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The exercises are very interactive.  The film showing is a very effective way of showing how to investigate the problem and eventually finding the root cause.  The speaker is an expert on the topic.  He shows mastery.  From James Thomas Hansen, Facility Manager, Manila Water

 

We learned how to conduct the root cause and failure analysis of a certain breakdown.  We also learned that in order for the RCFA to be successful, all the evidences must be preserved.  The principal investigator must select the right people that will gather the physical, human as evidence.  Operations people must attend the training on maintenance to know the heart and soul of maintenance.  From Marnold Celis, Diagnostic Manager, Manila Water

 

We understood that not all equipment should undergo replacement/modification unless there is a problem.  We learned how to get the root cause of a failed equipment.  We learned that to be able to successfully get the RCFA, there should be a Principal Investigator and members to interview the person behind and get the evidences about the incident.  We learned that we should not ignore every faults even the small error.  We learned that to be able to know the RCFA, everyone should participate.  This training is very helpful for us especially for maintenance because with operations (operators and Plant Managers) so that our voices can be heard.  From Majerraine Barrera, Diagnostic Manger, Manila Water

 

We learned how to do a Root Cause Failure Analysis.  We enjoyed the training, topics and session.  We united as one operators and maintenance services.  From Maria Soledad Bartolome, Work Planner, Manila Water

 

Very interactive by means of a simple workshop.  The training is fun and very relevant to us end users.  Practical and realistic.  From Anonymous, Manila Water

 

Acquire knowledge in determining the cause and effect relationship in RCFA Methodology.  From Darwin Alveyra, System Analytics, Manila Water

 

Able to understand and evaluate the causes of equipment failures.  Learn different causes of asset/equipment causes of failures.  Better understand the need to evaluate and assess why equipment failure occurs.  From Anonymous, Manila Water

 

It introduces a more systematic approach to Root Cause Failure Analysis that could enhance maintenance in the organization.  From Teodoro Angeles, Asset Maintenance Manager, Manila Water

 

 

Learned that to improve MRO warehousing it needs to improve first both the inside and outside factors that affect the storeroom management.  Proper coordination of maintenance people and operations including warehouse is needed to improve the MRO Storeroom Management of a company.  Learned new ideas on how to handle and store spare parts.  Help us to determine when to request a part.  From Adelfa Pormon, URC Sure Tolong

 

The training is very informative .  It widens my knowledge in Spare Parts Management.  The speaker is lively and entertaining making the training more enjoyable.  Workshop and quizzes are very helpful to measure one’s understanding on MRO Spare Parts Management.  From Jellaine Barroga, Power Plant Industry

 

A big help to improve the current and existing procedure in my company.  Having the knowledge on what is the proper storage of belts, electronics parts to maximize the storeroom.  Learn to develop safety stocks and eliminate squirrel stores on maintenance as well as the bad culture in the storeroom.  From Kirstan John Castro, Inventory Officer, North Luzon Renewable Energy Corporation

 

This training will be very helpful for us since we are targeting for spare parts inventory reduction especially for non-moving and obsolete materials and spare parts.  Sir Rolly made the topic very interesting by giving several examples/scenarios in order for us to simply understand the topic.  He has a vast knowledge and experience in maintenance which he shared for this 3 days training.  I will surely share the knowledge I learned from this training.  From Reinalyn Unico, Process Development Specialist, Coca-Cola

 

In depth knowledge on how to decide the quantity that needs to be purchase.  Clear understanding on who should handle the Spare Parts Management.  From Shernand Ramos, Maintenance Head, Coca-Cola

 

We clearly know and understand very well from the first slide up to the last slide the meaning of each part.  The sample situation is very well aligned with the case.  Many good items we can introduce to our company when we come back like Carrying Costs, CMMS and many more.  From Jimmy Vasquez, Team Leader, Terumo Philippines

 

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Comprehensive coverage of the 12 disciplines.  Strong and solid background of trainer on the training subject.  Well structured training materials and stages.  Well organized training sessions.  New insight and knowledge obtained.  Wider perspective of maintenance world.  From Anang Ansari, Manager, Infenion

 

Know how to apply basic maintenance strategy to apply in the right way. Understanding of using and determining such as failure modes for any equipment failures.  Understanding what are the 12 areas of maintenance disciplines in World Class Maintenance Management.  Know how to manage Spare Parts in the right way.  Understanding that the purpose of maintenance is not to maintain the equipment but to preserve something and to be ahead of the failures.  From Ali Wardana, Maintenance

 

I can determine which maintenance activity the better one for my equipment/component for making a good schedule for equipment.  I have a new understanding about Lubrication, MTTF and MTBF.  From Roland, Finishing Maintenance Coordinator

