Conditioned-based maintenance (CMB) is a maintenance strategy that monitors the actual condition of an asset to decide what maintenance needs to be done. CBM dictates that maintenance should only be performed when certain indicators show signs of decreasing performance or upcoming failure.
The goal of condition based maintenance is to monitor failure so that maintenance can be proactively scheduled when it is needed – and not before. Asset conditions need to trigger maintenance within a long enough time period before failure, so work can be finished before the asset fails or performance falls below the optimal level.
Reliability best practice on the other hand, is a process to ensure that assets continue to do what their users require of them in their present operating context. Reliability best practice incorporates preventive and corrective maintenance activities, along with predictive testing and inspection (PT&I) and other actions to provide optimal balance to achieve greater reliability and lower asset life cycle costs. This course “Conditioned-based maintenance management and reliability best practice” strategies when successfully implemented will lead to increase in cost effectiveness, machine uptime, and greater understanding of the level of risk the organization is managing.
This course is designed for maintenance, reliability, engineering and technical support staff including leadership and management of the Maintenance Department. It is equally recommended for and not limited to the followings: Planners, Supervisors, Engineers, Technicians, Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Team (Leaders and Managers) and Operations Team (Leaders and Managers)
At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Understand the behaviour and events that are driving costs
- Understand how poor reliability is a major factor in the cost management
- Implement a CBM program to improve reliability
- Implement root cause analysis to eliminate defects
- Apply best practice work management to ensure early detection and correction of defects
- See how Reliability best practice interacts with and supports other elements of maintenance strategy particularly condition based monitoring.
- Acquire hints and tips for practical application of reliability best practice in their own areas of responsibility, fitting it into the overall maintenance organization and strategy.
- Apply key reliability improvement methodologies and tools to improve reliability performance
|CHAK Guest House & Conference Centre, Km 8, Musa Gitau Road off Waiyaki Highway, New Lavington Area, Nairobi, Kenya\\r\\n
||Sep 25 - 29 Sep, 2023
Registration: 08:30:am - 09:00:am
Class Session: 09:00:am - 04:30:am
Asije Philip 08029170491, 08068933608, 07087578814, 08051365946, 08145745664, 08184727337
Group discount available
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.Engr. A. Sunday - B. Eng., M. Eng. MNIMechE., MNIM., PMP., LEAD AUDITOR,(OHSAS), ADVANCE Maintenance Planning Engineer (CPE). A seasoned Operations/Execution/Planning and Inspection Engineer with over Fifteen (15) years' industry experience involving Plant Commissioning, Upgrades and Maintenance; Engineering Planning, Project Implementation and ERP Implementation (SAP PM). Experienced SAP (System Application and Package) Super User and Functional Lead on Plant Maintenance (PM) Module. Enthusiastic communicator with proven analytical skills to develop detailed reports. Ability to diagnose, and proffer solution to technical problems. Engr. Sunday will be joined by other maintenance professional to share their experience on our programs.