To survive in today’s world of ‘lean and mean’ operations, we cannot wait for breakdowns. As a matter of fact, we should make responding to breakdowns the exception in our daily workload, not the norm. A successful and effective maintenance operation has to break away from the ‘fix it when it breaks’ mentality. The ultimate goal of the maintenance department should be to ‘stop’ things from breaking, increase assets availability and reliability and do so with the lowest possible cost.
This has certainly put immense pressure on the maintenance department management team. In this course, various best practices will be presented that deliver the above objectives.
The course uses a mix of interactive and hands-on techniques. Besides the brief presentations by the consultant and the participants, there will be many individual and group exercises. The course also includes a maintenance department audit checklist which the participants will individually complete during the course to evaluate the effectiveness of their respective departments.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate the latest concepts and techniques required for managing or supervising a maintenance unit
- Examine the organizational and managerial considerations for effective maintenance work
- Apply techniques to measure Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
- Distinguish and optimize the special characteristics of maintenance activities
- Debunk safety myths safety and identify unsafe acts and conditions
- Identify common maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and develop the maintenance department scorecard
Those involved in the supervision or management of maintenance activities; also anyone interested in learning more about the critical role of maintenance in a company.
- Maintenance theory and practice
- Maintenance work processes
- Influence and communication skills
- Financial evaluation
- Safety theories and principles
- Performance management
Location:AATICD Campus or Online or Inhouse
Training Dates:Course starts every Monday of every Week.
Course Fees:To be sent via Proforma Invoice to your e-mail
Note: Please fill in the online application form on the left or bottom if this page to receive a quotation from AATICD.
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Also note that Tuition Fees must be paid upfront on or before training start date. This is to ensure that all resources are made availabe for you before you start. You will not be allowed into training if fees are not paid and verified.
Also note that Tuition Fees Cancellations must be made 14 business working days before the starting date of training. This will allow us to do a 50% refund of the total amount paid. If cancellations are made thereafter note that no refund will be made to delegates.
Tuition Fees include teas and lunch as well as either a laptop or tablet which a delegate will take home free of charge.
Tuition Fee DOES NOT include Accommodation, Dinners and other Extra Curricular Activities or Incidentals. Delegates are expected to fund this on their own. AATICD will not be held accountable for any incidents to delegates.
In-House Trainings are also available for 10 or more delegates for any duration. Please consult with our Administration for such In-House training bookings.
- Introduction to advanced maintenance management
- Objectives of maintenance management
- Asset management
- Maintenance life cycle
- Common maintenance management problems
- Typical responsibilities of a maintenance manager
- The maintenance organization
- Continuous improve practices in maintenance
- 5S Model to improve productivity and reliability
- Defining 5S and its principles
- Relationship between maintenance and production
- Determine needs and requirements
- Applying the principles of 5S to continuous improvement
- Management of maintenance
- Maintenance strategies
- Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
- OEE calculations
- Equipment failures and patters
- Failure modes and effect analysis
- Emergency and preventive maintenance
- Common preventive maintenance tasks
- Predictive maintenance
- Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
- Typical CMMS modules
- Maintenance planning and control
- Maintenance workflow process
- Work requests and work orders
- Work planning and scheduling
- Backlog management
- Resource management
- Spare parts management
- Maintenance master budget
- Capital budgeting
- Maintenance initiatives
- Replacement analysis of assets
- Maintenance operating budget
- Innovation and creativity
- Safety in maintenance
- Myths about safety
- Why the concern for safety
- Unsafe acts and unsafe conditions
- Safety culture elements
- Conducting safety audits
- Maintenance performance management
- Measuring and evaluating maintenance performance
- Common maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and targets
- The maintenance balanced scorecard