This program covers World Class Maintenance (WCM) Best Practices applied to Planning by ensuring Maintenance is an activity for all departments. All departments share responsibility and accountability.
Who is responsible to lead in the coordination of the planning process belongs to the maintenance department?
How is effective work planning a key element of the process and how complex jobs carried out with the integration within and across departments are and should be.
What are the ways to reduce emergency work? Must this be minimized?
What are the ways to effectively schedule work required and coordinating all divisional functions involved?
Is this a shared responsibility for the scheduling the maintenance works? How is Performance feedback provided and is it critical?
The goal of a maintenance personnel/organisation is to employ a management system that optimises the use of scarce resources (manpower, equipment, material and funds) to maintain the facilities and equipment that are the responsibility of the maintenance organisation.
- Equipment criticality ranking to prioritize your maintenance activities
- Work order process improvement / creation
- Improve existing / develop new management programs and procedures
- Performing needs analysis to identify critical maintenance tasks needing procedures
- Develop measurement systems with indicators to ensure continuous improvement
- Providing contract planners that cross train / coach your current planning team
- Shutdown / Turnaround planning services to decrease your shutdown time
- Facility Life Cycle Analysis.
- Understand why planning is absolutely important for effective maintenance Management
- Introduce maintenance planning methodology
- Effective Integration of Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
- Lecture with key points, coaching, interactive discussion
- Group dynamic and exercise to ensure participants grasp the topics presented.
- Role Play and Group Presentations
- Exercise and Industrial samples are used to stimulate actual nature of failure that has taken place.
- Understanding needs to change
- Understanding management of change’s complexity
- Understand challenges facing maintenance
- Changing maintenance culture from reactive to proactive mode.
- World Class Maintenance (WCM)
- Why do we need this philosophy?
- What skills are required and type of competency required?
- What is the performance and KPI of WCM?
- Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA)
- What is RCFA?
- Why do we need this in our organisation?
- Life Cycle Management
- What is LCM?
- Why do we need this?
- Reliability Improvement
- Practical Implementation
- Assisting in Participants Problem Solving – Discussion and Brainstorming
- How to submit effective reports
Additional content will be customize after discussion and needs