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DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY MAINTENANCE

Simplicity Is the Pre-Requisite for Reliability" - Edsger Dijkstra

25 - 26 APRIL, 2017.HORMUZ GRAND HOTEL - MUSCAT, OMAN

WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

OBTAIN EXPERT ADVICE ON THESE VITAL ISSUES:

Conduct assessments of current performance in your operations to ensure long term reliability
Lower maintenance cost by enhancing reliability
Manage risks and devising appropriate metrics for tracking progress to achieve objectives
Implement latest asset performance measurements for continual improvement on your assets
Understand the cost of investment risks associated with changing your maintenance strategies
Enhance reliability by administering the use of risk based maintenance strategies
Evaluate equipment uptime and downtime reports for equipment and machinery integrity
Advance Maintenance Management in Power Plant
Eliminate unplanned down time, Improvement In maintenance program
Latest innovations in RCM, FRCA and CM for Modern Power Plants
Reliability Tools Understanding and Applications.
Implement Solutions that reduce the cost per hour of operation
Optimize performance and efficiency by adopting updates in condition monitoring
Effective reliability program to optimize the performance of the Equipment
RCM based Reliability Program design, Implementation and control for whole plant
Practical Case studies to Evaluate and adopt solutions in Power Plants
Appropriate Analytical tools for maintenance decision making

As competition drives companies to optimize plant capacity and reduce maintenance costs, some important work force performance issues
must be considered:

How to boost employee morale by giving employees the skills and knowledge to do the job right the first time
How to save energy costs through efficient operations and well-executed maintenance plans
How to increase the company's independence from vendors and their costly services
How to decrease the probability of personnel errors
How to reduce the number of surprise downtime incidents
How to benefit from consistency and accuracy in job activities through the joint participation of maintenance and operations
departments

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE:

Design for Reliability is the structured application of life cycle costing and reliability engineering techniques to ensure your equipments are fit for
purpose & operates to a specified standard to delivers high reliability with low maintenance costs. Successful implementation of a total reliability
programme depends on a sound reliability strategy and a dedicated team of people. The team must have sufficient expertise to interact during
each phase of the operation cycle. Increasing reliability is essential for companies to improve on maintenance regime to achieve reliable
operations processes. Major decisions need to be made in order to repair, rehabilitate and extend the working life of the existing facilities. Design
for reliability is about equipment standardisation, specification and modification to eliminate the need for maintenance and provide maintenance
department with accurate maintenance solutions and simple fault diagnostics.

Design for reliability relies on reliability engineering tools along with a proper understanding of when and how to use these tools throughout the
design cycle. This process encompasses a variety of tools and practices and describes the overall order of deployment that an organization needs
to follow in order to design reliability into its operations. Design for Reliability will give you an opportunity to discover the techniques to enhance
your knowledge of a successful approach to capture the maximum value of your assets and sustain operational excellence at minimal life cycle
cost.
Learn best methods and tools to improve reliability of your operating plant, machines and equipment, lift production uptime and
get highly reliable assemblies and components.

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DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY MAINTENANCE
Simplicity Is the Pre-Requisite for Reliability" - Edsger Dijkstra

KEY LEARNING

Production Supervisors will find new tools in reliability engineering principles for understanding how operations can improve reliability
of their processes. They will learn how to influence improvements in availability, how they can assist in reducing process failures, and
how they can calculate the cost of unreliability for making business decisions to attack problems of unreliability.

Engineering Personnel will find new modeling techniques for predicting equipment reliability based on ho w equipment is installed,
operated, and maintained to assist them in making life cycle cost decisions in justifying new equipment and new processes.

Maintenance Engineers will find reliability tools helpful for providing supporting evidence during root cause analysis failure investigations.
They will find reliability tools and techniques helpful for understanding failure data in their CMSS systems, and they will see how to
make business decisions, based on the failure data, to justify making equipment more reliable.

Reliability Engineers who have the job title for style but lack the substance o f the analytical details for computations that will improve
reliability of equipment and processes.

