MAINTENANCE PLANNING AND SCHEDULING MAXIMIZING ASSETS AVAILABILITY AND RELIABILITY
INTRODUCTION OF MAINTENANCE PLANNING AND SCHEDULING MAXIMIZING ASSETS AVAILABILITY AND RELIABILITY
Maintenance planning and scheduling are the foundations of an effective maintenance management process. Only with effective maintenance planning and scheduling processes is in place whatever Technology, Resources, Software and Proactive only than it can be optimized and maximized.
Proper understanding of planning and scheduling principles associated with job order can significantly increase productivity.
Maintenance Planning is a process that identifies and addresses in advance any situation that may occur, it identifies and verifies the parts and tools necessary to carry out the repair and in what ways they should be done.
Maintenance Scheduling is the timing of the planned work, when the work has to be performed and who is in responsible to perform the work.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the need for and purpose of proactive maintenance management
- Identify planning and scheduling best practices and recognize how they can contribute to the quality, cost improvement and resource optimization.
- Demonstrate the importance of work order systems and use techniques for time estimations and priority assignments
- Establish an understanding of how to maintain the optimal stock levels of spare parts to ensure operational continuity
- Prepare the right Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) s to evaluate and improve performance in maintenance
Introduction to Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
- Company Vision
- What Planning Mainly Is.
- How Much Will Planning Help?
- The practical result of planning freed-up technicians
- World class” wrench time.
- Benefit of planning
- Quality and Productivity Effectiveness and Efficiency.
- Planning Mission what is planning trying to accomplish
Preventive Maintenance (PM)
- What is preventive maintenance
- Predictive Maintenance and Planning PdM-initiated work orders
- The importance of implementing a Proactive Maintenance program
- Prepare a Proactive maintenance program
- Establishing schedules
- Breaking a facility into logical parts
- Developing an equipment list
- Developing equipment manuals
- Setting up inventory
- Understanding risks associated with a PM program
- Reviewing planned maintenance
- How scheduled maintenance can lock in waste and cost
- Drawing learning from recurring maintenance tasks
- Refining maintenance policies
Maintenance Planning the work order system
- Vision and Mission of Planning
- Maintenance Planning Principle
- Importance of a clear Work Order System.
- Screening Work Request
- Planning Process
- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Critical Path Method (CPM)
- Work order crashing
- Estimating Work Hours and Job Duration
- Resource scheduling and levelling
- Development of weekly master schedule
- Determine resource availability
- Management of the forward workload (backlog)
- Weekly master schedule implementation
- Maintenance Scheduling Principles
- Schedules and Job Priorities Are Important
- Weekly Scheduling
- Forecasting Work Hours
- Sorting Work Orders
- Allocating Work Orders
- Common Sense for Interruptible and Other Work
- Formal Weekly Schedule Meeting
- Staging Parts and Tools
- Crew Scheduling
- Shift Scheduling
- Should Planning Be Separated from Scheduling?
The Key People in Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
- The Impact of planning program
- The Planners getting planning perfect
- Planners do not add value to planning
- Planners Responsibilities
- Schedulers Responsibilities
- Instructions for Preparing Schedules
- Maintenance supervisors
- Linking the Schedule to Supervisor Responsibilities
- Technicians performing the work,
The Computer in Maintenance
- What Type of Computerization (Using a CMMS)
- The Planner using the CMMS for Job Plan Module
- CMMS Software Already in Use
- Creating versus Purchasing a Commercial CMMS
- Benefits with the CMMS.
- Finding work orders
- Interfacing a CMMS with a Company Financial System
- Linking information to equipment
- Standardizing Work Processes Inventory Control
- Information for Metrics and Reports
The role of planning and scheduling in Performance Improvement.
What Lies Ahead
- Maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
- Weekly Backlog Report
- Schedule compliance indices
- Performance indicators
- Workload performance indicators
- Planning performance indicators
- Effectiveness performance indicators
- Cost performance indicators
- The Reliability Excellence Model
- Management reports submissions