Master of Advanced Studies in:
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS
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Companies interested in
participating to MASIEO for 2014/2015
The Master in Advanced Studies in Industrial Engineering and Operations, delivered by SUPSI in partnership with COREP and RAMS&E, trains professionals able to intervene in systematic and coordinated activities and practices through which an organisation optimally and sustainably manages its assets and asset systems, their associated performance, risks and expenditures over their life cycles, from design through construction, commissioning, operation up to final decommissioning.
The Master has been designed according to most significant needs issued by large and medium companies during several years of collaboration with SUPSI and RAMS&E. Companies play a key role in the course, since they:
- directly select qualified resources to insert in the company for a year since the beginning of the master.;
- propose a project work of corporate interest to be developed by the identified resource (selected or internal to the company) with teh systematic support of an academic tutor and a company mentor;
- the placement of the resource for a period of 11 months in the company from the start, with a frequency of classes equal to one week per month
Asset management represents a significantly greater scope than just maintenance or care of physical assets, and is closer to the central purpose of an organization. It is a synergy between technical and management activities such as RAMS analyses, Risk Management, Management of Operation & Maintenance, in order to optimise the conflicting priorities of asset utilization and asset care, of short term performance opportunities and long-term sustainability, and between capital investments and subsequent operating costs, risks and performance along Assets lifecycle and related factors such as design, utilization, maintenance, obsolescence, etc.
Among the benefit of Asset Integrity Management:
1. Understand the risk profile associated with an asset portfolio and how this changes over time
2. Understand business consequences of enhancing / reducing your capital investment or maintenance budgets
3. Justify planned asset expenditures to external stakeholders
4. Identify which investment project to defer in case of funding or cash flow constraints
5. Have appropriate and effective asset data and information to support AM decision making
The didactic methodology is strongly orientated to the “training on the job”: it guarantees to the company a concrete feedback highly orientated to a practical application, with the development of immediately working solutions.
... IN OTHER WORDS
RAMS analysis (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety)
Teaching in English