Approved Maintenance Plan
- Interactive techniques, practical training, concise presentations, individual and group exercises based on real maintenance scenarios.
- Participants undergo a test on the final day to assess their understanding and knowledge.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Apply the latest concepts and techniques for effective maintenance planning, scheduling, and control.
- Use project management techniques to manage key maintenance and shutdown activities.
- Understand how to maintain optimal inventory levels of spare parts for operational availability.
- Prepare the appropriate key performance indicators to evaluate and improve maintenance operations.
- Select capital budgeting techniques to assess capital maintenance expenditures.
- Establish connections and communicate with others to achieve desired goals.
Managers, supervisors, and planners responsible for maintenance planning, scheduling, and control activities.
- Placing planning in context
- Modern maintenance strategy
- Maintenance as a business process
- Feasibility study for planning
- Financial case advantages
- Scope challenge
- Enhancing preventive maintenance
- Value of improving maintenance efficiency
- Operational benefits
- Benefits of having a maintenance team
- Improving safety performance
- Different planning levels
- Pitfalls of traditional planning operations
- Role of maintenance planner
- Importance of maintenance and asset management
- Objectives and types of maintenance
- Evolution of the maintenance function
- Planning process
- Types of maintenance
- Clarifying roles in maintenance operations
- Defining a maintenance request system
- Establishing priorities before making requests
- Developing a preventive maintenance program
- Preventive maintenance risks
Planning Major Maintenance and Shutdowns:
- Unique challenges during shutdowns
- Excellence model for shutdown preparation
- Work areas and activities
- Work breakdown structure (WBS) requirements
- Preparation and use of maintenance standards
- Planning and scheduling constraints
- Critical path method
- Forward and backward scheduling
- Workforce planning
- Resource planning charts
- Planning for strategic preparation and work
Control of Maintenance Activities:
- Types of control and document control
- Use of key performance indicators (KPIs) in maintenance
- Data sources for KPIs
- Examples of maintenance KPIs
Leading Maintenance Performance:
- Developing a learning methodology from repetitive maintenance tasks
- Refining maintenance policies
- Learning from planned maintenance review
- Gaining knowledge from inspection work
- Improving the scope
- The 3R process
- Dealing with production challenges
- Utilizing workforce and time tool
- Conducting the connected DILO process
- Importance of measuring production
- Challenge planning – What’s the next step?
- The 5T’s
- SMED analysis
Dealing with Maintenance, Management, and User Personnel:
- Importance of communication skills
- Potential communication barriers
- Causes of conflicts
- Effective conflict management
- Conflict management styles