Implementing & Optimizing Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
Kartika Chandra Hotel, Jakarta | Jun 28 – Jul 1, 2010 | Rp.7.250.000,-
Participants will learn about the objectives, benefits and features of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). The training discusses CMMS modules and state-of-the-art technologies that are used with a CMMS.
Participants will learn how to develop system specifications for their application as well as how to justify, evaluate, implement, and optimize a CMMS. Whether you operate in a small facility or a large, multi location plant, a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) will help you run your maintenance program more efficiently and cost effectively.
This CMMS training will help participants to understand the objectives, features and benefits of a CMMS and how this technology can help you to improve maintenance productivity, equipment quality and provide better service to other departments all while reducing your maintenance operations cost.
UPON COMPLETION OF THIS TRAINING PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING KNOWLEDGE
- Understand the Fundamentals of Maintenance Management
- Identify Key Modules of CMMS
- Identify Optional Features of CMMS
- Understand the Objectives, Features, and Benefits of CMMS
- Justify a CMMS
- Develop CMMS System Specifications
- Evaluate and Select a CMMS
- Optimize the use CMMS
Introduction of Maintenance Management
- Basic Modules
- Equipment Data
- Preventive Maintenance
- Work Order System
- Spare Parts Inventory Control
- Requisition / Purchasing
- Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
How to Justify a CMMS
- Determine Objectives, Features and Benefits of a CMMS for your application
- How to Justify a CMMS
- Document cost estimates
How to Evaluate/Select a CMMS
- What features does a quality CMMS provide
- What is the importance of the selection process
- Learn how to evaluate a CMMS using a comprehensive list of criteria
- Learn how to select the best CMMS for your organization that will work for many years (Using a unique mathematical model)
How to Implement a CMMS
- Do’s and don’ts of implementing a CMMS
- How to ensure management commitment
- How to determine scope of project
- Deciding schemes for equipment number, locations etc.
- How to gather/enter data
- Develop a prototype
- Final Implementation
- Follow up/Monitor continuous improvement
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING?
This course is designed for anyone who is concerned with implementing, optimizing or simply understanding a Computerized Maintenance Management System as a way to improve maintenance efficiencies. This training is a must for anyone who is involved in maintenance, planning, scheduling or operations at facilities or plants, including:
- Plant Engineers
- Operations Managers
- Maintenance Managers & Supervisors
- Engineering Technicians
- Industrial & Manufacturing Engineers
- Maintenance Planners
- Maintenance Schedulers
- Purchasing Managers
- Inventory Related Managers
- Anyone interested in Maintenance Management
Ir. Budhi Harto, MM/ Edo Herdianto
Ir. Budhi Harto, MM, is a practitioner who have 18 years extensive experience in petroleum production, completion, maintenance, mechanical facility engineering practice, and rotating machinery at major multi national offshore and onshore oil & gas and LNG companies. Excellent in planning, AFE budgeting, bid document preparation as well as defining SOW , technical and commercial evaluation, contractor assessment and selection, in major multi national oil & gas, and energy companies. Excellent analysis on equipment reliability & availability, mechanical equipment failure analysis, problem solving on heat exchanger, pumps, compressor, diesel engine, gas engine, crane and other plant equipment and utilities. Self initiative, sound business acumen and knowledge of economic analysis and fundamental petroleum well production, adaptability to new environment & changes, and with minimum supervision for achieving bottom-line of goal, MS Office, MS Project, and MP2 CMMS computer software literacy.
Jun 28 – Jul 1, 2010
Kartika Chandra Hotel, Jakarta
Rp.7.250.000,- per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.