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Ifyouwantsomethingnew,
youhavetostop doing
somethingold. Thomas Edison
The industry has been summoned to respo...
Day One
Thursday 3rd
March 2016
0700	 Registration and coffee
0815 	 Opening and welcome remarks from the Chair
Robert Lan...
Day Two
Friday 4th
March 2016
0730 	 Registration and coffee
0820 	 Opening and welcome remarks from the Chair
Andrew Buch...
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  1. 1. conferences Ifyouwantsomethingnew, youhavetostop doing somethingold. Thomas Edison The industry has been summoned to respond to global competitive pressures, more complex market conditions and rapid technological change. What you need is a collaborative approach with a ‘smarter business and operational strategy’ that will get you the best bang for your buck. Melbourne, Australia 3rd & 4th March 2016 w Featuring Interactive Mini-Workshops On: Topic One How to engage staff to smoothen the transition process with businesses undertaking ‘Business’, ‘Organisational’ and ‘People’ changes Facilitated by: Ray Edwards Managing Director Corporate Partners Topic Two Refining your action plan for successful TPM implementation Facilitated by: Glenn Seaby Managing Director Efficiency Works Queensland President Association of Manufacturing Excellence Technical Committee for Total Plant Management 2016: Colin Duck Head of Gas Operations (Acting) AGL Colin Rymer Commercial Manager NSW Operations and Maintenance Transurban Dirk Crouse Regional Operations Excellence Manager Fonterra Robert Langford Engineering Manger Centennial Coal Betsy Kuo Director Sustainability and Performance Improvement, APAC Sealed Air Corporation Follow your own Agenda with a Choice of Two Streams during Breakout Sessions on day One: Stream One Business Performance Improvement Stream Two Optimising Maintenance for Production Efficiency Gain Insights and Best Practice Strategies and Techniques Including: • Breaking down the paradigm – focussing on ‘running performance’ than ‘failure performance’ • Aligning maintenance to the overall business objectives and priorities and analysing the value obtained from the money being spent on maintenance • Promoting cross functional collaboration between teams to cull out the disconnect and operational silos • Replacing knowledge loss with adequate systems, procedures and training for smooth continuity in business operations • Eliminating waste both functionally and operationally and creating incremental continuous improvement (CI) at a functional level • Reviewing data measured and audited to increase accuracy and effectiveness Total Plant Management 2016 7thAnnual Featuring Expert International and Regional Speakers: Sanjeev Gupta Director Manufacturing, Biscuits & Snacks, South East Asia Mondelēz International Wayne Angus General Manager Manufacturing Asahi Jay Dixit General Manager – Manufacturing & Distribution Gerard Lighting Will Day Director, Advanced Staining Instruments Leica Biosystems Andrew Buchan General Manager Technical and R&D Jamestrong Packaging AndrewHeleyNationalAssetManager Humes, LafargeHolcim Gavin Cuevas Operations Director Oceania Ali Farid Operational Excellence Manager, Oceania Givaudan Andre Olszewski Resins Operations Manager Qenos Gary McLay Branch Manager, Asset Systems Wannon Water Phillip Narezzi GeneralManagerO&M TechnicalExcellence(tobeconfirmed) Transfield Services SimonWebber BranchManager TechnicalAdvisoryServices&Standards Icon Water Early Bird & Group Discounts: Ask about our savings Solution Providing Partners:
  2. 2. Day One Thursday 3rd March 2016 0700 Registration and coffee 0815 Opening and welcome remarks from the Chair Robert Langford Engineering Manger Centennial Coal 0825 Meet and Greet: In this five minute session, delegates are encouraged to get to know their peers and exchange business cards 0830 Plenary One: Thinking beyond borders – Viability and competitiveness of your business in the global market In order to be truly competitive in this market, it is important to have answers to a few tough questions - Have we identified the needs of the customer and are we working on the right components of the business as a priority? Are our suppliers committed to help reduce business costs? Outsourcing vs. insourcing model? Do we have motivated and engaged high quality people to increase productivity and finally, where does automation fit in all of this? Sanjeev Gupta Director Manufacturing, Biscuits & Snacks, South East Asia Mondelēz International 0915 Plenary Two: How do you identify opportunities to implement lean, waste and quality improvements? Analysing the operations and current state of affairs within the plant environment, to help identify the low hanging fruits that can create