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Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Workload Course

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Course Duration 5 Days.

Delegates should represent a wide range of personnel in the organization who are Involved in, or dependent on, effective maintenance planning, scheduling and work Control. These should include:

  • Maintenance Managers
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Personnel designated as planners, or identified to become planners
  • Key leaders from each Maintenance craft
  • Key Operations Supervisors
  • Materials Management Managers/Supervisors
  • CMMS Administrator or key users
  • Key Maintenance support assistants
  • Other stakeholders in the Work Planning Function

Leading industrial organizations are evolving away from reactive ('fix-it-when-it breaks') Management into predictive, productive management ('anticipating, planning and fix-it-before-it-breaks'). This evolution requires well-planned and executed actions on several fronts:

  • Identify planning best practices and key elements for taking action on them
  • Understand how world-class organizations solve common planning problems,
  • Evaluate your practices compared to those of others
  • Improve the use of your information and communication tools
  • Improve productivity through use of better, more timely information
  • Create and preserve lead-time in work management and use it for planning and Scheduling resources
  • Improve consistency and reliability of asset information
  • Achieve more productive turnarounds
  • Optimize preventive and predictive maintenance strategies

Part I: Modern Maintenance Management Practice in Perspective

  • Introduction to Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Workload
  • Maintenance Concepts & definitions
  • Maintenance in the Business Process
  • Evolution in Maintenance Management
  • Business Objectives Examples
  • Maintenance objectives and benefits
  • The Strategic Importance of Maintenance and Reliability
  • Modern Maintenance Management Functions
  • Maintenance Engineering Objectives
  • Maintenance Terms , Definitions and Key Performance Area
  • Modern Maintenance Management Practice in Perspective
  • Introduction to Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Workload
  • Business Objectives Examples
  • Maintenance Management
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Corrective Maintenance

Part II: Maintenance Policies and Logistics Planning

  • Introduction
  • Maintenance Management
  • Material Control
  • Work Order System
  • Equipment Records
  • PM & CM
  • Job Planning and Scheduling
  • Backlog control and priority system
  • Performance Measurements
  • Maintenance KPI’s
  • How to Control a Maintenance Project?
  • Methods of Applying PERT & CPM
  • Critical Path Method Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Human Errors in Maintenance
  • Maintenance and Reliability
  • Lifetime Failure Rates
  • Providing Redundancy
  • Maintenance Decisions
  • Operator-Ownership Approach
  • Contract for Preventive Maintenance
  • Features of A Good Maintenance Facility
  • Total Productive Maintenance
  • Other Techniques for Establishing Maintenance Policies
  • Logistics Planning:
    • Introduction & Historical Information
    • Inventory Purposes
    • Basic Areas of MM Make Decisions
    • ABC Approach
    • Steps for Grouping annual Usage
    • Items Cost & Annual Consumption
    • Control Policies
    • Quantity Models
    • Types Of Costs (Holding, ordering & setup)
    • Safety Stock
    • Increasing / Decreasing Maintenance Inventory-associated Factors
    • Estimating Spare Part Quantity Model

Part III: Failure Management Program Development FMEA :

  • Quality, Reliability and Failure Prevention
  • Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  • FMEA/FMECA History & Guidelines
  • FMEA Purposes & benefits
  • SFMEA, DFMEA, and PFMEA
  • FMEA Objectives
  • Potential Applications & outcomes for FMEA
  • How to FMEA
  • Block Diagram
  • Assumptions of DFMEA
  • Potential Failure mode
  • Potential Effect(s) of Failure
  • Severity , Classification, Occurrence, Current Design Controls &Detection
  • RPN (Risk Priority Number)
  • Recommended Actions
  • Responsibility & Target Completion Date
  • Action Results
  • Exercise Design FMEA
  • Process FMEA
  • PFMEA as a tool
  • Risk Priority Number (RPN)
  • Software Recommendations
  • Bibliography

Part IV: Work Planning, Scheduling and Control

  • Maintenance Pyramid of Excellence
  • Maintenance Work Processes – Typical/Benchmark
  • The Maintenance Cost Ratio
  • Planning and Scheduling importance and definition
  • Work Planning:
  • Maintenance planning horizons
  • Work Planning
    • Job planning phase
    • What does a Job Plan contain?
    • Planning Process
    • Job Plan Details
    • Job Title and Scope
    • Calculate Job Duration
    • Maintenance Shutdown Timeframe
    • Parts Required: What do we need to know about their availability?
    • The Linked Maintenance & Materials Process
    • Tools & special equipment?
    • Pre-Job and post job Preparation
    • Standard Job Plans and Safety requirements
    • Contingency planning for critical jobs
    • What is the Planner's Role?
    • Key Roles and Relationships
  • Work Scheduling:
    • Backlog
    • Net Capacity
    • WEEKLY NET CRAFT CAPACITY CALCULATION
    • Cycle Time
    • To schedule work Weekly and daily Schedules
    • Schedule development
    • Best Practice
  • Planning & Scheduling Tools

Part V: Information Management CMMS:

  • Introduction
  • Enterprise Asset Management EAM
  • CMMS Capabilities, objectives, functions, benefits, statistics, tips and constraints.
  • Steps to Select a CMMS:
    • Step 1 — Set up a selection committee
    • Step 2 — Perform system functional analysis
    • Step 3 — Identify potential vendors
    • Step 4 — Screen short list
    • Step 5 — Demo product
    • Step 6 — Make and validate selection
  • CMMS Selection Criteria

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