 

All the modules are applicable and challenging to achieve.  Everything were exactly what we are facing in our industry and within the organization.  From Muhammad Heykal

 

Breaking the horse glass about maintenance knowledge.  Great tools to improve maintenance method for every situation in our industry.  Very practical lesson and knowledge explained in detail step by step.  Very committed person and with best experience.  From Marwan, EMI Mercedez Bencz

 

 

 

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Open my mind about how to manage the maintenance work and improve it.  From Boenmah Pengulat, Chemical

 

Overall very very impressive and good materials and instructor.  From Jumphol, Division Director

 

Good topics, good presentation, good methodology and friendly coordination.  From Patinya, Department Manager

 

I have learned many topics in your class.  You have many experience.  Your experience and your case s are very important and I am very interested in this.  From Jutupon

 

We understand the overall maintenance strategies and we can go to improve our plant for equipment reliability.  From Witoon Pluemsong, Planner, PT Asahi

 

We gain the details of maintenance management in regarding to the 12 disciplines after training and will bring it to improve our maintenance activities in our plant as well as explain to our staff respectively.  From Boonchup Maintenance Division Manager

 

The instructor is very knowledgeable in this training.  We can really apply this knowledge.  This training can make me see the overall picture of maintenance and how to apply it and also the benefit from maintenance management.  From Sitthlohoh, Staff Engineer

 

This training helps us to measure the failure, breakdown, repair, etc., of equipment.  Through this training, we will be able to know if our current or existing procedure is really effective to maintain our equipment as well as saving money.  From Majerraine Barrera, Diagnostic Manager , Manila Water

 

Identifying and knowing what you consider as a breakdown.  Being able to analyze the overall effectiveness of our equipment in identifying the primary and secondary functions of the equipment.  Learning the difference between availability and utilization.  From Ephraim Emmanuel Celedonio, Shift Head, Manila Water

 

There are a lot of points we can use to determine the life cycle and interval of PM replacement and the asset nearing failure.  We have more than 1 KPI that we can measure and counter check to validate the status of the equipment.  From Bonna May Estopido, Diagnostic Manager, Manila Water

 

We have learned how to calculate MTBF and MTTF of equipment and differentiate between MTBF and MTTF.  It is important to have a Key Performance Indicator in maintaining our equipment in order to use in solving recurrence of breakdowns.  From Marnold Celis, Diagnostic Manager,  Manila Water

 

The training program introduces a better approach  to a well rounded maintenance program for the company.  It will enable people involve to develop a more comprehensive system to an efficient maintenance agenda that is both reliable and economical.  It could develop better policies in terms of processes involved in maintenance which includes technical capabilities, materials and equipment inventory and better communication of people from maintenance and operations.  The training is a wake up call for us to realize the importance of a strengthened maintenance program that is home based.  It also encourage the development of database that would monitor and track inventories and historical condition and activities of facilities and equipment that is key to a better maintenance program.  Attendees to the program and the other modules should include technical people from operations, maintenance specifically Plant Managers and operators.  Cohesion to approaches is key.  MANCOM should include these programs to new approaches towards reliability and efficiency.  From Teddy Angeles, Asset Maintenance Manager, Manila Water

 

Forecasting the component failure for better maintenance costs.  If we implement these maintenance approach, our organization will have a lot of money saved in terms of repair and lower the costs of downtime and breakdown on operations.  Organizing a committee or a group to lead RCM, to build a storage and warehouse to foster gathering of defective parts we replace.  From Remmy Conrad Nonel, Shift Head, Manila Water

 

The need for the right instrument to record values for corrective maintenance.  Partnership of maintenance people and operations people to correct breakdowns and improve the system.  Learn the importance of data needed in the computation of equipment reliability.  Good maintenance eliminates breakdown.  From Excelsis Acacio, Reliability Analyst, Maintenance Services, Manila Waters

 

MSD can start a program for the maintenance activities for Manila Water.  MSD can create historical data of equipment failures to monitor the efficiency of the equipment.  From Kiel Ella, Plant Manager, South Grid, Manila Water

 

Weibull distribution analysis, although we currently have no software, we learn to know and experience the forecasting analysis exists.  For MTBF and MTTR, I am already 4 years in the maintenance industry but this is my first time to encounter there is a way to determine the probability of failure.  Reading your book is good and understandable.  From Mark Paglinawan, Diagnostic Manager, Manila Water

 

 

 

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Maintenance is not about shifting from Preventive to Predictive Maintenance nor transitioning from a Reactive to  Proactive Maintenance stage but simply understanding when to used these different strategies simultaneously depending on the consequences of failure and this is done with the aid of a maintenance algorithm or decision diagram.