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Implementing and Managing Preventive and Predictive Maintenance (Brisbane)
Peter Ormond
Kyah Enterprises Pty Ltd

Peter Ormond, Kyah Enterprises Pty Ltd

• Co-originator and developer of RCM Turbo and SOS (Spares Optimisation System) which are two of the first computer based tools

• Worked extensively in England, Central and East Africa, America and Australia

• Nearly 40 years of implementing various aspect of maintenance management including the configuration and use of CMMS packages

 

In his forty plus years as a professional engineer, Peter has held middle and senior management positions in capital intensive industries encompassing maintenance, logistic support and project management.  In the mid-80’s Peter moved from line management roles to become a consultant, assisting many organizations improve and optimize their activities in these specialized areas of operation.

 

Peter joined BHP Engineering in the early ‘90’s as Manager of the section responsible for the original development and implementation of RCM-Turbo and SOS software tools.  (RCM-Turbo is an expert system, allowing the zero-based generation of new, RCM based maintenance plans.  SOS is a sister product designed to optimize maintenance spares requirements.) While Richard Blayden was the originator of the concepts of the systems, it was Peter who developed these systems and brought them into being in a commercial form and introduced them to the Worldwide marketplace.  Both these software systems are now marketed and supported by Strategic Corporate Assessment Systems.

 

Peter would have been among the first adopters of the concepts of Reliability Engineering back in the early ‘90’s.  Since then he has shared his extensive experience as a Reliability Engineer in many industries include steel-making, mining, smelting, brewing, petro-chemical, pharmaceutical, railways, power generation and distribution industries, among others.

 

Peter has worked extensively in England, Central and East Africa, American and Australia holding senior engineering positions in each country.  In addition, he has provided consulting to organizations in New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, France, Denmark, Holland, Dubai and UAE.

 

Testimonials

 

"Excellent balance of theory and interactive presentation as well as case studies presented and discussed." - Maintenance Planner

 

"Practical application and vast experience in the topic. Program is engaging and facilitates interesting and meaningful discussion." - Engineering Director

This course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted CPD guidelines. On average, this executive program contributes 16 hours towards your CPD.

Program Summary

This intensive 2-day program you will cover the latest Risk Based Preventive and Predictive Maintenance (PPdM) methodologies, tools and techniques that can be incorporated into your maintenance programs and plans to ensure a longer defect-free operation.

 

Led by a CRL (Certified Reliability Leader) and Professional Engineer, Peter Ormond will guide you through in designing quantifiable maintenance metrics, you will learn how to effectively develop, deploy, plan and schedule your maintenance activities inclusive of services and inspections (i.e. visual inspection, vibration analysis, oil/ wear debris, ultrasonic emissions and other non-destructive testing) to assess your asset health and detect faults before they become real problems. At the same time, proactively manage contamination and lubricant cleanliness in machinery to ensure safety and avoid costly contaminant removal tactics. By mastering advanced technique like the P-F Curve mapping or Failure Behaviour Plotting, you will find the balancing point between the cost of maintenance and the cost of equipment failure that helps pinpoint the best time to restore or replace a failing part without undue interruption to production.

 

At the end of course, you will also learn how to develop safe work instructions and the proper work order processing from release to closure to capture quality equipment history through complete and accurate data input that will allow you how to predict and prevent future failures - not just react to them.



Programs, dates and locations are subject to change. In accordance with Clariden Global policy, we do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national or disability in admission to our programs.

Introduction

A recent referenced study in O&M Best Practices Guide, Release 3.0, shows that more than 55% of maintenance resources and activities of an average facility still abide by the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” reactive rule. By using the right mix of planned preventive and predictive maintenance, you can predict and prevent avoidable equipment faiures and associated production losses.

 

Led by a CRL (Certified Reliability Leader) and Professional Engineer, Peter Ormond, the course will be delivered in a modular fashion, incorporating various group activities at every stage to reinforce the concepts presented. This intensive 2-day program will cover the latest Preventive and Predictive Maintenance (PPdM) methodologies, tools and techniques that can be incorporated into your maintenance plans. Starting with designing quantifiable maintenance metrics, you will learn to effectively plan and schedule your maintenance inspections to assess your asset health and detect faults before they become real problems. At the same time, you will learn how to proactively manage contamination and lubricant cleanliness in machinery to ensure safety and avoid costly contaminant removal tactics. By mastering advanced technique like the P-F Curve mapping, you find the balancing point between the cost of maintenance and the cost of equipment failure that helps pinpoint the best time to restore a failing part with minimal interruption to production.

 

At the end of course, you will also learn the proper work order closure and documentation to build good equipment history through complete and accurate data input that will allow you to predict and prevent future failure - not just react to them.