efficiencies. What are the tools available to quantify and highlight these opportunities? Wayne Angus General Manager Manufacturing Operations Asahi 1000 Coffee and Networking Break 1030 Plenary Three: Managing plant to the optimum safety levels within the production requirements and cost constrains Safety, quality and compliance are getting a big focus due to the increasing regulatory pressures on business. But with the cost of compliance being high the important question is, what in safety is priority and what tools are out there? Qenos as a Major Hazards facility has at the core of its Safety management system a risk based approach to process safety. This is used to justify the required capital for the safety improvements which are viewed as fundamental to their license to operate. Andre Olszewski Resins Operations Manager Qenos 1115 Plenary Four: Adapt or Die – Leading edge engineering innovations and technological changes that demonstrate reduction in maintenance costs Reengineering your plant and systems towards more modern and effective equipment that will deliver improved reliability, availability and desired reduction in costs. 1200 Networking Luncheon Stream One: Business Performance Improvement 1255 Opening Remarks from the Chair Ray Edwards Managing Director Corporate Partners 1300 Driving transparency and productivity improvement with OEE • Interpreting the value of OEE and what does a 100% OEE score truly mean? • How do you calculate OEE to increase overall efficiency and reduce downtime? • Breaking down elements of OEE to understandable KPI’s for the different contributing teams • Optimising the elements of OEE to improve the overall cost competitiveness Ali Farid Operational Excellence Manager, Oceania Givaudan 1345 Focussing data on management systems around reliability analysis, problem solving and statistical modelling • Inputting quality data to ensure usability, meaningfulness and continuity • Extracting relevant data to evaluate, monitor, measure and plan your corrective actions • Howdoyouusedatatocreatedashboardsandbenchmarkinternallyandexternally? • Right information at the right time - pointing in the direction of preventive work to be undertaken • Using data to measure performance against key business drivers and objectives to be achieved 1430 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking Break 1500 w Mini-Workshop: How to engage staff to smoothen the transition process with businesses undertaking ‘Business’, ‘Organisational’ and ‘People’ changes The workshop will be delivered ‘World Café Style’. The “World Café” is a structured conversational process intended to facilitate open discussion and link ideas within a larger group to access the “collective intelligence” in the room Business and Economic Changes: • Predicting market scenarios and adapting to the changing business environment • Using business intelligence systems to improve productivity Organisational and Engineering Changes: • Having systems and processes in place to support engineering changes and decision making • Preventing temporary fixes from turning into permanent changes • Adopting technology to enable responsiveness and internal change People Changes: • Filling knowledge gap - Clarity on the knowledge transfer and succession planning process incase of people changes • Balancing ageing workforce and incoming millennia’s • Moving towards 24*7 environment - Incorporating maintenance and managing changing expectations Ray Edwards Managing Director Corporate Partners 1630 Closing remarks by the Chair Stream Two: Optimising Maintenance for Production Efficiency 1255 Opening Remarks from the Chair 1300 Don’t waste money you are already spending! Formulating a maintenance strategy with a Business Centred Approach • It’s all about the PROFIT - Making plant maintenance a part of business excellence to achieve your business goals • Tying in various facets of production, maintenance and capital strategy to get optimum result and availability • Broadening your locus to build maintenance systems with a business focus and restricting maintenance to value-adding activities to the business • Filling the OEM gap - creating an engineering centre of excellence through developing, building and retaining intelligence in-house Phillip Narezzi General Manager O&M Technical Excellence Transfield Services 1345 Not an optional extra - Reducing your maintenance and factory cost with Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) • BuildingyourknowledgeonRCMandstayingcommittedtoabest-practiceapproach • Making the function dynamic – how can reliability lend itself to adaptability in this environment? • Equipping yourself with tools to make the right decision on type of maintenance required • Determining