Comprehensive Practical Course on Reliability Engineering with RCM Program Development, Implementation and Optimization in
Fossil Power Plants with Customer Specific Equipment Reliability Considerations for GTs, STs, HRSG, Boilers, Generators,
Transformers, BOPs

Maintenance Cost Reduction with Risk Based Maintenance , Optimizing PM / PDM / Corrective Maintenance Ratios , Reliability Tools
and Applications , Guide Lines for Practical RCM Program Development and Implementation , Performance and Functional Based
Maintenance & Reliability Programs , Remaining Life Assessment and Evaluations , Major Checks , Critical Rotor Assessments and
Recommendations , Customized Model specific Gas turbines HRSGs , Boilers , Steam Turbine , Control Systems , Auxiliaries etc.
Discussions LTSA Reviews and Analysis.

BENEFITS INCLUDE:
An in-depth tailored programme to address current concerns
Diverse real life case examples
Activities and exercises to further enhance understanding

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

FROM THE FOLLOWING INDUSTRIES:


General Managers, Directors, Heads, Managers, Team Leaders,
Engineers, Maintenance Technical, Engineering, Inspection, Oil and Gas Chemicals and Petrochemicals
Operations, Plant Maintenance, Reliability Professionals Water and Utilities Steel Cement Aluminium
Asset Managers, CMMS professionals Automotive Heavy Industries Heavy Manufacturing
Food & Beverages

DID YOU KNOW THAT?

Understanding Performance and Functions GAPs in a Power Plants


Understanding the Design Concepts of Plants Power Plant Major Checks , Rotor, Boiler Assessments
Equipment performance Evaluation throughout life Cycle
Understanding Life Extension Evaluation and Recommendations
Understanding Equipment Key Maintenance performance Indicators
Power Plants Bad Actors Management, Analysis.
Issues in Implementing RCM in a Power Plant
Operational Cost Monitoring and Analysis
Criticality Analysis, RBD Modeling.
Systems & Equipment Repair vs. Replacement decision
Improved job performance, Decision making capabilities.
Technology transfer between participants

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DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY MAINTENANCE
Simplicity Is the Pre-Requisite for Reliability" - Edsger Dijkstra

COURSE CONTENTS:

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Achieving effective System Design to ensure reliability
INTRODUCTIONS:
Getting Reliability, Accessibility and Ergonomics right to
At the beginning of the course, attendees introduce themselves and ensure your ongoing reliability
share what they want to achieve from the training session. Improving Maintainability and Diagnostics
Fault Tree Analysis: Determining the probability of a safety
Reviewing Design for Reliability (DFR) to successfully obtain optimal accident or a particular functional failure
results for your operations RAM Studies: Determining the Reliability, Availability and
Process Definition Maintainability of your equipment
Design for 6 Sigma (DFSS) Workshop: Attendees to work through a workshop to
ISO 15288 discuss items to consider in ergonomics study.
PAS 55 ISO 55000 Component Selection: What needs to be included?
Equipments: Which suits your operations best
Defining Process Criticality for optimum equipment reliability Level of Repair Analysis (LORA)
Business criticality assessment: Prioritizing a maintenance Upgrading Components: Quality and Specification
program based on the business requirements ISO 10303
Underlying principles for effective maintenance Lifecycle estimation and analysis
Equally weighing safety and process issues in establishing Weibull Analysis
criticality Workshop: Attendees will get to enhance their
Improving ROI through the implementation of process understanding by selecting a component for a particular
criticality design
Group exercise: Attendees will perform a criticality Enhancing the Maintenance Plan to improve on-stream reliability
assessment exercise to further comprehend the function of Identifying the maintenance strategies available
the assessment. o Condition based; what is available and what is best
suited for the environment
Life Cycle Costing (LCC): Balancing financial and asset outcomes to o Time or Cycle based; where is this applicable and
achieve optimal and minimum life-cycle cost how to apply it
Relating your strategies to asset capabilities to determine life- o Run to Failure; how do we manage the expectations
cycle costs and the impact
Factoring relevant technical and commercial risk into your o Design out Maintenance
asset economics Root Cause Analysis to identify and eliminate unnecessary
Developing a LCC model for your operations outages
Group discussion: Attendees will discuss with makes up on Reliability Centred Maintenance to refine the maintenance
plan
LLC.
Employing Change Management to effectively resolve operational
Ensuring Process Reliability as the fundamental to equipment reliability challenges
and safety Minimising potential hazards by identifying areas of change
Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA): Systematic Conducting benchmarking to achieve effective change
management
techniques for failure analysis to ensure reliability
Recognising the importance of change management as a tool
Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA):
Charting the probability of failure modes against the severity to enhance future changes
of their consequences Identifying potential changes and reviewing them prior to
Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP): Structured implementation to minimise risks
Establishing means and methods to detect both technical and
examination of a process or operation to identify and
mechanical changes effectively
evaluate risks
Implementing configuration management for effective change
Group exercise: Attendees will get to perform a small
management
HAZOP exercise to better understand the concept.
Establishing Training Requirements for your operations: What needs
to be included?
Maintenance Plan Development: The big picture
Training Needs Analysis
Component based process: What should be included
Skill Requirements Profile
Manufacturer recommendations: How to manage the
Training Methodology
expectations Group discussion: Attendees to discuss what training methodology is
needed for their respective organization.
Question and answer: Open session to discuss any aspects of the training
and cover off items identified at the start of the session which have not been
covered.

