Maintenance Management

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Description: Maintenance Managers for better production need to plan for maintenance to avoid wasting time and to decrease expenses to the lowest possible level. They consider planning and scheduling essential for their teams to take and implement proper action.

The trainees are offered well prepared training materials covering topics like: planning, scheduling, preventive and predicted maintenance, working people affecting productivity, work order systems, supporting planning group, and formal job description for Planners.

Who should attend: Maintenance Managers, maintenance supervisors, persons intending to occupy maintenance Management positions, planning persons, individuals interested to know, and students.

Training time: 5 days.

The Topics:

  1. Importance of Planning:

Company Vision, Why Improvement Is Needed in Maintenance, What Planning Mainly Is and What It Is Mainly Not, How Much Will Planning Help? The specific benefit of planning calculated, Why does this opportunity exist? Quality and Productivity Effectiveness and Efficiency, Planning Mission, Frustration with Planning.

  1. Planning Principles:
    1. Principle 1: Separate Department.
    2. Principle 2: Focus on Future Work.
    3. Principle 3: Component Level Files.
    4. Principle 4: Estimates Based on Planner Expertise.
    5. Principle 5: Recognize the Skill of the Crafts.
    6. Principle 6: Measure Performance with Work Sampling.
  2. Scheduling Principles: Why Maintenance Does Not Assign Enough Work, Advance Scheduling Is an
    1. Principle 1: Plan for Lowest Required Skill
    2. Principle 2: Schedules and Job Priorities Are
    3. Principle 3: Schedule from Forecast of Highest Skills Availabl
    4. Principle 4: Schedule for Every Work Hour Available.
    5. Principle 5: Crew Leader Handles Current Day’s Wor
    6. Principle 6: Measure Performance with Schedule Compliance.
  3. Advance Scheduling:
    1. Weekly Scheduling and Forecasting work hours
    2. Sorting work orders
    3. Allocating work orders
    4. Formal Weekly Schedule Meeting
    5. Staging Parts and Tools: What to stage, Where to stage, Who should stage, and The process of staging
    6. Outage Scheduling, Planning work orders for outages, and Key concepts in scheduling for outages
    7. Quotas, Benchmarks, and Standards Addressed
  4. Consideration of Preventive Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance
    1. Preventive Maintenance and Planning
    2. Predictive Maintenance and Planning
    3. The Other Tools Needed
    4. Work Order System
    5. Equipment Data and History
    6. Leadership, Management, Communication, and Teamwork
    7. Qualified Personnel Classification, Hiring, and Training
    8. Shops and Tools
    9. Storeroom and Rotating Spares
    10. Reliability Maintenance
    11. Preventive maintenance
    12. Predictive maintenance
    13. Improved Work Processes and Maintenance Metrics
  5. The People Side of Planning – The People Rules of Planning
    1. Rule 1: The planning program is not trying to give away the plant’s work to contractors
    2. Rule 2: Planners cannot plan the perfect job
    3. Rule 3: Planning is not designed to take the brains out of the technicians
    4. Rule 4: The technicians own the job after the supervisor assigns it to them
    5. Rule 5:Planners cannot make the perfect time estimate
    6. Rule 6: Management cannot hold technicians accountable to time estimates for single jobs
    7. Rule 7: Showing what is not correct is often as important as showing what is correct
    8. Rule 8: Planners do not add value if they help jobs-in-progress
    9. Rule 9:Everyone is an adult
    10. Rule 10: Everyone should enjoy their work
    11. Rule 11: Everyone should go home at the end of each day knowing if they have won or lost
    12. Rule 12: Wrench time is not strictly under the control of the technicians
    13. Rule 13: Schedule compliance is not strictly under the control of the crew supervisors
    14. Rule 14:It is better to train employees and lose them than to not train them and keep them
    15. Rule 15: Modern maintenance needs to do less with less
  6. Work Order System and Codes
    1. Company Work Order System Manual
    2. Table of Contents
    3. Introduction
    4. Work Flow
    5. Work Order Form and Required Fields
    6. CMMS Instructions for Plant-Wide Use
    7. Codes
      1. Priority and Status
      2. Department and crew
  • Work type
  1. How found
  2. Plan type
  3. Outage
  • Plant and unit
  • Equipment group and system
  1. Equipment type
  2. Class, mode and cause of Problem; action taken
  3. Work Order Numbering System: Current numbering system, Previous numbering systems, Manual Distribution
  1. Example Formal Job Description for Planners: Maintenance Planner Duties and Minimum qualifications
  2. Training Tests
    1. Maintenance Planning Test Number 1
    2. Maintenance Planning Test Number 2
    3. Maintenance Planning Test Number 3
  3. Questions for Managers to Ask to Improve Maintenance Planning

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