What You Can Expect

  • Compare and complement the differences between various maintenance strategies and identify the appropriate application for optimal costs
  • Analyse and improve your existing maintenance program, and eliminate or reduce your current failures and the human factors that influence reliability
  • Master advanced techniques such as statistical analysis and the PF curve to optimize your Maintenance Program content
  • Justify the Cost/Risk/Value for Preventive and Predictive Maintenance to sustain management’s commitment and support
  • Apply various Problem Solving Tools to gain experience with the selection and application of tools and methodologies 
  • Link Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to enterprise software and process control systems to improve maintenance process efficiency
  • Manage contamination and lubricant cleanliness in machinery to avoid costly contaminant removal tactics
  • Gain proper work order management and enable the process and documentation to build quality equipment history through complete and accurate data input
  • Learn how to design and apply effective KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) to support sustainability and continual improvement

Who Will Benefit Most

Chiefs, MDs, VPs, Directors, GMs, Heads, Superintendents, Managers, Consultants, Supervisors, Engineers and

  • Technicians responsible for:
  • Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO)
  • Asset Integrity / Reliability and Integrity
  • Process Operations / Process Control
  • Inspection / Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
  • Corrosion Fatigue / Stress Corrosion / Metallurgy
  • Engineering (Mechanical / Electrical)
  • Equipment / Machineries / Instruments / Facilities
  • Defect Assessment / Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) / Failure Mode Effects Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Quality Assurance
  • Production

Program Outline

Developing a Maintenance and Reliability Strategy

  • Asset management and Asset life cycle fundamentals
  • Reliability engineering concepts and application
  • Reliability improvement tools of trade
  • Aligning maintenance program with organizational strategic direction
  • Types of maintenance and application: Reactive, preventive, predictive etc.
  • Case study

Human Error Management

  • Human performance
  • Types of failures and errors
  • Sources and causes of errors
  • Failures and error management
  • Calculating failure probability
  • Case study

Preventive Maintenance (PM)

  • Preventive maintenance economics:
    • Costs of setup and ongoing costs
    • True breakdown costs
  • Techniques and Methodologies:
    • Reliability Centered Maintenance
    • Asset condition assessment techniques – planned maintenance inspections
    • Technology free inspections
    • Primary Scheduled maintenance, Triggered Secondary Maintenance
    • Root Cause Failure Analysis Tools, decision logic trees etc.
    • Assembling the right maintenance data: From data to wisdom
    • Case study

Maintenance Work Development, Deployment and Planning and Scheduling

  • Developing tasks list for different equipment with minimal labour and material waste in maintenance activity
  • Proper work content development and work order
  • management and documentation to build quality equipment history through complete and accurate data input
  • Planning and scheduling maintenance activities and work orders
  • Developing maintenance performance metrics / KPIs
  • Work load and Backlog management
  • Training and managing in-plant personnel for seamless execution
  • Linking Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to enterprise software and process control systems

Predictive Maintenance (PdM)

  • Maintenance economics and Asset Life Cycle Costs:
    • Costs of setup and ongoing costs
    • True breakdown costs
  • Maintenance Technologies:
    • Precision Maintenance
  • Condition Monitoring (Vibration Analysis, Oil Analysis etc.) Contamination Control & Safety
    • Sources of contamination
    • ISO Cleanliness Codes
    • Contamination control measures
    • Case study
  • Asset Health Assessment
  • Case study

Reliability Engineering

  • Reliability metrics and Calculating reliability
  • Distributions
  • P-F Interval/Curve
  • Probability of failure & failure behaviour patterns Maintenance improvement curve
  • Case study

Detailed Case Studies- There And Back Again, An Engineer’s Tale

A detailed account of experiences and observations with organizations that Peter and his colleagues were directly involved with. All of the data are firsthand accounts of the reality of developing, implementing and sustaining Asset Management and Maintenance processes and systems, covering:

  • New assets, plant and equipment start up
  • Current state analysis
  • The good, the bad and the ugly
  • Financial impact - the lost opportunity
  • Risk based maintenance and reliability recommendations
  • Maintenance and reliability processes and systems implementation
  • Asset productivity and Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) improvement
  • Measuring the results in both financial and productivity gains
  • Market driven forces
  • Cutting costs - business and financial impact
  • Lessons learned

Continuous Improvement & Close Out

  • Maintenance Management Maturity Mapping and Improvement
  • Asset and maintenance performance history analysis for improvement
  • Continuous Improvement/Defect Elimination Procedure
  • Change Management Procedure

 

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Venue: Brisbane Marriott Hotel
Date: 29-30 January 2018
Faculty: Peter Ormond
Early Bird 1: AU$1,995 (by 20 November 2017)
Early Bird 2: AU$2,195 (by 18 December 2017)
Regular Fee: AU$2,295
Group Discount: 2nd participant get 10%, or register 3 participants and 4th participant get a complimentary seat
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Contact: mandy.denver@claridenglobal.org
 
 
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