Plant Maintenance Training

BASIC OF MAINTENANCE  & MATERIALS MANAGEMENT (2-DAYS)

 

Why it’s Important?
Knowledge of Basics of Maintenance is important to the Participants to understand upkeep of equipment, design, reliability, maintainability and Operational availability at Plant.

Materials Management is important to the Participants to understand the impact of materials non-availability, quality, and excess inventory in overall context of Plant Economics and ensure proper planning.

 

Objectives: After the course, the participants will be able to,

1.Understand the importance of Plant Reliability, Maintainability and Availability
2.Know the importance of resource planning
3.Understand the criteria of maintenance classification and its impact
4.Manage inventory of resources effectively
5.Understand the operational safety practices


For Whom: Engineers, Supervisors, Store/Material Officers

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ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY   (1-DAY)

  

Why it’s Important?
To understand and practice right methods to minimize the negative/side effect of operations on Environment, Health and Safety. 

For Whom: Supervisors, Workman

 

Objectives: After the course, the participants will be able to

1.Understand the Environment, Health and Safety in context of Industrial operation
2.Know Government Regulations and norms of EH&S in industry
3.Follow the safe work practices
4.Understand the impact on EH&S on plant economics

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INDUSTRY ORIENTATION PROGRAM  (1-DAY)

 

Why it’s Important?

Industrial Orientation is important for fresh and young workforce to make them familiar with the Industrial Environment and to ensure their effective organizational learning.

For Whom: : 0-2 years Experience (Graduate/Diploma Engineers/ Management Trainees/ Admin Officers)

 

Objectives: After the course, the participants will be able to,

1.Know the difference between academic and Industrial environment
2.Understand the Industrial structure and practices
3.Know roles and responsibility
4.Know the guidelines for learning and enhance required competence

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