Seminar on Equipment and Tool Health Management for Productivity Improvement

26/03/2015- 26/03/2015

Under the initiative of ASPRI Productivity Committee (APC) and on behalf of Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), we would like to invite members to attend the Seminar on Equipment and Tool Health Management for Productivity Improvement.

In this seminar, participants would be able to understand the basic concept of effective maintenance, case studies and system technologies for equipment health management to improve productivity.

Seminar on Equipment and Tool Health Management for Productivity Improvement
26 March 2015, Thursday
2.30pm – 5.00pm
Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech)
SIMTech Training Rooms 1, Level 3, TOWER Block, 71 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 638075


This seminar is an introduction on Equipment and Tool Health Management System (ETHMS) which helps companies maximise the availability of their high value equipment including machines, tools, and facilities. To enhance the competiveness of SMEs, especially in engineering service, construction and a high value equipment manufacturing environment, the effective Equipment and Tool Health Management System will help companies to reduce equipment  downtime, breakdown cost and maintenance cost with better management of their maintenance activities and provide accurate diagnosis of equipment issues.   

2.30pm Registration
2.45pm Welcome and Introduction on MPTC in SIMTech by Mr Wong Ming Mao, Deputy Director, MPTC
3.00pm Presentation on SIMTech ETHM by Dr Luo Ming
4.00pm Roundtable Discussion
4.30pm Coffee break & Networking 
5.00pm End

Who Should Attend

Senior Management, Operations and Maintenance Managers from the Biomedical Manufacturing, Chemicals, Electronics, Precision and Transport Engineering, Construction and Engineering Service.

For online registration, please click here.

Registration is complimentary and to qualify for complimentary seats, please indicate “A member of ASPRI” besides your company name. Do register fast as seats are limited and confirmation is on first-come-first-served basis. 

For further enquiries, please feel free to contact Dr Luo Ming at 6793 8270 or email to

We look forward to your participation.