Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Masterclass @ Kuala Lumpur & Jakarta 2010

Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Masterclass @ Kuala Lumpur & Jakarta 2010 from Kexxel Group

By: Kexxel Group  19-08-2010
Keywords: Education & Training Services, Project Management, Human Resource

Facilitated by, The World Leading Authority and Author: Doc Palmer

11th-12th October 2010 @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

14th-15th October 2010 @ Jakarta, Indonesia

Kexxel Group is currently inviting Maintenance professionals who are in-charge of planning & scheduling in Asia to come to this international Masterclass.


The aim of this masterclass is to dramatically improve the productivity of maintenance. For example, a group of 30 maintenance technicians should be performing the work of 47 persons when aided by a single planner.

Why you should attend

Maintenance planning and scheduling should dramatically improve the productivity of maintenance. For example, a group of 30 maintenance technicians should be performing the work of 47 persons when aided by a single planner. Yet most maintenance organizations do not have a planning function and most that do are frustrated. Doc Palmer, author of McGraw-Hill's Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Handbook, reviews the fundamentals and then provides class exercises to illustrate the principles and techniques to achieve success. This Planner/Schedulercourse not only covers the theory and vision, but the nuts and bolts of how planning and scheduling work.


Day 1 Course Agenda

INTRODUCTION

The class begins with an appreciation for each participant and their background with respect to maintenance planning and expectations. World class planning typically takes a sharp departure from previous experiences and the stage is set for a remarkable class on changing current mindsets and practices to take our maintenance to the next level.

Session 1: The Business Case for Planning and Scheduling

Session 2: Principles and Concepts of Effective Planning

Session 3: Principles and Concepts of Effective Scheduling

Session 4: Handling Reactive Maintenance

Session 5: Issues of Quality versus Productivity and Empowerment

Session 6: Integrating Proactive Maintenance Activities: Preventive, Predictive, Projects

Session 7: Integration of Planning within other Aspects of Plant Operation

Session 8: The Work Order System and Effective Workflow

Day 2 Course Agenda

INTRODUCTION

After a brief review of the preceding day’s lessons, the class is ready on the second day to put the principles into practice by creating job plans and schedules.

Session 1: Planning

Session 2: Scheduling

Session 3: Materials Management Interaction including Staging or Kitting

Session 4: Measuring Work and Performance – Metrics and Key Performance Indicators

Session 5: Computerized Maintenance Management System

Session 6: Establishing and Mining Equipment History

Session 7: Shutdown Planning

Session 8: Session 8: Barriers and Aids Analysis to Establish and Maintain Effective Planning and Scheduling

Session 9: Resources for Planning and Scheduling


For more information about the event and how to register. Kindly send your inquiries to [email protected] or visit www.kexxel.com

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