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· Facts on failure mode and on how PM cannot cover all these failures.  Provide a basic understanding on the various types of CBM approaches and on how to start a CBM program.  From Billy Laja, Mechanical Engineer, Sarawak Energy, Berhad, Malaysia


· The topics discussed are an eye-opener especially in the field of maintenance.  I learned a lot of things from this seminar in relation to maintenance. From Joel Libed. Chem and Mechanical Testing Networks, Meralco


· It showed me and made me realize the importance of doing maintenance in our equipment based on its condition and not just merely doing it in a periodic or time-based method which we usually adapt to our office right now.  From Robbie Dizer, Pasig Sector, Meralco


· Learned that PM does not alone prevent equipment failure.  Should be a combination of CBM and PM. Learned the different CBM methods.  Learned that in order for CBM to succeed, top management commitment and ownership of the program is needed.  From Marlon Guinto, Team Leader, Facilities Operation, Meralco


· The training is very informative, the speaker/trainer is very well experience in the field of CBM.  The environment is quite good and the food is ok.  From Jofrey Natividad. Power Metering Department, Aboitiz


· We were able to know the pros and cons of the different maintenance programs and the applications of them.  From Christopher Martin Ocampo, Facilities Maintenance, Meralco


· The facilitator is very well prepared, effective and shared a lot of his experience and knowledge.  From Liana Gatongal, Senior engineer, DMC.Org


· RCM is a good training especially for the maintenance person like me.  I know something in RCM that I never learned.  It is very good to know the importance of preventing the company assets from failing so I recommend others not only maintenance to attend RCM.  It is good to implement RCM to minimize equipment breakdown.  Thanks to RSA.  From Ferdinand Macalalad, Electrical Supervisor, Kepco Ilijan, Philippines


· Provide ideas on how to maintain the equipment, ideas how to analyze the root cause of failure, ideas on how to schedule when we inspect the equipment, ideas how to classify the failure and ideas about maintenance.  Thank You Mr. Rolly Angeles.  With this training, we can improve how to maintain the equipment.  From Edilberto Ilagan, Maintenance Planning, Kepco Ilijan, Philippines


· Good points about this training is that we can fully understand the items to be considered in applying RCM like understanding each classification of failures, their consequences and what are the appropriate maintenance tasks to do on each of them.  We can have additional maintenance tasks compared from existing with expectation of higher accuracy and better result for each consequences of failure.  From Gerald Diego, Assistant Manager, Epson, Cebu, Philippines


· Easy to understand the topic.  I can relate to my current job which I realized that maintenance jobs has an approach for any problems encountered in our plant.  Each topic was discussed clearly.  Enjoyable and lively because of more videos and music played to relax our mind and mood.  Sir Rolly is very energetic, very smart and very experience person I’ve ever known.  Thumbs up sir! :-) From Maria Victoria Pavo, Staff Engineer, Epson, Cebu, Philippines


· Topics are relevant to the maintenance function.  Can predict/assume failure in the machine.  Can accurately measure indices in machine failure.  Resource person is very good in the topics.  From Mario Vergara, Maintenance Engineer, Amkor Technology


· Good explanation on the difference between MTBF and MTTF.  Enlighten us on how to use the MTTR for gauging the maintenance personnel.  Good explanation on availability and utilization and who is responsible to measure it.  Good explanation about MTBA and how it is properly use as an improvement tool.  From Rodante de Guzman, Amkor Technology


· Very good, very knowledgeable, very alive.  Can answer your question in very detailed.  You can listen in every word he said.  Good teacher.  Good job sir.  From Solomon Ultado, ME1, Amkor Technology


· Topics are well explained and discussed.  Facilitator is very competent and very knowledgeable in every maintenance aspect.  The facilitator is also very passionate on maintenance aiming to a world Class Maintenance Management.  From Gilbert Valenzuela, Maintenance Engineer, Amkor Technology


· Able to maintain my attention and interest throughout the topic.  Learn many things regarding maintenance KPI.  Very knowledgeable I the topics being discussed.  From Alfie Morales, Maintenance Engineer, Amkor Technology


· This training helps me a lot to know and understand the basic function of a maintenance and how to maintain an equipment running in good condition overtime.  That it is not a sole responsibility of a PM personnel to maintain the good condition of equipment but rather all production personnel have a part on it too.  From Marvin Bautista, ME Supervisor, Amkor Technology


· Training is very relevant to maintenance organization in attaining world class indices.  Key performance indices can be monitored properly through given KPI. From Ted Tanchuan, Engineer, Amkor Technology


· This is an eye-opener for me that there is another way of doing maintenance.  I hope that it can be considered in our existing maintenance program.  From Eduardo Arenas, Sub-station Service Asset Management, Meralco, Philippines


