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Maintenance Engineering Management Strategies

Engineering & Maintenance Strategy to Optimize Cost & Equipment Life-Cycle

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Online - Virtual , 20240813 13 - Aug - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Dubai - UAE , 20240909 09 - Sep - 2024 5 - Day $4,950 Register
Online - Virtual , 20241112 12 - Nov - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Dubai - UAE , 20241209 09 - Dec - 2024 5 - Day $4,950 Register


Maintenance strategies that are well-executed achieve the six goals of maintenance: equipment reliability, failure avoidance, defect elimination, lowest operating costs, risk reduction, and maximum productivity. If you fail to accomplish one of them, your maintenance efforts will not yield the large payoffs that they should. Modern maintenance aims to maximise operating profit by increasing reliability at all stages of the business lifecycle.

This Engineering & Maintenance Strategy Training Course shows and explains how to select and use preventive, predictive and precision maintenance strategies. You will discover cutting-edge and best-practice strategies for keeping equipment running without interruption for long periods, producing at maximum sustainable capacity with first-pass quality throughput, and making industrial operations highly profitable. Learn to concentrate your maintenance methods and practices on defect removal and failure elimination at all life cycle stages. You will understand how to make your business processes and production equipment better and more reliable.


By attending this unique Engineering & Maintenance Strategy Training Course, participants will:

  • Get an overview of Maintenance Organization Objectives and Challenges
  • Understand the total actual cost impact of equipment failures
  • Review basic equipment design to discover what is necessary for its proper operation
  • Investigate expectations for the performance of plant and equipment
  • Establish frequencies and a program for PM/PdM
  • Identify processes, information, physical resources and job skills required for PM/PdM
  • Recognise other business processes and knowledge that link to PM/PdM
  • Track and trend PM/PdM performance, outcomes and savings
  • Identify necessary documentation, its content and its arrangement for PM/PdM
  • Initiate the continuous improvement of PM/PdM systems and processes
  • Embed best practice maintenance into your organisation
  • See an overview of the Computerized Maintenance Management System CMMS
  • Understand How to Manage Maintenance Work through WO Management
  • Manage Using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) and Benchmarking


The Engineering & Maintenance Strategy Training Course is beneficial to all those who are involved in Engineering and & maintenance, especially:

  • Maintenance managers, engineers & planners
  • Reliability and Maintenance engineers, facilities and utility managers
  • Operations, production managers and supervisors
  • Plant engineers, design engineers, reliability engineers
  • Operators, safety engineers, risk engineers, CMMS and spare parts personnel
  • Inspection, materials, safety and maintenance engineering team


Engineering & Maintenance Strategy Training Course is developed based on the adult learning concept. The course will be highly interactive, with opportunities to advance your opinions and ideas. To ensure the concepts introduced during the course are understood, they will be reinforced through a mix of learning methods, including lecture-style presentation, open discussion, case studies, simulations and group work.

Pre & Post course assessments will be used to measure the effectiveness of this training.


Module 1 - Key Design and Engineering Concepts for High Reliability

  • KeyTopics:

    • The Big Picture and Where is Maintenance in the Big Picture?
    • Lifecycle Effect on Costs and Profits
    • Defect and Failure True Costs
    • Variability and Defect Creation
    • Defect Elimination Strategy
    • Risk and Probability of Failure
    • Physics of Failure
    • Reliability Growth Cause Analysis

Module2 - Reliability Engineering, Process Mapping, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) & Maintenance Strategies

  • KeyTopics:

    • Reliability Engineering Overview
    • Essential Tools and Techniques for Improving Equipment Reliability
    • Reliability Modelling
    • Process Mapping for Reliability
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • Understanding Maintenance
    • Main Maintenance Strategies
    • Reactive Maintenance – Run to Failure Maintenance
    • Preventive Maintenance

Module 3 - Maintenance Strategic Options and Relationships

  • KeyTopics:

    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Proactive Maintenance
    • Precision Maintenance
    • Maintenance Strategy Selection Basis and Methodology
    • Asset Criticality Assessment/Analysis
    • Reliability Centered Maintenance RCM

Module 4 - Maintenance Organisation Objectives, Challenges & Planning

  • KeyTopics:

    • Maintenance Organisation Objectives
    • Maintenance & Asset Lifecycle Cost
    • Maintenance Budget Planning
    • Difference between Planning and Scheduling
    • Main Objectives of Maintenance Planning & Scheduling
    • Planning and Scheduling Efficiency
    • “World-class” Wrench Time
    • Planning, Scheduling & Coordination Benefits
    • Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Process
    • The Six Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Principles

Module 5 - Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) & KPIs

  • KeyTopics:

    • What is CMMS?
    • CMMS Capabilities
    • Job Plan Task Development
    • Work Management
    • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
    • Benchmarking against the Industry Best

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