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51 - LONG - Long-Term Programs

LONG 286 - General Maintenance (26 Weeks)

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Course Description

For years, maintenance has been treated as a dirty, boring and ad hoc job. It’s seen as critical for maintaining productivity but has yet to be recognized as a key component of revenue generation. The question most often asked is “Why do we need to maintain things regularly?” The answer is “To keep things as reliable as possible.” This course delivers more practical and new maintenance and reliability best practices concepts and tools. It helps participants develop a road map to reliability and introduces them to new and future trends and their impact on productivity.

 Note:"The minimum number of participants to conduct this course is 3 person"

Course Objectives

  • Understanding the Maintenance management and reliability
  • Evaluating and justifying a maintenance programs using value = benefit – cost
  • Targeting maintainability and/or reliability in the development of a facility maintenance plans
  • Learning the PLAN, DO, REVIEW cycle of continuous improvement
  • Taking a look into the new trends and technologies  

Who Should Attend?

  • Technical support staff 
  • Operations supervisors
  • Maintenance supervisors
  • Planners
  • Engineers
  • Leaders and technicians
  • Those who wish to apply maintenance effectively for maintaining machines
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