Implementation of a detailed shutdown process that is managed as a standard consistently taken up by all departments;
Specification of roles and responsibilities for executing the activities defined in the shutdown process, including the roles to manage, plan, schedule, and execute shutdowns and the personnel capability required for these roles;
Specification of the operational mechanisms (meeting schedules, format, objectives, and timing) needed to drive the process flow and interactions;
Explanation of the governance process and rules to make sure shutdown process is effective and efficient; and
Performance metrics and efficient control mechanisms to monitor shutdown effectiveness
Who should attend
Anybody who wants to get the most of their Shutdowns, Turnarounds and Outages.
Two-day interactive course delivered to assist maintainers, operators, supply officers, engineers and managers understand work associated with the delivery of shutdowns and turnarounds. Improved shutdown delivery methods, when underpinned by sustainable shutdown processes and procedures, will yield substantial savings associated with:
Extended shutdown intervals developed by the definition of section asset shutdown determinants
Shorter shutdown durations developed by the application of sound scheduling techniques incorporating critical path analysis
Control of shutdown durations and the minimisation of overruns through improved management structures and allocation of responsibilities
Improved maintenance and reliability practices and work method efficiencies
Key Learning Objectives
The establishment and application of sound shutdown processes
The application of asset reliability methods in a whole of life scenario
An integrated approach (Maintenance, Production, Project, Safety)
Risk processes for reviewing pre-determined shut parameters
Increasing planned and unplanned shutdown intervals
Decreasing planned and unplanned shutdown durations
Seasoned asset management leader with 35+ years in aviation, smelting, mining. Proven excellence in maintenance, reliability, risk management, stakeholder engagement, Six Sigma expertise, SAP leadership.
The knowledge and practical steps imparted during Asset Schools have proven to be invaluable for the overall improvement across the business in greater availability and reduced unit lifecycle costs. Attendance at the Asset Schools portfolio of courses is now a foundation requirement for our team of planners due to the business and personal development benefits.
OAM, Senior Mines Systems Planner
Asset Schools give peace of mind that the investment in our Maintenance and Reliability professionals will provide a great return to both them and the business.