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تاريخ التسجيل : 01/07/2009
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The following five maintenance
training courses are designed to prepare engineers/managers to deal more effectively
with one of the challenging and demanding tasks of enterprise activities. Top of the
notch maintenance practices are inherent in almost every venture and have far
greater impact on enterprise competitiveness and success than do other activities .
Currently , 5 courses are offered, exact date and location will be posted in due
time. Any of the courses can be offered in-house for a limited
group by special arrangement with the customer,




1. BEST
PRACTICES IN MAINTENANCE : TPM or RCM


2.
APPLIED RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE (RCM) AND


HAZARD
AND OPERABILITY STUDIES (HAZOP)



3.
MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT : BEYOND THE TECHNIQUES



4. COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (CMMS)




5. MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND OPERATION MRO OF THE PROCESS PLANT


Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 Papyr



BEST PRACTICES IN MAINTENANCE : TPM or RCM




    During the last few years
    there has been a gradual attitude change in how general corporate managers view the
    maintenance

    function.
    One of the most important
    factors forcing this change was that maintenance departments became major cost
    centers within

    those organizations.
    Through the application of Good Management Practices and with the use of sound
    technical

    expertise, maintenance
    department, will produce dividends in the immediate, as well as for the long term
    value enhancement.

    A successful prescription
    is a mix of Total productive maintenance (TPM) and Reliability-Centered Maintenance
    (RCM).

    Total productive
    maintenance (TPM) is the systematic execution of maintenance by all employees
    through small group activities.

    The dual goals of TPM are
    zero breakdowns and zero defects. Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a
    systematic approach

    for defining
    maintenance tasks for engineered systems. It has been successfully applied in
    several industries, most notably

    in the chemical,
    petroleum, manufacturing, aviation, and electric utility industries. It enforces
    organizations to systematically

    evaluate maintenance
    needs based on an understanding of system function and the types of equipment
    failures that can cause

    losses of system
    functions


    Participants Profile
    Senior and middle level Maintenance
    Managers, Operations Managers, Plant Managers and Engineers, senior and middle level
    Production Managers and Technical Managers who are going to be responsible for
    directing the application of RCM/TPM or for auditing its results.


    Methods of Instruction
    This course provides an
    introduction to the principles, method of application and tools used in each of the
    two strategies. It

    includes cases that allow
    participants opportunity to provide first-hand understanding of the steps an analyst
    would perform and provide maximum involvement by participants. Practicality and
    results are stressed . Situations in manufacturing and service organizations
    are used along with decision exercises, videos and computer applications.


    Tool kit



    • Modern Maintenance Strategies (Overview of Maintenance Strategies, RCM and
      TPM. Back to the basics)



    • Basics of TPM (Main differences between "traditional" TPM. Overall
      Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and Overall Craft Effectiveness (OCE). The 6 Big
      Losses associated with Plant and Equipment. The visual factory.



    • Losses, Productivity and Quality (Classification of Losses related to
      Equipment. Losses due to set-ups, start-up, changeover and machines idling. The
      TPM approach to zero breakdowns. Poor productivity and reduced machine
      speed/capacity. Eliminating poor quality. Zero-defects methods. Waste of manpower
      next to Machines and Equipment



    • Reliability & Maintainability (RCM analysis and the decision process,
      Simple Reliability, Reliability & Maintainability and How to use reliability
      information for maintenance)



    • Performing RCM (System selection - criticality analysis. FMEA - failure modes
      and effects analysis. System function and functional failures. Failure modes,
      effects and FMECA. Root Cause Problem Elimination)




Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls






APPLIED RELIABILITY CENTERED
MAINTENANCE (RCM)

AND
HAZARD AND OPERABILITY STUDIES (HAZOP)






Reliability Centered Maintenance is an approach to maintenance that combines
different maintenance practices and strategies to maximize the life that a piece of
equipment functions in the required manner at minimal cost. RCM strives to create
the optimal mix of an intuitive approach and statistical analysis to decide on how
to maintain facility equipment.
HAZOP (Hazard and Operability Study) is a structured method for identifying hazards
and problems associated with the operation of a plant. In principle, both
operability and reliability considerations have been a part of the HAZOP
methodology. The results of a HAZOP study allow engineers to improve the safety of
an operation and to highlight operability problems starting at an early stage in
project development to existing plants which have been operating for many years.

