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In any reliability and improvement strategy, we do not need management support  What we need is management commitment and ownership.  Management can support but never commit to the initiative.

 

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World Class Maintenance, Jan 19 to 23, 2010

Coming from a process background, I am now able to understand what goes in maintenance and will now find it easier to keep equipment on my plant in good shape. I will be able to participate more in maintenance activities and will introduce the use of decision diagram in my plant.  Propose that this WCM-RCM training is extended to our plant in KCM, Zambia, Clive Makasa, Associate Manager, Process

 

Very good delivery of the course.  Very good examples, video, display and audios.  I understood that failures can only be reduced and not eliminated. Every failure have its own maintenance class.  Participation of the class was effective.  Punctuality of the presenter was excellent.  I am the first person who should change to make SIIL better from the Man in the Mirror, quoted from the late Michael Jackson. From Pumolo John Mayungo, Associate Manager, SIIL

 

Learnt about the operations responsibility in maintenance.  Learnt all failures can’t be avoided, some are bound to occur.  Excellent presentation and case studies.  Equipment reliability can be improved via structural maintenance method and that’s the biggest learning learnt.  Complete and thorough subject.  Motivated the team to perform RCM. From Snigdharup Das, Engineer Sterlite Industries

 

Excellent capacity of teaching.  Lots of materials availability for training.  Excellent in knowledge.  We all enjoyed the five days of learning.  Lots of maintenance tips learned in this training.  Rajkumnar S, Kumbhar, Associate Manager, Sterlite Industries

 

RCM is a very great technique and was taught to us in a very systematic fashion. WCM is a thoroughly basic fundamental which have been very well explained and it is a great pleasure listening to Rolly’s lecture.  A must attend for every maintenance personnel and production personnel also.  From Sridhar K. Head Mechanical Sterlite Industries, Silvata

 

Very different way of presentation keeping the class interested all the time.  Good correlation between the maintenance aspects and the videos you show to demonstrate the message.  It is a unique way and easy way of giving message that otherwise would look subjective. Things taught in simple ways for all of us to understand.  Apart from the normal training, it was wonderful for you on your part to ask the audient to do something good in this 5 day class, that was really a good thought and I have done some.  Thank You Rolly and “God bless you”.  Vipu John Mathew, Associate Manager, Sterlite Industries

 

It was very useful to recollect the basics of maintenance.  Being a technical program, the way in which the faculty explained the concepts was very good and attractive.  More positive insights were given during the presentation.  The best part is that we are made aware of the lying human and latent cause behind any physical cause that leads to the failure.  The learning materials provided and the case studies presented were very relevant and were very useful to the program.  A complete transition/revolution in the maintenance approach attitude can be achieved through this program.  The best part is that he used his passion to explain the concepts in such a beautiful way. From  R. Rajalaksham, Associate Manager Sterlite Industries

 

I was on the opinion that maintenance is all about simply tightening bolt, replacing parts and applying oil.  The training has altogether change my view on the term maintenance.  It is more than an engineering and RCM is like “a diamond in the crown”.  To add on about the faculty, a clean, knowledge man on maintenance practices.  Case studies are marvelous and tasks major part in making us understand better the concept.  From M. Shanmuga Sundaram, Associate Manager, Sterlite Industries

 

Excellent presentation in all.  Excellent communication meaning points were explained.  Taking all the participants slowly, effective participation.  Subject well taught.  Man in the Mirror gave us a strong message.  RCM Workshop real time problem and example.  M. Saravanan, Associate Manager 

 

This training was an eye opener in terms of maintenance practices we use and change the thought process of looking at the failures.  Till now we did not know that we are the ones who allows equipment to fail by our maintenance. The workshop and training sessions were very excellent and helped me in changing my view about maintenance and failures.  Preventive Maintenance is not to be done only by maintenance team but also with operators that will help everyone in understanding failures in the future.  From Jayant, Associate Manager, Sterlite Industries

 

Highly innovative way to teach the toughest function in an industry.  It is probably the only thing when implemented that can transform the plant a better place to work in.  Workshops were carried out practically so we could realize in a true sense the actual value of RCM.  Also some intangible values were taught which also could be carried out by us way back.  Pradeep Nair, Manager, Electrical

 

Text Box: Bharat Petroleum, Kochin India
Lubrication and Oil Contamination Control, January 25 & 27, 2010

Detailed and systematic explanation of the importance and strategies.  Exposure to different oil analysis tests and equipment used in the process.  Exposure to terminologies in lubrication.  Excellent presentation, detailed explanation and lively.  From Rajesh B.K. Sr. Engineer, Maintenance

 

Got an in-depth knowledge about wear, importance of oil analysis and strategies to start a lubrication analysis program.  Your PowerPoint slides are excellent.  You are so open that you shared all your power slides with the participants, really appreciable. From Ninan C.S. Chief Manager, Maintenance.

