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Preventive and Predictive Maintenance @ Kuala Lumpur


Preventive and Predictive Maintenance @ Kuala Lumpur
Preventive and Predictive Maintenance @ Kuala Lumpur
06 April 2016 - 07 April 2016
5 Star Hotel - To Be Announced (Malaysia) - Kuala Lumpur
In House Training , Plant and Engineers , Logistics Procurement and Supply Chain , Corporate Training


 Join Mike Sondalini, Author and World-Class Maintenance Expert this April 2016 in Kuala Lumpur!

Mike Sondalini Maintenance Expert 2016

"The cost of maintenance can send your business broke. If your annual maintenance cost is higher than 5% of your asset value you are in trouble!" – Mike Sondalini

- 35 years of experience in engineering and maintenance
- General Manager of Lifetime Reliability Solutions
- Past Chairman of the WA Chapter of the Maintenance Engineering Society of Australia
- Developer of freeforward, an UPTIME training series for chemical and process plant operators

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Why you cannot miss this event!

In the industry, it is proven that by adopting effective preventive and predictive maintenance techniques, the following benefits are complementary:

  • Eliminate much of the 33 – 50% of maintenance expenditures
  • Reduce unscheduled downtime caused by equipment or system failures – typically reductions of 40 - 60% are achieved within the first two years
  • Increased and sustained manpower utilization of 75 – 85%  and dramatically increase effective “wrench-time”
  • Higher production capacity – within three years, an increase of 15 – 40% in sustainable capacity can be measured
  • Useful operating life of plant assets will be extended by 33 – 60%


“This training was a good refresher for me because in this organization, we have been using a maintenance system which includes planning and scheduling. A good refresher of tools that we have been using for so long and probably forgotten about. I would definitely encourage the participation of those who are just dwelling into maintenance. Attend this and get some fresh ideas on how to do equipment planning and scheduling. It’s a good start! Mike has wealth of knowledge and examples that he can share from his experience.”
Thevidran Rajagopal - Planning & Scheduling Supervisor, Exxon Mobil Malaysia

“The trainer is very experienced & knowledgeable in his expertise; the content of the course is the strength of the event. There are a lot of things I have learnt from this training. This is a day to day basis of our job and we are able to get new ideas on how to tackle and solve problems. This training is a good exposure for new juniors to learn from. Kexxel Group provided satisfactory organization.”
Nik Mohd Ridhwan Nik Rashid – Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Engineer, Petron Malaysia Refining and Marketing

“Mike has full of real on-site situational experiences; he is clear and provides solution to issues that arise. His professionalism and knowledge are the strengths of this event. Kexxel Group had good coordination and was well managed.”
Saharudin Idris – Maintenance Manager, Dominos Malaysia

“Mike has an exceptional wealth of knowledge and an equal passion to share it. The overall subject matter was the strength of the event”.
Stephen Andrew Bennett - Facilities Planning Manager, Hamad International Airport

“The trainer is capable and professional; the topic of the training is most useful. Thanks a lot for your effort, Kexxel Group.”
Iyad Nouri Alawaysheh – Maintenance Engineering Manager, Roads and Transport Authority

“Mike did a great job in delivering the material and provided excellent examples. The great content and the book has many valuable information that could benefit our business. While the Maintenance KPI, Business Process and Flow were the main strength of the event.”
Sohail Hashem Al Marzouqi - Engineer, Maintenance and Services Department, Roads and Transport Authority

What you will learn by the end of this course?

  • How to coordinate resources and people
  • Install the right systems and schedule maintenance activities
  • How to deliver high-quality workmanship and become highly productive
  • Ensure machines and equipment operates reliably for far longer.
  • Discover the best techniques, practices and methods behind total productive maintenance
  • The necessary requirements to deliver highly effective maintenance work planning and scheduling outcomes.

Program Agenda

Day 1

Session 1: Purpose of Maintenance

  • 6 Big Losses from Machines
  • Life Cycle Equipment Management
  • Equipment Design Limitations
  • Design envelope
  • Operating specifications
  • Physics of Failure
  • Materials of construction limitations
  • Design requirements and conditions
  • Activity: Identify Physics of Failure Mechanisms Job, Work and Personnel Safety

Session 2: Maintenance Management

  • Maintenance Strategy Selection
  • Maintenance Types
  • Failure History Collection

Session 3: Reliability Management

  • Equipment Reliability
  • Failure Mode Effects Analysis
  • Reliability Creation

Activity: Do an FMEA

Session 4: Total Productive Maintenance

  • Overall Equipment Effectiveness
  • TPM Team
  • Standardize Operating Procedures
  • Standardize Maintenance Procedures
  • Visual Management Methods
  • Operator Watch Keeping

Activity: Write Accuracy Controlled Procedures for TPM tasks

Day 2

Session 5: Preventive Maintenance

  • Definition
  • Mechanical Equipment in PM
  • Electrical Equipment in PM
  • Instruments and Control Equipment in PM
  • Selecting PM Frequency
  • Developing a PM Program

Activity: Selecting PM tasks

Session 6: Predictive Maintenance

  • Definition
  • Equipment Degradation Cycle
  • Equipment Condition Monitoring
  • Mechanical Equipment in PdM
  • Electrical Equipment in PdM
  • Instruments & Control Equipment PdM
  • Selecting PdM Frequency
  • Developing a PdM Program

Activity: Selecting PdM tasks

Session 7: Supporting Practices

  • Failure Prediction
  • Maintenance Prevention (MP)
  • Precision Maintenance
  • Jobs Library by Equipment
  • One-Point Lessons
  • Continous Improvement Process
  • Root Cause Failure Analysis

Activity: Conduct a Root Cause Analysis

Session 8: Implementing PM and PdM in TPM

  • Personnel Documentation
  • TPM Team Training
  • Operator Care Skills Training
  • Maintenance Work Quality Assurance
  • Job Planning and Scheduling
  • Using the Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
  • Details to Put in Work Orders
  • Job History Recording and Reporting
  • Monitoring and Measuring

*******For more details, kindly download the brochure*******


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Save up to 50% from in-house courses!

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5 Star Hotel - To Be Announced (Malaysia)
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