In modern industries, a common, in-depth knowledge of both tools is a must for a
smooth and sound communication among operation and maintenance staff and Hazop team,
which contribute to the introduction and application of either tool, increase
efficiency, improve the quality of both activities and eliminate duplication of
effort by different groups in the same organization .



Participants Profile


The course is intended for people in the process industries who participate or
intend to participate in either the application of RCM and/or HAZOP studies. They
include project engineers, senior and middle level maintenance managers and staff,
operations managers, plant managers and engineers, senior and middle level
production managers and technical managers .
The course requires a basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics and it is
assumed that attendees will be familiar with the relevant processing operations. It
is an
engineers only course.



Methods of Instruction


This workshop provides an introduction to the principles and tools used in RCM
analysis and Hazop studies with a special emphasis on the applications. It includes
cases that give participants opportunity to gain a hands-on experience of the steps
an analyst would perform and provide maximum involvement by participants. Situations
in process industries, manufacturing and service organizations (according to the
actual orientation of participants) are used along with videos and computer
applications. People attending the course will be grouped into syndicates of
three or four and each group asked to solve a particular Case Study.



Tool Kit




  • Overview of world-class maintenance programs. A review of basic statistics.
  • RCM introduction. The failure process. The bathtub curve.
  • Types and causes of failure. Criticality analysis. FMEA and FMECA.
  • Reliability, availability and maintainability - basic indicators
  • R C M analysis software
  • Hazop introduction. Hazard Identification and hazard in the work environment
  • Checklist Analysis. What-if Analysis. What-if/Checklist Analysis.
    Identification and Selection of Optimum Barriers. The Hazard-Barrier. Matrix
    Barrier.

  • Reliability Risk-based Approach to Hazard and Barrier Analysis. Hazard and
    Operability Study. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

  • Reporting the Process Hazard Analysis. Review of the Process Hazard
    Analysis

  • Hazop software



Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls







MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT : BEYOND THE
TECHNIQUES





This course is designed to prepare maintenance engineers/managers to deal more
effectively with the difficult and demanding tasks of managing maintenance,
maintenance planning and maintenance control. Such problems are inherent
in almost every enterprise and have far greater influence on enterprise success than
do other activities .
To know how to obtain clear, usable knowledge of what are modern analysis tools
and what they will value to your business and to discover how to reengineer the
maintenance system from a service department to a productive entity



Participants profile


The program is designed for mid- to top level maintenance managers from any
functional area who want to broaden and improve their technical and managerial
skills. It is appropriate for both the experienced engineer and the individual being
developed for a mid-level position. There are no formal educational requirements for
admission, but participants should have an understanding and appreciation of basic
maintenance concepts as well as some previous managerial experience



Methods of Instruction


The emphasis is on interactive learning. Lectures are combined with case studies,
small group exercises, and computer simulations. Question/answer methods are
coupled with interactive methods to provide the maximum exchange of information.



Tool Kit




  • Analysis of maintenance activities and development of the maintenance plan
  • Scheduling and control of maintenance activities
  • Management of maintenance team
  • Modeling of maintenance policy ( Preventive maintenance - Predictive
    maintenance - Proactive maintenance)

  • Elements of reliability centered maintenance RCM (Statistical background
    - Failure analysis and implications - Computer applications)

  • Spare parts and maintenance materials inventories
  • Maintenance cost control
  • Computerized maintenance management CMMS


Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls






COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
(CMMS)





Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) provide a way for companies to
track equipment and inventory assets, detail when and how work orders are to be
performed in maintaining those assets, and accumulate all of the associated costs
for labor, materials and tools. Most large corporations cannot remain
competitive without an effective automated maintenance system..



