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Routine Maintenance Optimization

Routine Maintenance Optimization

5 days
OMT/RMO
Sessions
This course is not scheduled.
Who should attend?

Audience

    • Staff involved in management and work coordination: maintenance, operation and support department.

Level

  • Proficiency
  • This course provides in-depth knowledge related to the organization, monitoring and optimization of routine maintenance.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • perform detailed preparation work,
  • identify the various roles and responsibilities involved,
  • control all aspects of routine maintenance.
Course Content

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE & MAIN OBJECTIVES

2 days

  • Types of maintenance: preventive, corrective, condition based.
  • Optimized maintenance policy requirement: budget, technical and safety goals.
  • Maintenance costs optimization: failure global costs, inefficiency costs.
  • Equipment reliability management: criticality assessment, performance monitoring and control, reliability indicators (MTBF, MTTR, etc.).
  • From notification to work completion: request, notification, emergency, preparation, planning, material, job safety analysis.
  • Cost estimate and control. Work acceptance criteria.
  • Team responsibility: maintenance, operation, safety.
  • Applications and exercises.
  • Work planning: tasks sequencing, procedures and work scheduling.
  • Resources optimization.
  • How to supervise and control works on site.

CONTRACTING

1 day

  • Purpose, efficiency conditions. How to select, supervise and control contractors.
  • Work specifications: main chapters. Different types of contracts. Bidding.
  • Safety and quality management. Contractor selection, audits, partnerships. Key performance indicators. Upgrading plans.
  • From failure management to equipment management: maintenance improvements.

ON-SITE WORKS SUPERVISION, QUALITY & SCHEDULE MANAGEMENT

2 days

  • Occupational health and safety.
  • Risks dealing with hot works, lifting, works at heights, scaffoldings, electrical, piping, high pressure cleaning, work in confined spaces.
  • Lock-out tag-out procedures.
  • Job safety analysis. Prevention plans and work permits: regulation, education, constraints. Responsibility of the personnel.
  • Personal protective equipment.
  • Quality control plan: audit, quality audits, contractor management.
  • Progress monitoring: physical progress, indicators (KPI’s), schedule and critical path. Statements and checks on site.
  • Work acceptance: use of checklists, punch lists, interfaces management with production and inspection department.
Ways & Means
  • Sharing of participants’ best practices.
  • Many practical exercises.
  • Applications and case studies dealing with routine maintenance optimization.