The purpose of maintenance is to ensure the maximum efficiency and availability of production equipment, utilities and related facilities at optimal cost and under satisfactory conditions of quality, safety and protection for the environment. Maintenance was long considered as a subordinate function, entailing an inevitable waste of money. There was a tendency to lump it together with troubleshooting and repairing machinery that was subject to wear and obsolescence. However, enterprises today are realizing that maintenance is not merely a ‘partner’ in production: it is an indispensable requirement for producing. Its relation with equipment performance is a question of integrated strategy at senior management level. As such, the maintenance function becomes a management responsibility. The training course also introduces several major types of maintenance to be carried out on machines/equipments and safety. Moreover, this AETI training course on IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMES BASIC 1 will cover all aspects of a modern maintenance practices and associated systems steps to planning/ scheduling Proper maintenance inspections allow participants to catch problems before they become bigger, more expensive ones. This training course discusses the type of maintenance programs participants will encounter, and the types of routine inspections participants will be expected to carry out.
Offered by: AETI