Certificate in Preventive and Predictive Maintenance - Virtual Learning

Course Objectives

Certificate in Preventive and Predictive Maintenance - Virtual Learning

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Develop, implement and supervise the preventive and predictive maintenance program
  • Implement the latest techniques and management styles of leading facilities and maintenance management practices
  • Optimize the effectiveness of maintenance, by using sophisticated techniques and methods, to economize time, money and resources
  • Prevent and limit equipment failures, and rework to improve the equipment's overall effectiveness and reliability
  • Decrease downtime and increase profit for their organization

Target Audience

This course is designed for all Maintenance Managers/Engineers, Supervisors and Planning Engineers. It is also suitable for those who are in operations, engineering and purchasing/materials divisions and who would like to acquire an understanding of how the quality of the maintenance function affects their department, and their organization's bottom-line.

Target Competencies

  • Develop Maintenance Programs
  • Implement Maintenance Programs
  • Optimize Maintenance Resources
  • Implement Best Practice Maintenance Techniques

Course Outline

  • Maintenance overview
    • What is maintenance?
    • Building a best in class asset register
    • Formulating the maintenance policy
    • Defining maintenance standards and allocation of resources
    • Applying maintenance strategies
  • Common issues in an organization
    • Lack of accountability
    • Resource level issues
    • Work requests with insufficient information or duplicated
    • Importance of time writing daily
    • Technical history retention
    • KPI reviews - how often and why
  • Introduction to asset management
    • ISO55000 asset management definitions
    • Assets and asset systems
    • Different stages of life cycle
    • Asset management decisions and optimization
    • Understanding objectives, cost, critical factors and risk
  • Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) set-up
    • CMMS set-up
    • Criticality assignment SCE
      • Production critical
      • Non-critical
    • Class and classification assessment and allocation
    • Defining asset register systems
      • Packages
      • Equipment assignment
    • Allocation of main work centers
    • Cost center assignment(s)
    • Bills of Material (BOMs) advantages
  • Work identification and requesting
    • Work preparation: what is required and why
    • Equipment assignment to the correct level
    • Assigning prioritization - the benefits in using prioritization
    • Best-in-class information required through Corrective Maintenance - Predictive Maintenance (CM-PM) work order(s)
    • Roles and responsibilities for work preparation
  • Work planning and estimating
    • Reviewing past history and the benefits to work planning
    • Allocation of correct resources and hours
    • Identifying materials using Bills of Material (BOMs)
    • Allocation of external resources with or without Service Level Agreements (SLA)
    • Consider building relationships between activities within work order operations
    • Pre-scheduling through criticality – prioritization
  • Work scheduling and execution
    • Preparing a rolling schedule - What needs to be considered
    • Aligning activities including input from other departments and any pre or post work
    • Leveling/smoothing of resources through resource center availability
    • Dates and priorities how they impact scheduling
    • Creating and agreeing the schedule for the next 7 to 14 days meetings
    • Importance of publishing the 7-day scheduled activities
    • 30, 60 and 90-day schedule look-ahead meetings
    • Time-writing daily and why it improves scheduling control
    • Handling emergent work and the impact to the schedule
    • Considering Extra Ordinary Maintenance (EOM) to control corrective maintenance high expenditure
    • Standard routine procedure instruction(s)
    • Toolbox talk
    • Importance of auditing work execution
  • Quality feedback reporting
    • Benefits of feedback forms and technical history retention
    • Technical history review and sign off
    • Retention of technical history - The importance to future work preparation
    • Meeting reviews - What went well and where improvements can be made
  • Completion and work control
    • Updating the future maintenance plans(s) and asset register through technical history feedback
    • Review of estimated versus planned versus actual costs
    • Review of man-hours expended versus estimated
    • Material usage - Question were any materials not used returned to stock?
    • Correctly signing off work order/work request through the CMMS system
  • Data analysis techniques
    • Forecasting man hours, material allocation and Service Level Agreements (SLA)
    • Identification of bad actors through the CMMS system
    • Expenditure reporting
    • PM compliance reporting
    • Schedule compliance reporting
    • CM backlog reporting
    • Reporting generic materials ordered
    • Unscheduled fill-in work
    • Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
  • Maintenance replacement decisions
    • Component replacement procedures
    • Age-based replacement policy
    • Analysis of component failure data
    • Using Weibull parameters
    • Life-cycle costing
  • Downtime reduction
    • Tracking downtime
    • Personnel training
    • Importance of feedback from employees
    • Outsourcing considerations
    • Considering using Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • Performance reporting
    • Primary reporting Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
    • Secondary reporting KPIs
    • Leading and lagging KPIs
  • Root Cause Analysis
    • Apollo Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
    • Combining Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and RCA together
    • Gathering data and evidence using class and characteristics
    • 5 Why Process
      • Cause and effect chart
      • Fishbone analysis
      • Line of sight
    • Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Action plan
    • Management of Change (MOC) process
    • Continuous Improvement (CI) techniques

Per participant

USD 2,950

Fees + VAT as applicable

Tax Registration Number : 100239834300003

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