Plant & Asset Reliability Optimization
Gain a comprehensive understanding how to manage effectively the performance of new and ageing plant, facilities and machineries
Learn the latest techniques in Plant & Asset Risk Management
Develop assessment instrument to improve asset availability
Master the process of developing zero based budgets, focused on reliability improvement of critical equipment
Explore accident data to show the extent of age and its implication to your plant and facility
Discover key ageing mechanisms, including signs and symptoms
Develop a condition assessment plan and utilize the data efficiently
Systematically analyse the type of plant and process most susceptible to these mechanisms and current best practices
Reduce the risk of premature ageing
Optimize ageing equipment to ensure that it stay safe and reliable
Utilize problem-solving techniques of Root Cause Analysis for Root Cause Failure for key assets
Benchmark performance against world class best practices
The current economic climate focused on productivity and cost cutting implies that assets will be worked harder, and that limits are to be explored in a safe and structured manner. This situation is already increasing the focus of many asset owners to re-assess their practices regarding asset health and integrity management. In order to get optimal cost effective performance and reliability, owners need to know that their equipment status is known and managed.
In the recent decade, the Energy, Industrial, Oil & Gas and Manufacturing industries in Africa have struggled with maintaining asset and operational standards while working with their ageing and obsolete assets. The cost of repair and the challenges of maintaining these assets are sometimes too much for the operators to bear, hence safety and efficiency is sacrificed. This masterclass will help plant managers be equipped with the tools and proven effective strategies that can help them optimise reliability while reducing operational cost.
The issue of ageing plant & facilities, leading to an increased risk of loss of containment and other failures due to plant and equipment deterioration, has been shown to be an important factor in incidents and accidents.
Many companies may wish to operate equipment beyond its original design life or to repair or reuse equipment or to assess fitness-for-service and remnant life, but finds it difficult to achieve the right balance between assuring safety and cost-driven operation. They will benefit from knowledge about the risks and effects of ageing, the recent trends for asset management, and new technologies for maintenance, inspection, assessment and repair.
In addition to considering technological issues, the Workshop will also address softer management, people and competence issues that companies face in keeping equipment under control.
This Workshop will provide targeted information to help plant engineers and operators better understand the issues of ageing plant and to promote best practice for managing ageing assets.
This Workshop will provide targeted information to help plant managers and operators better understand the issues of new and ageing plant and to promote best practice for managing assets.
The identification and management of ageing plant issues in relation to operation efficiency and process safety is recognised in a number of key risk control systems which must be identified and documented in order that they are regularly reviewed and updated. Key elements include:
By the end of this three-day masterclass participants will have a clearer understanding of challenges and problems faced when managing new and ageing plant or manufacturing facility for a safe and sustainable future. The masterclass will provide a platform where knowledge and experience can be shared and where participants can better develop plans and strategies that they can instantly apply to benefit their current assets based upon the insights they gain at the event.
This three-day workshop is designed for VPs, Heads, Directors, Chiefs, Managers, Superintendents, Team Leaders and Engineers who focus on dealing with integrity of plant and facilities assets such as:
All information regarding the event will be listed on our event brochures. It contains all the necessary information such as the Investment Fee, Full Course Agenda, Top Learning Objectives, Trainer’s Profile, and more. You may request for an event brochure by:
a. Signing up on the Request for Brochure form located at the Event Page
b. Leaving a message to Sally via Salvo’s Support Message Box.
c. Sending an e-mail to email@example.com
You will be required to provide details such as your Name, Organisation, Corporate E-mail Address, Contact Number, and Country of Origin.
The exact hotel location will be made known to all delegates privately approximately 1 month prior to the commencement date. We do have preferential corporate rates at the event hotels. Interested parties may inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org or request for the event brochure. Delegates who have confirmed their participation with us will be contacted by our team as soon as a venue is finalised. Usually, we hold all our events in 5 star hotels based in the city centre.
Salvo typically provides a 10% discount from the original investment fee per delegate should a company send 3 or more delegates to attend the course. Specific discounts may differ for respective programs so please email email@example.com for further confirmation on the exact discount.
Aside from the group discount mentioned above, Salvo offers a special Early Bird Discount once a new event is released. However, delegates must register as soon as possible since the special rate will only be available for a limited time.
The Investment Fee will cover all the course documents and materials that will be used during the training, as well as luncheons and coffee breaks during the training program. The Investment Fee does not cover the travel and accommodation expenses of the delegates, however, we can assist you by providing details on the estimated cost for both. The Investment Fee is also exclusive of tax. Taxes are to be borne by the delegate’s organisation.
Once you receive a copy of the event brochure, complete the registration form which is located on the last page and send it back to us. Upon receipt of the completed registration form with authorization, we will proceed to block the seat(s) on our system for your organization. Thereafter, the invoice will be sent out by our Finance team for processing of payment.
Your payment can be made via Telegraphic Transfer or via Credit Cards through American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Diners. Bank charges and local withholding tax are to be borne by the registrant.
Full payment should be made within TEN (10) WORKING DAYS upon receipt of invoice.
Aside from the knowledge that our expert trainers are imparting, a Certificate of Completion will be issued to all delegates completing a minimum of 90% of the total hours of the course. Some of our events offer takeaways and free consultation after the course. It varies from programs to programs.
You will receive a pre-course questionnaire upon successful registration. Kindly state your specific concerns and issues on this questionnaire and send it back to us, as this will be consolidated and forwarded to the trainer during the formulation of the course agenda. Alternatively, you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding your concern so we can be in touch to ensure that your concerns is addressed asap.
The registration form carries at least a 50% cancellation liability 6 weeks prior to the commencement date of the event after a signed sales resignation contract has been received by Salvo. If we are notified less than 2 weeks prior to the commencement date of the event, full cancellation fees is applicable.
With that said, we do understand that last minute changes do occur in organizations due to last minute change in schedule, job requirements etc. As such, please contact us soonest at email@example.com so we can assist in the best way forward for any changes.