and choosing the right combination of maintenance regimes • Proving the ROI in terms of increased reliability and lower cost per unit to overcome issues of budget allocation 1430 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking Break 1500 w Mini-Workshop: Refining your action plan for successful TPM implementation “We tried TPM but it didn’t work as well as we thought it would”. This workshop provides an opportunity to explore why TPM doesn’t always produce the results that were expected. What do we need to successfully implement? What does success look like? What are the obstacles and what should be our next steps? This workshop will explore these questions to crystallise our aims and understand the barriers that have led to disappointment as well as the techniques and practices that others have used for success. This facilitated workshop utilises the experience of the group combined with some expert knowledge to build a TPM implementation framework that will produce results. Glenn Seaby Managing Director Efficiency Works Queensland President Association of Manufacturing Excellence 1630 Closing remarks by the Chair Booking Line: Sharon Chew Tel.: +603 2723 6757 Fax: +61 (2) 8088 6090 Email: SharonC@marcusevanskl.com
  3. 3. Day Two Friday 4th March 2016 0730 Registration and coffee 0820 Opening and welcome remarks from the Chair Andrew Buchan General Manager Technical and R&D Jamestrong Packaging 0825 Rapid Re-cap: In this five-minute session, delegates are encouraged to discuss and summarise key take-aways/points learned from day one of the conference 0830 It’s possible! – achieving the twin goal of increasing productivity while reducing your costs • When is the right time to undertake a cost savings project in management of your assets? • Stabilising the day-to-day maintenance and operating processes to optimise efficiencies • Engaging your workforce in the asset management and cost reduction plans • Linking safety, process safety and environmental management with production Colin Duck Head of Gas Operations (Acting) AGL 0915 Business case development to secure investments for capital projects • Balancing the cost, risk and performance triangle to gain management buy-in • Building capabilities on engaging with the CFO and presenting ideas that generate support for plant improvement • Having quality cost data that will help translate your engineering needs into financial parlance Andrew Heley National Asset Manager Humes, LafargeHolcim 1000 Coffee and Networking Break 1030 p Thought Leaders Dialogue and Panel Discussion: Sustainable spend vs. Survival spend While it is always possible to cut costs immediately with quick-win tactics, the larger and longer advantage results from making substantial changes to the business and operating models. Talk 1 How do you challenge your cost structure to achieve the most cost- effective outcomes? Betsy Kuo Director Sustainability and Performance Improvement, APAC Sealed Air Corporation Talk 2 Gaining more leverage in supplier relationship to ensure value creation Will Day Director, Advanced Staining Instruments Leica Biosystems Talk 3 Establishing a culture that constantly challenges the existing cost base and rewarding employees who overcome barriers to meet the cost targets Gavin Cuevas Operations Director Oceania Givadaun This will be followed by a panel discussion on “How to drive CI and efficiency in your business with limited budgets?” 1200 Networking Luncheon 1300 Implementing a comprehensive competency assurance program for a smart and agile workforce • How do you assess if people are competent for their role? • Upskilling existing workforce to cope with the rundown in technical skills • Hiring quality personnel and testing for skill and behaviour • Developing skill matrixes with rating systems that translate into training programs • Empowering your workforce with the right information to weigh the risk of their actions and its outcomes Simon Webber Branch Manager Technical Advisory Services & Standards Icon Water 1345 Synergising production, maintenance and operations in the management of resources and making it work! • Embedding and managing a true performance culture with shared KPI’s, responsibilities and accountability • Creating efficiencies in planning, scheduling and work management to maximise standardisation, flexibility and resource availability • Implementing rating systems to assess the effectiveness of the teamwork • Going beyond the lip service - connecting planning with people and process Jay Dixit General Manager – Manufacturing & Distribution Gerard Lighting 1430 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking Break 1500 r Presentation and Roundtable Discussions: In this final session, speakers will deliver a