Subjects (included but not limited to):
Introduction to Reliable Manufacturing®
Vibration as a “Precision” Tool
Correctly Fitting Housings and Shafts
Common Assembly Errors
Practical Field Lubrication
Precise Belt Alignment
Achieving Precision Shaft Alignment
Understanding Bearing Failure Types
Improving Balance Quality
Typical Machinery Errors
All related mechanical craft technicians, first and second line supervision, planners, schedulers, maintenance work teams, operations/management/material coordinators, selected senior operators, and small project and large project managers.
Participants are required to have previously attended an ECS1 class
2 1/2 days of formal training for 15 participants. Recommended class make-up is 10 crafts personnel and 5 from the other mentioned roles.
What can you expect to learn in Essential Craft Skills
(ECS 1) - Refresher?
Even after holding skills classes with successful field application we have found that hosting a “refresher/review” class provides an excellent opportunity to once again review/relearn and reapply essential principles. This refresher enables attendees to continue information and skill set learning with field technique reviews that may have been missed, forgotten, misunderstood or not yet applied. For many, just going through the class a second time, solidifies the many subjects that were covered and provides that “ah-ha” experience that ensures mental retention.