Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Work Control
  • Dates: As required
  • Location: In Company Course
  • Cost: £4500 up to 10 Delegates

A 3 day training workshop designed to provide a practical insight into best practice maintenance planning, scheduling and work control. 

Includes exercises to develop a customised pro-active maintenance planning approach as a driver for year on year improvement in maintenance effectiveness.

Learn how industry leading performers systematically progress from:

  • Reactive ("fix-it-when-it-breaks") maintenance towards
  • Predictive, productive asset management ("Stabilise and extend component life, predict when to fix-it-before-it-breaks and eliminate the causes of breakdowns").

Understand how this pro-active approach to Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Work control becomes a driver for:

  • Year on year improvement in asset reliability (eliminating repeat breakdowns)
  • Maintenance value for money (eliminating unnecessary tasks/task frequencies and extending component life)
  • Process capability (optimising process conditions and dealing with weak components)

Know how to create well-designed and executed maintenance planning, scheduling and work control processes.

Be able to improve maintenance productivity and coordinate the maintenance team journey to release the full potential of operational technology.

20 reasons why people booked a place on this course.

  • Workshop Agenda

    • Understand what drives maintenance outlook, stakeholder expectations, and how to make the case for maintenance contribution
    • Developing a practical Maintenance infrastructure
    • Setting Maintenance Policies
      - Equipment classifications
      - Asset registers
      - Functional locations
      - Additional equipment information needed by planners
    • Understanding Maintenance Strategy
    • Practical workflows and their control
    • Life cycle plans and Logistic Support
    • The sources of planned work
    • The scope of work instructions
      - Terminology
    • Estimating workload
    • Defining Customer requirements
      - Scheduling planned work
      - Meeting Customer needs
    • Scheduling – getting the Planned Work Done
      - Maintenance Management Systems
      - Long and short term forecasts
      - Opportunity maintenance 
    • Continuous Improvement
      - Where does planned work come from
      - Aims and objectives
      - An overview of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

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