Date: Aug. 8, 2017–Aug. 10, 2017
Time: 8:00 am–5:00 pm
Location: Perkins Hall Room 67
The RMC’s hands-on maintainability lab has been designed for those new to the fields of maintenance & reliability, those needing further knowledge in maintainability concepts and best practices, as well as, experienced personnels wishing to refresh and reinforce their knowledge.
This 2 day course is ideal for engineers, technicians, tradespeople, and operations personnel – either as individuals or functional teams. Through hands-on class exercises and demonstration attendees will:
- Discover the links between Maintainability, Reliability and Availability
- Experience first-hand the value of Kaizen Events
- Study the relationship between maintainability and Safety
- Find out how the Aging Workforce impacts maintainability practices
- Change your thinking process with exposure to new concepts
- Learn how Visual Controls and Mistake-Proofing can dramatically improve your performance
- Discover why Accessibility, Standardization and Modularity make tremendous sense
- Gain understanding of how LEAN principles apply to Maintainability
- Review a plethora of Practical Maintainability concepts
- Tie it all together with Systems Thinking and develop an individual Action Plan
Improve your personal performance as well as enhancing your organization’s potential through tried and true practices and principles!
Cost of class Includes Class Notebook and copy of well-known author Bob Williamson’s
“Lean Machines for World-Class Manufacturing and Maintenance”.
Lunch / breaks are included. Attire is casual.
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