short 20 min presentation on each of the following topics, followed by facilitation of round-table discussions where delegates will be broken group into 3 groups to discuss and exchange best practises on one of the following issues Presentation and Round-Table One Planning your plant renewal and asset replacement program • Million dollar question – when is the right time to renew the plant? • Studying the conditioning of plants to strengthen asset lifecycle program and estimate the end of life • Project scoping with the input from operations and maintenance to put together an effective renewal program • Gaining management buy-in on the replacement program Gary McLay Branch Manager, Asset Systems Wannon Water Presentation and Round-Table Two How to get senior management to be more supportive of improvement/ change initiatives and implement them in reasonable speed? • Creating transparency on a peer to peer basis, on their role in leading the change • Educating management on the fundamentals to breakdown and simplify their vision for improvement • Ensuring communication and decisions are in line with the set objectives • Promoting visible and active support of change programmes across the management and plant level Ray Edwards Managing Director Corporate Partners Presentation and Round-Table Three Mastering the art of managing upwards to motivate leaders and bring alignment to operational plans With several layers of middle management and stakeholders trying to push their own agenda, operational alignment is only possible with effective negotiation to break down the silos and unify the several different business plans into one. Andrew Buchan General Manager Technical and R&D Jamestrong Packaging 1630 Closing remarks by the Chair Why you Cannot Miss this Event: We are seeing a sharp decline in manufacturing investment from a peak of $14.4 billion in 2005/06 to $8.8 billion in 2013/14. This is the lowest level in 12 years, as profit margins fall behind other sectors, at a time when global opportunities are at their greatest. The current economic environment is forcing all business leaders to question themselves as to, ‘Are they working on the right part of the business as a priority?’, ‘Have they looked at the needs of the customer?’ etc. Management of plants and assets is accompanied with its innumerable and often competing demands of prioritising work, skills and resources. Whilst initiatives like lean, 5s, six sigma have been in existence for a while, failure in deployment is one of the key problems in all these strategies. What you need is authentic leadership as against assumed leadership that can ensure continuous improvement and lead the business on the way to recovery, growth and success! 7th Annual Total Plant Management conference this year with the input of an expert technical committee will bring answers to some of your most pressing challenges be it data, asset, cost or resource management, all under one umbrella. Thoroughly researched with senior management professionals across various disciplines of manufacturing, operations, production and engineering, this event guarantees you a deep dive into strategic and technical issues of plant and asset management. Who Should Attend: COO, VPs, Directors, GMs, Managers, Heads, Superintendents, Supervisors, Engineers, and Technicians of: From: • Manufacturing • Engineering and Technical • Plant and Site Management • Maintenance and Reliability • Production and Operations • Asset Management • Operational Excellence / Continuous Improvement • Process Engineering / Industrial Engineering • Plant Services / Critical Support Systems Management • Planning/Scheduling • Food and Beverage • Power and Utilities • Manufacturing • Transport and Storage • Logistics and Supply Chain • Construction • Pharma and Health • Government and Defence • Facilities Management • Infrastructure • Engineering Services • Mining / Quarry • Utilities • Oil and Gas • Chemicals • Services • Any other relevant industry Booking Line: Sharon Chew Tel.: +603 2723 6757 Fax: +61 (2) 8088 6090 Email: SharonC@marcusevanskl.com
