In the previous training you learned how to find your workflows and your processes in order to get a standardized way to work. Thanks to that, you’ll now be able to measure your maintenance. In this course, we will discuss how you can improve your maintenance and how to set up goals. We will start with the European standard and best practice for how to plan work orders, but you’ll also learn how to handle unplanned events. Everything is designed for you to get full control of your maintenance.
The training will start with how to handle the activities that needs to be planned, from a preventive maintenance that is recurrent every month, to maintenance interventions that requires production stop (how, when, resources, parts, etc.).
We will also go through how you can plan for events that isn’t plannable. It could be events like unpredicted stop in a machine (is the machine prioritized? Do we need to contact a manager? How do we make sure that we have a follow up?), or an accident (who should we contact? Insurance company? Family? Follow up?). With the knowledge that you have prepared activities that needs to be performed if something unexpected happens, you are in control.
So, once you know how to handle all your activities, we will discuss how to set up goals for your maintenance. To help you get started, we will use the example of the goal to decrease the immediate corrective maintenance, and increase the preventive maintenance. Together we will discuss the steps that we need to take in order to reach our goal so that when you get home, you’ll be able to apply your new knowledge to any goal that you might have. And MaintMaster can be the support that you need for visualization
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You can cancel your booked places up to 6 business days before the start date. If canceled later, or if a booked person is not present on the whole course, 50% of the normal fare will be charged.
This also applies to bookings where a training package is used.
Of course you can hand over your place to a colleague at no extra charge!