TMS Tuesday: Airfield Ground Lighting Maintenance Best PracticeT
his is a two part seminar. Last month in Part 1 we focused on the building blocks of Airfield Lighting Maintenance Best Practice and how to develop best practice of airfield lighting, maintenance, processes and procedures for YOUR airports. Watch now: https://www.tmstrainingsolutions.com/webinar-thirty-one/
Join us for Part 2 of this seminar on Tuesday 30th May, 2023 at 2:00pm London time.
We will be exploring how an airside CMMS allows us to capture actions and measurements in real-time. A CMMS such as MALMS Engineer, will enable an airport to store and analyse all this information and built in artificial intelligence will determine probable future outcomes. This will enable you to determine your optimal maintenance strategy; your Best Practice for the future.
All these outcomes must deliver compliance with standards as defined by ICAO, FAA, EASA and your national bodies, and must be delivered effectively, efficiently and maximise runway availability. This can only be delivered if you have a well-designed and well-installed infrastructure in the first place. You must then have the tools and test equipment that are fit-for-purpose to harness the latest technology changes and competent people that are trained to follow the processes and procedures that have been developed based on performance based and predictive maintenance techniques.
In Part 2 of our seminar we will also be giving some real life examples covering case studies, such as:
How an airport decided to move from halogen to LED technologies using the information gathered using the building blocks explained in Part 1 of this seminar.
How an airport that was moving from traditional lenses to Sapphire coated lenses reached that decision and how effective it’s been.
What is the best periodicity for cleaning runway lights and what is the best way to clean them? How often should you perform photometric testing as part of your preventative maintenance regime?
Civils, when to do overlays? And on what basis do you make those decisions?
When to perform maintenance on your electrical infrastructure based on your circuit measurements. this Seminar we will discuss the maintenance of airfield ground lighting and recommended best practice to provide airports with the assurance that all their light fittings are being inspected and maintained in compliance with ICAO annex 14 to National and International Standards. A higher standard of runway maintenance will provide the means to demonstrate that an airport is operating safely.
When is it?
Tuesday 30th May, 2023 at 2:00pm London time.
This live webinar will last one hour including Q&A’s with our expert panelists, and registration is free here: http://www.malms.aero/tuesday
You can also catch up on Part 1 and all our past Webinars using the link below. Please let us know if there is a specific topic you would like us to consider covering in our future TMS Tuesdays.
Remember: You Cannot Manage What You Do Not Measure!