Are you reliant on machinery that is increasingly being pushed to meet higher production targets, or becoming increasingly unreliable or costly to run? Are you trying to drive Continuous Improvement but not sure where to start?

Course Abstract:
The course examines the need for setting a starting point for Continuous Improvement, establishing reliable and useful readings of performance. What can and does go wrong. Defining and addressing failure and establishing practical reviews. The course includes…

Measures that matter

Targeting Improvement

  • Key Performance Indicators
  • SMART Targets
  • Overall Equipment Effectiveness

What can and does go wrong

  • A Functional approach
  • The Whys and How’s of failure
  • System failures
  • Asset/machine failures

Driving Improvement

  • Making the financial case for time/resource
  • Focus on what matters
  • Breakdowns and what we can learn from them
  • How things fail and Why they fail
  • Root Cause Analysis

Planned Maintenance – aims and objectives

  • Standardisation
  • Content Development
  • Format
  • Setting up PM review programmes

Target Audience:
Engineering/Maintenance Managers, supervisors/planners, SME Directors with machine assets.

Course Outcomes:
An understanding of Maintenance Continuous Improvement techniques that reflect maintenance/production shared goals. Knowing what can and does go wrong and how to address the Root Causes of the problem to address and eliminate recurrence. An appreciation of best practice Planned Maintenance content management, reviews and improvements.

Duration: 2 Day

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