Best Practices for Maintenance and Reliability Technicians
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Course Overview

The course is a 5-day, highly interactive program designed and delivered to build an attendee’s knowledge on global best practices regardless of the learner’s starting point. The course covers the salient points and knowledge base as outlined and defined by the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP).
Specifically, the areas of concentration are:
→ Maintenance Practices − EHS detail, LO/TO, energy sources, cranes and hoists, tool specification, material handling, documentation
→ Preventive and Predictive Maintenance − maximizing MTBF, applying PM and PdM, lubrication, alignment, safety checks
→ Troubleshooting and Analysis − analyzing maintenance work, equipment functions, technical documentation, root cause analysis
→ Corrective Maintenance − troubleshooting, performing maintenance, monitoring equipment performance, releasing equipment after service
This is a fast and informative course. Interaction and student response is expected and required. Come to learn and to enjoy.

Key Takeaways

Maintenance Practices Maintenance activities related to safe and effective performance of maintenance activities.
Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Best practices in PM, condition monitoring, and lubrication with special focus condition monitoring technology capabilities.
Troubleshooting and Analysis Best practices for performing troubleshooting activities related to breakdowns and continuing equipment issues.
Corrective Maintenance Best practices for performing corrective maintenance activities.
Restore equipment to full function with special emphasis on precision maintenance and installation practices.

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Course Outline

Day 1: Introduction to Maintenance and Reliability
Overview of Exam Structure and Key Topics

•Overview of Exam Structure and Key Topics
•Principles of Maintenance and Reliability
•Safety Standards and Compliance
•Importance of Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
•Review & Q&A: Recap and question session

Day 2: Tools and Equipment Management
Tools and Equipment Usage

•Tools and Equipment Usage Following Manufacturer’s Specifications
•Conducting Effective Pre-Use Inspections
•Lubrication Practices for Equipment Longevity
•Alignment Techniques for Rotating Equipment
•Review & Q&A: Practice questions and key point review

Day 3: Maintenance Techniques and Strategies
Predictive Maintenance Techniques

•Implementing Predictive Maintenance Techniques
•Applying Measuring Tools for Accurate Maintenance
Handling and Storage of Maintenance Materials and Parts
•Documentation and Record Keeping in Maintenance Management Systems
•Review & Q&A: Maintenance scenarios and troubleshooting discussion

Day 4: Safety and Operational Excellence
Safety System Checks and Devices

•Safety System Checks and Device Maintenance
•Housekeeping and Waste Management on the Job Site
•Maintenance Strategies to Maximize Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
•Root-Cause Failure Analysis Techniques
•Review & Q&A: Safety protocols and case studies

Day 5: Review and Exam Preparation
Comprehensive Review

•Comprehensive Review of All Topics Covered
•Exam Tips and Strategies
•Mock Exam with Real-Time Feedback
•Final Q&A and Exam Stress Management Techniques
•Closing: Encouragement, tips, and course wrap-up

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for

Maintenance personnel

Maintenance technicians

Production personnel

Maintenance Planners and Schedulers

Front line maintenance supervisors

Team Leads

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What language will the course be taught in and what level of English do I need to take part in an LEORON training program?
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