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MANAGING EFICIENCY SHUTSDOWN TURNROUND

MANAGING  EFICIENCY SHUTSDOWN TURNROUND

Melia Purosani Hotel, Yogyakarta | 24 – 26 oct 2011 | Rp 7.500.000,-/peserta non residential





Description

1.  An Overview of Challenges and Common Mistakes in Shutdown Planning
Shutdowns and turnarounds are essential, but can become a budgeting nightmare for the organisation since they involve a huge investment which can escalate suddenly due to disruptions related to faulty contractor management, lack of planning and poor management of personnel and resources during this critical period. Get the big picture of the key elements required for effective plant shutdown and turnaround planning:

  • Clearly understanding when and why shutdowns occur
  • Examining the role of a shutdown within asset life cycle management
  • Current diffi culties experienced in shutdown planning

2.  Examining your Strengths and Critical Weaknesses in Shutdown Efficiency
Do you understand where your challenges and mistakes in the shutdown strategy are? Has your model been benchmarked against today’s best practice? Hit the exponential learning curve of this years’ seminar by working in groups to identify a self assessment method for your plant shutdown and turnaround planning. Each element of the course will help you to develop your own improvement plan tailored to your site.

  • Questioning your current shutdown practices
  • Understanding best practice and metrics
  • Establishing an improvement model

3.  Embedding Shutdowns into Business Strategy
Due to the major risk in plant downtime and maintenance budget overrun, improving the success of shutdowns can make or break an organisation’s productivity and bottom-line.

  • Creating a clear business plan for the shutdown
  • Determining desired outcomes and identifying limitations
  • Establishing a best practice model

4.  Best Practice Strategies to Plan and Schedule for Shutdowns
The most effective plant shutdown is of short duration and high intensity. Planning effectiveness is dependent on using the best information gathering model so that the most effi cient plan can be established and the most appropriate schedule developed.

  • Emerging best practices in collecting data to defi ne what the scope of work should be
  • Identifying and segregating the scope of work and critical jobs – how much to out-source/in-source/co-source
  • Integrating turnaround planning with other business activities
  • Identifying and managing risks

5.  Risk-free Contractor Management through Performance Based Contracting
Benefit from the tremendous effi ciency gained by setting up a contractor relationship that is based on responsibility and risk adoption.

  • Strategies to increase contractor commitment
  • Preparing your contractor strategy and contract plan
  • Understanding different contract types
  • Implementing a performance based contract
  • Designing and implementing appropriate key performance indicators to track on-going contractor performance

6.  New and Innovative Methods to Master Logistical Planning
Managing your shutdown logistics effi ciently can make or break your next shutdown and turnaround cycle. Make sure you are aware of the new and innovative methods available to you.

  • Effectively managing your personnel and material resources
  • Overcoming communication break downs and people stressors
  • Logistics management
  • Marshalling bulk work effectively

7.  Mastering Unexpected Challenges and Project Change during Shutdown
Even the most elaborate plan is likely to fall through when major uncertainties and unforeseen situations arise. Learn how to manage “discovery” and unexpected work during the shutdown.

  • Preparing yourself for trouble shooting
  • Integrating project change into your shutdown plan
  • Latest systems to manage and control costs

8.    Attaining a Safe and Reliable Shutdown of Best Practice Quality
Understand indicators and measures of quality, safety and reliability combined with realistic examples of best practice to minimise risks and to achieve zero harm events.

  • Indicators and measures of quality: Assessing the reliability of your plants and their performance
  • Strategies to ensure minimum risks
  • Communicating with your contractors to achieve safety and reliability during shutdown

9.  Reducing Software Complexity
Take the pain away from the planning system by learning how to utilise Microsoft planning for your next shutdown and turnaround.

  • Mastering the planning system with every software system
  • Reducing the complexity of software

10.  Developing Your Improvement Plan to Achieve Excellence
In this final session you will recap best practice measures and your self assessment model to develop an improvement plan tailored to your site. Leave with an example which can be implemented and is ready to deliver excellence.

  • How do the best of the best measure themselves and perform
  • How to develop your own roadmap to best practice
  • How to achieve a shutdown model of excellence performance



WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Mechanical Engineer /Supervisor/Superintendent
  • Maintenance Engineer/Supervisor/Superintendent
  • Rotating & Reliability Engineer /Supervisor/Superintendent
  • Professional who are in charge in lubrication and bearing systems
  • Everybody or professional who wants to broaden knowledge or gain benefits from this course



Instructor
:

Ir. Agus jayatun, MT.



waktu & tempat :

24 – 26 oct 2011, at hotel melia purosani yogyakarta



Investasi :

  • Harga Rp. 7.500.000,- / peserta non residendial
  • Special rate Rp. 7.000.000 / peserta for minimal pengiriman 3 peserta dari perusahaan yang sama

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