Duration: 2 Days
Monday – Tuesday
22nd – 23rd February 2021
Live Stream + Online Training
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Gain an understanding of the critical contribution made by the maintenance function in achieving business objectives.
- Understand the roles, processes, and procedures to ensure organizational effectiveness.
- Address all the elements of job planning, including standards, logistics, documentation, spares, and quality.
- Learn how to determine scheduling capacity and exploit opportunities for maintenance.
- Develop daily, weekly and monthly maintenance schedules with the commitment of operations and all role players to ensure compliance with the maintenance program while reducing risk.
- Assign work to the most appropriate level of maintenance.
- Convey the importance of proper work order closure and documentation to build good equipment history through complete and accurate data input.
- Establish the importance of maintaining the maintenance backlog at optimum levels.
Why you Cannot Miss this Event:
Many businesses are stuck in a Reactive Maintenance cycle, with planning and scheduling ineffective at best and non-existent at worst.
Symptoms of a reactive, “fire-fighting” culture include:
- Loss of throughput, i.e. breakdowns
- Maintenance workers spend hours waiting on equipment to become available, overrunning the planned shutdown time and growing the backlog
- Scheduled activities mainly consist of component replacements and reactive work
- Critical spares are not readily available
- Overtime is high, workers are exhausted and ineffectively utilized
- Data capturing to eliminate chronic failures and losses occur rarely, if at all.
Applying the principles of this course will result in improvement of productivity and availability, along with the development and strengthening of partnerships between maintenance, production/operations, procurement, engineering, and other key stakeholders.
Who Should Attend?
Heads, Managers, Supervisors, Team leaders, Engineers, Craftsmen, Schedulers, Planners & Senior Technicians of.
• Plant, Factory & Site Management
• Technical Services
• CMMS Clerks/Assistants/Administrators
• Asset and Reliability Management
• Plant Operations
• Shutdown & Turnaround
• Engineering and Maintenance
• Operational Excellence / Continuous Improvement
• Process Engineering / Industrial Engineering
• Engineers responsible for maintenance of areas of the plant
Anyone who is responsible for managing assets. Process & Operational Personal who need an understanding of the goals of maintenance