MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES FOR ADMIN MANAGERS

Content

 

Introduction to Advanced Maintenance

Management

  • Objectives of Maintenance Management
  • Asset Management
  • Maintenance Life Cycle
  • Common Maintenance Management Problems
  • The Maintenance Organization

Management of Maintenance Workforce

  • Leading the Maintenance Team
  • Training and Motivating the Team
  • When to Outsource Maintenance Activities
  • Management of Maintenance Contractors

Maintenance Planning and Control

  • Maintenance Work Flow Process
  • Work Planning and Work Orders
  • Spare Parts Management
  • Maintenance Initiatives
  • Replacement Analysis of Assets

Safety in Maintenance

  • Why the Concern for Safety
  • Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions
  • Safety Culture Elements

 

  • Conducting Safety Audits

Management of Maintenance

  • Maintenance Strategies
  • Overall equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • Failure Modes and Effect Analysis
  • Emergency and Preventive Maintenance
  • Common Preventive Maintenance Tasks
  • Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)

Maintenance Performance Management

  • Measuring and Evaluating Maintenance Performance
  • Common Maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Targets
  • The Maintenance Balanced Scorecard

FOR WHOM: Directors, Heads of Departments, Key Operators Supervisors, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Planners, Works Schedulers, CMMS Administrators, All Engineers & others stakeholders in the maintenance functions.

DATE: 6th – 8th July, 2022

19th – 21st December, 2022

 

Objective

To survive in today‘s world of ‗lean and mean‘s 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 an immense pressure on the maintenance department management team. In this workshop, various best practices will be presented that deliver the above objectives.

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