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COURSE DESCRIPTION

The general objective of this course is to establish the importance of proper maintenance procedures and standards for commercial and industrial building facilities and utilities. It is too expensive to wait for the occurrence of failure to make the necessary repairs. When the plant or building begins to age, it is more efficient to have qualified personnel who could make the necessary repairs as well as follow proper maintenance procedures.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

1. Increase the participants' knowledge in the design and implementation of a systematic and of effective maintenance procedure; 2. Provide techniques and procedural tools for an efficient maintenance practice.


COURSE OUTLINE

1.0 PAINT TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

2.0 PLANNING, DESIGNING AND MAINTENANCE OF INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING SYSTEMS

3.0 ENERGY CONSERVATION IN BUILDINGS

4.0 MAINTENANCE OF INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 4.1 Industrial Electrical Equipment; Types, Codes and Standards 4.2 Maintenance of Electric Motors 4.3 Maintenance of Transformers 4.4 Maintenance of Control Components

5.0 MAINTENANCE OF INDUSTRIAL SERVICE EQUIPMENT 5.1 Air-conditioning Equipment, Design and Maintenance 5.2 Ventilating Fans and Exhaust Systems

6.0 HOUSEKEEPING / 5S 6.1 Introduction on 5S 6.2 5S and Productivity 6.3 What is 5S? 6.4 Types of 5S 6.5 How to Practice 5S? 6.6 How to Motivate People?

7.0 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 7.1 Industrial Safety Codes, Standards and Systems 7.2 Fire Protection; Elements of Industrial Fire Control 7.3 Plant Safety Programs and Procedures

METHODOLOGY

This three-day seminar will utilize lecture-discussion and problem solving sessions to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience between lecturers and participants.


MINIMUM BACKGROUND

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering preferably Mechanical, Electrical, Civil or those with equivalent work experience


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  - Facilities Managers and Engineers
  - Maintenance Managers and Supervisors
  - Building Administrators & Hotel Engineers
  - Plant Engineers
  - Energy Managers
  - Others  who  are  responsible  for  the maintenance  of company or
    plant facilities and utilities
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