[one_full last=”yes” spacing=”yes” center_content=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” hover_type=”none” link=”” border_position=”all” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” padding=”” margin_top=”20″ margin_bottom=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ animation_offset=”” class=”” id=””][title size=”1″ content_align=”left” style_type=”default” sep_color=”” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””]Services[/title][/one_full][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”15″ bottom_margin=”15″ sep_color=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”” class=”” id=””][accordian divider_line=”” class=”” id=””][toggle title=”Business Case and Strategy” open=”yes”]A business case captures the reasoning for initiating a project or task. It may be in the form of a well-structured written document or sometimes comes in the form of a short verbal agreement or presentation. A compelling business case adequately captures both the quantifiable and unquantifiable characteristics of a proposed project.
Business cases are created to help decision makers ensure that:
– The proposed initiative will have value and relative priority compared to alternative initiatives.
– The firm has the capability to deliver the benefits.
– Dedicated resources are working on the highest value opportunities.
– Projects with interdependencies are undertaken in the optimum sequence.
– The performance of initiatives is monitored objectively based on the objectives and expected benefits laid out in the business case.
Strategic management analyses the major initiatives taken by a company‘s top management on behalf of owners, involving resources and performance in external environments. It entails specifying the organisation‘s mission, vision and objectives, developing policies and plans, often in terms of projects and programmes which are designed to achieve these objectives, and then allocating resources to implement the policies and plans, projects and programmes.[/toggle][toggle title=”Maintenance Planning and Execution” open=”no”]Summit Rock Consulting believes that ensuring a high availability of objects in the long term is an important part of plant maintenance. It is imperative to avoid system breakdowns or the breakdown of other objects, which – in addition to the repair costs – often result in much higher costs and numerous other subsequent problems owing to production breakdown.
Maintenance planning is conducted to evolve and establish requirements and tasks to be accomplished for achieving, restoring and maintaining the operational capability for the life of the system.[/toggle][toggle title=”Design, Fabrication, Manufacturing and Commissioning of Engineered Products” open=”no”]Summit Rock Consulting possesses all the design know-how and experience in delivering maintenance specific support and utility vehicles such as lubrication units, diesel and water tankers and specialised mobile containers that are used as offices, tool stores and training facilities.[/toggle][toggle title=”Parts Services” open=”no”]Including storage and dispatch[/toggle][toggle title=”Quality Control” open=”no”]Summit Rock Consulting’s approach to quality control places an emphasis on three aspects:
- Elements such as controls, job management, defined and well managed processes, performance and integrity criteria, and identification of records.
- Competence such as knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications.
- Soft elements such as personnel, integrity, confidence, organisational culture, motivation, team spirit and quality relationships.
[/toggle][toggle title=”Business Performance Improvement” open=”no”]Business performance improvement is the concept of measuring the output of a particular process or procedure, then modifying the process or procedure to increase the output, increase efficiency, or increase the effectiveness of the process or procedure.
The primary goals of organisational improvement are to increase organisational effectiveness and efficiency to improve the ability of the organisation to deliver goods and/or services. A third area sometimes targeted for improvement is organisational efficacy, which involves the process of setting organisational goals and objectives.[/toggle][toggle title=”Erection, Assembly and Commissioning” open=”no”]Large machinery cannot be shipped in completely assembled condition due to limitations of transportation and packing. Erection of equipment includes placing the equipment on its foundation, complete assembly (assembly of items or sub-assemblies supplied loose), mechanical and electrical interconnecting of equipment, fitting of any extra instruments or devices, and completion of control and power circuits. Once the equipment is erected it needs to be commissioned, which comprises the integrated application of a set of engineering techniques and procedures to check, inspect and test every operation component.[/toggle][/accordian][separator style_type=”none” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”20″ sep_color=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”” class=”” id=””]