Key Learning Objectives
- Understand and align shutdown requirements with maintenance and production requirements
- Gain new insights into the shutdown management cycle as applied to routine shutdown projects
- Learn how to assess the work scope for Maintenance Shuts impacted on by both primary (deterministic) and secondary (probabilistic/arising) work
- Develop ways to assess and manage scope creep and work arising
- Master the timing of crucial preparation phases to allow for adequate preparation
- Evaluate mechanisms to justify requirements of well-designed scopes-of-work for shutdowns
- Determine the management framework, systems support and organisational structures required to support shutdowns
- Assess templates and formats for shutdown information such as work packages and the project schedule
- Create work management practices to control and manage work execution during the shutdown based on visual work flow practices
- Identify key reporting requirements to support shutdown execution control and project evaluation
About the Course
The role of the asset owner is to ensure that the assets and related services are available and capable to support the mission of the enterprise.
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 impacts significantly on how shutdown scopes of work and downtime is viewed by the organisation and shutdown management processes and their business owners are constantly under scrutiny to improve.
Effective shutdown management also relies on an increased maturity in managing asset information to support work scope definition and effective execution.
Shutdown management presents a complex risk scenario. Detailed justification of work scopes is a basic requirement. Detailed economical decision making tools and quantitative assessment of these risks are required to support decision making.
This course is designed to bring all these elements together to demonstrate the practical applications of shutdown management and how it impacts on the business and the management of asset in general.
Several case studies are evaluated to reflect on these key issues.
Who Will Benefit
The course is ideally suited to enable asset owners, asset management and maintenance practitioners, machine specialists and machine book custodians, Classified Plant responsible persons, engineering and reliability professionals to effectively make decisions about their assets.
- Project Managers, engineering managers
- Project Planners / Coordinators / Schedulers
- Shutdown Superintendents and Supervisors
- Maintenance Superintendents and Supervisors
- Asset Portfolio Managers, Facility managers
- Maintenance and Shutdown Service Providers
- Operations/Production Managers, Maintenance Managers
- Reliability Engineers
- Maintenance Planners/Coordinators/Schedulers
The course is designed for people who need to understand which features of an iron ore body are important from a processing and end user point of view.
Geologists, mineral process engineers, managers and directors of project development companies, design engineers moving into a mineral processing field and other technical personnel planning to enter the iron ore industry. Finance personnel being asked to fund projects and new mining industry graduates will also find this beneficial, however some understanding of basic mineral processing is recommended.
When & Where
EM126- Shutdown Planning & Management
5* Hotel (Name to be confirmed)
September 11, 2019
from 9 AM to 13:00 PM (4 Days)
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