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The most important reason why we maintain our equipment is because there are times that the consequences of failure are far greater and more important than the cost of failure themselves.

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· Able us to understand on who should manage the MRO store.  Able us to have a knowledge on EOQ calculation which would allow us to make good decision on how many to stockLearned about MRO Stores best practices and the golden rule on storeroom which is “Trust No One”  From Gerarld Salise, Hedcor Inc., Power Generation


· Able to decide/apply decision tree diagram in determining to stock spares or not in preparation for our annual budgeting.  Been able to understand in determining the minimum requirement of spares to stock.   From Randy Asignar, Engineering Manager, Funai Electric


· Overall, the training enlightens our present mindset on having squirrel stores in the plant.  Also it proves that the bulk of the cost of inventory points or contributes to non-moving items dictated by OEM. From Nuel Medelo, Manager


· Learned how to decide on when to stock or not to stock a part.  I was able to identify the exact costs of a spare part.  Learned that the storeroom should be managed by maintenance.  From Jandy Tiongco, Purchasing officer, Hydro power Generation


· Able to enlighten us on what spare parts management really is.  This training will help us in managing and housekeeping of our storeroom.  From Jevelon Garcia, Mechanic, Power Generation


· Eye opening on the importance of spare parts management which is neglected at Hedcor existing process.  I hope that management will be enlighten on the essential of having MRO management practice.  From Anselma Cobcobo, Plant Operator, Hedcor Inc.,


· The trainer has a vast knowledge on the subject.  He has a special way to maintain the interest of the trainees.  I had a lot of smiles in this training.  The speaker is interesting itself.  From Clement Cid, SCM Supply Chain Staff, Power Generation


· Learned the correct way and quantity to order through EOQ calculation.  Learned which items and spare parts needs to be stock or not through a decision tree diagram.  From Berny Zamoranos,


· Presentation materials is clear plus the facilitator provides complete resource and reference materials.  The training is scheduled on time and great help on my job.  The workshop is lively and I understand the principles.  From Ericson Delagon, Probe Test, ST Microelectronics


· Very comprehensive training and technically productive for future reference and topics.  Name Withheld, Manager, ST Microelectronics


· Learned about the new techniques in performing the maintenance tasks to achieve World Class Maintenance.  Sir Rolly has a deep understanding in maintenance particularly in RCM.  Able to motivate the participants in doing RCM.  From Lakan Mabasa, Facility Engineer


· Interactive training.  Learned the 6 failure patterns.  Effective in depth machine analysis thru different tools and style.  Realistic approach on examples provided.  From Wency Ubana. Equipment Engineer, ST Microelectronics


· Presentation slides are good and visually enticing.  Facilitator has a vast knowledge of the subject matter with good example based on actual experience.  The training is lively with the inclusion of songs and video clips.  I admire how the trainer relate the “Rolling Stones” with maintenance.  I salute his endeavor to “serve maintenance mankind worldwide”.  From Beneth Abas Engineering Manager, Probe Test, ST Microelectronics


· I am able to link FMEA to PM tasks easier in terms of the most effective tasks.  Run to fail in most industries is unacceptable and must be done on PM where the decision worksheet can answer.    From Jervy Young, ST Microelectronics


· The examples given by the facilitator are very practical.  Rolly Angeles is not only very knowledgeable on the topic, he is also very encouraging.  From Flordeliza Aldaya, TQP/TPM Manager, ST Microelectronics


· Examples and forms were explained well.  Structure and tactic to implement RCM was discussed.  TPM vs. RCM was explained well. From Charles Mendoza, Senior QRE, ST Microelectronics


· The training was an eye opener that our current way of working Preventive Maintenance is not the best way to deal with equipment failures which are infant, random and age related failures.  We now realized that several maintenance techniques should be applied to address the different types of failures.  From Cris Almazora, Equipment Engineer, ST Microelectronics


· RCM enlightened me on the different failure modes.  In that way, it provided me to further dig on failure findings even on hidden failures which the training is focused.  More reliable solutions be bring out with the aid of the RCM tool.  From Anselma Cobcobo, Plant Operator, Hedcor Inc.,


· I can see the difference between preventive and predictive maintenance.  The training points out clearly that maintenance will not eliminate and zero out all breakdowns on the equipment but the best maintenance we can do is to control the timing of failure. Keep it up and continue to inspire others.  Thank you and God bless.  From Hans Geoffrey Alandeo, Maintenance Engineer


· Have the idea of improving our present maintenance procedure with the idea of this RCM training.  Also this can trigger the mindset of our boss and management to prioritize some RCM activities at every plant.  From Harrison Abad, SAB Operator


