Without ex­cep­tion, the very best learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for en­gi­neers in NZ

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - NMEC -

As a pro­fes­sional Main­te­nance Engi­neer, you keep the ma­chin­ery of our coun­try work­ing while you con­stantly strive to im­prove your plant up-time, re­duce un­planned down-time, re­duce plant op­er­at­ing costs, in­crease ef­fi­ciency and im­prove pro­duc­tiv­ity.

“Here at the Main­te­nance En­gi­neer­ing So­ci­ety of NZ, we share your pas­sion”, said Barry Robin­son the Pres­i­dent of MESNZ. “We are com­mit­ted to help­ing grow good main­te­nance pro­fes­sion­als by ad­vis­ing, men­tor­ing, train­ing, and con­nect­ing en­gi­neers of all lev­els – from ap­pren­tices to plant own­ers.”

Many plants bat­tle with the same prob­lems, and it is so waste­ful to learn ex­pen­sive lessons that other or­gan­i­sa­tions have al­ready learned.

“At MESNZ we can help them to help you,” Robin­son added. “By con­nect­ing you with other en­gi­neers and tech­ni­cal ex­perts your plant could im­prove per­for­mance, save re­sources, re­duce bud­gets and achieve real ben­e­fits at min­i­mal in­vest­ment.”

The Na­tional Main­te­nance En­gi­neer­ing Con­fer­ence (NMEC 2017) is without ex­cep­tion the very best prac­ti­cal and real learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for en­gi­neers in New Zealand.

“Ev­ery­one loves to learn and grow, and by con­nect­ing you and your en­gi­neers to a wealth of knowl­edge, ex­pe­ri­ence and train­ing your plant will im­me­di­ately ben­e­fit from in­creased en­gage­ment and ap­pli­ca­tion of learn­ing. And NMEC is very, very cost ef­fec­tive pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment – is pre­mium qual­ity event, but it is run by MESNZ vol­un­teers who are mad about im­prov­ing pro­duc­tiv­ity for New Zealand.”.

“The pro­gramme for 2017 has just been an­nounced with high qual­ity speak­ers and a wide va­ri­ety of top­ics that are go­ing to chal­lenge and ab­sorb par­tic­i­pants. Take a look at this line- up, there is some­thing that will di­rectly ben­e­fits ev­ery main­te­nance engi­neer in New Zealand.

• Lean Main­te­nance.

• Com­plete Shut Man­age­ment.

• En­gi­neer­ing the ex­oskele­ton – from aliens to me­chan­i­cally-en­hanced hu­mans.

• How to pro­tect your busi­ness from coun­ter­feit and poor- qual­ity ma­te­ri­als.

• H&S made sim­ple, log­i­cal and real. How not be drawn into the

‘smoke and mir­rors’ gravy train of the H&S in­dus­try.

• Fil­tra­tion and meet­ing the Food Safety Stan­dards.

• Main-stream­ing of full-strength metal 3D- printed com­po­nents in New Zealand.

• Women make great en­gi­neers – but where are they?

• The fu­ture of Safety Re­port­ing on the shop floor.

• Se­ri­ous Stress Rais­ers – how the life of steel is af­fected by what you do it.

• Fail­ure anal­y­sis case stud­ies

• Ma­chines live and die by lu­bri­ca­tion – how to get it right.

• Ma­chine tool align­ment.

• Com­pressed air and steam es­sen­tials.

• In­su­la­tion break­down in elec­tri­cal ma­chines.

• PLC’s – don’t get caught out when they fail.

• Com­mon myths about Vari­able Speed Drives.

MESNZ and NMEC – help­ing com­pa­nies and en­gi­neers with what­ever they need to achieve con­stant im­prove­ment across ev­ery sin­gle as­pect of their plant.

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