A key component of production cost is maintenance and the key role of maintenance is to guarantee the reliability of the production. The crucial element for ensuring that maintenance is cost effectively delivered, is the planning and scheduling of maintenance tasks. Given the huge impact maintenance management can have on production output, as well as the increasing tendency for maintenance departments to be asked to do “more with less”, it is essential that maintenance professionals strive towards the implementation of best practices in maintenance planning. Many studies have shown that reactive maintenance correlates strongly with poor plant or facility performance. Yet many companies are still operating in this fire-fighting mode.
A proactive approach means that we regain control of the work we do and it’s timing. This leads to improved safety and availability. This course provides a methodology for: pre-planning routine maintenance tasks generated by predictive and preventive maintenance programs, planning tasks to recover from malfunction or breakdown and a strategy to allow us to cope with random failure. The course will cover the essential steps we need to take to plan and schedule our maintenance work properly. That will help maximise the proactive content and further our goal of achieving best-in-class performance.
Justify why we do maintenance
Investigate what work we need to do
Examine the criteria for determining timing
What is Maintenance Planning?
Urgent vs Important
Qualitative & Quantitative Risk
Tools for Criticality
Backlog & Priorities
Data and CMMS
Inputs, fixed formats
Quality, Error management
Milking the CMMS
Course Summary/Question & Answer Session/Distribution of Material
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