In order to give (starting) managers and engineers in the field of technical maintenance and asset management a framework to function better and more efficiently in these jobs, BEMAS organizes the training cycle Maintenance & Asset Management.
This three-day course covers the benefits of work preparation and planning. You will learn how to align your work preparation and planning processes for your daily maintenance and shutdowns, how to get the most out of your maintenance team by increasing effectiveness and performance, and how to make significant inroads into your shutdown processes. In this course, you will learn about both routine maintenance and periodic line stops.
The industry constantly strives for the highest possible availability of its installations (assets). One of the ways it tries to achieve this is by not having breakdowns between two consecutive planned preventive tasks.
Essential problem solving skills are always needed. When it comes to extensive root cause analyses, major incidents or continuous improvement problem solving. Yet for most problems, an extensive heavy-handed approach is not necessary at all.
During this two-day training course, you will learn all the principles and techniques needed to draw up a failure mode driven maintenance plan. This training allows you to select the appropriate predictive techniques for the failure mode in place.
The course provides a detailed overview of RCM3 and is intended for anyone involved or interested in optimising the performance of physical assets. Physical and economic risks are mitigated by defining maintenance activities and, where necessary, by determining redesign and procedures.