 

Additional knowledge from lubrication oil can increase the profit of the company by avoiding unwanted breakdown of the equipment.  From Sreedharan N. Utility Engineer

 

Detailed and systematic explanation on the importance and strategies.  Exposure to different oil analysis tests and equipment used for the process. Exposure to terminologies in lubrication.  Excellent presentation, detailed explanation and lively.  From Rajesh B.K. Sr. Engineer

 

Reduction of equipment breakdown by proper filtration of lube oil and control techniques.  Analysis of lube oil sample from equipment to predict its failure.  The base oil of all the grades of lube oil is the same only after adding additives does its grade changes.  If we can remove the soot from the engine oil, the properties of oil will be as good as new oil and no need for an oil change. From K.B. Gopu, Maintenance

 

Good exposure to lube oil.  Exposure to breakdown of machine due to lube oil parameter.  Exposure to different kinds of lube oil filters.  From Sujoy Barman, Management Trainee

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Root Cause Failure Analysis, January 07 to 08, 2010

Learned the proper way of conducting Root Cause Failure Analysis.  The course has deepened my knowledge on the cause of the problem.  Learned the techniques in identifying the probable and root cause of each failure.  From Val Sakamancu, Process Engineer, OPM

 

It gives us a clear knowledge on how to apply Root Cause Failure Analysis on our equipment.  This course motivates us to learn how to handle the problem without pin-pointing individuals for the fault and instead go for the more effective way of solving problems using RCFA.  The way we treat problem on the equipment, the more effective way it will increase the efficiency of our plant if we can operate our equipment for a long time without failures.  From Danilo Reyes, Area Shift Supervisor, KILN Production

 

The topics are clearly explained.  Facilitator is good in capturing the attention of the crowd and shares a lot of information about the subject and topic. Uses good presentation materials.  From Raymond Lazaro, KILN, Production   

 

Identifying the Root Cause of the problem in a more systematic procedure.  Learned the true essence of performing a Root Cause Failure Analysis.  Analyzing and solving the problem to improve the equipment and not to blame others.  From Leonardo Pagsuyoin, Maintenance Planning Manager, Power Generation

 

I have learned on how to conduct/facilitate the RCFA in a precise manner to uncover the physical, human and latent cause which is very much helpful in discharging of our duties and responsibilities and improvement of the plant’s operation.. From Domingo Delfin Jr. Reliability Engineer, Maintenance

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World Class Maintenance, The 12 Disciplines, June 28 to 29, 2010

One of the good points I learned in this training is how we maintenance performed our work.  Maintenance is not just doing the job or fixing the equipment fast it is how we understand and determine the cause of the problem.  One great thing also learned is the technique and procedure on Root Cause Analysis. And most importantly the 12 disciplines which are applicable on our job will be practiced.  From Antonio Sabulao Jr.

 

It has enhanced my knowledge on proper maintenance of plant equipment.  World Class Maintenance opened my eyes on the 12 disciplines that will be use to compete with the world’s best.  It was a very nice feeling to have a trainer that can relate to our feelings as maintenance personnel. This course/seminar is really written for maintenance personnel's.  From Leodesorio Ocampo

 

I have too much learning experience got in this training.  I learned how to be a good maintenance in all things and how to avoid also a failure and good lubrication strategy.  I am hoping that these are my best weapon in the journey of my life.  This training gave me an idea on how to manage the journey of my life.  From Dennis Romano, Apprentice

 

I learned a lot regarding how to elevate our maintenance to a world class type.  What I like about the training is the exchange of ideas and the audience – instructor-delegate interaction. I also like the discussions on Root Cause Failure Analysis. There is a lot of knowledge and skills learned even through the basics. From Terrence Tadeo

 

The good point about this training for me I think is that I have learned more knowledge about maintenance management.  Not only the maintenance management but also some more lessons about life.  From Maria Carmela Tanedo

 

The training is very holistic in its approach.  The practical application and examples are very evident in the workplace.  The trainer does not only focus on theoretical aspect but as well as the human factor which greatly affects the execution of strategies.  The ice breakers in view is very reflective and has great importance on people.  From Gary Tongco, Training Specialists

 

The 12 disciplines of world class maintenance is a good training program that covers not only the technical side of the people, the personal insights and experiences of the speaker.  His thoughts about work relationship to me is what made this training significant after all being together is the start, staying together is progress and working together is success.  Name withheld

 

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