Plant Maint Engr and Management

$263.00

Plant Maintenance Engineering and Management
(Facilities Management)

On-Demand, Recorded A/V

Program/Course Information
By: S. Bobby Rauf, P.E., C.E.M, MBA

Credit: 7.5 PDH’s (1-Day); 0.75 CEU’s
Lead Instructor: Professor Bobby Rauf, PE, CEM, MBA

Description

Program Description

This course caters to Plant Engineers, Professional Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Facilities Managers, Architects and other Professionals who are interested in enhancing their knowledge and exposure to a broad spectrum of engineering disciplines involved in maintenance and facilities management of modern industrial and commercial
facilities. This course shares some proven and effective plant maintenance engineering best practices that are learned through experience and are not an explicit component of engineering curricula. This seminar introduces the participants to computer based maintenance work order systems, their core functions/features and their pros and cons. For those professionals who are experienced in the industrial and commercial technology, this course provides an opportunity to refresh and expand their knowledge on making “repair versus replace” decisions on capital intensive plant equipment; real yet obscure costs of energy and other vital utilities; preventive maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment, vibration testing and predictive maintenance; increasing MTBF, mean time between failures, on HVAC and other plant equipment; maintenance troubleshooting and problem solving. Participants are refreshed on and introduced to fundamental electrical terms and principles, followed by a virtual tour of electrical equipment found commonly in industrial plants and commercial facilities. Attendees are reminded of importance of workplace safety and introduced to common electrical and electronic safety equipment.

Topics to be covered

  • Maintenance Engineering and Management
  • Fundamentals of Electricity. Electrical and Control Systems
  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
  • Preventive and Predictive Maintenance, and Cost Savings Opportunities
  • Energy Management and Conservation.
  • Safety in Industrial Environment
  • Plant Project Engineering and Management
  • Life Cycle Cost and Economic Justification of Capital Projects

Learning Objectives & Take-Aways – After Attending this Course:

  1. You will have a better appreciation of challenges associated with sustaining and maintaining large industrial and commercial facilities,effectively and efficiently.
  2. You will be able to apply proven best practices that can help you maintain/sustain large industrial, institutional and commercial equipment and other critical assets in a cost effective, efficient and lean manner.
  3. Yow will gain familiarity with major types of electrical and mechanical equipment.
  4. You will be able to apply proven and effective energy and other utilities conservation ideas to reduce the operating costs in large industrial, institutional and commercial facilities.
  5. You will be able to apply proven best practices for effective interface and management of maintenance, energy and utilities technicians.
  6. You will be able to apply proven and effective safety best practices in large industrial, institutional and commercial environment.
  7. You become aware of plant engineering project mapping and project flow.
  8. You will know the gravity of workplace harassment, team morale and positive reinforcement.
  9. You will know how to develop project life cycle cost and how to perform basic financial analysis.
  10. You will get answers to your plant maintenance, facilities management, and plant engineering related questions.