Machine up-time is critical to any business. We all understand that machine and asset reliability is a fundamental necessity. However for many, true reliability proves to be an elusive goal. We carry out preventative maintenance practices on our machines, but breakdowns still occur. Why can’t we really seem to eliminate common failures?
The 21st century has brought with it many new and exciting technologies, and some of these innovations are being be applied in the field of plant and asset maintenance. However, we still need to design and build-in reliability into our systems, and apply sound preventative maintenance practices and condition based monitoring if we expect to see any tangible benefit from the new technologies.
This training course provides a general guidance, answering the ‘What’, ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of maintenance philosophies and Industry 4.0 thinking, discussing what we could improve, and how we could improve before we apply new innovations in the field of industrial reliability.
Who should attend?
This course is for all organisations, large and small, and across all industry sectors and is ideal for managers, supervisors and small business owners. Employees at any level will gain an understanding of how the maintenance, repair and overhaul industry is evolving and modernising.
This course is delivered in partnership with Hydac.