Event Date/Time: Feb 22, 2006
End Date/Time: Feb 23, 2006
Some of the benefits you will gain as delegates are:
1) Achieving business excellence through integrating RCM, TPM and condition monitoring
2) Reducing failure and cuting costs by establishing world-class analytical maintenance stratergies.
3) Developing effective maintenance performance measurement and communication systems.
4) Installing new technological progress on material management and communication systems
5) Ensuring new safety standards through unimpeachable safety management.
6) Gaining in-depth waste disposal management techniques and environmental hazard issues.
7) Benchmarking as a performance measurement and improvement techniques.
Among the key speakers invited are:
1) Amber Dutta Crackers Operation Manager BOROUGE Petrochemical Co. (UAE)
2) Virenda Rai Vice-President Reliance Industries India Ltd (India)
3) Nasir Hamid Engineering Support Section Head
Abu Dhabi Refinery Division, TAKREER (UAE)
4) Abdullah Al Abdul Salam Team Leader HSE (SEK)
Kuwait Oil Company
5) Abdelsalam Elhag Senior Consultant Plant Operations Safra Company Limited (KSA)
6) VT Moorthy Director Aditya Birla Group, (India)
7) Eng Alaedin Vice President Maintenance
Abu Qir Fertilizers Co. (Egypt)
8) Dilip Morje Reliability Specialist BAPCO (Bahrain)
This is our second annual conference and the first one was very successful and following are some of the remarks our last year's delegates had to say:
"I will take back your event back to my company but in the space provided I feel
that it is an excellent networking initiative among maintenance peers."
Rajagopalan Narayanan (SAP PM consultant)
"Overall it was a well organised conference and I got opportunity to listen to
Muhammed Mubeen (Head of Mantenance Planning); GASCO
"World class Shutdown, Turnaround and Outages is one of the best events that
focuses on Shutdowns & Turnarounds activities and is a good place to share and
Fahad A. Albukairi (Head of Turnaround); SABIC SMO
22nd & 23rd February 2006, Hilton Dubai Jumeriah, UAE
Industries in the primary and secondary sectors deal with heavy-duty equipment and machinery in their production cycle that go through intensive running operation. Imagine a breakdown or a leakage caused during a production stage, it would cause a system failure and eventually an improper shutdown. To avoid such a catastrophe, often precautions are taken by either shutting down the whole plant or stage-by-stage for inspection to making necessary repairs and required maintenance. A shutdown may be done annually or bi-annually for a month or even sometimes for 2-3 months.
Such an overhaul process involves complex structures and need special attention; managing such an operation may endanger the facility as a whole because its shutdown may end up creating a loss. Or in the other hand, a successful shutdown for inspection and maintenance increases the plant’s reliability and ensures a smooth operation, thus reducing the chance of breakdowns.
So the question is, how can industrialists reduce the cost and duration of a shutdown while optimizing production and generating revenue? What are the latest technologies integrated in this process to ease the burden of daily maintenance? If one chooses to outsource should one outsource the whole shutdown or just hire specialists in the related fields? A shutdown may even involve 64,000 personnel, so how would the management processes be communicated and proactively issued? What safety protocols should be issued and to what standards? Then there are conflicting school of thoughts; RCM vs. TPM.
Questions storm down in this industry but what practitioners are looking for a fine light of answer, something that is shared under the clear horizon. Hence, there is an increasing need to incorporate the disciplines and technologies of project management systems and solutions in order to streamline operations and leverage technological knowledge, to upgrade competency and efficiency.
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