|Who would benefit?
This course is for people involved with factory and process industry maintenance.
People new to management or new to maintenance as well as management veterans
will get useful insights into improving the delivery of maintenance and
lowering its costs. Typical readers would include maintenance managers,
supervisors, plant managers, plant engineers, planners, data processing
professionals concerned with CMMS, accounting people, people moving into
management, parts buyers, and finally people interested in learning about
|World Class Maintenance
Management- 20 steps to world class maintenance.. How the best maintenance
departments are managing maintenance.
|Evaluate your maintenance
department- 100 questions to audit your operation.
|Communication and delegation-
simple techniques to improve delegation and communication
budgeting- Budgeting based on the real demand created by your assets
and processes gives you great power to state your case and justify crew
Flow- The work order is the key to information flow. What is needed,
who needs to know, what data to collect, why.
|Managing PM- This
powerful tool to control breakdowns is frequently misunderstood and misused.
Learn what PM is, what it can do, how to use it to best advantage.
managing condition-based maintenance technology- The use of technology
gives you real time information about the condition of your equipment.
What is available & how to integrate it into your systems.
|TPM- total productive
maintenance- Missing basic maintenance is responsible for 75% of breakdowns.
Enroll your operators in performing these tasks. How could TPM help you,
what it is and how to use it.
|Where does maintenance
fit in- Maintenance is misunderstood because we don?t know how to communicate
our contribution to the success of the enterprise in the terms and language
of the other departments.
|How to manage maintenance
with a CMMS- The issue is no longer whether or not to computerize but
rather how to use the computer to effectively manage the maintenance effort.
through planning, scheduling and project management techniques- A simple
checklist can increase your shop floor productivity by 10-15%.
|Maintenance quality improvement-
Maintenance has a long tradition of quality that spans back to the middle
ages. We must update our thinking to reflect modern quality ideas.
|Time management in the
maintenance pressure cooker- The core issue in some plants is a lack
of time to improve. These specific time management techniques can free
up your day and allow time to improve.
clinic- The supervisor and manager are highly leveraged people. If
they can learn ways of being more productive then their entire work group
can be improved.