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· The good points is that we know the step by step approach of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis in a detailed way.   The severity, occurrence and detection in such specific situation we are able to have a deep analysis regarding the topic.  From Jane Mary Lee, Planner, Franklin Baker


· Already know the step by step of assessing potential failures on the process base on its level of criticality.  Learn the importance of addressing potential failures through FMEA/FMECA analysis has already given on the training. Leveling of potential failures to be corrected was discussed based on the value of the RPN presented.  Awareness on the system based program of FEMA/FMECA that can applied on our industry.  From Genaro Gener del Mundo, Production


· Detailed illustration of the topic.  Having ice-breakers throughout the seminar.  Learn actual application and discussion on the problems common to our industries.  From Marc Francis Hollanes, Maintenance Planner, Franklin Baker


· Very good training, easy to understand and clear explanation.  From John Chester Gutierrez, OIC Planning and Scheduling Section


· Learned the use of FMEA/FMECA.  Deepens the knowledge in maintenance.  Not boring with ice-breakers.  The topic is interesting. From Ronnel Poral, Asset Manager, Manila Water


· Clear direction on how to begin the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis.  Materials and forms were provided as guides to help specify and articulate failure modes, effects and criticality analysis.  It is easy to appreciate the lecture because exercises were provided and the stories applied per key subject. From Fhatima Mohahmad, Facilities Manager, Manila Water

· I learned the different maintenance strategies that be applied in our work.  What and how it can be used or implemented on our work environment.  I enjoyed all the topics and discussion on reliability and world class maintenance.  It helped me realized the importance of proper maintenance application.  Mr. Rolly Angeles is a really good speaker.  The way and his style of teaching is in high level.  I really enjoyed his style.  From Allan Flora, Maintenance, Nickel Asia Corporation


· The good points about this training is as follows; enhance my knowledge and it will serve as a guiding tool to improve especially on reliability and maintenance.  Sharing world-class knowledge and expertise of Sir Rolly has a great impact to easily understand the 12 disciplines.  It is a serious course where we enjoyed it.  We gain ideas on how to do it the effective way.  From Ricky Jay Bernardez, Heavy Equipment Maintenance Manager


· I learned about other different approaches in tackling maintenance and other related failures.   This also helped in improving the knowledge with regards to Preventive Maintenance and broader especially on reliability.  From Alexis Batocong, Light Equipment Maintenance Manager


· The training has give us full understanding of our role as maintenance team.  It also provide opportunities that the team to contribute further in the productivity of the company.  The training also provides a roadmap heading towards having a world-class maintenance standard which is achievable by kaizen or continuous improvement culture.  Individual differences can be overcome by doing what the Rolling Stones did and singing in the same language.  From Peter Paul Eudrdone, Mechanical Manager


· Comprehensive and precise maintenance work to determine how to bridge the gap between the current status and what we want to achieve to lower the cost of maintenance work.  From Angelito Tumulak Jr. Electrical Specialist


· Able to learn the 12 disciplines gearing towards continuous improvements to the existing maintenance practices and strategies.  After the said training, I discovered many strategies not known to me ever since in my career.  This shall be a good kick-start in implementing when I get back to our site.  From Vincent Taloyo, TSD, Hinatuan Mining Corporation


· The training have improved my knowledge especially on lubrication management.  The RCM worksheet and the algorithm and as a whole, the 12 disciplines of maintenance and how to apply it .  I know that this will lead me to a better practice on maintenance management.  I am optimistic that this training and putting in practice will increase the reliability of our equipment. From Gabcer Arcamo, TMC-TSD, Preventive Maintenance Section Head


· The training taught us important information on how to be better in the field of maintenance.  It widen my knowledge especially on understanding the importance of proper and good maintenance.  It also helped us to have a better plan in having a maintenance program and most especially to be productive and efficient.  From Marjun Sacan, Repair Supervisor, Technical Services Department


· It changes my mindset on maintenance.  Lots of ideas and new ideas that I can apply in maintenance.  Very experience speaker and I have learned many things .  He uses different types of presentation and references.    From Bienvenido Namayan Jr. Senior Mechanical Planner, Technical Services Department


