Maintenance routines – what we actually do to the equipment to maintain its availability and reliability are the core of any asset care plan and the planned/preventative maintenance program.
Maintenance routines – what we actually do to the equipment to maintain its availability and reliability are the core of any asset care plan and the planned/preventative maintenance program. Yet the origin of the content of these care plans can be lost in time, targeted inappropriately or just plain ineffective.
Learn some basic theory behind a practical program, what are we trying to address, how is the frequency determined what tactics are appropriate? Answer these questions and many more and learn how to write practical maintenance routines that are targeted, unambiguous, efficient and effective.
Learn how to
- Develop asset care plans that can provide a holistic care package for major equipment
- Determine appropriate tasks and frequencies
- Write precise and unambiguous task instruction
- Maintenance tactics need to be appropriate to the machine, likely failures and failure patterns
- To construct an Asset Care Package (ACP)
- To collate ACP into practicable maintenance routines
- Adjust the frequency of maintenance routines with confidence
Know how to
- View all aspects of an asset care package
- Produce effective and efficient maintenance tasks
- Standardise Planned Maintenance Routines
Workshop Agenda Day 1
What is Maintenance?
Reliability and Availability
Understanding failure – the How’s and Whys of failure
What planned maintenance can and cannot do
Adopting a Maintenance Strategy
Asset Care Plans
The concept of Asset Care Plans
Age related and non age related failure and failure patterns
Techniques for combating age related and non age related failure
Maintenance tactics and how they apply
Workshop Agenda Day 2
The Scope of Asset Care Plans
Planned Maintenance Routines
A “5S” approach to data management
Foundation Information – Asset Lists/Registers, Applicability, PM format
How to ensure the PM instructions achieve what they need to
A stepped approach to PM compilation
Tools and techniques to identify content
Using a range of data
PM Compilation Exercise
Review and discussion on outcomes
Application to candidates circumstances
Note: Candidates should bring a laptop or similar device capable of running Microsoft Office Excel (2007 or later).
Each candidate is given a copy of the Excel file to allow them to undertake the exercise and which they are free to take away and utilise in their workplace.
The course is designed to meet the needs of maintenance professionals, personnel compiling and managing asset care, those driving availability and reliability improvement and/or maintenance standards, these typically include:
- Maintenance Planners and deputies
- Maintenance Manager/supervisors
- Key leaders from each Maintenance craft
- Key Operations Supervisors
- CMMS Administrator or key users
- Maintenance support assistants
- Change agents and engineering business sponsors
Colin Sanders, served an aeronautical apprenticeship as an aircraft mechanical engineering technician. After serving his apprenticeship he progressed through trade (Licentiateship of City & Guilds) and supervisory management development (MISM, management and instructor training) to become a senior operational manager and planner.
In 1998, Colin became a professional engineering consultant and trainer specialising in maintenance and production improvement. With over 20 years commercial experience Colin has helped a range of clients in food and drink, FMCG, aerospace, automobile, oil and gas, utilities, general manufacturing and processing, engineering, pharmaceutical, and fabrication scenarios.
This course is also available as an on-site customised course
Course Cost: €840
Duration: 2 days
Location: Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Newlands Cross, Dublin
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