Presented by P E Corporate Services in association with Harold Robinson
Are there excessive delays in the maintenance of your equipment?
How productive are your maintenance staff?
Proper maintenance planning and scheduling should dramatically improve the productivity of maintenance. For example, a group of 30 maintenance technicians should be performing the work of 47 persons when aided by a single planner.
If you aren’t doing maintenance planning, or if your planning isn’t eliminating delays and increasing the productivity of your maintenance staff, this training is for you.
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling is a 4-day programme which defines the core principles of maintenance management, such as failure behaviour and maintenance tactics and tasks.
Participants learn how to use Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to determine planned maintenance requirements.
Thereafter, they will learn to scope a job to determine the requirements and convert it into a comprehensive maintenance instruction.
Participants will learn how to develop systems to manage different types of maintenance tasks and their documentation and ensure that equipment history is available.
Long term and short term manpower planning is covered, as is prioritizing and scheduling the work to be done.
This is followed by shutdown planning and the programme ends with defining the roles of the maintenance planner and other role players in the planning of maintenance.
Public training programme: Johannesburg :3-6 September 2018
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling can also be presented as an in-company training programme.