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Maintenance Excellence

Maintenance Excellence Learning Outcomes

Maintenance Best Practice   Maintenance & Reliability    Planning & Scheduling for Tradesmen    Planning & Scheduling for Planners

Maintenance Best Practice

1.     Discuss management motive and how maintenance best practises contribute to the attainment of business goals and objectives

2.     Describe the operating context of maintenance.

3.     Outline the history of maintenance and the evolution of maintenance strategies.

4.     Evaluate the current state of the applied maintenance strategies in our own environment.

5.     Define Maintenance Philosophy using the following terms; philosophy, culture, strategy, tactic and process.

6.     Define a framework with which to apply maintenance best practice in pursuit of maintenance excellence.

7.     Outline Governance including KPIs and Measurement.

8.     Identify improvements for a work place using results from a maintenance strategy audit (internal audit, external audit, benchmarking).

9.     Define the application of a preventive maintenance strategy. Includes: Maintenance and Operations coordination, Work Management process, Shutdown Management, Computerised Maintenance Management systems, Routine Scheduled Maintenance, Functional Integration, Essential Care and Husbandry.

10.  Prepare a justification for change. Includes: Barriers to change, justifying cost, Return on Investment, Internal Rate of Return, Net Present Value.

11.  Define the application of a predictive maintenance strategy.  Includes: OEE, Trade flexibility and Skills development, Autonomous Maintenance, RCM in overview, Condition monitoring and failure prevention in overview,

12.  Define the application of a proactive maintenance strategy.  Includes: RCA in overview, HazOp in overview, Integrated Logistics Support Planning, Renewal Planning, Life Cycle Management.

 


Maintenance and Reliability

1.     Define Reliability.

2.     Identify deterioration of plant and equipment (wear, fatigue, corrosion)

3.     Apply standards to maintenance activities (international, national, industry, corporate, site, shaft and pulley alignment, Lubrication).

4.     Calculate the permissible unbalance for a given grade and rotor weight.

5.     Outline the principles of Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM).

6.     Conduct Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis on a given equipment.

7.     Apply a structured Decision Logic to FMECA results to determine appropriate maintenance tactics.

8.     Analyse maintenance tactics as a result of decision logic (interval, packaging, methods(PdM, CM))

9.     Outline condition monitoring techniques and their application.

10.  Collect reliability and performance data for plant and equipment, analyse and report on this data.

11.  Assess risk associated with maintenance.

12.  Apply Root Cause Analysis (RCA) methods (Brainstorming, 5 Whys, Cause and Effect, Fault Tree Analysis)

13.  Outline the principle process to conducting a Hazard and Operability Study (HazOp).

 


Planning & Scheduling for Tradesmen

1.     Describe for characteristics of a maintenance business process.

2.     Identify the key elements of the Work Management business process (standardised, in control, engaged workforce, integrated across business functions, quality, proactive, higher planned to unplanned ratio).

3.     Define the sub processes to a Work Management Business process (identify and authorise, plan, schedule, execute, close out, review).

4.      Outline the key functions of a Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) as it relates to Work Management.

5.     Outline the key elements of a Work Order.

6.     Develop a scope of work for a given job.

7.     Define the sub processes to a Turnaround (Shutdown) Management Business process (initiate, Control, Project Plan, Project Schedule, Execute Project, Finalise and Review).

8.     Describe how Turnaround events support the needs of the business.

9.     Develop a work list for a turnaround event.

10.  Create a project definition and level two elements for the purpose of planning and scheduling a turnaround event.

11.  Construct a PERT Chart (identify critical path)

12.  Construct a Network Diagram (identify slack in the plan)

13.  Develop a Gantt Chart (identify resources)

 


Planning & Scheduling for Planners

1.     Describe for characteristics of a maintenance business process.

2.     Identify the key elements of the Work Management business process (standardised, in control, engaged workforce, integrated across business functions, quality, proactive, higher planned to unplanned ratio).

3.     Define the sub processes to a Work Management Business process (identify and authorise, plan, schedule, execute, close out, review).

4.      Outline the key functions of a Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) as it relates to Work Management.

5.     Outline the key elements of a Work Order.

6.     Develop a scope of work for a given job.

7.     Define the sub processes to a Turnaround (Shutdown) Management Business process (initiate, Control, Project Plan, Project Schedule, Execute Project, Finalise and Review).

8.     Describe how Turnaround events support the needs of the business.

9.     Develop a work list for a turnaround event.

10.  Create a project definition and level two elements for the purpose of planning and scheduling a turnaround event.

11.  Construct a PERT Chart (identify critical path)

12.  Construct a Network Diagram (identify slack in the plan)

13.  Develop a Gantt Chart (identify resources)

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