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Dak Consulting

Developing Improvement Leaders

Telephone: 01491 845 504

In-house Training
  • The DAK Training Academy provides practical training in the application of improvement tools for key managers, team leaders and change agents. In addition to our "open" workshops, DAK offer in-house customised programme's that will fit the needs of individual organisations. Give us a call today and let us help you to develop organisations improvement leaders with a blend of in house training, coaching and hands on support.  Its completely free with no obligation.

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Fast-track RCM 2 Day Training Workshop

Date: 28th - 29th November 2017
Location: Coventry
Cost: £795.00 + VAT - 2nd delegate half price

Traditional preventive maintenance practices can fail to deliver consistently high plant performance because they do not consider all factors which can adversely impact on plant performance.  Fast-Track RCM uses the same rigorous logic as Classical RCM but covers the development of counter measures to all equipment failure modes including set up, performance and the impact of production processes. 

20 reasons why people booked a place on this course!

Traditional preventive maintenance practices can fail to deliver consistently high plant performance because they do not consider all factors which can adversely impact on plant performance.

Fast-track RCM uses the same rigorous logic as Classical RCM but covers the development of countermeasures to all equipment failure modes including set-up, performance and the impact of production processes.

Understand the lessons learned from the aircraft industry and how best practice maintenance tactics can increase reliability.

Know how to analyse equipment functionality to manage failure modes and reduce equipment effectiveness losses.

Recognise the importance of Hidden Failures.

Understand the significance of random failure and the move away from time-based to condition-based maintenance.

 

Learn how to use Fast-track RCM Decision Logic to determine what preventive actions are recommended.

 

Know how to rapidly release the full potential of current and planned equipment purchases.

 

Who should attend?

The workshop content is designed to help maintenance and production personnel to improve equipment reliability and equipment performance.  The approach is applicable to Lean, TPM and Six Sigma improvement toolsets.

It is also relevant for managers and change agents who want create an effective equipment improvement programme to deliver the full potential of it.

The workshop approach combines theory and case studies to develop understanding and establish a prevention led route map to higher levels of equipment performance.

Course Leader - Michael Dixey of GGR Associates

Michael specialises in assisting companies improve the reliability and performance of their manufacturing and process plant - using derivatives of Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) for leading manufacturers in a wide range of industries including food, drink, pharmaceuticals, agrochemical, packaging and medical equipment

Cost: £795.00 + VAT - 2nd delegate half price

Workshop fees include all course materials, refreshments and lunch on all 2 days. Accommodation is available with preferential rate.