Fri, 27 Nov|
Online Training Program
Industrial Pumps: Life-line of Industry
Learn from the expert.
Time & Location
27-Nov-2020, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm IST
Online Training Program
About the Event
Now that COVID-19 lockdown is being relaxed, industries are gradually preparing to start their operations after a long, forced shutdown. With all manufacturing activities shutdown, the economy has also come to a grinding halt. It is now expected of engineers that we achieve the full capacity at the earliest. While workplace safety of Men & Machines is now more critical than ever we cannot afford to have Failures and Breakdowns of critical assets like pumps as it will have a grave impact on the bottom line of the industry.
The “Pump” has the same place in an industry as that of a heart in a human body. It is every company's lifeline and it's continued availability ensures the survival of the Industry.
In today's industrial world, the profitability of any modern-day process industry to a very great extent depends upon, the reliability of its pumps along with other critical equipment.
View foregoing Industries across the country need to be very vigilant and adapt to the “new normal” for survival. We have to review and revisit traditional pump maintenance practices as also re-skill and up-skill our workforce. This seminar is a huge step in this direction as it will train and retrain the participants in maintaining it's vital assets more efficiently and economically.
The program will help the participants in ensuring sustained availability of all types of pumps in all types of service remain in top operating condition with efficient performance.
Who Should Attend?
Plant Managers/Engineers, Consulting Managers/Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Instrumentation Technicians, Pump Operators and Process Engineers, Project Designers, Users Industries like Power Plants, Fertilizers, Chemical & Petrochemical Plants, Reﬁneries, Water Sourcing &Distribution Companies, Research Institutions, &Contracting agencies and Experts will discuss many technical issues of this equipment based on their in-depth understanding of this equipment & sharing their experiences in Industries both in India & abroad. Participants may even get guidance to solve some of their current problems.
About The Faculty – Mr. Bawa T P Singh
Mr. Bawa's career conspectus is over 50 + years. During his tenure as a dedicated hands-on Mechanical Engineer he had mostly senior-level assignments in as Chief Engineer, Rotating Equipment Adviser, , Chief Technical Executive Operations & Annual Turn Around Down Planner & Coordinator, of various small scale / Medium scale & Large scale Petrochemical Industries, Projects (Infrastructural Facilities & Offsite) with prior experience in a Steel Plant.
He is a dynamic professional with rich experience in, Selection, Erection & Commissioning, Operations & Maintenance including Mega Shut Down Management, He is highly proﬁcient in handling ﬁeld operations & accountable for quality service & timely completion of the projects of Value US $ 1.4 Billion, as Vice President-Projects and setting up of a grass-root project of BOPP ﬁlms as Chief Technical Executive in a joint venture of NOCIL. He also has hands-on experience in overseeing total operations of Plastics Products Business Units, including all India Market Network for HDPE pipes & HDPE specials, etc. as a “Sr. Vice President”.
While growing up the career ladder he got intense exposure and expertise in managing Maintenance Engineering, Project Engineering, Workshops, Rotary Equipment and Operations for reducing breakdown/downtime & enhancing operational effectiveness of plant's Rotating equipment like Pumps, Compressors etc.
Mr.Bawa possesses knowledge of PERT/CPM, ASTM, TEMA ISO, API& other standards and carried-out various activities & execution of projects etc. He is an enterprising leader with proven dexterity in leading and directing personnel towards the accomplishment of a common goal. He is an effective communicator with excellent relationship management skills and strong analytical, leadership, decision making, problem solving & organizational abilities. His weakness is “Unrelenting in Quality of Output for Self and Others”.
Overseas Assignment: Deputed to Nigeria as Chief Shut Down Coordinator and to Oman for Reﬁnery Shut Down as Engineering Coordinator.
He was in Algiers for a period of three months on behalf of Engineers India Ltd., to study & troubleshoot the problems in a PVC plant. He has visited Australia, Abu Dhabi, on various Training assignments.
E-certificate of participation will be given on successful –
- completion of the course;
- submission of feedback;
- complete payment of course fee
REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES: Full access to the event. CANCELLATIONS: Fees once paid is non-refundable and non-transferrable under any circumstances. Delegate substitutes are welcome at any time at no extra cost.