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VicTas IMRT CIWG | Quality Management in Maintenance

An Online Common Interest Work Group presented by SIRF Rt Victoria & Tasmania, Free for SIRF Members! Not a member? Contact us today!

An Online Common Interest Work Group presented by SIRF Rt Victoria & Tasmania, Free for SIRF Members! Not a member? Contact us today!



About this Event




When you consider that between 50-70% percent of equipment failures are likely due to infant failures resulting from either maintenance or commissioning errors (Reliability Web), it brings home all the more the importance of Quality Management in Maintenance.

Quality management systems in maintenance cover QA (Quality Assurance) and QC (Quality Control) activities. QA activities builds in quality in processes, QC activities ensure quality levels are achieved. Both are very necessary for quality management and maintenance activities to be effective, though QA can’t fully prevent errors in preventative maintenance and Quality control can’t be expected to pick up every defect.

How effective are your quality management systems? what efforts are you making to implement and improve these so your maintenance activities are not building in defects, creating failures and adding waste?

Energy Australia’s Yallourn power station has put some efforts into Quality management processes and will share on their Quality management in Maintenance journey, where they are coming from, what they are working on, where hope to get to, how plan to get there and any insights and learnings they have had along the way. This workshop provides the opportunity to come together on an important topic to learn and share.






Below are some of the things folks are keen to talk over discuss and share information and learnings on. In this workshop

• QA and QC activities to support Quality management

• Organisational requirements and mindset to support

• Precision maintenance to support QA

• What best practice looks like

• What Training/Skills/Behavioural gaps are needed to be addressed

• What is needed to implement, improve and sustain Quality management in maintenance






Agenda
(in Melbourne Time)

9:50am for 10am start

10:00 Intros and setting expectations

10:15 Energy Australia presentation on their Quality Management Journey

10:45 Company shares/attendees presentations

11:30 Discussions

12:00 wrap up for 12:30 finish




Who Should Attend?




Category Business