· Maintenance priority schedules are more transparent to the team.  Can easily distinguish which maintenance action to be used.  Elimination of random points from the team which can be confusing in the maintenance activity and can easily arrive at the right solution. From Clem Custodio, Plant Operator


· RCM and FMECA have the same starting point, through RCM it will address on the consequence of failures.  I also learned of considering the protective devices in protecting critical equipment. From Renjie Pinono, Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer, Hydropower Generation


· This seminar is very important especially to the operator and maintenance of our plant.  We will be able to increase our reliability and decrease our downtime.  From Ryan Lee Justin, Operations Supervisor


· I was able to learn another method on how to prevent and reduce failures in a system and certain techniques were taught to us wherein we can certainly apply it in our plant. From Marlon Torralba, Plant Operator


· Enlightened us about Reliability-Centered Maintenance , its purpose, how it works and how it helps a certain firm.  Reliable information.  Productive environment for the learning.  The facilitator has the full knowledge about the topic.  From Jenny Nabua, Design Engineer


· Mastery of the subject.  Excellent presentation and communication skills.  Methodology and program preparation is very good.  Rapport with the audience.  Able to recognize good points and gives incentives and funny. From Jeffrey Lechuga, Sunpower Corporation


· Facilitator is great and not boring.  He really knows and master the topic. From Murielle Geronimo, Facilities Technician, Sunpower Corporation


· Facilitator  is very well knowledgeable and have a good rapport with the audience. From Eric Tinio, Facilities Technician, Sunpower Corporation


· To Sir Rolly, he is the best in reporting and discussing all topics in the training.  All topics are very important to me, my team and to my company.  From Jay Abalos, Equipment Technician, Sunpower Corporation


· All topics are very helpful more about World Class Maintenance.  I believe I was empowered to do more about reliability of our equipment that will impact more savings of our company.  Bravo. From Arnok Arias, Facilities Technician, Sunpower Corporation


· This training is very helpful to me.  It will improve my ability.  The training is very good.  Thank you for all the knowledge.  From Jay Manuel, Facilities Technician, Sunpower Corporation


· Application of good equipment maintenance.  Facilitator is very funny.  No dull time during the training. From Alejandro Cesario, Facilities Technician, Sunpower Corporation


· Mr. Rolly has a very wide knowledge about the topic that made me more interested about my work.  I really learn a lot of items and things that will improve me for the good of the company as well as on my personal field.  The master shared his good ideas to us.  From Reagan Tinsay, Senior Engineer, Sunpower Corporation


· Never boring.  With good examples.  Great facilitator.  I like the predictive and proactive maintenance the most. Ideas and concept clearly delivered.  From Joel Fernandez, PEE Section Manager, Sunpower Corporation


· Facilitator has a mastery of the topic.  He can relate the experiences to his attendees.  He has a good sense of humor which makes the class alive.  I like the music videos ones it flashes on the screen especially “The Rolling Stones”. Name Withheld


· Very alive, energetic and informative.  Lots of resources like the Rolling Stones, PowerPoint.  Facilitator is an expert.  Application of layman’s term for non technician people.  There are recognition (giving chocolates) and comparison on pre and posts exams.  From Maureen Tating, Human Resources, Technical Documentation Specialists, Transition Optical


· The speaker catches the audience attention.  He shows confidence and very knowledgeable of the topic. From Adrian Gamboa, Senior Control Engineer, Transition Optical


Has a very good presentation by the use of visual aids and illustrations.  Discussed clearly the context of each subject/topic.  Relates the topic based on actual experience.  Catches the audience attention through jokes that are related to the topic. From Jeffrey Gawat, Technology Engineering Technician, Transition Optical

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 RSA Books: If you  are interested in buying any of our books on reliability and maintenance, they are available in hardcopy, paperback and Kindle format.  These books I wrote are in series and it is best if you consider starting with World Class Maintenance, The 12 Disciplines first to understand each of the disciplines on maintenance.  This is a book which is highly recommended for every single maintenance in industries.  Limited copies.

 In-house Training: Should your industry be interested in any of the courses we provide for in-house training, kindly send us an email, and we will provide you with a proposal.  We are now accepting reservations for in-house training for both local and international countries

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All books are written are in series based on the original concept of my first book on World Class Maintenance Management, The 12 Disciplines.  Each of these books represented a specific maintenance discipline and explained as detailed as it can be.  You can purchase these books  individually or in series depending on the book that best suit your industry.  RSA Reliability and Maintenance books are available at  www.amazon.com or check out your local bookstore.  I know and understand what it is like to be in maintenance, as this is my life.  These books do not only cover the technical jargon on reliability and maintenance, but it is also a book that makes every single  maintenance proud that they belong to the maintenance function.  If you have been living through the day to day pressures of doing maintenance, then this is your story.  If you are interested in this book, send me an email.  Click Here!

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