Non-Accredited Training

Autonomous

Maintenance

Learn about Autonomous Maintenance and its different components

Developing & implementing a reliable maintenance strategy for production equipment

A reliable maintenance strategy is integral to the world class manufacturing concept of Total Productive Maintenance. 

AUTONOMOUS MAINTENANCE

  • Autonomous Maintenance is best understood to be the implementation of a system and process that optimises machine reliability and efficiency.

  • The purpose of this workshop is for delegates to gain an in-depth knowledge of all the different aspects related to the practice of Autonomous Maintenance. 

  • This workshop can be linked to US 9913 Perform first line maintenance, NQF 3, 14 Credits if required.

OVERVIEW

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Operational staff learn about Autonomous Maintenance and its different components. 

  • Staff are also introduced to World Class Manufacturing principles through facilitation. 

  • Operational staff then understand and appreciate their role towards Autonomous Maintenance.

  • In addition, the practice of First Line Maintenance and how it contributes to Autonomous Maintenance is better perceived in terms of how to execute it and how to contribute to the overall maintenance system.  

  • Delegates are exposed to basic problem solving methods and skills. More specifically how problem solving impacts the Autonomous Maintenance process. 

A minimum of 6 learners per group is required to run this programme on a cost effective basis.

GROUP SIZE

 

DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING A RELIABLE MAINTENANCE

STRATEGY FOR PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT

  • A reliable maintenance strategy is integral to the world class manufacturing concept of Total Productive Maintenance. 
    Industrial organisations delay the priority of independently developing a maintenance strategy due to the limited internal resources.

  • CPC has over 15 years experience in developing customised maintenance strategies for small and large manufacturing companies through the use of MSG3 (Maintenance Steering Groups) technique.

  • CPC engineering specialists will coordinate and facilitate input from internal experts in a non-intrusive and least disruptive manner to produce the Maintenance Strategy.

OVERVIEW

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The basic maintenance package would consist of a set of work instructions defining standard operating procedures for all operational staff.

  • The maintenance schedules ensure that the plant is maintained to an acceptable level of performance targets whilst prolonging the dependable lifespan of equipment.

  • Assists with machine capability studies and budget setting including capital and operational expenditure.

  • Supports the maintenance team to manage and coordinate the right maintenance at the right time within the pressurised production environment.

  • Aids with problem solving such as formal failure analysis.

A minimum of 6 learners per group is required to run this programme on a cost effective basis.

GROUP SIZE

 
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