Courses

Failure Analysis Methodology For Medium Voltage Vacuum Circuit Breakers
Distribution

3

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Overview:
TNB as a supply utility company need to guard and managed against major interruption of supply to customers due to internal causes such as faults .Due to lack or improper maintenances equipments tend to failed prematurely especially aggravated with high loading, aging, frequent operation etc.These failures sometime occurred with catastrophic results, causing long outage to customers and also high financial losses. As part of TNB’s continuous improvement process, these failures need to be thoroughly investigated in order to get to the root cause as to ensure that such an occurrence to be minimized. These course will highlight the methodology of “forensic “ and systematic investigation to be carried by the various  subject matter expertise groups  in finding the root cause or most probable causes of such failures .This course will be conducted at class room as well as at failure analysis lab where the damage characteristics and failure modes will be shown and assessment demonstrated in-situ.
Objective:
At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:
·         Determine primary failures during preliminary assessment at site.
·         Document the physical evidence by producing good photographs
·         Preserve the physical evidence / damaged parts without destroying important hints during power restoration work / station refurbishment work. Collect useful information / data from various parties and submit to TNBR for further laboratory examination.
·         Recognize common failure mechanisms such as arcing, ohmic heating, tracking, insulation failure, mechanical sluggishness etc.
·         Put up more strategic operation / maintenance plan. 
 

Target Participant: distribution o&m, & condition based monitoring
Duration: 3
Language: English, Malay

Factories And Machinery Act 1967
Power & Energy

3 Days

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Overview:
This course is designed to explain the basic fundamentals and important aspects of Factories and Machinery Act 1967 (FMA 1967). Participants will be guided in reviewing all the parts under FMA 1967 and some important regulations under this Act.

The training format is theoretical, where the participants will be actively involved in the class & discussion activities. Hence, it will increase their confidence level in utilizing this FMA 1967.

Participant will be taken through the vast experience of this act by the trainers. The emphasis is on participants continuing participation in ensuring the ultimate success of the course.
Objective:
After attending this course, participants will be able:

  • To secure the safety, health and welfare of persons at work against risks to safety and health arising out the activities of persons at work through obligation and practicing the Act and Regulations.
  • To protect workers at a place of work and others at work against risks to safety or health arising of the activities of persons at work.
  • To promote an occupational environment for persons at work which is adapted to their physiological and psychological needs.
  • To provide the means where by the associated Occupational Safety & Health legislations may be progressively replaced by a system of regulations and approved industry codes of practice operating in combination with the provisions of this Act designed to maintain or improve the standards of safety and Health.


for any enquiries please contact:

1. NAME: CHOOI WAI MUN
   Email: chooiwm@tnb.com.my

Target Participant: TNBG Executives and Non-Executives in Operation & Maintenance
Duration: 3 Days
Language: English, Malay

FA120: Fixed Asset Management
IT & Corporate System

2 Days

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Overview:
The course is designed to occupied participants with the knowledge of:

  • What are the key concepts in Asset Management
  • How Asset Management processes are carried out
  • Perform critical transaction related to Asset Management

The training format is theory and practical, where the participants will be actively involved in the class activities. Hence, it will increase their confidence level.
Objective:
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
  • Identify  the  data  structure  and  overall  process  flow  in  the module
  • Understand  the  integration  of  Asset  Management  module among other SAP modules
  • Understand the key concepts in Asset Management module
  • Understand the Processes involved in Asset Management
  • Perform critical transactions in Asset management

for any enquiries please contact:

1. Name: Sharizam Bin Saleh   
   Email: sharizams@tnb.com.my

2. Name: Zanzurina M. Nopiah   
   Email: zanzurinamn@tnb.com.my

Target Participant: Asset Manager, Finance Executive & Asset Clerk
Duration: 2 Days
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