You will develop an understanding of the current needs to operate, maintain, and manage buildings. Heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment are primarily discussed as they account for a great deal of operation and maintenance efforts. However, operation and maintenance of plumbing, electrical, life safety systems and other elements of building systems are also presented. After completing the course, you should know:
- How to identify the major elements of an effective maintenance program and understand the advantages of transitioning to a proactive maintenance program.
- How to define Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and describe the types of CMMS training available.
- The cost considerations associated with owning and operating a building.
- How to effectively use controls to measure and monitor building energy performance.
- The functional testing performed during commissioning including the existing-building commissioning process.
1. Maintenance Techniques
- Maintenance Strategy and Control
- Transitioning from Reactive to Proactive Maintenance
- Maintenance Contracts
- Establishing a Minimum Standard For Inspection and Maintenance of Equipment
- Operating and Maintenance Documentation
- Maintenance Technician Training.
2. Computer Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
- Benefits of Implementing a CMMS
- CMMS Modules
- CMMS Selection Process
- How to Implement a CMMS
- Going-Live Phase, Keys to Successful Use of a CMMS
- Using CMMS To Generate Key Performance Indicators and to Track Performance
- Cost Of Implementing a CMMS
- Field Devices
3. Owning and Operating Costs
- First Costs of Building Ownership
- New Building Construction Project Delivery Methods
- Estimating Costs, Service Life, Depreciation, Recurring Cost, Maintenance Costs, Utility Costs, Regulatory Costs, Utility Billing Analysis, and Economic Analysis.
4. Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Controls
- Control Components
- Specifying Control Systems and Writing Control Sequences
- Effective Use of Control Technology
- Using The Control System for Energy Management
- Impact of Controls of Operating Costs
- Emerging Control Technologies and Strategies.
5. Contractor Start-Up and Handover Procedures
- Pre-Start-Up Procedures
- Equipment and System Start-Up and Testing
- Operator Training
- Substantial Completion and Occupancy Permit
- Handover Procedures
- Record Drawings
- Operating and Maintenance Documents, Warranty, and Post Warranty Operation.
6. Commissioning and Testing
- Commissioning Process and Benefits
- Functional Acceptance Testing
- Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing (TAB)
- Existing Building Commissioning.
7. Risk Assessment Procedures
- Defining Risk
- Emergency Response Plans
- Activating an Emergency Response Plan
- Types of Risk and What to Do During an Emergency
- What to Do After an Emergency.
8. Greening Your Facility
- Defining Green Buildings
- Developing a Plan to Green an Existing Facility
- Areas of Green and Strategies to Green a Facility
- Green Building Rating and Certification Systems
- Bench-Marking Tools
- Selecting Energy Efficient Equipment and Building Products
- Green Building Case Studies
- Green Professional Credentials.
9. Health and Safety
- Health and Safety Regulations and Policies,
- Organizational Health and Safety Programs,
- Safe Work Practices, and
- Building Operating Regulations.
Lunch 1x + 2x Coffee Break
Pick Up Participant (Yogyakarta)
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