Reducing Recurring Equipment Failures by Identifying Root Causes
Fundamental knowledge and skills to recognize and understand different failure mechanisms
Reducing Recurring Equipment Failures by Identifying Root Causes is a workshop which aims to provide the fundamental knowledge and skills to recognize and understand different failure mechanisms; to identify key features of failed components; to differentiate between failures due to lubricant issues and those from other causes; and to take remedial steps to prevent re-occurrence of such failures. The workshop includes seeing firsthand an extensive range of real failed components. This workshop provides essential knowledge for a wide range of technical professionals.
At the end of the day participants will be able to identify key features of failed components, make educated judgements about the cause of failure, using a structured approach, and be able to identify the correct remedial steps required to help prevent such failures from occurring again.
Who should attend?
Superintendents | Managers | Foremen | Lead Persons | Area Managers | Maintenance Personnel | QA/QC Personnel