Maintenance Outsourcing Excellence - Reduce risk and add value to maintenance outsourcing in a lean environment
25 May - 27 May, 2015 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 3175 Closed
Following information: Venue at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Training Date from 25 May 2015 till 27 May 2015
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SGD 2963 Purchase it before 08 Apr 2015
SGD 3175

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Reduce risk and add value to maintenance outsourcing in a lean environment.

Outsourcing some or all maintenance is becoming increasingly popular in a wide range of industries as a way of maintaining maximum flexibility at minimum cost especially in the competitive environment of today. Plus, availability and reliability of assets are more than ever an important issue. A significant trend in maintenance is outsourcing maintenance activities to contractors.

The emphasis is shifting away from short-term contracts towards long term partnership arrangements where both sides take a share of the risks and rewards. An adversarial approach to contract management is not appropriate here, and a total quality approach directed towards a win-win situation and continuous performance improvement is needed.

This 3 days masterclass will also cover on maintaining job quality during challenging business condition.

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Attend this 3-day course to gain better understanding and mastery in the following areas:

  • Decide which tasks should be contracted out
  • Evaluate and select potential partners in a cost-effective manner
  • Reach agreement between the parties to share the risks and rewards and ensure continuous improvement
  • Design the corresponding contract document
  • Manage the contract on an on-going basis to ensure that performance is being achieved
  • Ensuring job quality is maintained in challenging business conditions.

  • Be adequately prepared to take back in-house outsourced activities if business conditions require it.

As with all our courses, we place great emphasis on practical application of theoretical knowledge. In this course, participants will be involved in the following hands-on exercises:

  • Review of a sample maintenance out-sourcing contract to identify risks and potential problem areas for performance and service value.
  • Application of a spare parts best practice assessment methodology.
  • Assessing spare parts stock levels taking into account downtime costs and holding costs. 

Day 1: Making the Right Strategic Choices for Performance Improvement

Day 2: Specifying the contract so that you can achieve your objectives

Day 3: The Contractual Framework needed to ensure Service Performance & Value
This seminar will appeal to both the owners of extensive assets who require a maintenance service such as utilities, upstream & downstream oil & gas companies, FPSO operators, pipeline operators chemicals, petrochemicals, cement, steel making, or manufacturing organisations as well as the providers of this service such as contracting organisations  and EPC service providers. Those who may benefit from attending this course include:
  • Production managers
  • Maintenance managers
  • Contracts managers
  • Purchasing managers
  • Asset integrity managers
  • Attendees who are experienced in this field can get advantages from  an understanding of different practices which are used in a range of industries plus knowledge of the latest tools and techniques which are currently being used

For details, information on facilitator and the full course outline, please refer to the attached brochure.

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