Join us on November 20 for the return of this highly successful event and a host of new speakers and topics showcasing cross-sector best practice to drive forward improvements in productivity, reliability and safety.
During the day we will demonstrate transferable lessons from across the manufacturing spectrum, that Production and Engineering Managers can apply to their own operations, as well as showcasing the broad range of asset management capabilities that are available within the region.
► Overall Asset Management philosophy and planning
► Best Practice sharing including learning from other sectors
►Improving Safety and Efficiency in asset management
Event sponsor Axiom Engineering Associates, will share their wealth of knowledge and expertise from their extensive database to determine how asset life and inspection decisions can be improved based on data.
Advisian will inform and explain what you need and what to expect from Asset Management in this modern world. Allowing participants to consider their situation and the pressures they face; and what they can logically expect as outcomes or benefits from improved Asset Management.
Veolia will demonstrate how to optimise and achieve mutual benefits from an integrated asset management system which builds on best practice and feedback from experiences. David Clark, Senior Asset Management Systems Manager, Veolia
Engineering giant, ABB will explain how thorough planning, correct information and early involvement from experienced people with proven methods and techniques, can greatly reduce the hazards and risks to people, the environment and live assets. Setting leading industry safety standards, using key skills developed through involvement from experience of managing highly complex projects of this type.
S A Partners will delve into what and how to deploy an effective and people-centric approach to TPM. Looking at the use of the appropriate lean thinking tools and systems, leadership and engagement systems that will support sustainable change. Examples will be supported from results in several different industries.
With nearly 25 years of Manufacturing Excellence work under their belts, HFL Consulting will showcase studies where significant improvements in plant performance have been achieved through the application variety of tools, via a series of case studies, illustrating the application of a particular tool, why it was appropriate to that situation, and the benefits that accrued.
Nuclear giants, Sellafield, will examine the development of Asset Management arrangements and decision support tools used to optimise the portfolio of asset interventions within the strategic timeline at Sellafield.
Evolution MRO will explain all about a system where multiple companies can share stock items. If a company goes out of stock for an equipment component, they can search the local database of other companies stores holding and request that component from them. Allowing reduced stores holding for all companies participating.
Cogent Skills will cover improving your safety performance, to ensure you are working as efficiently as possible while, managing your greatest assets.
Frazer- Nash will explain the value of effective, clear and concise documentation when it comes to thorough life safety. From a whole site structured safety report to cross discipline role engagement, this presentation will explore how a site could develop its safety documentation to give ownership across all stakeholders.
The Flexitiallic Group will showcase a case study for a top tier COMAH site before and after the training on flanged connection assembly and the subsequent benefits to the environment and safety, As well as, the competence of operators and contractors.
Enermech will explain about revolutionary inspection enactment tool AIM and how it enhances inspection through the use of remote visual inspection tools and real time reporting . Allowing asset owners to understand the status of their equipment and get to the right answer more efficiently. Reducing Opex, reliability increased, and data can be fully understood at the time of inspection.
FoCul focuses around taking what people already do and making it electronic within well configured applications that allow people to be more consistent, efficient and where the collective knowledge is worth far more than the sum of the individual inputs.
A Wiki is where many people can add information to create a bigger picture. The traditional problem with Wikis are that they are in a loose format and too unstructured so allowing anyone to change anything. These applications allow the pooling of knowledge in a structured and secure way. The specific systems to be covered are shift handovers and management of change..
All day delegate tickets and exhibition bookings can be made on-line via a simple on-line registration process. Our rates for this conference start from just £59 pp.
NEPIC Member Day Delegate Pass, SME*: £59.00 + vat
NEPIC Member Day Delegate Pass, Large Company*: £89.00 + vat
Non-Member Day Delegate Pass: £150.00 + vat
NEPIC Member Exhibitor: £389 + vat
Non-Member Exhibitor: £600 + vat
*SME classification – under 250 employees.Large company classification – more than 250 employees
**Exhibition bookings include 2 day delegate passes that offer full conference access
If you are interested in one of the limited number of exhibition spaces, please contact Felix O’Hare or Lynne Aungiers for further information.