We must not wait for the breakdown. In fact, they must be met and expected to occur during the daily workload and out of the ordinary. A successful and effective maintenance process does not follow the theory of "repairing damaged thing when it is destroyed". The goal of the maintenance department is to avoid breakdowns and increase the availability of assets and credibility at the lowest cost possible. This makes the maintenance department team morework pressures.
Objectives and target group
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the Training Programme, delegates will be able to:
Identify planning best practices and key elements for taking action on them.
Understand how world-class organizations solve common planning problems.
Evaluate your practices compared to those of others.
Improve the use of your information and communication tools.
Improve productivity through use of better, more timely information.
Create and preserve lead-time in work management and use it for planning andscheduling resources.
Improve consistency and reliability of asset information.
Optimize preventive and predictive maintenance strategies.
Audit your maintenance operations.
Use the results to develop and improvement strategy.
Establish Auditing and Performance Indicators as a key element of the maintenancestrategy.
Who should attend?
Professionals who are responsible for setting and implementing maintenance strategy,development of the maintenance program, maintenance planning, scheduling and work control.
planners and users of CMMS.
Introduction to Advanced Maintenance Management
Maintenance Management Objectives
General maintenance management problems
The basic responsibilities of the maintenance manager
Organization of maintenance
Continuous maintenance improvement practices
Model 5S to improve productivity and reliability
5S identification and principles
The relationship between maintenance and production
Identify needs and requirements
Apply 5S principles for continuous improvement
Total Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Equipment failure and patterns
Failure modes and impact analysis
Emergency and preventive maintenance
Common preventive maintenance tasks
Computer Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
Typical CMMS modules
Maintenance planning and control
Process flow maintenance work
Work orders and work orders
Work planning and scheduling
Maintenance of accumulated maintenance
Department of spare parts
Basic maintenance budget
Asset replacement analysis
Operational maintenance budget
innovation and creativity
Safety in maintenance
Myths about safety
The importance of safety
Business and unsafe conditions
Elements of safety culture
Conduct safety audits
Performance management in maintenance department
Measure and evaluate maintenance performance
Key performance indicators and common maintenance goals
Balanced Scorecard for maintenance
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
Modern strategic and annual budget planning for operation and maintenance