• Prevent cross contamination after or during a factory reform
  • Face a factory remodeling
  • Do not affect the Environmental Monitoring program
  • Improve line productivity
  • Includes real practice sessions in the course


Specially designed for the maintenance and engineering team with the purpose of providing technical knowledge and tools for the implementation and compliance of good maintenance practices, as well as strengthening its annual preventive maintenance program through the exchange of best practices modeled on plants located in the United States and Europe.


-Impact of sanitary design reforms on Safety.

-Role of the project team and contractors

-Associated risks versus planned and unplanned activities.

-Role of planning and training of contractors.

-Construction zones marked according to American regulation.

-Product zone protection

-Lubrication, Leaks, Parts Storage, Temporary repairs, metals used in the reform.

-Preventive vs. Predictive Maintenance Program

-Application of continuous improvement to improve maintenance processes (TPM) for the benefit of line efficiencies.

-Preventive Maintenance aligned with Autonomous Maintenance

-Impact on product quality – How to avoid nonconforming product!

-The participant receives a diploma for their full attendance at the session.

-Proof of work skills DC-3 (STPS)

  • Time

8 hours

  • Schedule

Day 1: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

* Consult place and date of availability


This is a course with an 8-hour session designed exclusively for personnel working in the maintenance area and who will learn the best techniques used in plants in the United States and Europe on how to care for the areas that will be subject to reform within the factory avoiding cross contamination and non-alteration of the results of environmental monitoring.

Suggested to

  • Maintenance
  • Engineering
  • Production Supervisors
  • Managers and Heads of Quality and Safety
  • Building contractors in the food industry

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