· Every topic discussed delivered in detail and with examples.  Understanding the 12 disciplines of world-class maintenance gives me the opportunity to apply and enhance our company’s existing maintenance procedures.  From Jeffrey, Mechanical Supervisor


· As a mining engineer with no experience in maintenance, it is amusing how far for one second that I did not feel that I am lost on any topics throughout the training.  This training is neither technically heavy nor the usual bookish lecture, but rather it appeals to the trainer’s mindset and in a practical sense.   PI think it touches on areas and thinking that have never crossed the mind and routine of our group.  Hence, this training is definitely an eye-opener and a thinker.  The wisdom and influence of the trainer is very evident.  In conclusion, a game changer.  Thank you Sir, you are a good person.  From Angelica Vergara, SAP Specialist, Nickel Asia Corporation


· Mr. Rolly (Stones) Angeles is the one we really need and at this point of time wherein NAC TSD team is embarking on our ERP/EAM project.  His brand of teaching on World-Class Maintenance Management Master Class will be our catalyst for this stage to be as one NAC TSD Team.  We have set the culture of innovations and improvements, then saying that there must be a better way and this training allows us to be lifted by a mile.  Lots of thanks RSA and I know this will not be the last.  From Jeffrey Escoto, AVP Technical Services, Nickel Asia Corporation

· Learned how to analyze the root cause on how to address problems.  This course is a big help to maintenance.  From Claro Calang, Maintenance Technician, Team Energy Sual


· Refresh my memory about the approach of basic maintenance.  It enhance me more on how to properly apply the different techniques and disciplines of maintenance management.  Also refresh me on how RCFA works in my area of responsibility especially on critical equipment.  From Claripton Tumalip, Senior Maintenance Technician, Team Energy, Sual


· Learned the different types of failures.  Learned and realize our current existing PM percentage we have were being overused.  We need Autonomous Maintenance.  From Armanco Montenegro Jr., Maintenance Technician, Team Energy Sual


· We further learned about other procedures of advance maintenance which we can apply in our area of responsibility for critical improvement regarding equipment reliabilityFrom Leonardo Casa-Al Jr. Team Energy, Sual


· It tackles what maintenance in the real world and how can maintenance people do their part to improve the system.  From Mario Natividad, Technical Training, Team Energy, Sual


· Facilitator can communicate well.  The topics are interesting and needed by maintenance.  From Menandro Blones, Mechanical Technician, Team Energy Sual


· Additional Learning on this training which enhance my job as a plant mechanic.  Operations and maintenance must work together for effective and reliable operations.  Management on higher ups must be involved.  From Juan Conje, Senior Technician, Team Energy, Sual


· Comparing our maintenance practices approach versus world class maintenance in this, we had to combine the learnings for the best interest in the reliability of plant equipmentFrom Patrick Zubido, Senior Technician, Team Energy, Sual


· Learned the true concise essence of maintenance.  Leaned about Root Cause Failure Analysis and the types of failures.  From Marvin Gacay, Technician, Team Energy, Sual


· I learned what is the difference between world class maintenance and being a maintenance because of the culture.  From Jerome Tejano, Team Energy, Sual

· The contents and sequence is very good.  It bring the attendees to see the overall picture and how important RCM is, then go down to each module and steps for deeper understanding and practical implementation of RCM.  From Kris, Sales Director, Process Plus, Thailand


· Know the basics of RCM.  Know how to measure equipment performance through MTBF.  Know how to do FMEA.    Know how to improve my job.  Good training, Rolly Angeles.  From Wongsak Somwong, Cargill Meats, Thailand


· New knowledge on maintenance.  I can imagine how to define a tooling for taking care of equipment by analysis of the situation of the equipment, and environment etc.,  Which tooling is proper for the equipment.  MTBF and MTTF meaning.  Some equipment can be allow to fail by itself.  From Chiyaporn Tiangwang, PM Engineering, Continental Thailand


· Knowledgeable about how to maintain the equipment.  New method means on how RCM can introduce maintenance about equipment.  Learned how to identify failure probable causes.  From Rudrajit Dutta, After Sales Service, Thailand

There is no silver bullet solution or rocket science program or strategy that can transform a plant’s reliability overnight.  Everything will start with its very basic foundation, and that is through education.  Remember that reliability is not a program with an end but a culture that never ends; it is the same as any other continuous improvement philosophy.

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