About the Event
Learn how to radically improve plant performance and essentially reduce maintenance costs via advanced maintenance planning and scheduling
Top 4 Benefits of Attending
- Protect and enhance values of your plant machinery with the advanced maintenance planning and scheduling best practices principles
- Understand roles and duties of a maintenance planner and scheduler and creation of high quality work orders
- Discover how to effectively integrate reliability centered maintenance with maintenance planning and scheduling for achieving maximum machinery uptime and essential reduction of maintenance costs
- Learn practical implementation of advanced maintenance planning and scheduling principles, Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and Enterprise Resource Planning Software
Who Should Attend?
This highly interactive training course will benefit anyone responsible for maintenance, who wishes to build competency in maintenance planning and scheduling to improve plant performance. This includes plant directors, senior plant managers, maintenance supervisors/coordinators, operation managers and supervisors and materials and storeroom managers who are involved in plant maintenance and reliability and equipment availability.
Maintenance planning and scheduling using structured and systematic approaches are critical for every successful plant. Maintenance planning and scheduling are the fastest and most effective investments that an organization can make to improve plant productivity and equipment availability.
This course is designed to build competency in maintenance planning and scheduling. The techniques that participants will learn in this course will allow for effective planning and scheduling of maintenance resources. The course covers all the fundamentals and advanced methods and applications that a suitably qualified professional would use in carrying out fully functional plant maintenance. In summary, the course provides a step-by-step practical guide to best practices of maintenance planning and scheduling that will essentially reduce maintenance costs and deliver maximum business benefits.
This training course is based on 35 years of real-life industrial experience of the trainer in maintenance planning and scheduling.
- The course will start with systematic and structured analysis of the main maintenance best practice planning and scheduling principles.
- Analysis of potential and functional machinery failures, hidden and evident failures, failure modes, effects and consequences will be undertaken that play essential role in maintenance type estimation.
- Optimal planning of preventive/predictive maintenance will be discussed in details.
- The advanced techniques: failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) and failure mode, effect and criticality analysis (FMECA) for maintenance planning will be discussed in details.
- The effective field-proven condition monitoring technologies (i.e. vibration, acoustic emission, infrared thermography and wear debris) that should be used for work order development will be described in detail.
- Integration of reliability centered maintenance/risk based maintenance with maintenance planning and scheduling will be discussed in detail.
- Finally, Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and radically novel Enterprise Resource Planning Software will be demonstrated.
The course will be presented in an interactive format with ample details from the trainer. The trainer will use comprehensive Power Point slides, hand-outs and industrial case study material, including videos and practical Group exercises.
The Main Course Objectives Include:
- Systematic and structured analysis of the main maintenance best practice planning principles
- Systematic and structured analysis of the main maintenance scheduling principles and best practices
- Optimal planning of preventive and predictive maintenance
- Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) and failure mode, effect and criticality analysis (FMECA) for maintenance planning
- Effective use of field-proven condition monitoring technologies (i.e. vibration, acoustic emission, infrared thermography and wear debris) for maintenance work orders
- Integration of reliability centered maintenance with maintenance planning and scheduling
- Maintenance planning for shutdowns
- Management of maintenance backlog
- Demonstration of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and radically novel Enterprise Resource Planning Software