Maintenance planning and scheduling using structured and systematic approaches are critical for every successful plant. Maintenance planning and scheduling are the fastest and most effective investments that an organization can make to improve plant productivity and equipment availability.
Salvo Global’s 3-day course is designed to build advanced competency in maintenance planning and scheduling. The techniques that participants will learn in this course will allow for effective planning and scheduling of maintenance resources. The course covers all the fundamentals and advanced methods and applications that a suitably qualified professional would use in carrying out fully functional plant maintenance. In summary, the course provides a step-by-step practical guide to best practices of maintenance planning and scheduling that will essentially reduce maintenance costs and deliver maximum business benefits.
This training course is based on 35 years of real-life industrial experience of the trainer in maintenance planning and scheduling.
VPs, Directors, Division Heads, Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technicians, & Engineers from the following departments:
The Trainer (UK) holds a PhD and a Dr. of Sciences (habilitation) degree. He has trained and consulted for different industries worldwide. He has 35 years of real-life industrial experience in maintenance planning and scheduling holding key positions in major companies such as Rolls-Royce, SKF, Caterpillar, Dresser-Rand, Shell and Severn Trent Water.
He has developed and delivered training programmes worldwide for power & utilities, oil & gas, and manufacturing, including courses on maintenance planning and scheduling, machinery failure analysis and prevention, reliability-centered maintenance, condition monitoring of machinery, risk assessment for production and operations, and problem-solving and decision making.
He is also the author of over 200 publications (including 17 patents, 4 books, and 2 book chapters) in the areas of maintenance, condition monitoring of complex mechanical systems and root cause analysis.
Due to his many contributions, he has received many awards such as the Oxford OBN Award (2014), the Rolls-Royce Innovation Award (2011), and the William Sweet Smith Prize from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (2010).
He is an acclaimed entity in the field, holding several key positions in organizations such as:
- Chairman, International Society for Condition Monitoring
- Chairman, World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (2007)
- Chairman, International Condition Monitoring and Maintenance Conferences (2008-2016)
- General Chairman, First World Congress Condition Monitoring and Maintenance (2017)
- Co-Chairman, Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Technology Technical Committee of the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT)
- Editor-in-Chief, “Condition Monitoring” book series
- Fellow, British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT)
- Fellow, International Association of Engineers
- Fellow, UK Institution of Diagnostic Engineers
- Honorary Editor, International Journal of Condition Monitoring
- Honorary Co-Chair, World Congress of Engineering (2007-2016)
- Past Immediate President, International Institute of Acoustics
The trainer has helped many notable organizations achieve improved performance through training and consulting advise. These include: