Every organization has a process for handling and documenting maintenance issues. Some are as simple and informal as the user calls maintenance to come fix something. Others use high powered Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). Some organizations use formal planning and scheduling while others have the maintenance personnel plan and schedule their own work. Experience has shown that more informal and less planned and scheduled work is highly inefficient. On the other hand, too much planning, scheduling and documentation can also inefficiently use maintenance resources. The aim is to find the right balance of planning, scheduling and documentation to maximize the use of maintenance resources. In addition, one of the biggest challenges to adopting new processes is gaining acceptance at all levels in the organization. Management of change techniques is essential to a successful program.
This interactive workshop is designed to provide the attendee with the information needed to understand their own maintenance management process as well as make improvement to their processes so they can more effectively and efficiently use their maintenance resources. The attendee will understand basic process development, planning and scheduling concepts and have the tools they need to work within their organization to improve the way they manage maintenance work.
Companies today are facing competition and decreasing margins. If you really want to compete you must understand how to make your work and operating processes more efficient and effective. Your equipment must
be reliable and safe to operate. It must be ready to operate at peak capacity at short notice and production output must be of high quality.
This highly interactive course is designed to provide an immersive training environment that maximizes the interaction between attendees and the instructor and the attendees with their peers. The course uses a combination of individual and group exercises to heighten the learning experience. Attendees will complete and review daily homework exercises designed to enhance and reinforce daily training in order to give them their best chance of successfully completing the exam at the end of the course.
• the inputs to developing comprehensive asset management strategy
• how to develop an effective maintenance strategies using the RCM process
• the key proactive elements to improving asset availability and reliability
• Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices and show their relationship to the five pillars of Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional certification
Improve Work Process Flow effectiveness
Understand planning versus scheduling
Explore the benefits of the Work Preparer, both term and long term
Identify leading indicators versus lagging indicators
Define Preventative Maintenance and it's role in planning & scheduling
Develop KPIs for continuous improvement
Program Sneak Peek
Management and Business
Operations Reliability (Reliability of Manufacturing Processes)
Equipment (Asset) Reliability
Leadership and Organization
Review and Wrap up