Best-In-Class Reliability Elements to Support Plant
Operations, Uptime and Profitability
Nov 10th 2020
Redwood Park Estate, Stallingborough,
Grimsby DN41 8TH
Join us on November 10th 2020 at CATCH Humberside for our Reliability Elements Workshop
The importance of Reliability
With organisations relying on a plant to maintain core business activities and essential revenue streams, accurate and proactive reliability is essential. The overall safety and fit-for-purpose status of the plant is crucial. Equipment and machinery reliability can be significantly enhanced with a continuous eye on refining and expanding your operations and maintenance strategies.
This one day workshop will review some best-in-class elements that can support an organisation’s journey of operational excellence and reliability and will be completed with a self-assessment of your own facility.
How much is the Reliability Workshop?
Places are £695 per person and includes coffee, tea or water throughout both days as well as lunch. Each delegate will also receive a free half-day Reliability consultation at a mutually convenient time with our director Mr Gary Tyne CRL.
“A great course and a great learning experience”
“I enjoyed the full course especially the interactive exercises”
“The two-tiered approach to solving problems dependent on risk levels was very interesting”
The trainers experience and enthusiasm for the subject along with real case studies made this course a pleasure to attend. I will be recommending this to my colleagues”
“Very effective training”
What will the workshop entail?
Comparing and Analysing Current and Optimum Strategies
- Understanding elements of asset strategy optimisation, zero-based maintenance budgets, resource and spares optimisation
- Improving effectiveness of existing maintenance strategies
- Assessing the impact of both predictive and preventive maintenance plans on the overall business
Defect Elimination – Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Best Practices and Methodologies
- How RCA is a key tool for eliminating defects and identifying solutions to prevent reoccurrences
- RCA investigations – from the 5 ‘whys’ to Cause and Effect Analysis
- What we need to investigate through trigger points
- What is the role of the team and facilitator?
- Solutions to prevent future reoccurrences of the problem
Frontline Reliability Leadership – Who is Leading the Reliability Effort?
- Why and how outcomes are strongly influenced by mindsets and capabilities of individuals and teams
- Recognising the need for management commitment and active leadership throughout the journey
- Ensuring common values and objectives are shared across the organisation
Operational Excellence through Reliability in Design (RiD) – Why Do We Need it?
- Techniques during project phases – from initiation to close-out
- The 9 deliverables of a Reliability in Design (RiD) process – ensuring all elements of lifecycle costs are incorporated during the design phase of the Project Gate Process
- Ensuring decision-making during the design phase of a project
- Improving asset performance with reduced operating and maintenance costs
Work Management – Planning, Performance and Productivity
- Identifying best practices, methods and systems required to get the most from planning and scheduling
- How accurate maintenance planning maximises tool time, resource and information availability
- Driving quality with high-quality planning and performance
Industry 4.0 – Are you ready?
- Driving greater value in your factory and across the supply network through Industry 4.0 capabilities
- Leveraging digital and physical technologies for improved manufacturing processes