Managing Maintenance (Virtual Learning)
Registration to close at midnight on the 18th Jan.
It can be a daunting task to Manage Maintenance and at the same time improve reliability at a plant. Day to day interruptions and stress can make it seem impossible to focus on improvements. In some cases, it may be simply a case of not knowing how, or where to start. For others, a matter of finding time to implement the changes on the floor.
We know you’re ready to make the commitment to improving your plant’s reliability. And commitment is one of the key components to a successful reliability improvement initiative. Another important element of success is clarity. With clarity and commitment, your improvement initiative can be successful.
This course teaches the key components to manage and implementing a reliability and maintenance program at your plant.
Setting your vision, mission and goals Counteracting the budget cutters with facts and figures Defining the roles and responsibilities of reliability initiatives Embracing Change Management interlaced with reliability improvement The “How-To” of integrating and implementing your reliability initiative Integrating and implementing key work processes
- Work Management
- Preventive Maintenance
- Materials Management
- Root Cause Problem Elimination
Smart KPIs for measuring your results
Who should attend:
This course is designed for anyone who is currently tasked with improving the reliability and maintenance work processes at their organization. It is also recommended for professionals who are interested in pursuing a career in maintenance and reliability management.
About the Instructor:
Torbjörn Idhammar is the President and CEO of IDCON INC, a reliability and maintenance management consulting firm. Tor works with many of IDCON’s multi-site and international clients as the managing partner ensuring that outcomes and deliverables are met.
Continuing Education Credits Included
Format: Public Course
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Thursday, January 28 at 8:00am to 4:00pmVirtual Event