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Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

Starts at: $119.95

Extracted from New Standard Institute’s popular three-day seminar, this program is designed to provide the basics of Maintenance Planning and Scheduling training without requiring seminar attendance. This material has been presented to over 7500 people in the last 15 years. This easy-to-use training software is a solid Maintenance Planning & Scheduling reference. Selected as a Finalist for the 2002 Product of the Year Award by Plant Engineering Magazine.

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Defining the Maintenance Level

  • Maintenance by Plan vs. Maintenance by Default
  • Equipment Reliability and Availability
  • Building a Maintenance Management Plan
  • Setting and Achieving Goals

Planning and Estimating

  • Construction Estimating Methods
  • Methods Time Measurement
  • The Maintenance Planning Thought Process – A common sense approach to maintenance estimates
  • Estimates Based on Past Performance
  • Improving the Accuracy of Estimates
  • Work Packages
  • Building Generic Plans
  • Solving Material Problems

Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

  • Preventive Maintenance Defined
  • Mandatory and Discretionary Preventive Maintenance
  • Prioritizing Candidates for Preventive Maintenance
  • Building Credible Preventive Maintenance Procedures
  • Sources of Generic Preventive Maintenance Procedures
  • Audits for Procedures and Programs
  • Converting Preventive to Predictive Maintenance (PDM)
  • The Spectrum of Predictive Maintenance
  • Establishing Engineering Limits

The Scheduling Process

  • Prioritizing Maintenance Work
  • Dealing with Emergencies
  • Plotting the Backlog
  • Allocation Scheduling Method
  • Priority Numbering Systems
  • Weekly and Daily Schedules

Critical Path Methods for Maintenance

  • Definitions and Conventions
  • Diagramming Methods
  • Identifying the Precedent Logic
  • Dealing with of Float (Slack)
  • Load Leveling Resources
  • Turnarounds, Shutdowns and Outages

Metrics, Indices, Reports and Graphics

  • Streamlining Data Collection
  • Metrics and Indices that Count
  • Graphically Displaying Metrics
  • Maintenance Management Reports