TC UPTIMER, TRAINING COURSES IN CALGARY

Introducing…

"Pro-Active, Risk-Based, Error-Proof Maintenance" 
World Class Applied Reliability Engineering Training for Operating Plants

90% of machinery and equipment will still fail even with preventive or planned maintenance programs. No more need to waste time and money for new talent acquisition. Train your existing staff to predict, prevent failure and to manage your risk of downtime. $10,000 in applied reliability engineering can save $90,000 in repairs and save tens of thousands of dollars per hour in downtime, when done properly.

 

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COMPANIES:
LUNCH TIME FREE EVENT AT YOUR SITE Call to book

 

CUSTOM IN HOUSE COURSE: Public or at your facility; get the full course at company rate.

 

Individual or team: Contact us now for any inquiry and secure your seat. Join as a team of 3, get team discount.

 

FEBRUARY MARCH PUBLIC EVENT: Holiday Inn Hotel Macleod South 4206 Macleod Trail, Calgary, AB T26

 

Register today, Breakfast, Lunch buffet, and tee breaks provided, Parking is available and free.

Scheduled based on the intake, one week notice

 

TOPIC: Implementing Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)

From ‘Analysis to Action’

Join Thomas Nounezi ASQ CRE, MSc. Mechanical Engineer & Approved Lifetime reliability Solutions (LRS) and Plan Wellness Way (PWW) Trainer for this 2-day intensive course that will maximize the life and output of your machines. Thomas has traveled all over the world teaching game-changing strategies to:
Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Superintendents, Maintenance Planners and schedulers, Operations and design engineers, Operators and Maintainers.

 

Day 1

The Physics of Failure 

Why parts fail

Equipment Failure Curves

Early life – random – age
Maintenance strategy selection  

Risk Management

The components of risk
Measuring risk

Maximum Reliability

Series and parallel systems, life-cycle considerations, human factors  

Equipment Criticality

Identifying systems critical to plant safety and profitability and matching the maintenance effort

Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA)

Identifying failures and ways to eliminate them
Identifying the root-cause
Feasible ways (technically) of analysis  

Maintenance Strategy Selection

Selecting Preventive and Predictive Tasks
Operating Risk Reduction
How workmanship quality produces high reliability

Day 2

Design Principles of Low-Cost, Usable, Reliable, Maintainable & Safe System

Identifying Project and Operating Risk
Setting Reliability Standards
Reducing Operating Risk at Design
Maximizing Availability
Controlling Human Factors
Quality Control – setting pass/fail criteria
Importance of Standardization
Accuracy controlled procedures  

Metrics to track effectiveness of equipment

The metrics to check the effectiveness of the implementation
Proactive Condition Monitoring
MTBF improvement measures
Duane/Crow-AMSAA plots
Operational improvement measures

Computerized Maintenance Management System

Standardize all relevant information

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

Optimize plans and schedules

Mission Statement

It is our mission to be the leader in fostering reliability and precision-based maintenance, operations and management skills through individual training designed to fill in missing skill gaps for each trainee. These gaps, once filled, help companies lower maintenance costs, increase life cycles of their heavy duty machines and manufacturing plants and ultimately be more successful.

VISION STATEMENT  

Our vision is to help the industrial workforce have failure-free, stress-free and safe operations. This vision will be achieved through helping companies to accurately plan, implement, benchmark and measure their best practices.

business goals

Through training and consultancy, Help design, manufacturing, operation and production companies to:

Reduce procurement’, operations’, and maintenance’s cost to the lowest possible.

Lift and sustain asset’s availability, productivity; product and services quality; projects’ return on investment.

core values

Ethics

Continuous improvement

Dependability