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MAINTAINING

TRAINING
FACILITIES
Prepared by: Jessie R.
.Silvestre

TRAINING
FACILITIES AND
EQUIPMENTS

TRAINING FACILITIES

Are structures provided for


learning purposes. Training
facilities include classrooms,
workshops, laboratory, library
and utilities such as lighting ,
water, drainage and sewage, as
required in carrying out the
transfer of knowledge and skills.

1. Practical Work Area

This area is where the trainee


acquires the skills and
knowledge components of
the competencies prescribed
by the standard.

2.Learning Resource Center

This area is proximate to the


heart.- the practical work
area. This area provides the
trainee with the knowledge
requirements in the various
modules responding to the
competencies.

3. Institutional Assessment Area

It is locates very proximate to


the practical work area. This
is where recognition of prior
learning is done by the
trainer.

4. Contextual Learning Laboratory

This facility ensures that the


underpinning knowledge, the
science, mathematics and
communication principles as
applied to the technology are
provided to the trainee.

5. Quality Control

Various tests aside from


metrology and calibration are
conducted in this area including
in-process quality control. Here,
finished products generated from
training are scrutinized if
standards or requirements are
met.

6. Trainers Resource Area

This area houses the


learning materials, the
training regulations and
curriculum exemplars.

7. Distance Learning Area

One major issue of TVET is


accessibility. This is the major
objective of this componentenhance accessibility of TVET.

8. Computer Laboratory

This area depicts the physical


change in the delivery- the
use of information
technology.

MAINTENANCE

Is an excellent means of
improving the performance
and condition of equipments
and facilities.

Factors contributing to the rapidly growing


interest in maintenance are:

1.Technological Development
2. Increasingly expensive raw
materials
3.Greater complication

4. Increased fixed costs


5. Reduced delayed activities and
eradicate uncompleted work
6. Environmental concern

Why maintain?
General Objective:
To keep the optimum condition of
physical facilities at acceptable
levels and minimum cost to
satisfy the expected of
programs , services and activities
at acceptable and minimum
costs.

Specific Objectives:
To extend the useful life of
physical facilities
To assure the operational
readiness of installed equipment
and maximum possible return of
investment
To properly discard hazardous
wastes
To ensure the safety of personnel

What can we gain from maintaining our


facilities?

Ensure SAFE environment


Improved MORALE of human
resources
Reduced operational COST
Increased PRODUCTION
Prolonged LIFE facilities
Prompt DELIVERY of services/product
WASTE/Garbage reduction

Who are involved?

Who will manage the activities?

Who will monitor and evaluate


the operations?

Who will prepare the


maintenance schedule?

Who will implement the


program?
Who will keep the records?
Who will conduct the inspection?
Who will certify and accept the
work?
Who will prepare the work?

What, Where, When?

What routine actions must be


done to keep the device on
working order?

Where is the maintenance


activity to be carried out?
When do you perform the
maintenance activities?

How to maintain?
Manpower
Money (Financial Resources)
Methods and System
Machines (Facilities)
Materials and Supplies

Maintenance Program

Is a comprehensive list of
maintenance and its
incidents.

Maintenance Schedule
Is a list allocating specific
maintenance of an area,
including equipment and
tools to a specific period.
The maintenance schedule is
just a part of the
maintenance program.

Equipment Maintenance
Schedule

Is the equipment
maintenance inspection
checklist. The checklist will
confirm if the maintenance
activities have been
performed in order to prolong
the life of this particular
equipment or workshop.

QUALITY
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM

QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Is a method of ensuring that all the


activities necessary to design, develop
and implement a product or service
are effective with respect to the
system and its performance quality
management can be considered to
have 3 main components-quality
control, quality assurance and
quality improvement.

The Quality Management


Cycle
PLAN

PLAN

DO

IMPLEMENT

CHECK

ASSESS/COR
RECT

ACT

SUSTAIN

5S HOUSE
KEEPING SYSTEMS

SEIRI (SORT)
TIDINESS, ORGANIZATION
Talking out and disposing

of unnecessary items.
Unneeded items are
thrown away or disposed

SEITON (SYSTEMATIZE)
ORDERLINESS: Tools,
equipment, and materials
must be systematically
arranged for the easiest and
most efficient access.
Arrangement/Organization of
necessary items in good order

SEISO (SWEEP)
CLEANLINESS: Cleaning even
if things are NOT DIRTY. A
regular cleaning schedule
prevents things from getting
too dirty that it would be
difficult to making it clean and
span.

SEIKETSU (STANDARDIZE)
STANDARDS: Maintaining the
workplace in high standard
housekeeping.
Allows for control and
consistency. Basic
housekeeping standard apply
everywhere in the facility.

Shitsuke (self- discipline)

Doing things spontaneously without


having to be told.
Maintaining standards.

Housekeeping Standard Checklist:

Remember that thoroughness


is a requirement for
EXCELLENCE.
EVALUATE work station
according to housekeeping
standard checklist.
IMPLEMENT a periodic
clean-up schedule; and an

SHITSUKE (SELF-DISCIPLINE)
SUSTAINING DISCIPLINE:
Doing things spontaneously
without having to be told.
Teaching by doing
Refers to maintaining
standards and keeping the
facility in safe and efficient
order day after day, year after

Safety

As defined may be
freedom from danger
injury or damage, as well
as security, are integral
parts of the housekeeping
system.

OCCUPATIONAL
HEALTH AND SAFETY

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (OHS

Is a cross-disciplinary area
concerned with protecting the
safety, health and welfare of
people engaged in work or
employment.
The goal of all occupational safety
and health programs s to foster a
safe working environment.

WASTE
MANAGEMENT

Waste Management

Is the collection, transport,


processing, recycling or
disposal of waste
materials, usually ones by
human activity, in an effort
to reduce their effect on
human health or local

Presidential Decree (PD) 1152

The Philippines
Environmental Code,
which took effect in 1997,
provides a basis for an
integrated waste
management regulation
starting from waste source

Environmental Impact Assessment


Presidential Decree (PD) 1586:
Philippine Environmental Impact
Statement System (PEIS). The
law that requires that all agencies
and instrumentalities of the
government owned and controlled
corporation as well as private
corporations, firms and entities must
prepare environmental impact
statement for every proposed project

Air Quality Management


Republic Act (RA)
8749:Philippine Clean Air
Act (PCAA) of 1999- The
law that provides a
comprehensive air pollution
control policy.

Water Quality Management


RA 9275: The Philippine
Clean Water Act of 2004The law that provides
comprehensive water
pollution control policy.

Hazardous Substances and Waste


Management

RA 6969: Philippine Toxic


Substances (PTCHNWA)-This
act mandates the regulation,
restriction, or prohibition of the
importation, manufacture,
processing sale, distribution, use
and disposal of chemical
substances and mixtures present
unreasonable risk and/or injury

Types of Maintenance
Condition-based

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