MODULE THREE : MAINTANANCE MANAGEMENT


Price:                                        2000  USD
Duration:                                 5 Days
Timings:                                   Flexible

Course Overview

What are the Goals?

  • Discuss & learn the practical application of these best practices, through case studies & exercises. Understand the range of technical & human risks associated with asset management & how they can be mitigated.
  • Develop an action plan to utilize these technologies in their own areas of responsibility, fitting them into the overall asset management strategy, and measuring benefits.
  • Understand how to draw up a preventive maintenance concept, based on risk
  • Develop strategies to decide when and what to outsource
  • Understand the different contract types
  • To instruct Maintenance Management optimization best practice techniques
  • To provide opportunities to discuss the application of these best practices
  • Provide an opportunity to learn these concepts through practical exercises

Who is this Course for?

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit professionals in different branches who are involved in any aspect of asset management, facility management, and Maintenance Management.

  • Project, Design & Maintenance Management
  • Maintenance & Reliability Engineering
  • Operations
  • Technical & Quality Support
  • Consulting
  • Professionals who are responsible for the management, operation and maintenance of facilities (buildings, production facilities, utilities, power and water distributions networks landscaping, etc.)
  • Professionals aiming to update themselves on the basic elements, best practices and implementation aspects of facilities management.
  • It is highly recommended that all Maintenance, Reliability, Engineering and technical support staff including leadership and management.

The Course Content

Day One: An Overview of Key Maintenance Work Processes

  • Introduction to Maintenance Management
  • Definitions of key terms
  • Types of Maintenance - Reactive, planned and improvement jobs, Preventive and Proactive

Day Two: Maintenance Management Systems

  • Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
  • Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
  • Developing Maintenance Key Performance Indicators

Day Three: Preventive Maintenance and Maintenance Strategy

  • Maintenance Organization Structure and Policies
  • Developing and Implementing a Preventive Maintenance Program
  • Applying Reliability Based principles to Maintenance Strategy Development

Day Four: Maintenance Logistics and Cost Control

  • Managing Maintenance Spare Parts and Logistics
  • Optimizing Spare Parts Inventory Levels
  • Maintenance Budgeting
  • Controlling Maintenance Costs
  • Introduction to Life Cycle Cost Concepts

Day Five: Maintenance Team Work

  • Engineering, Production & Maintenance Teams
  • Benefits of Integrated teams
  • Motivation and empowerment
  • Total Productive Maintenance Concepts
  • Implementing Team Based Continuous Improvement in Maintenance

 

Career Path

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit professionals in different branches who are involved in any aspect of asset management, facility management, and Maintenance Management.

  • Project, Design & Maintenance Management
  • Maintenance & Reliability Engineering
  • Operations
  • Technical & Quality Support
  • Consulting