QDG - Team-based Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
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Use the benefits of teamwork and team dynamics to achieve highly productive Operations and Maintenance activities. Despite the highest level of the industrial revolution and the technological cutting edge, the rate of failure due to human errors and human factors remains about 80% as per the data from the nuclear industry, and ASTM reports. People’s problems are therefore the deadliest threat to our machines. However, men are not like machines that can be fixed. In this regard, James P. Lewis in his book, team-based Project management, quoted Kathy Guisewhite who said, “Men don’t come with instruction manuals”. To address this problem and to improve human performance, Maintenance Planning and Scheduling (MPS) is one of the strategies used. It involves people at various levels of the organization, so it becomes important to look for ways to leverage on team dynamics in order to get the best contribution from everyone.
 

Presenter Profile:

Thomas Nounezi is a Maintenance and reliability consultant with 30 years’ experience in industrial workforce education and coaching. Thomas is an ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE). He holds a master’s degree in Mechanical engineering.

As the founder of Train Consult Uptimer Ltd., he is passionate about keeping asset integrity and reliability, sustaining continuous improvement and operational excellence. Thomas is committed to fostering the Plant wellness Way model by Lifetime reliability solutions. Some of the topics Thomas works on are failure analysis, failure elimination, Reliability centred maintenance, root cause of failure analysis, total productive maintenance, quality management, team building and team development. His training courses, public and on-site, whether at university labs or on industrial fields, helped hundreds of industrial organizations in Africa, Asia, eastern Europe, and Canada to save money and time. People who attended his courses became aware and motivated to take ownership of the equipment and the lines they work on. They performed value-creating operation and repairs, smart decisions, accurate testing/inspection, performance measurements and data collection. Thomas’ training sessions help to create team-based and profit-based operation and maintenance, reliability culture, asset and processes’ integrity excellence within many organizations.

 

 

Date & Time
Wednesday February 19th, 2020 6:00pm CST
End Date & Time
Wednesday February 19th, 2020 7:30pm CST
Venue
Danish Canadian Club
Address
Queen’s Room
727 11 Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2R 0E3
Canada
Categories
Meeting, Social Event
Host Type
Peer Group
Additional Information

Free Parking Available

Note: The building is located on the south side of 11 Ave SW, between 6th and 7th Streets. Free parking is available on both sides of the Danish Canadian Club. Please enter the building via the East door. This door leads directly to the meeting room.

You do not have to be an ASQ member to attend this session. We invite all interested in Quality to attend our sessions and enjoy peer discussions. These discussions/ meetings are free of charge and do not require pre-registration.

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Date & Time: 02/19/2020 06:00:00 PM CST