Introduction to Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Principles

Course Duration: 2 days | Time: 8am to 4pm | Course Locations: Lagos, Egypt

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Participants examine what world-class planning and scheduling look like in an industrial organization and the benefits they deliver. The fundamentals of both planning and scheduling are covered, including review of the core tasks and their importance.
1.Planning and Scheduling World Class Model Advantages of the Planning Process Characteristics of the Planning and Control Matrix Characteristics of the Planning and Scheduling World Class Model Characteristics of Planning and Scheduling Performance Levels Characteristics of the Potential Failure (P-F) Curve Characteristics of How Equipment Fails Characteristics of the Planning and Scheduling Workflow Model Planning and Scheduling Roles and Responsibilities Ratios of Planner, Scheduler and Supervisor to Craftsman Use and Benefit of Predictive Maintenance Technologies Material Management Impact on Planning and Scheduling
2.Planning Principles Planning Fundamentals Basic Job Plan Requirements Requirements of Basic Job Plan Writing Importance of Quantitative Preventative Maintenance Tasks Basic Job Plan Details Basic Job Plan Estimating Work Request vs. Work Order Characteristics of Work Request/Work Order Criteria
3.Scheduling Principles Criteria of Scheduling Priorities Criteria for PM Schedule Development Scheduling Fundamentals Relationship between Resource Availability and Resource Allocation
4.Planning and Scheduling Program Monitoring Successful Implementation of the Planning and Scheduling Model Quality Program Performance Measures Selection and Utilization of an Integrated CMMS System
Entry level: Maintenance Planners and Schedulers, Maintenance Managers and Supervisors, Maintenance Staff, Plant Engineers, and Operations, Storeroom and Purchasing Managers