Intermediate Planning & Scheduling
Manage the life cycle of work from work identification to work order closing.
This course provides the tools to build effective, repeatable procedures for PMs, job plans, lubrication procedures, operator check lists, and operational procedures. In addition to using job mapping as a method to develop effective work procedures, attendees will learn the three levels of procedures and what each level should include. As a result, they will be able to develop inspection procedures to ensure repeatability between craft personnel to remove the variability of results and promote productivity. Additionally, the individual roles of the Planning and Scheduling Work Team are clarified, which leads to improvements in all elements of the Work Management System.
During the in-class time, you will learn:
How to develop job maps as a method to build effective work procedures
The steps to ensure repeatability in inspections and other work
How to create effective procedures for PMs, job plans, lubrication procedures, operator check lists, and operational procedures
How to effectively identify and prioritize work
Strategies to reduce time to effectively plan work
To efficiently utilize maintenance labor
How to calculate and manage backlog
How to perform equipment walk downs and develop job scope
How to schedule routine daily and weekly maintenance tasks
The importance of developing better work procedures that can be used for knowledge transfer as skilled workforce reaches retirement age
Who Will Join You?
Maintenance Planners, Maintenance Supervisors, Operations/Production Coordinators, Reliability Engineers, and Maintenance Managers wishing to gain a comprehensive understanding of best practices of planning and scheduling as well as detailed work procedure development.
Allied Reliability is recognized by the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) as an approved provider of continuing education and training aligned with key subject areas related to reliability and physical asset management. Approved courses are identified on the individual event pages.
Allied Reliability is a recognized training partner of the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC). This course qualifies for 2.4 CEUs and is approved for course credit towards the Reliability and Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC).
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