· This training not only help maintenance people but also owners of facilities/assets to have a very cost effective and efficient maintenance procedure that enhances productivity of equipment being maintained.  From Michael Macasiray, Project Engineer, Alternative Power Solutions Inc.,, Philippines


· It opens new perspective in doing maintenance,  It is a holistic approach that involved operators and maintenance team. It aims to enhance efficiency to maintenance.  It is a cost reduction for the maintenance budget.  From James Binoya, Substation and Electrical Equipment Department


· Develop skill regarding Preventive Maintenance and to apply it in our work in responding to emergency work at our customer to make client happy.  From Erwin Lee, Operations Engineer, Meralco


· The training was excellent.  Now the different kinds of maintenance was explained.  The best thing is the RCM Analysis was discussed very well.  This can be used in preparing our maintenance plan.  Name withheld


· This is not only about learning RCM but also about life-long lessons about love and life.  Thanks for this wisdom.  From Ren Christian Santos, Revenue Assurance Manager, Electrical Distribution Utility, Meralco


· Before this training I have a little knowledge regarding maintenance (preventive) but the trainer was able to explain well the technical approaches and techniques in performing Preventive Maintenance.  I can say that I had a deep understanding of the course and we plan to apply this knowledge in our current work.  Kudos to the trainer.  From Lovella Mendoza, Senior Engineer, Panasonic Manufacturing


· Able to understand the difference between Preventive and Predictive Maintenance.  Understand the different tools that can be use to perform Predictive Maintenance activity.  Able to gain knowledge about oil analysis, vibration, ultrasonic and thermography.  From Mark Joseph Salalima, Specialists, Panasonic Manufacturing


· Topics are clearly discussed and relayed to the participants.  Atmosphere of this seminar was fun so the topics was clearly and was thoroughly absorbed by the attendees.  The trainer was knowledgeable within the topic discussed ad provided clear visual guides to the seminar.  The difference of Preventive and Predictive Maintenance was understood to our production line.  Discussion of oil analysis, thermography, vibration monitoring and ultrasonic monitoring was informative and insightful,  From Jaedicke Presenta, Supervisor, Panasonic Manufacturing


· Understand CBM technique that Predictive Maintenance is much more better to use for critical equipment than Preventive Maintenance.  Predictive Maintenance is more cost effective to use than Preventive Maintenance.  We learned what is the importance of applying CBM technique in the power plant.  From Ace Arvin Rosales, Panasonic Manufacturing


· As a good production engineer.  I learned a lot on how a maintenance department/section do their job.  This training gave me knowledge on how to deal with machine on how to prevent it from malfunction and also having this knowledge can share it with other sections especially those sections that are working with machines.  Also help them on how they can improve their performance/skills on how to handle machine trouble.  From Jefferson Balita, Production Engineer, Panasonic Manufacturing


· The good points about this training is knowing the difference between Preventive and Predictive Maintenance. Not all machine error can be addressed by PM sometimes it is best to just let it be.  Predictive Maintenance help to at least the lost time of machine breakdown. From Archie Esguerra, Technician, Panasonic


· Excellent point about this Predictive Maintenance seminar is that the instructor Mr. Rolly Angeles can deliver the topic that is easy to understand and to deliver the message more about the meaning of maintenance as well as the do’s and don’ts.  From Jefferson Lorbis, Technician, Panasonic


· The trainer is very knowledgeable about the topic.  The trainer present, discuss and stated clearly by using slides.  The trainer encourages participants to ask questions and answer them clearly.  From Nino Nicolas, Technician, Panasonic


· The facilitator emphasize clearly the advantages and disadvantages of Preventive Maintenance/Predictive Maintenance.  Also gives useful advise on how to use Predictive and Preventive Maintenance method.  From Alvin Sanches, Staff Engineer, Panasonic


· The good point regarding this training is to known when or when the unit become damage or wear out.  It is expanding the knowledge about Preventive Maintenance which include tools to be use in different cases of problems.  The trainer well explain the use of measurement tools and he define the possible root cause of the problem.  The training help us to analyze the problem before it will become totally damaging to the units.  This training is not only to prevent or predict the dame of unit but it also discuss about safety.  From Reynato deleon , IJ Engineering, Panasonic


· The training and its topic was very knowledgeable especially for those who has no background information at the start.  It is also very essential since in our actual operations we always deal with machine operators.  From Christopher Timbal, QA Engineer, Panasonic


People are not the company’s greatest asset.  The right people are the company’s greatest asset, and the wrong people are called liabilities.  We can only have the right people if they are equipped with the right knowledge and skill to do their jobs right the first time around.

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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.

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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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