The importance of spare parts Management for Indian Industry can be easily visualized by the fact, that nearly 50 – 60% of the maintenance cost is represented by Spare Parts. Conventionally the problem of spare parts has been visualized only from the inventory control point of view. Obviously, this could not bring in the desired results as expected. The management of spare parts has to have a total systems approach and should be aimed at achieving the ultimate objective i.e maximum availability of plant and machinery at the least cost. This programme is planned to review the various developments that have taken place in the systems and technical aspects of spare parts management function in the recent years.
To Disseminate modern concepts and techniques of spare parts management
To demonstrate how cost effectiveness can be achieved by adopting various supporting practices like standardization, value engineering, spares reclamation, Computerisation etc.
Spare Parts Management in Indian Industry – Problems and Perspectives
Classification and Codification
Inventory Control Models
Control of insurance Spares
Vendor Analysis and standardization of Spares
Reclamation of Spares
Techniques for controlling consumption of spare parts
Improving Reliability and Maintainability of Equipment
Total Productive Maintenance
Effect of condition Monitoring on planning of spare parts
Computer application in Spare Parts Management
Disposal of obsolete /Non moving spares
This programme is interaction oriented. While dealing with each theme area, relevant experiential sharing will be done by the participating industries. The programme will be conducted by means of Interactive lectures, with Multimedia & A/V aids, Case Studies & Software demo, etc.
Faculty consists of specialists with expertise and experience from National productivity Council and experts from industry and institutions.
This programme is meant for Engineers and Managers from Stores, Maintenance, Engineering Services, Materials, Industrial Engineering, Finance, Operation/Production and other related departments from Industry and Service Sectors.
DATE AND TIME
Date: 17 - 19 December, 2007
Timings: 10.00 to 17.00 Hrs. (Reporting Time: 9.45 AM)
National Productivity Council
New No.6, (Old No. 31-B) SIDCO Industrial Estate,
Ambattur, Chennai 600 098.
Rs. 6,000/- per participant covering course fee, reading material, lunch and tea.
Fee once paid is non-refundable.
The programme is non-residential.
Nominating companies in Chennai may send the fee by a crossed cheque. The companies from outside Chennai may send the fee by crossed demand draft. Cheque / Draft should be sent in favour of “National Productivity Council” payable at Chennai.
Last date for registration 3rd December, 2007. Please send your nomination in the attached Reply Form indicating the name, designation and official address of the participant in advance to the following address:
Head & Regional Director
National Productivity Council
Regional Professional Management Group
No.6 (Old No:31-B), SIDCO Industrial Estate
Ambattur, Chennai—600 098.
Phone: 044- 26253466 & 26252467 Fax: 044-26254904