Maintenance Management Seminar2

Joel Levitt at the Mercedes Benz training center in Vance,AL

This program is designed for all types of maintenance environments including factories, buildings, and fleets. Maintenance managers, supervisors, leads, CMMS managers, planners, engineers and people who are in training for these positions. Representatives from operations and stockrooms are also welcome for their training, perspective and input.

Our promise for this program is that your staff will have a new and deeper understanding of how to effectively manage maintenance. They will leave with specific action items which can revitalize and improve the operational efficiency of your maintenance effort.

This is a course jam-packed with ideas, strategies and implementation techniques on such topics as: when to outsource and when to in-source, how to get TPM running in a few months, how to ensure uptime, how to build a re engineering road map. Choosing and using contractors for a competitive advantage. Maximizing benefits from your CMMS. Ways to re-engineer maintenance that do not compromise safety, environmental security, or uptime.How to put together a proposal using the financial modeling techniques of top management. We offer case studies from organizations around the world, told in clear, straight-forward language, and exercises so you can apply what you learn to your own situation.

Course may also be customized for your specific needs using any of the topics from the Table of Contents of the book below. Click on the book to go to our on-line store for more information.

Some of what you will learn:
  • Ways to cut the cost of your repairs by teaching 5 planning techniques to your trades people
  • Insure uptime with Reliability Centered Maintenance
  • Use our top three TLC techniques to minimize breakdowns
  • Specific techniques for Lean Maintenance for the 21st Century
  • 16 reasons to outsource – and when not to
  • Selecting outside contractors
  • TPM: what is it, how and when to do it, and who to do it with
  • Use your CMMS to help manage operator centered maintenance activities
  • Easy road maps for maintenance budgeting and effective financial modeling
  • Compute the best intervals for component replacements and other preventive/predictive maintenance techniques

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Well-planned, properly scheduled, and effectively communicated jobs accomplish more work, more efficiently, and at a lower cost. Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Coordination focuses on and deals specifically with the preparatory tasks that lead to effective utilization and application of maintenance resources.

This comprehensive industry reference is a vital training document for planners, an educational document for those to whom planners report, and a valuable guide for those who work with the planning and scheduling function and who prefer operational excellence. Purchase here and you can get this book signed by the Author