At SPECS, Maintenance planning and management involves developing, implementing and managing the maintenance requirements, concept, and detailed procedures for a system. This includes who performs the required maintenance tasks and where tasks will be accomplished. It includes identifying all the resources and funding needed to develop and implement the maintenance plan.
In the journey towards reliability, Work Management processes and Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) are intricately connected. As organizations mature in their work planning, material planning becomes essential to successful Maintenance operations, enabling the work to be executed with the right tools in the right place at the right time.
Planning the maintenance of a plant and piping system involves monitoring this assets closely or equipment conditions to determine when work is due in the short, medium, and long term. Decisions in maintenance planning are based on the availability of tools, labor, and repair locations. Efficiencies are achieved by scheduling work to make maximum use of resources when maintenance is required.
- Define the client environment – work identification, approval, prioritization
- Differentiate between reactive, preventive and predictive maintenance work
- Properly measure work in order to create effective job plans
- Discover kitting and inventory control best practices
- Use metrics to measure performance, total cost of materials, PM compliance, schedule compliance, backlog, efficiency and labor utilization
- Draft Maintenance Planning and Scheduling and MRO Management objectives and targets to achieve reliability goals
At SPECS, we believe that “People cannot be more productive than the system they work in allows them to be.”
That is why you should contact us today at SPECS to improve the standard of the Management Maintenance Planing Practice at your work place.