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Maintenance Planning and Scheduling of work orders is the hub of a well-functioning maintenance organization. In order for maintenance planning and scheduling to work, many other systems need to work well. Most importantly equipment inspections through preventive maintenance, technical databases such as bill of materials, work order history, and standard job plans. Maintenance spare part stores have to function well. Maintenance Planning and Scheduling are critical for every successful individual and company.
The focus is directed to concepts of Maintenance Management, establishing a healthy Maintenance program, and Maintenance Planning and Scheduling procedures. Computer applications on maintenance planning and scheduling will be addressed too. Emphasis on various aspects of analytical techniques which have proved valuable in maintenance planning and scheduling. Most maintenance departments do not plan to fail, they simply fail to plan and therefore do indeed fail.
The major reason behind failure to plan is that putting out today’s fires is given priority over planning for tomorrow – thereby insuring that future equipment failures will require reactive response. Preventive/Predictive Maintenance (PPM) is not conceived to put equipment in proper condition, but to maintain it in that condition from the time of acquisition or restoration. Proactive maintenance requires a cultural transition from a reactive to a proactive environment.
Upon completion of this course, the trainees will be aware and understanding of the following:
- Understand the major aspects in GT, Boiler and Desalination Plant
- Lead their Organization and Management into Predictive, Productive Management.
- Identify planning best Practices and key Elements for taking action on them.
- Improve the use of information and Communication Tools.
- Create and preserve lead-time in work management and use it for planning and scheduling resources.
- Improved their ability to influence people.
- Improve Consistency and reliability of asset information management.
- Optimize preventive and predictive maintenance strategies.
- Apply a maintenance assessment process and a proactive maintenance timeline
- Coordinate the roles and responsibilities of maintenance supervisors and planners
- Use performance metrics, PM compliance, schedule compliance, backlog, efficiency, and labor utilization
- Define the essentials of critical path planning
Who Should Attend?
Maintenance Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Planners, and Schedulers. Also recommended to Operation Engineers, Operation Coordination, and Production Supervisors.
Module (01) Machine Failure
1.1 Why Machine Failure?
1.2 Types of Failure Causes
1.3 Effect of Failure on the Plant
1.4 Failure Cascading
1.5 Failure Modes
1.6 Chronic vs. Sporadic Failure
Module (02) Maintenance Hierarchy
2.1 Specific Maintenance Definition
2.2 Maintenance Goals
2.3 Reactive Maintenance
2.4 Predictive Maintenance
2.5 Preventative Maintenance
2.6 Total Productive Maintenance
2.7 Reliability – Centered Maintenance
2.8 Overall Equipment Effectiveness
2.9 Principles of Maintenance Management
Module (03) Maintenance Successful Performance Strategies
3.1 Working Environment
3.2 Operations Support
3.3 Maintenance Personnel Attributes
3.4 Maintenance Programs
3.5 Information and Knowledge
3.6 Effective Planning & Scheduling
3.7 The Role & Duties of Planner & Scheduler
3.8 Management Information System
Module (04) Maintenance Planning
4.1 Why do we have a Maintenance Plan?
4.2 Maintenance Process
4.3 Expected Outcomes
4.4 Maintenance Budget
4.5 Levels of Planning
4.6 Effective Planned Maintenance
4.7 How to implement a good Maintenance Plan (Manpower, Spare Parts, Tools)
4.8 Plan Evaluation & Feedback
Module (05) Scheduling Techniques
5.2 Scheduling Techniques
5.3 Scheduling Procedures
5.4 Daily Scheduling (Stick to your Schedule)
5.5 Weekly Scheduling
5.6 Establishing Priority
5.7 “Look—Ahead” Scheduling
5.8 Maintenance Scheduling Check List
Module (06) Maintenance Workload
6.1 Maintenance Workload
6.2 Backlog Management
6.3 Backlog Analysis & Feedback
Module (07) Work Orders
7.1 Work Identification
7.2 Work Prioritization
7.3 Work Execution
7.4 10 Rules for Improvement of Work Process
Module (08) Your Role in Cost Reduction
8.1 Your Cost Reduction Job, Where to look?
8.2 How to Control Absenteeism during Plan?
8.3 What to do about Tardiness every day?
8.4 Controlling and Analyze Working Overtime
8.5 The Importance of Maintenance Work Quality
8.6 Cutting the Cost of Maintenance
8.7 Importance and Criticality of Housekeeping
Module (09) Improving Productivity
9.1 Elements of Labor Control
9.2 The Productivity Picture
9.3 Causes of Poor Productivity
Module (10) O & M Management Assessment
10.2 Developing the Structure
10.3 Measuring the O & M Program
10.4 Program Implementation