Management, Process Troubleshooting, Process Improvements, and Reliability Centred Maintenance management programs. Coordinates plant reliability efforts in the areas of root cause analysis and defect elimination. Engr. Williams will be joined by other professional maintenance Engineers to bring their experience to bear on our programs.