About this course
This course is highly practical and explains the fundamental principles and processes of an effective maintenance system in straightforward language. It also emphasises the important roles of the artisans and technicians to ensure success and support the company-wide roll-out of maintenance management.
This course is aimed at the frontline maintenance staff (artisans, technicians, assistants and operators) to explain to them what good maintenance look like, how all the maintenance activities are linked to each other and their role in this process. It uses practical examples and real life scenarios to explain the basic concepts and principles.
For best results, it should be presented in-house, customised with site-specific examples, objectives and the results of a recent maintenance maturity assessments.
Describe what “good maintenance” looks like
Explain the benefits of good maintenance practices for the company and themselves
Describe the work order cycle and the role of everyone in it
Explain the importance of giving complete and correct feedback on work orders
Explain the negative effects of breakdowns and reactive maintenance
Explain the difference between normal wear and tear of components and “forced deterioration”
Describe the maintenance tactics and when each one should be used
Explain what they can do to solve some of the spare part problems on site
Explain the PDCA cycle and how they should use KPIs to drive improvement
Explain the steps in root cause analysis and when RCA should be applied
Note: For best effect, the course content should be customised with company-specific examples and conditions
Who should attend?
- Maintenance artisans
- Maintenance technicians
- Maintenance apprentices
- Production technicians
- Production operators
Format and duration
- 1-day face-to-face facilitates training
- 8 notional hours
- Model of maintenance activities
- Handout of the key learning points