Mastering Lubrication Engineering

For users looking for uptime through ISO 55000 compliant lubrication management

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Course Content

A review of corporate standards pertaining to excellence and compliance, for example:

  • Asset Management
  • Risk Management
  • Safety Management
  • Quality Management
  • Production Efficiency
  • OEE

Course Objectives

  • Review the fundamentals of contamination control, lubrication and oil analysis
  • Align your lubrication planning and scheduling with CBM & RCM strategies
  • Ensure your lubrication strategy are aligned with the ICML 55 and ISO 55000 asset management standards
  • Review the theory of lubricant selection & application
  • Incorporate health & safety standards in your lubrication management
  • Align your lubrication policies with environmental standards, waste management & energy saving goals
  • Obtain the Ultimate Lubrication Certification

Recommended Preparation

Do review the Body of Knowledge as provided by ICML. We, furthermore, suggest that prior to attending the course reading up on the relevant standards listed, in particular ICML 55 & ISO 55000.

The Machinery Lubrication Engineering examination consists of one hundred and fifty questions, each having four options. The examination is conducted over four hours with a break. Visit ICML online for more information on the certification.

Who Will Benefit from the Course

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  • Plant Engineers
  • Operations Managers
  • Plant Managers
  • Oil Analysis Practitioners
  • Condition Monitoring Specialists
  • Reliablity Engineers
  • Lubricant & Equipment Suppliers
  • Lubrication Technicians
  • Anyone that Wants to Obtain the Ultimate Industry Certification

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