Participants Profile


This course is targeted for all companies interested in Computerized Maintenance
Management Systems, where advanced techniques will assist in a successful
implementation and sustaining use of CMMS. Recommended attendees should include
Plant Managers, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Planning
and Scheduling Engineers, Maintenance Team Leaders, Purchasing Managers and Stock
Room Supervisors and Technical Managers who are going to be responsible for
directing or conducting an integrated CMMS approach



Methods of Instruction


This workshop provides an introduction to the principles and tools used in CMMS
analysis with a special emphasis on the applications. It includes cases that give
participants opportunity to gain a hands-on experience of the steps a system analyst
would perform and provide maximum involvement by participants. Situations in
manufacturing and service organizations are used alongwith videos cases

Those people attending the course will be grouped into syndicates of three or four
and each group asked to solve a particular real life problem. During the course,
attendees will have the opportunity to review an “On-line Computer Maintenance
Management System” and bring along their laptop computers to join in an interactive
session.



Tool Kit



Overview of world-class maintenance practices.

  • The basic Maintenance Department’s function and objectives. A CMMS
    overview of Functions and Benefits. Deploying a Computerized Maintenance
    Management System. Define the Scope of the System, Applications and Functions.

  • Defining Facilities Maintenance Management Process. Managing Assets/Equipment.
    Managing Parts Stores.

  • Key steps in developing a Preventive Maintenance Program. CMMS basic modules.
    System Requirements and Responsibilities. Database Set-up. Maintenance Flow
    Chart. Purchasing and Receiving Flow Chart.

  • Maintenance Management System Functions. Service Calls – Work Order Request.
    Work Order Process: Object and Goals. Planning and Scheduling

  • Preventative Maintenance - Task & Scheduling. Parts Material –
    Availability. Inventory Management. Purchasing. Procurement.
    Maintenance Management Process. Management Data Analysis

  • CMMS Applications. Rolling Stock versus Fixed Assets. Bar Coding
    Systems. Hand held collection devices. Work Environment and Cultural Change.

  • CMMS and predictuve maintenance technologies.


    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls






    MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND OPERATION (MRO) OF THE
    PROCESS PLANT





    Petroleum (oil and gas), petro-chemical and chemical process industries provide
    the building blocks for many products. Process industries, characterized by high
    investments and use of advanced technology, play a major role in economy and
    contribute a high percentage of the total GDP in many countries. These industries
    face major challenges to meet the needs for high competitiveness within a global
    economy.
    The aim of this short course is to examine the key issues and techniques required
    for a plant engineer to operate successfully in the process industries sector.



    Participants profile


    The program is designed for mid-to top level plant and maintenance
    engineers/managers who want to broaden and improve their technical and managerial
    skills. It is appropriate for both the experienced engineer and the individual being
    developed for a mid-level position. There are no formal educational requirements for
    admission, but participants should have an understanding and appreciation of basic
    maintenance and operation concepts as well as some previous managerial experience.



    Methods of Instruction


    The emphasis is on interactive learning. Lectures are combined with case
    studies, small group exercises, and computer simulations. Question/answer
    methods coupled with interactive methods and role playing management games provide
    the maximum exchange of information.



    Tool Kit





    • Issues of plant construction, start-up and commissioning. Contract
      terms and monitoring.

    • Process management : planning and control of plant operation and maintenance
    • Spare parts procurement and control. Key performance indicators KPI
    • Reliability centred maintenance RCM
    • Computerized maintenance management systems CMMS
    • Analysis of financial and technical productivity and assessment of the
      process plant metrics



    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls


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    تاريخ التسجيل : 01/07/2009

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    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 2644




    The following five maintenance
    training courses are designed to prepare engineers/managers to deal more effectively
    with one of the challenging and demanding tasks of enterprise activities. Top of the
    notch maintenance practices are inherent in almost every venture and have far
    greater impact on enterprise competitiveness and success than do other activities .
    Currently , 5 courses are offered, exact date and location will be posted in due
    time. Any of the courses can be offered in-house for a limited
    group by special arrangement with the customer,




