F-MF007 Material Classification Specifications Handling & Storage

F-MF007 Material Classification Specifications Handling & Storage 2018-01-17T11:33:51+00:00

Project Description

This course is designed to provide delegates with all updated information and skills on material classification, specifications, handling and storage. It covers all material basics and relative detailed engineering specifications, brand name specifications and commercial standards; inventory basics for stock activity graphs, dual re-order points and inventory automation economic orders, quantity (EOQ), inventory control; spare parts lists and spare optimization; and equipment spares.

Why attend

Completing this course, delegates will be able to apply demand planning for equipment spare parts and supply chain management; employ warehouse procedures, material logging and bar coding; carryout proper techniques from bar coding to smart labelling (RFID), label documentation, encoding, printing and validating smart labels; identify RFID architecture, RFID tags and computerized inventory management systems; clarify engineering materials; and apply material specifications, preservation, packaging and storage for bearings, belts, couplings, gaskets, seals, roller chains and sprockets, valves, pipelines, piping, fittings, flanges, bolts, nuts and blinds.

Course Objectives

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

    • Apply and gain systematic techniques on material logging specifications, handling and storage.
  • Discuss material basics covering the detailed engineering specifications, brand name provisions, commercial standards, etc.

  • Interpret register basics that includes stock activity graphs, economic order quantity (EOQ), dual re-order points, inventory automation examples, etc.

  • Implement inventory control comprising of perpetual inventory, variations on the perpetual, register method, cycle counts, annual inventory and controlling storeroom values.

  • Describe spare parts lists and spare optimization.

  • Identify the equipment spares and apply spares demand planning for equipment reliability and supply chain management.

Who should attend

This course provides an overview of all significant aspects and considerations of material cataloguing, specifications, handling and storage for maintenance , materials and project staff including all related managers, project supervisors, maintenance supervisors, material supervisors, material engineers project engineers, plant engineers, maintenance engineers, material officers, senior buyers, purchasing supervisors, storeroom supervisors, store keepers, inventory control staff, CMMS professionals, maintenance planners, maintenance supervisors, IT professionals, operations supervisors, and manufacturing supervisors.

Course Outline

  • Detailed Engineering Specifications – Brand Name Specifications –
  • Commercial Standards – Purchase Materials in the Proper Quantity –
  • Receive Materials at the Optimum Time – MRO Control Goals –
  • Supervising Storeroom Benefits and Justifications
  • Stock Activity Graphs – Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) –
  • Dual Re-order Points – Inventory Automation Examples –
  • Open or Closed Storeroom – Physical Storage – Return to Stores
  • Perpetual Inventory – Variations on the Perpetual –
  • Inventory Method – Cycle Counts – Annual Inventory –
  • Controlling the Value in the Storeroom
  • Plant Hierarchy –
  • Preparation and Maintenance of Part Lists –
  • Parts List Standard
  • Stock Level Establishment –
  • Min-Max Stocks –
  • Lead Time Delivery
  • Equipment Types –
  • Spares Identification –
  • Stock Level –
  • Equipment Criticality
  • Primary ID – Store Stock Catalog –
  • Part Descriptions –
  • Adequate Information on every Potential Item –
  • Store Stock Numbering –
  • Everything Identified All
  • Describing the Part – Other Uses of the Description –
  • A Case for Descriptive Item Numbers – Hierarchal Systems –
  • Stock Index for ID – Inventory Classification
  • Location Codes – Stock Number of Bin Location –
  • Bill of Materials (BOM) – Consignment Inventory –
  • Rebuilt Parts – Used Parts
  • Bar Code Readers – Bar Code Systems –
  • Bar Code Printing – Moving to Bar Codes –
  • Bar Code Support Suppliers
  • Label Certification – Encoding, Printing and Validating Smart Labels –
  • Readers and Printers – Building Blocks of an RFID Reader –
  • Logical Components of an RFID Reader –
  • Building Blocks of RFID Printers –
  • Types of Readers –
  • Trends and Possibilities
  • Key Building Blocks and Functionalities –
  • What is RFID? –
  • RFID System Components –
  • Systemic Quality Considerations –
  • Architecture and System Guidelines – System Management
  • Tag Types (Active and Passive Tags) – Data Carrying Options –
  • Tag Construction – Tag Frequencies –
  • Passive Tag Communication –
  • Tag Classes – Tag Singulation Process –
  • Tag Selection and Placement
  • Building Blocks – Canned Report Generator –
  • Ad-Hoc Report Generator –
  • Data Mining Tools –
  • Report Mining Tools
  • Iron and Steel – Alloy Steels – Cast Iron –
  • Copper and its Alloys – Aluminum and its Alloys –
  • Other Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys – Plastic Materials and Rubbers –
  • Ceramics – Glasses – Composite Materials –
  • Fiber-reinforced Composite Materials
  • Bearings – Belts – Couplings – Gaskets
  • Seals – Roller Chains and Sprockets – Valves
  • Pipelines – Pipings – Fittings
  • Flanges – Bolts – Nuts – Blinds

 

The workshop

This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as presented on the next column based on percentage of the total tuition hours:

Lectures

30%

Workshops & Work presentation

30%

Case Studies & Practical Exercises

20%

Videos, Sofware & General Discussion

20%

The course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons with no prior notice to participants.

Falcon Consulting Professionals is established in Greece for the last 15 years in the areas of technical consulting and professional training for the local industries. Falcon is expanding in GCC, aiming to provide the best consulting and training solutions to the industries of the region. Falcon’s instructors are accredited trainers and highly experienced in their fields, as well as adult training. We aspire to build our business relationships on mutual trust. The achievement of results with an emphasis on innovation and sustainability, quality, cost analysis and time scheduling are non-negotiable from the conceptual phase of the training.

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