Preventive Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance of Devices and Equipment

Online price: SAR 1500

Offline Price: SAR 2200

Course Duration: 5

Duration (Hrs) 20 Hours/Hours

Course date: 12/06/2022

Course date (2): 13/11/2022

Course Mentor: ESI

Introduction
Preventive Maintenance is defined as a set of activities and procedures undertaken by the maintenance department, in order to maintain machinery and equipment in good operating conditions, and to avoid sudden malfunctions and failures, by addressing any shortcomings before they reach a state of breakdown or failure. It also makes the devices in a good operational condition at all times, and return them to the normal state in the event of failure, to obtain high-quality production lines, within a reasonable cost and a specific system, and to conform to the required specifications, in terms of quantity, quality, and product quality, as well as health and safety requirements.

Course elements

  • Causes of malfunctions
  • Types of maintenance
  • Regular preventive maintenance
  • Predictive preventive maintenance
  • Condition Monitoring Maintenance
  • Outsourcing maintenance to contractors
  • Theoretical examination
  • Oil analysis
  • Non-destructive testing

Why do we need to maintain devices and equipment?

  • To fix an existing problem
  • To prevent an unexpected problem
  • To improve performance
  • To increase reliability
  • To raise the level of safety

By the end of this program, the trainee will be able to

  • Determine the required preventive maintenance tasks
  • Develop a preventive maintenance program based on the experience gained
  • Reducing the causes of collapses to the lowest level
  • Define required predictive maintenance tasks
  • Maintenance as needed
  • Define, monitor, and control maintenance program variables

Study the causes of malfunctions

  • Operational conditions
  • Mechanical problems
  • Electrical problems
  • Possible sources of malfunctions

Preventive maintenance goals

  • Reduce crashes
  • Extend equipment life
  • Improve equipment efficiency

Participants will:

  • Prepare an appropriate preventive maintenance program
  • Develop a preventive maintenance program as needed
  • Preparing the appropriate predictive maintenance program
  • Develop a predictive maintenance program as needed
  • Evaluate the performance of the maintenance department
  • Determine the strengths and weaknesses of the maintenance department
  • Develop the maintenance department by adding preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance
  • Modify the program by applying the lessons learned from those programs
  • Identify the root causes of problems and perform appropriate maintenance of equipment
  • Reaching stops to a minimum
  • Reducing maintenance costs to a minimum while raising the level of performance

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for a wide range of employees, and this course will benefit greatly:

  • Operations, maintenance, and planning managers
  • Operation and maintenance engineers
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Maintenance supervisors

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