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Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Control

Overview:

 

Program Objectives:

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Apply the latest concepts and techniques needed for effectively planning, scheduling and controlling maintenance activities.
  • Manage routine, corrective, as well as large scale preventive maintenance activities.
  • Review the critical operational requirements for successful planning and control of the maintenance work.
  • Use the right Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the measurement and evaluation of the maintenance department.

This Program is designed for:

Managers, supervisors and planners responsible for maintenance planning, scheduling and control activities. This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.

Program Outline:

Objectives of Maintenance:

  • What Is Maintenance?
  • Evolution of Maintenance.
  • Challenges Facing Maintenance.
  • Types of Maintenance.
  • Classification of Roles in Maintenance.
  • Customer Service in Maintenance.

The Work Order System:

  • Purpose of the Work Order System.
  • Information Collected on a WO.
  • Job Estimating Methods.
  • Prioritizing Maintenance Work.

Preventive Maintenance (PM):

  • Understanding PM.
  • Implementing a PM Program.
  • Establishing Scheduling.
  • Breaking a Facility Into Logical Parts.
  • Developing an Equipment List.
  • Writing PMs.
  • Developing Equipment Manuals.
  • Setting Up Inventory.

Planning and Scheduling of Major Maintenance WOs and Shutdowns:

  • Planning and Scheduling.
  • Work Breakdown Structure.
  • Critical Path Method (CPM).
  • Resource Scheduling and Leveling.

Life Cycle Cost of Equipment:

  • Capital Budgeting.
  • Accounting Rate of Return (ARR).
  • Payback Method.
  • Net Present Value Method (NPV).
  • Replacement Analysis of Equipment.

Planning and Controlling Maintenance Materials:

  • Inventory Costs.
  • Considerations in Inventory Decisions.
  • Economic Order Quantity (EOQ).
  • Total Material Cost.
  • When to Order.

Safety in Maintenance:

  • Myths About Safety.
  • Accidents and Injuries.
  • Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions.
  • Cost of Accidents.
  • Safety Audit.

Controlling Maintenance Work:

  • Measuring Performance.
  • Sources of Data.
  • Backlog Indices.
  • Schedule Compliance.
  • PM and Emergency Indices.
  • Productivity Indicators.
   

 

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