    1. BEST
    PRACTICES IN MAINTENANCE : TPM or RCM


    2.
    APPLIED RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE (RCM) AND


    HAZARD
    AND OPERABILITY STUDIES (HAZOP)



    3.
    MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT : BEYOND THE TECHNIQUES



    4. COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (CMMS)




    5. MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND OPERATION MRO OF THE PROCESS PLANT


    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 Papyr



    BEST PRACTICES IN MAINTENANCE : TPM or RCM




      During the last few years
      there has been a gradual attitude change in how general corporate managers view the
      maintenance

      function.
      One of the most important
      factors forcing this change was that maintenance departments became major cost
      centers within

      those organizations.
      Through the application of Good Management Practices and with the use of sound
      technical

      expertise, maintenance
      department, will produce dividends in the immediate, as well as for the long term
      value enhancement.

      A successful prescription
      is a mix of Total productive maintenance (TPM) and Reliability-Centered Maintenance
      (RCM).

      Total productive
      maintenance (TPM) is the systematic execution of maintenance by all employees
      through small group activities.

      The dual goals of TPM are
      zero breakdowns and zero defects. Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a
      systematic approach

      for defining
      maintenance tasks for engineered systems. It has been successfully applied in
      several industries, most notably

      in the chemical,
      petroleum, manufacturing, aviation, and electric utility industries. It enforces
      organizations to systematically

      evaluate maintenance
      needs based on an understanding of system function and the types of equipment
      failures that can cause

      losses of system
      functions


      Participants Profile
      Senior and middle level Maintenance
      Managers, Operations Managers, Plant Managers and Engineers, senior and middle level
      Production Managers and Technical Managers who are going to be responsible for
      directing the application of RCM/TPM or for auditing its results.


      Methods of Instruction
      This course provides an
      introduction to the principles, method of application and tools used in each of the
      two strategies. It

      includes cases that allow
      participants opportunity to provide first-hand understanding of the steps an analyst
      would perform and provide maximum involvement by participants. Practicality and
      results are stressed . Situations in manufacturing and service organizations
      are used along with decision exercises, videos and computer applications.


      Tool kit



      • Modern Maintenance Strategies (Overview of Maintenance Strategies, RCM and
        TPM. Back to the basics)



      • Basics of TPM (Main differences between "traditional" TPM. Overall
        Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and Overall Craft Effectiveness (OCE). The 6 Big
        Losses associated with Plant and Equipment. The visual factory.



      • Losses, Productivity and Quality (Classification of Losses related to
        Equipment. Losses due to set-ups, start-up, changeover and machines idling. The
        TPM approach to zero breakdowns. Poor productivity and reduced machine
        speed/capacity. Eliminating poor quality. Zero-defects methods. Waste of manpower
        next to Machines and Equipment



      • Reliability & Maintainability (RCM analysis and the decision process,
        Simple Reliability, Reliability & Maintainability and How to use reliability
        information for maintenance)



      • Performing RCM (System selection - criticality analysis. FMEA - failure modes
        and effects analysis. System function and functional failures. Failure modes,
        effects and FMECA. Root Cause Problem Elimination)




    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls






    APPLIED RELIABILITY CENTERED
    MAINTENANCE (RCM)

    AND
    HAZARD AND OPERABILITY STUDIES (HAZOP)






    Reliability Centered Maintenance is an approach to maintenance that combines
    different maintenance practices and strategies to maximize the life that a piece of
    equipment functions in the required manner at minimal cost. RCM strives to create
    the optimal mix of an intuitive approach and statistical analysis to decide on how
    to maintain facility equipment.
    HAZOP (Hazard and Operability Study) is a structured method for identifying hazards
    and problems associated with the operation of a plant. In principle, both
    operability and reliability considerations have been a part of the HAZOP
    methodology. The results of a HAZOP study allow engineers to improve the safety of
    an operation and to highlight operability problems starting at an early stage in
    project development to existing plants which have been operating for many years.

