"MemCons, your partner for sustainable future"
Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Venue: MemCons Training Center,
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PM is the foundation of the entire maintenance philosophy. As a Key for all Maintenance and Production Personnel, unless the PM is effective, all subsequent maintenance activities will:
• Cost more than they should to implement
• Take longer than they should to implement
• Have a higher probability of failure

This course teaches the fundamentals of how to optimize a cost effective PM/ECCM process for your operation and implement a PM/ECCM program using practical experience from the field and case studies. PM/ECCM philosophy adapts the documentation method and level of detail depending on the consequence of breakdown (criticality of the equipment/process). You will practice the concepts learned in class using common components, equipment and processes.
The bottom line therefore is that unless the PM program is successful, the rest of the maintenance functions will be sub-optimized.

Course Content (2-Day)

• Why PM is Important
• Developing the PM Program
• Identifying the Equipment to include in the PM Program
• How to Develop PM Requirements for the Equipment
• How to Develop PM Task Sheets
• Determining the Skill Requirements for PM Tasks
• Determining the parts Requirements for PM Tasks
• Determining the Scheduling Requirement for PM Tasks
• Executing PM Tasks
• Consistent PM Program Follow-up
• PM performance management


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