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The effective management of engineering facilities is very fundamental to the successful operation and optimisation of the resources of a firm. Engineering facilities can sometimes be complex and so requires effective management techniques for efficient utilisation.

ENGINEERING FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

ENGINEERING FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

 

Why this Course 

The effective management of engineering facilities is very fundamental to the successful operation and optimisation of the resources of a firm. Engineering facilities can sometimes be complex and so requires effective management techniques for efficient utilisation.

The Benefits

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Develop O and M plan.
  • Develop and manage maintenance information system
  • Add value through effective negotiation and administration of facilities maintenance.
  • Supervise maintenance of Engineering Facilities.
  • Develop check list for facility maintenance.
  • Improve plant productivity and capacity, and lower operating costs.
  • Contribute to improved equipment lifespan.

Programme Content

  • Introduction to Operation and Maintenance
  • An overview of the importance of O and M, key definitions.
  • Guidelines for developing an O andM that will meet and improve operational standard.
  • How to manage preventive, and corrective maintenance.
  • Operations: Building Systems
  • Mechanical HVAC
  • Electrical
  • Energy Management
  • Plumbing
  • Parking Structures
  • Site Utilities.
  • Landscaping and Grounds
  • Building Structures (exterior envelope) roof, bricks and masonry
  • Interiors and furniture fixtures and equipment
  • Fire and Life Safety
  • Waste Management
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Janitorial Services
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Work Management
  • Outsourcing versus In-house staff.
  • Work orders, communication and quality service
  • Procurement
  • Service contracts and transition contractors
  • Projects and project closures.
  • Continuous improvement
  • Engineering Facilities
  • Generators
  • Refrigerators and Air-conditioning
  • Telecoms equipment
  • Building
  • Lighting
  • Plumbing
  • Doors and windows
  • Roof, ceiling and floor
  • General electrical services
  • Managing Sewage/Waste Water Services
  • Water treatment plant
  • Effluent treatment plant
  • Pumps
  • Water storage
  • Fire hydrant

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