    In modern industries, a common, in-depth knowledge of both tools is a must for a
    smooth and sound communication among operation and maintenance staff and Hazop team,
    which contribute to the introduction and application of either tool, increase
    efficiency, improve the quality of both activities and eliminate duplication of
    effort by different groups in the same organization .



    Participants Profile


    The course is intended for people in the process industries who participate or
    intend to participate in either the application of RCM and/or HAZOP studies. They
    include project engineers, senior and middle level maintenance managers and staff,
    operations managers, plant managers and engineers, senior and middle level
    production managers and technical managers .
    The course requires a basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics and it is
    assumed that attendees will be familiar with the relevant processing operations. It
    is an
    engineers only course.



    Methods of Instruction


    This workshop provides an introduction to the principles and tools used in RCM
    analysis and Hazop studies with a special emphasis on the applications. It includes
    cases that give participants opportunity to gain a hands-on experience of the steps
    an analyst would perform and provide maximum involvement by participants. Situations
    in process industries, manufacturing and service organizations (according to the
    actual orientation of participants) are used along with videos and computer
    applications. People attending the course will be grouped into syndicates of
    three or four and each group asked to solve a particular Case Study.



    Tool Kit




    • Overview of world-class maintenance programs. A review of basic statistics.
    • RCM introduction. The failure process. The bathtub curve.
    • Types and causes of failure. Criticality analysis. FMEA and FMECA.
    • Reliability, availability and maintainability - basic indicators
    • R C M analysis software
    • Hazop introduction. Hazard Identification and hazard in the work environment
    • Checklist Analysis. What-if Analysis. What-if/Checklist Analysis.
      Identification and Selection of Optimum Barriers. The Hazard-Barrier. Matrix
      Barrier.

    • Reliability Risk-based Approach to Hazard and Barrier Analysis. Hazard and
      Operability Study. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

    • Reporting the Process Hazard Analysis. Review of the Process Hazard
      Analysis

    • Hazop software



    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls







    MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT : BEYOND THE
    TECHNIQUES





    This course is designed to prepare maintenance engineers/managers to deal more
    effectively with the difficult and demanding tasks of managing maintenance,
    maintenance planning and maintenance control. Such problems are inherent
    in almost every enterprise and have far greater influence on enterprise success than
    do other activities .
    To know how to obtain clear, usable knowledge of what are modern analysis tools
    and what they will value to your business and to discover how to reengineer the
    maintenance system from a service department to a productive entity



    Participants profile


    The program is designed for mid- to top level maintenance managers from any
    functional area who want to broaden and improve their technical and managerial
    skills. It is appropriate for both the experienced engineer and the individual being
    developed for a mid-level position. There are no formal educational requirements for
    admission, but participants should have an understanding and appreciation of basic
    maintenance concepts as well as some previous managerial experience



    Methods of Instruction


    The emphasis is on interactive learning. Lectures are combined with case studies,
    small group exercises, and computer simulations. Question/answer methods are
    coupled with interactive methods to provide the maximum exchange of information.



    Tool Kit




    • Analysis of maintenance activities and development of the maintenance plan
    • Scheduling and control of maintenance activities
    • Management of maintenance team
    • Modeling of maintenance policy ( Preventive maintenance - Predictive
      maintenance - Proactive maintenance)

    • Elements of reliability centered maintenance RCM (Statistical background
      - Failure analysis and implications - Computer applications)

    • Spare parts and maintenance materials inventories
    • Maintenance cost control
    • Computerized maintenance management CMMS


    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls






    COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
    (CMMS)





    Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) provide a way for companies to
    track equipment and inventory assets, detail when and how work orders are to be
    performed in maintaining those assets, and accumulate all of the associated costs
    for labor, materials and tools. Most large corporations cannot remain
    competitive without an effective automated maintenance system..