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DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY MAINTENANCE
Simplicity Is the Pre-Requisite for Reliability" - Edsger Dijkstra

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE: METHODOLOGIES:

08:30
Registration & Coffee The training will be facilitated using modern techniques, supported by case studies from real
09:00 process, Power plant environment and videos. The Analysis tools application to plant maintenance,
Morning Session Begins reliability and failure analysis will be exercised with mini workshop within the sessions. Participants
10:30 10:50
are requested to bring their laptops to exercise analysis software with their own plant data. Repair
Morning Refreshments &
Networking Break vs. replacement decisions on specific equipment will be exercised during the course.
13:00
Networking Luncheon
14:00
Afternoon Session Begins
15:30 15:50 THE CERTIFICATES:
Afternoon Refreshments & Networking
Break
17:00 MAWA EVENTS CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE WILL BE PROVIDED TO DELEGATES
Course concludes WHO ATTEND AND COMPLETE THE COURSE.

WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: MALCOLM HIDE

Malcolm is an independent maintenance consultant, with over 30 years experience in maintenance practices and setting up maintenance systems,
as well as being the Managing Director of Strategic Maintenance Ltd. The focus of the company is to eliminate all forms of waste in the
maintenance environment and to deliver a cost effective maintenance solution delivering to your expectations.

Malcolm Hide started his career in the Steel Industry, where he was ultimately responsible for the redesign of the water cooling system on a Blast
Furnace. He then went on to further his experience in the Oil and Gas Industry where he ran the condition monitoring department, performing
Vibration analysis, Oil analysis and Laser alignment on hundreds of pumps, motors, turbines and generators. From there he moved into a Abattoir
and Processed Meat Factory as the maintenance manager, where he was also responsible for setting up the maintenance team as well as rebuilding
around 50% of the factory while still maintaining the production environment inside the rebuild areas.

From there he moved to the BOC group of companies, where he managed the maintenance on several Air Separation plants, and after relocating
to the UK became responsible for monitoring and delivering maintenance best operating practice for Air Separation Plants worldwide. After this
he moved on to become Managing Director of a specialist automation company developing bespoke machinery for industry. During this time he
was involved in developing light weight air bearings for linear motor drive system and polishing gearboxes for an automated fibre optic polishing
line. Following on he joined the team delivering the baggage system for Heathrow Terminal 5, which is made up of over 17km of conveyor
systems, over 100 PLCs and in excess of 24,000 individually maintainable items. He was responsible for defining the maintenance strategy,
developing the maintenance plan, defining the maintenance team size, setting up all system related training requirements, setting up their CMMS
and defining the minimum spares stock holding for the system. Some of his CLIENTS mentioned below

MITTAL STEEL SOUTH AFRICA


SASOL
RENOWN FOOD PRODUCTS
BOC GASES
OXIM
VANDERLANDE INDUSTRIES WORKSHOP ASSOCIATED PARTNER:
BAA
HEATHROW AIRPORT
BABCOCK AIRPORTS
GATWICK AIRPORT
SHOP DIRECT GROUP
AIRBUS
EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN MENA

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