Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Best Practice

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Best Practice

Sunday 14 Mar 2021

  • Duration: One Week
  • City: Dubai
  • Fees: Classroom: 3950 GBP / Online: 1975 GBP

Introduction

The maintenance of physical assets can no longer be treated just as a ‘maintenance problem’. The competitive environment in which business operates requires an approach that integrates the operational objectives of the business and the life-cycle objectives of the physical assets.

Our highly interactive Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Work Control training course is designed to provide management and staff with essential maintenance management skills, gain a clear comprehending of their roles, and work more effectively within a team environment.

Delegates will gain a practical understanding and knowledge of:

• The essential principles of effective maintenance management.
• Effective procedures for planning and controlling of the maintenance work flow.
• Proven methodology for the development of an effective maintenance plan.
• Effective scheduling of maintenance work.
• Closing the management loop through effective measurement, reporting and analysis.

Objectives

• Comprehend maintenance as a key business function.
• Comprehend the objectives and purpose of pro-active failure management.
• Learn how reliability influences not only plant output, but also improves health, safety and environmental performance, resource optimisation and cost improvement.
• Recognise planning and scheduling best practices and how these will contribute to work quality and reliability improvement.
• Create and preserve forward work and use it for planning and scheduling resources.
• Utilise suitable performance indicators and management reports to perform regular analysis of maintenance performance, control maintenance resources and costs, and drive continuous improvement.

Course Outline

Day 1

MODERN MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN PERSPECTIVE

 Maintenance in the Business Process.
 What does it looks like.
 What it could look like.
 Evolution in Maintenance Management.
 Reactive vs. Proactive Maintenance.
 World-Class Maintenance Management.

Day 2

MAINTENANCE POLICIES AND LOGISTICS PLANNING

 Equipment Classification and Identification.
 Document Identification and Classification.
 Maintenance Management Policies.
 Maintenance Work Prioritisation.
 Maintenance Logistics Planning.

Day 3

FAILURE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT

 Failure Modes, Effects and Consequences (FMEA).
 Failure Management Policies.
 Application of RCM in the Development of Failure Management Policies.
 Implementing Failure Management Policies.
 Corrective Maintenance Planning.
 Logistic Requirements Planning.

Day 4

WORK SCHEDULING AND CONTROL

 Development of Weekly Master Schedule.
 Determine Resource Availability.
 Determine Equipment Outage Requirement.
 Management of the Forward Workload (Backlog).
 Weekly Master Schedule Implementation.

Day 5

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT, MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND ANALYSIS

 Information and Control.
 Management Levels and Information.
 Performance Indicators.
 Workload Performance Indicators.
 Planning Performance Indicators.
 Effectiveness Performance Indicators.
 Cost Performance Indicators.
 Management Reports.

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