    Participants Profile


    This course is targeted for all companies interested in Computerized Maintenance
    Management Systems, where advanced techniques will assist in a successful
    implementation and sustaining use of CMMS. Recommended attendees should include
    Plant Managers, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Planning
    and Scheduling Engineers, Maintenance Team Leaders, Purchasing Managers and Stock
    Room Supervisors and Technical Managers who are going to be responsible for
    directing or conducting an integrated CMMS approach



    Methods of Instruction


    This workshop provides an introduction to the principles and tools used in CMMS
    analysis with a special emphasis on the applications. It includes cases that give
    participants opportunity to gain a hands-on experience of the steps a system analyst
    would perform and provide maximum involvement by participants. Situations in
    manufacturing and service organizations are used alongwith videos cases

    Those people attending the course will be grouped into syndicates of three or four
    and each group asked to solve a particular real life problem. During the course,
    attendees will have the opportunity to review an “On-line Computer Maintenance
    Management System” and bring along their laptop computers to join in an interactive
    session.



    Tool Kit



    Overview of world-class maintenance practices.

  • The basic Maintenance Department’s function and objectives. A CMMS
    overview of Functions and Benefits. Deploying a Computerized Maintenance
    Management System. Define the Scope of the System, Applications and Functions.

  • Defining Facilities Maintenance Management Process. Managing Assets/Equipment.
    Managing Parts Stores.

  • Key steps in developing a Preventive Maintenance Program. CMMS basic modules.
    System Requirements and Responsibilities. Database Set-up. Maintenance Flow
    Chart. Purchasing and Receiving Flow Chart.

  • Maintenance Management System Functions. Service Calls – Work Order Request.
    Work Order Process: Object and Goals. Planning and Scheduling

  • Preventative Maintenance - Task & Scheduling. Parts Material –
    Availability. Inventory Management. Purchasing. Procurement.
    Maintenance Management Process. Management Data Analysis

  • CMMS Applications. Rolling Stock versus Fixed Assets. Bar Coding
    Systems. Hand held collection devices. Work Environment and Cultural Change.

  • CMMS and predictuve maintenance technologies.


    Maintenance Training Courses - صفحة 2 M133kcls






    MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND OPERATION (MRO) OF THE
    PROCESS PLANT





    Petroleum (oil and gas), petro-chemical and chemical process industries provide
    the building blocks for many products. Process industries, characterized by high
    investments and use of advanced technology, play a major role in economy and
    contribute a high percentage of the total GDP in many countries. These industries
    face major challenges to meet the needs for high competitiveness within a global
    economy.
    The aim of this short course is to examine the key issues and techniques required
    for a plant engineer to operate successfully in the process industries sector.



    Participants profile


    The program is designed for mid-to top level plant and maintenance
    engineers/managers who want to broaden and improve their technical and managerial
    skills. It is appropriate for both the experienced engineer and the individual being
    developed for a mid-level position. There are no formal educational requirements for
    admission, but participants should have an understanding and appreciation of basic
    maintenance and operation concepts as well as some previous managerial experience.



    Methods of Instruction


    The emphasis is on interactive learning. Lectures are combined with case
    studies, small group exercises, and computer simulations. Question/answer
    methods coupled with interactive methods and role playing management games provide
    the maximum exchange of information.



    Tool Kit





    • Issues of plant construction, start-up and commissioning. Contract
      terms and monitoring.

    • Process management : planning and control of plant operation and maintenance
    • Spare parts procurement and control. Key performance indicators KPI
    • Reliability centred maintenance RCM
    • Computerized maintenance management systems CMMS
    • Analysis of financial and technical productivity and assessment of the
      process plant metrics



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    موضوع رائع
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    @eman كتب:
    موضوع رائع
    وياريت لو فى ملف مبسط عن الصيانة يكون فيه الاساسيات بس


    موجود ملف عربى فى قسم الكتب العربية
    بعنوان أنواع و إدارة الصيانة
    فيه بعض الاساسيات المفيدة

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    @eman كتب:
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