  4. 4. Our Business Partner Solution Providing Partners: Corporate Partners is a business improvement consultancy that exists to help organisations to drive efficiency through best practice in business processes and leveraging Human Capital. Central to our business transformation methodology is Lean Manufacturing. We offer much more than Lean techniques however, we focus on aligning your corporate goals with organisational capabilities as well as driving efficiency. Corporate Partners is also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that provides nationally accredited training in Competitive Systems & Practices. The program covers Manufacturing/Supply Chain excellence skills including mentoring and coaching staff in applying Lean best practice. If you’d like to know more visit our website www.corporatepartners.com.au UXC Oxygen is the SAP solutions and Cloud company. UXC Oxygen’s key point of difference is its ability to deliver a complete lifecycle of SAP solutions including software, industry solutions, consulting, support and maintenance. UXC Oxygen’s 350+ highly-skilled and experienced consultants work collaboratively with customers to improve their use of SAP technology and solutions. UXC Oxygen is a certified SAP services partner, a Gold SAP Channel partner and an SAP Partner CentreofExpertise(PCoE),BO.UXC Oxygenis aconsistent winnerofSAP‘Best Implementation’ awards. In 2013, UXC Oxygen was the most awarded partner in the ANZ region. Media Partners: Inspectioneering is your trusted source for information related to asset integrity management in the O&G, Chemical, and Petrochemical industries. Since 1995, Inspectioneering has dedicated itself to helping engineers and inspection professionals around the world keep their assets operating safely and reliably. Learn more at www. inspectioneering.com. “Manufacturing-Journal” is industry-focused International business magazine. Surveys demonstrate that is required reading for top managers across the whole spectrum of international manufacturing industry and in all major European countries. It’s this diversity in depth that makes “Manufacturing-Journal” the forum of choice for international companies in so many fields. So, when major corporations throught the Continent have a story to tell, time and again they choose “Manufacturing-Journal” to tell it. www.manufacturing-journal.net Testimonials from past Total Plant Management Events: A varied choice of guest speakers from multiply industries Sydney Trains Bringing Industrial Experts providing tailored and cutting edge solution to issues PNG Defence Excellent focus on every level Parmalat Inspirational and plenary speakers were good. Overall conference was we run and executed ANZ Sealed Air Corporation Lean Manufacturing Norco Foods Good knowledgeable speakers and round table sessions Unilever Well organised and interesting topics that gave me some great tips to use in my business Santos It was a very well organised event with excellent speakers that kept the audience engaged because of the substance of their presentations Orica About the Interactive Workshop Facilitators: Ray Edwards Managing Director Corporate Partners Ray has more than 25 years of corporate experience, and has held senior management positions in a variety of organisations. Ray understands the issues that impede profit growth and knows how to overcome them. After a long career with Amcor, Ray formed Corporate Partners, a Business Improvement Consultancy, in 2002. Ray and his team have been using a unique approach to Lean Manufacturing to assist some of Australia’s most recognisable brands to evolve and transform. The key focus for a sustainable outcome is the engagement of all staff and the development of quality leadership. Their client list includes: Glenn Seaby Managing Director Efficiency Works Queensland President Association of Manufacturing Excellence Glenn leads corporate teams towards their business improvement goals. These goals are largely achieved through the application of Lean techniques. Glenn’s experience comes from the range of management and engineering positions he has held and is coupled with a Masters degree in Advanced Manufacturing Technology. Previous to Efficiency Works he managed the consulting group at QMI Solutions and worked with Ford Motor Company. Their client list includes: • Capral • Trisco Foods • Downer EDI Rail • Bluescope Lysaght • Budaberg Sugar • Alsco • Weston Cereal Industries • Gekko • SUNENG Australia • Iplex Pipelines • Hyne Timber • Chess Engineering • Coregas • Arnotts • Mauri ANZ • GWF • Schweppes • Arrow Energey • Brisbane City Council • Brickworks • Austral Precast • Austral Masonry • Orrcon • Humes • Bristile • Joy Global • Stoddart Manufacturing • Bundaberg Brewed Drinks • KR Castlemaine (Including Hans) marcus evanswould like to thank everyone who has helped with the research and organisation of this event, particularly the speakers and their staff for their support and commitment. Business Development Opportunities: Does your company have services, solutions or technologies that the conference delegates would benefit from knowing about? If so, you can find out more about the exhibiting, networking and branding opportunities available by contacting: Sharon Chew, Media & PR Coordinator, marcus evans Malaysia Tel: +603 2723 6757, E-Mail: SharonC@marcusevanskl.com

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