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Start Date : 23 Sep,2024
End Date   : 27 Sep,2024
Duration    : 5 Days
Price          : $ 4,950 ( SAR 18,562.50 )



The maintenance of physical assets can no longer be treated just as a ‘maintenance problem’. The competitive environment in which business operates requires an approach that integrates the operational objectives of the business and the life-cycle objectives of the physical assets. 

Our highly interactive Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Work Control training course is designed to provide management and staff with essential maintenance management skills, gain a clear understanding of their roles, and work more effectively within a team environment. 


Course Objectives: 

  • Understand maintenance as a key business function 

  • Understand the objectives and purpose of pro-active failure management 

  • Learn how reliability influences not only plant output, but also improves health, safety and environmental performance, resource optimisation and cost improvement 

  • Identify planning and scheduling best practices and how these will contribute to work quality and reliability improvement 

  • Create and preserve forward work and use it for planning and scheduling resources 

  • Use suitable performance indicators and management reports to perform regular analysis of maintenance performance, control maintenance resources and costs, and drive continuous improvement 


Course Content: 

1. Modern Maintenance Management Practice in Perspective  

  • Maintenance in the Business Process 

  • Evolution in Maintenance Management 

  • Reactive vs. Proactive Maintenance 

  • World-Class Maintenance Management 


2. Maintenance Policies and Logistics Planning       

  • Equipment Classification and Identification 

  • Document Identification and Classification 

  • Maintenance Management Policies 

  • Maintenance Work Prioritisation 

  • Maintenance Logistics Planning 


3. Failure Management Programme Development   

  • Failure Modes, Effects and Consequences (FMEA) 

  • Failure Management Policies 

  • Application of RCM in the Development of Failure Management Policies 

  • Implementing Failure Management Policies 

  • Corrective Maintenance Planning 

  • Logistic Requirements Planning 


4. Work Scheduling and Control  

  • Development of Weekly Master Schedule 

  • Determine Resource Availability 

  • Determine Equipment Outage Requirement 

  • Management of the Forward Workload (Backlog) 

  • Weekly Master Schedule Implementation 


5. Performance Measurement, Reporting and Analysis  

  • Information and Control 

  • Management Levels and Information 

  • Performance Indicators 

  • Workload Performance Indicators 

  • Planning Performance Indicators 

  • Effectiveness Performance Indicators 

  • Cost Performance Indicators 

  • Management Reports 



Targeted Audience: 

  • Maintenance and Operations Professionals 

  • Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors 

  • Maintenance Planners, Schedulers and Work Preparers 

  • Operations Supervisors 

  • Other stakeholders in the Maintenance Function 

Effective Maintenance Planning Scheduling and Work Control

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