TEG Risk offers two levels of Programme Management consulting.
1. Safety Programme Management
TEG Risk’s Programme Management service is the next step in implementing a consistent, efficient Machine Safety initiative. TEG Risk work on-site with your personnel to implement strategies that will ensure all aspects of safety management are addressed and that knowledge is transferred throughout the company. This includes safety leadership, management, planning, technical guidance, training, information management and communication.
2. Reliability Programme Management
Implementing a Machine Reliability Program is one of the most effective ways a company can ensure long-term machine performance in the most cost-effective manner. We aim to implement procedures that prevent your equipment from failing in the first place.
TEG Risk works on-site with your personnel to implement strategies that will minimise production downtime, stabilise or reduce costs, and maximise the lifespan of your equipment. We also help you to understand where your losses are and the processes to best address them.
TEG Risk’s machine reliability Programme Management goes beyond standard machine consultants. We ensure your entire company is up to speed by providing reliability leadership, management, planning, training, information management and communication.
Why Choose TEG Risk Program Management?
- Save money
- Boost production
- Task management
- Safety management
Programme Management is carried out over several stages. We begin by establishing the hierarchy of needs in each particular area or system of your site. We then provide the necessary mentoring and guidance your operations and maintenance personnel need to carry out the processes we recommend, and then assist them in executing a long-term improvement plan.
TEG Risk Will:
- Understand what you want from your business
- Analyse relevant data to create an overall picture of your site
- Prioritise the needs within your operation
- Develop a plan and the strategy for implementation
- Define the management, maintenance, reliability and operational requirements